Frankfurt is a global leader in commercial, industrial, and high technology trade. As a leading conference destination, its a metropolis with a diverse population and culture. Dubbed the gateway to Europe, this multi-faceted cosmopolitan embraces the largest pool of Afro-Germans and has a stong LGBTQIA presence. Further, it has been accredited with procuring a major stock exchange, housing the 12th largest financial and securities center in the world. With such a vast array of resources, Frankfurt has proven to become an innovative force in the realm of environmental development and implementation. Largely due to its infrastructure and transport connectivity.
The Lindley Lindenberg in Frankfurt offers guests a very unique and special experience. The hotel offers options ranging from short, mid, and long-term stay. Studio Aberia decorated the rooms with over 500 pieces of contemporary artwork. Breakfast and baked goods are also offered by the hotel. There are many great amenities aiding in creating a communal feel, with a 25-minute walk to the city center. If you’re not in the mood for a stroll, the local tram station is just a few blocks away. Additionally, the property is loaded with tons of green spaces sprinkled throughout, a fitness facility, and boast motion censored hallway lighting, making it one of the energy-efficient lodges in the neighborhood.
The Guided Tour
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Frankfurt offers many different museums that attest to the modern culture of the city. One of these was the MOMEM Museum. This museum highlighted techno music and the contributions of artists to the field. Showcasing a multitude of individual artists and DJ’s allowed for a more cohesive showing of international technological music. The celebration of the art was culminated in the showing of the past and present of electronic music and the intersection of club music and modern life.
On weather-allowing days, the Main Tower in Frankfurt offers the best views of the city. The 56 story skyscraper illuminated the best views in the city. The main tower also had dining and art areas and offerings adding the modern and contemporary air of Frankfurt.
David Jones, a former employee of Bank of America, provided us with valuable insights on eco-conscious establishments. These places focused on quality goods that would last a lifetime.
Frankfurt is a culinary paradise, reflecting the diversity of the city’s population, there is never a dull bite.
On our final night, we visited the original and authentic Curry Club. Our taste buds were thirsty for spices and the establishment was delivered effortlessly.
We finished our meal and went to the Sofitel Frankfurt Opera. This nicely designed hotel bar seemed to house some of the town’s socialites. Everybody was lovely and dressed to impress.
Following the recommendation of our guide, we welcomed an Uber to the most prestigious appointment in Frankfurt – Roomers Bar. After a short wait, we got access to this chic salon.
In the late hours, we fist-pumped to EDMs’ hottest hits. And consider our discoveries as to what makes this town and Germany so special. They are steadfastly committed to reducing their carbon footprint one step at a time.
Visitors Center at the Stock Exchange