Comfort Hotel Am Kurpark
Bad Homburg, 61348
Phone: (49) 6172 926300
Fax: (49) 6172 926399
Ferdinandstrasse 2-4, Bad Homburg, DE, 61348
- Phone: (49) 6172 926300
- Fax: (49) 6172 926399
Just 14.48 kilometers (9 miles) north of Frankfurt am Main, the city of Bad Homburg boasts some of the wealthiest districts in all of Germany, mostly due its proximity to Frankfurt am Main and due to the fact that bank directors live here. While most German cities amassed wealth in the 20th century, this one raced ahead in time thanks to the efforts of brothers Louis and François who built the first casino and mineral bath spa in 1841-42. Over the decades Bad Homburg grew to attract some of the wealthiest classes in Europe like the Russian nobility and the Jewish entrepreneurs. Till date, tourists associate it with baths, spas and casinos and no doubt, this has helped boost tourism.
FIZ ConferenceLab is a very important multi-purpose venue in West Frankfurt. They offer, in their space, a wide number of events, seminars, conferences, meetings and convention rooms. The swanky glass decorated restaurant is a must try. All in all, this is the perfect venue for business related activities. Visit the website or call ahead for more details.
The Saalbau Titus-Forum is a finely appointed convention hall, hosting a variety of events each year. The building can hold up to 600 persons and has numerous areas to hold business conferences, exhibitions, meetings, seminars and the like. You can also organize private events like weddings, anniversaries and receptions at the venue. The space has also been used to host various cultural events.
The Fast Lane Institute for Knowledge Transfer GmbH is a premier institute that has created a niche for itself in the IT industry on the global front. The institute provides an array of courses related to Information Technology (IT) which acquaint amateurs and aspiring professionals about the cutting technology that is evolving in the industry. Besides that, the training center at Eschborn also provides space, with an accommodation capacity ranging from 4 to 32 persons, for organizing conferences, seminars, meetings and training sessions. Check website for details.
The buzzing locals in the city of Frankfurt am Main all lend their ears to the Funkhaus am Dornbusch. One of the city's top broadcasters for radio and television, the Funkhaus am Dornbusch controls most of what is seen and heard in the city. Channels such as Blomberg TV and RTl all have permanent studios here. So if you are a broadcasting enthusiasts looking for a peek into the mechanics of TV and radio, do check out the Funkhaus am Dornbusch the next time you are in the city.
City Fitness is a popular gym in the Bockenheim neighborhood, which not only offers you a chance to work out on their high-end, well-maintained equipments but also offers customized professional guidance. A free weight area, an indoor swimming pool, a steam room and sauna are the other facilities on the premises of City Fitness. The sleek and spacious gym, provides a great concentrated atmosphere to work-out in. Still unsure? You can arrange your own trial run for a week at City Fitness and then decide.
Campus Westend, one of the campuses of Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Am Main, has all the facilities a student needs today. From WiFi to libraries, playgrounds to indoor games, they have it all. A number of subjects are taught at this campus such as Law, Economics, History, Philosophy, Protestant Theology, Roman Catholic Theology, Modern Languages and Linguistics, and Cultural and Civilization Studies. This campus strives for every student's progress and a success career. Check website for more details.
This institute for scientific research: known as the 'Africa Archive', was founded in Berlin in 1898 by Leo Frobenius, but was moved to Frankfurt in 1925. Today, the Frobenius Institute is an independent part of Frankfurt University and concentrates on the study of non-European cultures, particularly African cultures. The main highlight here is the ceramic work and the ethnographic art work. Apart from hard-working collectors, there are also many staff and students here working on university projects. There are no exhibition rooms as such, but closer inspection of the artifacts can be arranged upon request. Check website for exact timings.
St. Georg-Kirche Pfaffenwiesbach is Wehrheim's parish church that is part of the community's welfare. The parish features a community center and facilities for children, youth and families. There is also a daycare center for kids. It is the main church of the Pfaffenwiesbach and Friedrichsthal locals. The parish is dedicated to build the catholic community of the area.
The Ökohaus Raum is in a beautiful structure to behold from the outside as well as inside. The outward structure of glass and steel camouflages the interiors which are inspired by a greenhouse. The gentle stream, lush greenery with blooming flowers are just soothing and refreshing. The Eco-friendly building has a private conference room that is as wonderful as its main building. The room has an airy feel to it with its vaulted ceilings made up of red clay tiles. It also has a contemporary touch to it with its summery colors, wooden chairs, silk curtains and special lighting. It even has a fountain enclosed with green plants. If you are looking for an unconventional meeting space, then the Ökohaus Raum maybe ideal for you.
Located in the heart of Königstein, Haus der Begegnung is one of the beautiful event venues. The stunning architecture of the 1950's building is worth a sight! The center offers various event, conference and seminar rooms with state-of-the-art facilities for every need. Visit the website for event bookings and detailed information.
The Frankfurt University was built in 1914 by influential citizens but was renamed in 1932 after the immortal novelist and playwright, Johann Wolfgang Goethe. Due to racial differences during the Nazi Regime between 1933-1945, the university witnessed a major drop in the student population. However today, it boasts of being one of the most multi-racial and cosmopolitan institutions in Europe, with much of the faculty and students coming from all over the world.