Changes in the beautiful hotel in Frankfurt's station district: the Le Méridien Frankfurt is pleased, draws the Swiss-born Melanie Simone Seiler (28) in the management of Munich Hotel Partners (MHP) led house as Front Office Manager responsible. The trained hotel manageress as well as graduate Hôtelière and restauratrice comes from London's Bexleyheath Marriott Hotel, where she was under contract in the same function.
After training as a hotel manager at the Zurich Marriott Hotel, Melanie Simone Seiler studied at Zurich's Belvoirpark Hotel Management School, where she was taken on as chef de service and instructor at the restaurant in 2013. One year later - and back at Marriott - she took on a new challenge: namely as Task Force Front Office Supervisor for the closure of the Renaissance Hotel Zurich. Stations as Task Force Front Office Supervisor at the Munich Marriott Hotel and the Imperial Riding School Renaissance Vienna Hotel followed. In 2015, Seiler moved back to Zurich, where she signed on as Assistant Front Office Manager at the Renaissance Zurich Tower Hotel. In 2016 she moved to the UK - first as Assistant Front Office Manager at the Tudor Park Marriott Hotel (Maidstone) and from 2017 as Front Office Manager at the Bexleyheath Marriott Hotel (London).
The Le Méridien Frankfurt, with 300 rooms and suites, is located in Frankfurt's Bahnhofsviertel, on a leafy city square that is considered a hotspot for the gastro and nightlife scene. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the main railway station and the banking and business district, the Museumsufer is within easy walking distance and the airport within 15 minutes by car. "History versus modernity" is the motto of the hotel, which consists of a modern part and a historic palace in neo-Renaissance style. In-location for casual fine dining with smoked and barbecue specialties is The Legacy Bar & Grill. The Giulia Super bar is also located in the same building. For meetings and events, the hotel offers ten function rooms in more than 600 square feet of space. The Le Méridien Frankfurt realizes the group-wide art program "Unlock art" through a partnership with the Schirn Kunsthalle, one of Germany's top addresses for contemporary art. Le Méridien Frankfurt is managed by Munich Hotel Partners GmbH (MHP).