The purchase price was not disclosed. However, we already know that it was the largest deal in the hotel market Frankfurt in 2015.
JLL acted as Advisor Kildare European Partners in the transaction for the sale of Le Méridien Parkhotel Frankfurt for 297 rooms German real estate investor Invest Real Estate Art.
The prestigious Le Méridien Parkhotel Frankfurt, which opened in 1905 and extended in 1970, now has 297 rooms of different categories, a restaurant, bar, conference facilities, fitness, Spa area and Parking. The facility is located in immediate proximity from the main train station of Frankfurt and the river main; easy access to business and exhibition centers of the city and the airport. Continue reading
24 September, the year of the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie, Grand Hotel Europe presents a wine dinner with the chef of the famous writer trains Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and the house wine “Baron Philippe de Rothschild”, the credo of which is to produce the best wines in the world in any category.
Evening in the restaurant “Europe” will recreate the atmosphere of an aristocratic continental train travel vintage “Orient Express”, shrouded in mystery and intrigue, which comfortably traveled writers, statesmen and monarchs of the twentieth century. To bladams menu matched pair a unique wine Baron Philippe de Rothschild that by the glass it is possible to try only here.
The dinner menu has developed a creative Duo: the chef of Grand Hotel Europe Ian Minnis and Christian Bodiguel, a Frenchman who for 30 years headed the kitchen of the legendary luxury train with three dining cars. A menu with six changes amounted to French cuisine, famous for the diversity and sophistication of sauces. Continue reading
There are plenty of places where important historical events. And among these places there are hotels, which was signed historical documents, created the world famous literary works, written pattern, in General, there was a History of the human race.
So, our current rating on historical hotels.
1. Ritz Paris 5* (Paris , France )
In the early nineteenth century architect Charles Ili was rebuilt to a hotel in one of the houses. Ritz was the first hotel in the world, each room of which was fitted with a bath. The kitchen at the hotel answered the legendary chef Auguste Escoffier.
At various times it has welcomed such celebrities as Edward VII, Reza Shah Pahlavi, Charlie Chaplin, Greta Garbo, Frederic Chopin, Scott Fitzgerald, Marlene Dietrich and sir Elton John. In honor of some well-known guests have been named the most luxurious rooms. The hotel bar is actually the name of one of the regulars at the Ritz – Ernest Hemingway. It is here held its last night of Princess Diana and Coco Chanel lived at the Ritz for 30 years and died in this hotel. Continue reading