A place where fantasy soars and creativity is perpetually stimulated. The epiphany of burlesque elegance amidst the pulsating life of Frankfurt metropolis. Whether it’s the 116 Rooms and Suites, the swanky Restaurant, the award-winning Bar or the innovative Spa area – it’s always alluring to frolic from dusk ‘til dawn in Roomers.
Gutleutstrasse 85, Frankfurt am Main
+49 69 2713420
The Roomers Hotel in Baden-Baden opened its doors in October 2016. The new luxury hotel will boast over 130 spacious rooms and suites, banquet and conference rooms and a spa. The restaurant moriki and bar on the ground floor lead out on to a patio. The top, fifth floor will have a panorama view of the city and the Festspielhaus and will house a Rooftopbar with garden, outdoor pool and sun deck.
Lange Strasse 100, Baden-Baden
In addition to the second Roomers in Baden-Baden, the third Roomers in Munich opened its doors in September 2017. Close to the Theresienwiese, at Westend, the newest Roomers has 280 rooms and suites, a Japanese restaurant IZAKAYA, a bar, meeting and event space for up to 300 guests as well as a large spa area.
Landsberger Strasse 68, München
About Roomers Brand
Each Roomers is unique. It has its own look. Its own scene. Its own impeccable approach to service. More than that, each Roomers is uniquely suited to its city. It reflects the life there. And the people. It captures their tastes and satisfies their desires. It answers the wishes that they have not yet wished.
And yet, there are elements that tie all our hotels together. Roomers hotels are: Electric. Hedonistic. Sexy. Sensual. Luxurious. Glamorous. They embrace pleasure in all shapes and sizes. Roomers hotels embrace a love of life. And the passion to share it.
The Roomers brand is part of the Gekko Group – an exquisite collection of real estate, hotels, restaurants, bars, and event spaces. The Gekko Group is led passionately by Alex Urseanu & Micky Rosen and keeps continuously expanding to other vibrating European cities. They were awarded to “Hoteliers of the year 2018” by AHGZ and dfv Media Group.
Roomers and Provocateur are always looking for creative, dedicated and motivated employees who want to work in one of the most unique hotels in Germany.
You are an open communicative person and enjoy working with people? Then you are our perfect host! We are looking for employees who want to become part of the big Gekko Family and for whom an unrestricted hospitality comes from the heart.
You want to become part of our team? We look forward to receiving your application.
The men behind
“Rosen and Urseanu show how luxury can be interpreted in a modern way, without losing the lightness of being, combining hotel business with impressive bar concepts and innovative gastronomy, creating inspirational meeting spots as you can find them in the larger cities of the world.”
jury chairman “Hoteliers of the year” and editor-in-chief of AHGZ
Micky Rosen is a true Frankfurter. He was born in the city and raised by two parents who both worked in gastronomy in Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel. Thus, it is no wonder he maintains such a close relationship to the city today. After completing his Baccalaureate, he began studying to become a hotelier at the Intercontentinal Hotel, which is located just minutes away the Roomers today. He was always multitalented — having a gift for organizing events, weddings, and bar mitzvahs. He even sang in a band. “It was always clear to me that I would stay in this industry, but I wanted to branch out on my own,” he recalls.
Over the next six years, Micky managed five hotels in Frankfurt. Then, he got the chance to go out on his own with two hotels. True to his skills as an event planner, he bought and furnished his first serviced apartments, calling it Room Organization Service. He took over the facility management for the Dresdner Bank and not long after, came his first project with Alex Urseanu. That was the beginning of the Gekko Group. As a trained restauranteur, a passionate host, and businessman, Micky has made a unique and lasting impression on Frankfurt and the world around him.
Alex Urseanu came into the world in the city of Bucharest. Just months later, his mother moved with him to Israel, then three years later they moved again to Berlin, and finally ended up in Frankfurt. Just like his business partner Micky, Alex has been in the hospitality industry since childhood. After completing his Baccalaureate, he began studying law. His studies didn’t last long though, as he had just opened his first restaurant. During this time working for himself, he also managed to complete his formal training at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel.
In the mid-90s, after selling his café, Alex left for Tel Aviv where he worked at the Sheraton Hotel. When he returned to Frankfurt, he was certain of his decision to become an independent hotelier. His next step was to open a chain of 13 shops selling fashion and gifts. And by 2001, he felt he was ready and together with Micky, they hatched their first plans. Everyone called them crazy because they decided on a building in Frankfurt’s Bahnhofsviertel district. But today, the well-known Bristol Hotel stands there. Alex is an absolute lover of life. He says, “At the end, it’s all about life, love and passion — and the pleasure of sharing these together.”