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, 60329 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, 76530 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 281 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, 80339 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.
About Roomers Frankfurt
„If you’ve heard the rumors that Frankfurt is a hip place with great wieners and a big airport, then yes those are correct but the unseen pulse of this city lies in Roomers Hotel.
When you enter the door to Roomers, you’ll immediately feel that rushing sensation, that inner voice that says, This is good. Don’t leave this place. Stepping in is a bit like crossing the wardrobe into Narnia, mystical, hair-raisingly beautiful, and worlds apart from where you came.
With 116 exquisite minimalistic chic design rooms, the service is impeccable. Add the spa to the mix and guests will truly lose their sense of being. In effect, supremely superior of the state of well-being.
At the end of the day, despite the shamanistic clarity you may be feeling from your spa experience, chances are you’ll still be thirsty. So head to the bar (not to mention the winner of Best Hotel Bar 2016) that sexy burlesque space for a Devil’s Advocate (tea-infused Campari, Belvedere vodka, lemon juice, runny honey, Roomers tea blend) and surely, you’ll soon reach Nirvana.
Here you simply lose yourself. You somehow feel as though effortlessly floating through space and lack of time, relaxed and beautiful.“
Courtney Lochner, Société Perrier
the story about the men behind
“Doing everything with love, ease and passion“, as well as with “authenticity and courage“, enabled the Gekko-Boys Micky Rosen and Alex Urseanu to realize groundbreaking hotel and gastronomy projects in Germany while reinventing hospitality at the same time.
That is why they don’t see themselves as classic hoteliers, but rather as allround hosts, who worked their way up together and who still regard the personal contact to all employees as very important. While having a quite similar professional background, the two of them complement each other perfectly: Micky has the eye for fashion, lifestyle, and design. Alex on the contrary is good with numbers and the one who immediately spreads his enthusiasm for all houses to the people surrounding him.
Where we come from
The first corporate hotel project was decided with one eye contact and intuitively only: In the infamous area around the main station of Frankfurt’s banking metropolis, Micky and Alex reopened the old Rema Hotel as Bristol Hotel, which was Frankfurt’s first lifestyle hotel.
Against in many places existing doubts, they were very successful with this reopening and therewith the first cool hotel was created, which is still a favored place of locals to meet for having a party. The Design Hotels The Pure, Gerbermühle, and Roomers followed as further successes.
There are more project planned.