Falkenstein Grand Kempinski
A fitness resort with a link to luxury: an underground tunnel connects the Ascara Fitness Club to the 5-star superior Falkenstein Grand Kempinski – a hotel with history that is for every Ascara member well worth the short walk. Our wellness hotel features 108 luxurious rooms and suites for the discerning traveller. The historic building was opened in 1909 by Kaiser Wilhelm II as a rest home for high-ranking officers. Since 1999, the doors of the Kempinski hotel are open to all who seek luxurious accommodation. In addition to the accommodation facilities, the hotel offers nine conference and banqueting rooms for up 200 persons. The ring of detached villas that make up the Falkenstein Grand Kempinski frame the spa hotel’s six-hectare private park which also features a playground where our younger hotel guests are able to amuse themselves. From the hotel’s Skyline Terrace and the rooms overlooking the park there is a wonderful view of the Frankfurt skyline. More information on our spa hotel close to Frankfurt can be found at
Our company’s second 5-star superior hotel is a mere 500 metres – as the crow flies – from the Ascara fitness resort. The smallest Kempinski hotel in the world offers 22 rooms and suites as well as three unique banqueting rooms for up to 90 people. Built at the end of the 19th century as a summer residence for the Rothschild banking family, the Villa Rothschild opened its doors as a luxury hotel in 2007 following a period of extensive restoration and renovation. Nestled in the grounds of a ten-hectare park, the Villa Rothschild is the jewel in our company’s crown. Aside from it being connected to our Ascara Fitness Club, the Villa Rothschild is well worth a visit in its own right. As part of the service, the transfer between the Ascara and the Villa Rothschild is provided for club members. A Jaguar or Land Rover shuttle will bring you free of charge to the hotel. If you would be interested in visiting the hotel, more information is available below.