Marriott to open Bonn property

Marriott to open Bonn property

Situated on the banks of the Rhine, the Marriott Bonn World Conference Hotel is scheduled to open its doors to guests at the end of the month.

With 17 floors, 336 rooms including 30 suites, two presidential suites and an array of modern facilities, the hotel is one of the largest in Germany and boasts a roof-top restaurant, fitness centre, spa and indoor pool.

Designed to cater to both business and leisure guests, the 19,000m2 hotel is perfectly located for both the bustling business district and the fantastic bars, restaurants and famous museums the city is renowned for.

The hotel’s interiors have been inspired by the rich history of the Bonn Republic and boast fresh, modern design with images of famous figures from the city’s political past decorating each floor.

The highlight of the hotel is the exceptional 17th floor restaurant and bar, Konrad’s, where chef de cuisine Alexander Stadler indulges guests with culinary delicacies inspired by the different regions of Germany. Named after the German Federal Republic’s first Chancellor, Konrad Adenauer, the bar and restaurant feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering visitors pan

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In addition to the stunning views, gastronomic delights and beautiful interiors, the hotel also offers 662m2 of fantastic conference and banquet space including three private dining areas on the top floor of the hotel, for creative exchanges, private events and meetings.

Within the new hotel is a 1500m2 spa built around historic Roman remains that are integrated into the space itself. The spa will offer an extensive treatment menu, allowing guests to pamper themselves with tailor-made therapies, as well as having access to the indoor pool and fitness centre.

Marriott Hotels is on a transformational journey to enable its guests to Travel Brilliantly. Guests and travel enthusiasts can visit www.travelbrilliantly.com to experience the countless ways Marriott Hotels continues to meet the needs of today’s travellers. In addition to mobile check-in, checkout, room ready alerts and Mobile Requests, Marriott Hotels is piloting keyless entry with mobile devices at select properties.