Steigenberger renovating 4 hotels

Steigenberger Hotel Group, Frankfurt, Germany, revealed on Tuesday details of renovation plans for four of its hotels in Germany in the cities of Bad Neuenahr, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt:

  • Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, located in Frankfurt is finishing the renovation of its rooms, set for completion at the end of this year and the installation of a new spa just under 1,000 sq m (35,314 sq ft) in size, designed by Peter Silling & Associates from Cologne in conjunction with Berlin-based company GOCO Europe and to be completed by January 2013, for a cost of €30 million (US$39 million).
  • Steigenberger Parkhotel in Düsseldorf has been undergoing extensive renovations since March 2011 while still remaining open for business with €10 million (US$13 million) being invested in the redesign of the hotel’s restaurants, bar and public areas and in the renovation of the rooms themselves. Work on 94 guestrooms has already been completed. The entire renovation is set for completion in August.
  • Steigenberger Hotel Bad Neuenahr has undergone extensive renovations of its bar, lobby and reception areas. The whole of the redesign concept is in keeping with the prevailing style of the late nineteenth century and features aspects such as high ceilings, stucco decorations, chandeliers, dark shades of wood combined with strong colors such as red and golden yellow and luxurious carpets. The “Belle Époque” Bar has also had its original ceiling height of nearly 5 m (16 ft) restored as part of the renovation works. The overall design is the result of a collaboration between Ilka Heidrich from “architektur design” and Michael Schicker, head of interior design at the Steigenberger Hotel Group. Following the renovation of the hotel’s West Wing and the entrance area, the plan now is to continue with modernization works to the restaurant and further rooms in the central block of the hotel.
  • The guest rooms in the three wings of the main building at the Steigenberger Airport Hotel Frankfurt are being redesigned. The first remodeling phase took place at the end of January when 84 superior rooms were renovated and ten new board rooms created. Two further wings of the main building will be modernized over the course of the next two years. All the restructuring works to the hotel will be completed by the middle of 2013.