Andreas Schnürer is the new General Manager of 25hours Hotel by Levi's in the Bahnhofsviertel and The Goldman in Frankfurt's Ostend
This means Schnürer follows in the footsteps of Nils Jansen, who had managed the two hotels for the past four years and is now moving to Cologne to work as GM for the new 25hours Hotel The Circle. Andreas also comes from the 25hours family: he was previously Senior Sales & Marketing Manager for the two 25hours hotels in Hamburg's Hafencity. With immediate effect, the trained hotel specialist will be working in the Main metropolis, where he will also manage the modernisation and expansion of the 25hours Hotel by Levi's by Frankfurt-based artist and designer Michael Dreher. From summer 2018, the hotel in the Bahnhofsviertel will then shine in a completely new look.
About the hotels:
The 25hours Hotel The Goldman in Ostend has a total of 97 rooms. Local and international patrons have added a personal touch to the property. The 25hours Hotel by Levi's is not just a hotel in Frankfurt. The hotel name is program and a sign of the friendship between 25hours and the fashion classic Levi's. Since 1873, the Levi's brand has been the original and the epitome of denim fashion. With the transformation from worker's trousers to must-have fashion items, Levi's became a symbol of pop culture. Elvis Presley bore the brand in his first name and swung his hips in blue jeans, Kurt Cobain died in his 501 and Andy Warhol was probably born in a Levi's - the cult brand's connection to the world of music, art and design is not just a flirtation - it has been a great love affair for generations. Girls or Guys, slim, tapered or flared: across multiple collections, Levi's caters to a wide range of consumer types.
The hotel name with the addition of "tailored by Levi's" (for short) is a symbol of the partnership between 25hours and Levi's and refers to the inspiration and support in the design process. The initiators of the project are the renowned Frankfurt real estate developers Ardi Goldman and Ronny R. Weiner, who have created a new architectural highlight in the Bahnhofsviertel from an unspectacular building with great attention to detail. No seam runs randomly, no object is arbitrarily placed and yet the building is playful and never beastly serious. The focus is on a flair for expressive materials, soft fabrics meet rough leather and shiny copper.
The hotel's location is almost perfect in this respect: the trade fair, the Main River and the Zeil shopping street are all just a few minutes' walk away. Frankfurt Airport is around 15 minutes away from the main station by S-Bahn. You can't get more connected and more international.
The 76 rooms are inspired by the history of Levi's jeans and the fashion of the last decades. As a result, each floor has its own character and features individual furniture, lamps, wallpaper, carpet inlays and textiles. The only constant: the blue bathroom with red natural stone sink, the Red Tap of the living room, and the forgotten Levi's jeans. Always there: free high-speed wi-fi and complimentary MINI and bike rentals.
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