Set in a twentyfour-acre park, the hotel has breathtaking views of Frankfurt, but feels worlds away.
The Villa Rothschild Kempinski, just twenty minutes from Frankfurt in the leafy Taunus region, is set in a
24-acre park. A true boutique hotel, it was once the summer residence of Wilhelm Carl von Rothschild, the founder
of Naples' famous banking family. Today, it counts as one of the country’s finest historic hotels and has a loyal
following, particularly amongst foodies. The Michelin–starred Restaurant Villa Rothschild is world renowned for
French-Mediterranean cuisine that is served in an airy pavilion, which extends onto an al fresco terrace during the
summer months. The wood-paneled Tizian’s bar, a favorite for aperitifs, has views of the Rhein-Main area and the
historic castle of Kronberg, and like the rest of this wonderful property, feels worlds away.
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