Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport

50° 03 '21.6" N 8° 35' 47.6" E +

50° 03 '21.6" N 8° 35' 47.6" E

  • Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport
  • Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport
  • Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport
  • Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport
Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport

The Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport opened its doors in Gateway Gardens, the most recent Frankfurt district, at the beginning of 2018.  Located in the heart of Gateway Gardens and right next to the future S-Bahn station, the hotel is the first of its kind in Germany.  Currently, it is directly connected with the Frankfurt Airport terminals by means of a shuttle bus but as of the end of 2019 will have a rapid urban railway connection, with the S-Bahn station just a few steps outside the hotel. 

On an area of around 19,000 m², Hyatt’s new lifestyle product in the distinctive new building offers 312 rooms, around 110 underground parking spaces, a restaurant and bar, two shops, a 24-hour fitness centre and five flexible conference rooms with daylight for up to 136 people.  The rooms - designed by JOI Design – have an elegant yet homely character and are fitted with an extra large sofa bed, ideal for overnight stays by more than two people.  For Matthias Lowin, Managing Director of Feuring and the initiator of the project, the room concept is very future-orientated: "This room concept offered by Hyatt is unique at Frankfurt Airport.”  

Back in 2015, Feuring purchased the plot of land from the project developer Gateway Gardens GmbH and signed a long-term management agreement with Hyatt.  Feuring and Hyatt have worked together for many years and their connection reaches back to the 1970s.  After the realisation of the Hyatt Regency in Düsseldorf, the Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport is Feuring’s latest project development in cooperation with Hyatt.  Union Investment Real Estate GmbH could be acquired as investor within the framework of a Forward Purchase Agreement.  Feuring Group is the lessee of the hotel and in this role will operate it for the next 30 years under the flags of the Hyatt Place brand.