25Hours Hotel by Levi’s – Frankfurt
We’ve shared a look at the 25hours Hotel in Vienna, but this Frankfurt location has a fun twist. Located in the heart of Frankfurt’s commercial center, just minutes away from both the Main Station and primary fair and exhibition centre, 25hours Hotel by Levi’s offers convenience in a young and laidback atmosphere for the modern business traveler. Housed in a former office building revamped by architect Karl Dudler, the hotel exterior boasts clean lines, simple forms and chrome accents.
Inside, designers Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher have spiced things up, imbuing Dudler’s pared-down minimalism with a playful flair, partly inspired by the hotel’s fashionable next-door neighbour, the new German headquarters of Levi Strauss. By incorporating elements of American popular culture into their design, it’s akin to a good pair of worn-in blue jeans — timeless and comfortable.
25hours Hotel by Levi’s pays homage to the fashion, culture and style of the 1930s to 1980s, with each of the six floors dedicated to a different decade – complete with appropriate colour palette, furniture, finishings and even music. The unifying theme is “blue jeans”, with all 71 guest rooms and five extra-large studios decked out in different shades of blue, from cobalt to azure, indigo to turquoise. Each of these urban retreats is equipped with flat-screen TV, iHome and free WiFi.