In 2015, World Travel Awards named Schlosshotel Kronberg ‘Germany’s leading resort hotel’ for the fifth time. It’s not hard to see why. A former home of Empress Victoria Friedrich, the hotel is set in 58 hectares of parkland and includes many original antiques, plus paintings by Rubens, Titian and Gainsborough. Today, these are complemented by exceptional facilities and exemplary service.
Recent updates have added to the hotel’s contemporary comfort while retaining its authentic feel. Whether you’re standing in the grandiose entrance hall with its imposing fireplace or taking afternoon tea in Empress Victoria’s library, you can’t miss the sense of history. And this continues when you’re dining in the highly acclaimed Castle Restaurant.
Schlosshotel Kronberg’s promximity to Frankfurt means sampling the cultural delights of the city couldn’t be simpler. But if you’re looking for something on a smaller scale, investigate the quaint town of Kronberg, with its half-timbered houses, narrow streets and fortress.