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New hotel tower at Frankfurt Airport is planned - the b'mine hotel is proposed in the Gateway Gardens district

In the Gateway Gardens development area at Frankfurt Airport, the 13-storey b’mine Hotel will rise including a special feature: hotel guests can drive their vehicle almost directly to their own room thanks to a “CarLift”.

The features and furnishing of all 241 rooms have an overall visual, haptic and acoustic concept, which originates from the Berlin-based studio Neikes Architekturen. The rooms are designed with curtains as a retreat with “cocooning” feeling.

The special car lifts transport the car directly in front of one of the 40 CarLoft rooms, where electric cars can also be charged. The search for a free parking space and a charging station is now eliminated. The CarLoft concept has already been implemented by project developers in other properties. With the b’mine Hotels, for the first time hotel guests can enjoy the barrier-free and comfortable CarLoggias, as the parking areas in front of the rooms are called.

Further highlights of the b’mine Hotel Frankfurt include the generous rooftop with first-class gastronomy as well as the modern event rooms overlooking the runway of Frankfurt Airport. This offer makes the hotel attractive not only to guests, but also to local visitors and businesses.

b'mine Frankfurt Flughafen - bmine Gateway Gardens

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