Villa KennedyFrankfurt, Germany. Kennedyallee 70
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She walked down the street proudly, displaying perfect posture. Her shoes rhythmically clicked on the pavement as her steps accented the minuet playing in her mind. The Speyer family was known to have loved music and in this regard frequently held concerts in their home. They had engaged the talents of musical virtuosos, including composer Richard Strauss and German cellist Hugo Becker. This was the legacy of the great Villa Speyer, the family home that provided the core of her hotel. Villa Speyer had been transformed into Villa Kennedy, a hotel whose history brought the best of the past to life. The grandeur evident in the villa’s architectural presentation paid tribute to President John F. Kennedy’s 1963’s visit to Germany, and was reminiscent of a time when people were united in enthusiastic anticipation of a bright future. She entered the hotel and the sense of music came alive. She looked about and thought she felt the vibration of the piano’s chords below her feet. She imagined the full deep sound of the cello and it brought tears to her eyes. Here the imprint of the past was evidenced in the ambiance of today. She was in awe of being in Frankfurt at such a place as this, for at this moment, her memories, hopes, and dreams were coming alive.Read More Read Less
Once a grand family home, Villa Kennedy is now the embodiment of a modern Frankfurt. Built in 1901, the hotel was renamed in honour of President John F Kennedy's visit in 1963. Villa Kennedy offers contemporary rooms, fine dining, a four-level spa with a swimming pool and more. Located a short stroll from Museum Embankment and River Main, the hotel is a welcome escape from the busy city streets.
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- VIP status upon arrival and Complimentary entry to the hotel’s Villa SPA.
- SUITE BOOKINGS RECEIVE:
- Signature Cocktail at the hotel’s JFK Bar. The Rocco Forte Suite Experience (includes full breakfast, in-room check-in, pay TV included, packing and unpacking service, pressing on day of arrival (one piece), daily newspaper, daily fresh up treatment, flowers in room)