Marriott Opens New Moxy Hotel in Eschborn, Frankfurt

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Moxy Hotels, the boutique lifestyle hotel brand from Marriott International, has opened a new property in Eschborn, Frankfurt, marking the second hotel for the brand in Germany

The Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn has 176 guest rooms with sound-reducing walls, 42″ LCD flat screen televisions, free Wi-Fi, comfortable bedding and deep-seated armchairs in calming, neutral fabrics. Each bedroom has a floor to ceiling art piece, as well as a bathroom with complimentary Muk toiletries, bright pink hair dryers, power showers and large mirrors alongside a spacious vanity area.

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The hotel also has a library, Living Room lounge with USB outlets, free Wi-Fi and artistic beer jugs displayed on the walls, and a 24/7 self-service dining concept. Guests can enjoy fresh panini sandwiches, local dishes including Spätzle and Sauerbraten and a range of healthy alternatives from salad to antipasti. Cocktails, craft beers and specialty wines, as well as fresh juices and a coffee bar, are also available.

For events, the hotel has one flexible meeting room with natural light. The meeting table can be converted to a shuffleboard table for a quick, refreshing break. 

Special opening rates at the new Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn begin at €69.

Two more Moxy Hotels are due to open in Europe this year: Moxy Berlin Ostbahnhof and Moxy Aberdeen Airport. A further five Moxy Hotels are expected to open in Europe in London, Frankfurt, Oslo and Vienna during 2017.

Visit www.MoxyHotels.com

This story originally appeared on www.internationalmeetingsreview.com.

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