So as you can see from the above video, I’ve been living the good life since day one of my “Location Independence“. Roomers Hotel in Frankfurt graciously put me up my first day which was a godsend after an extremely long flight from Fort Lauderdale. The airline made me check in my carry-on bag and I forgot that I put my melatonin in it. So, as I saw others popping all sorts of tasty looking pills and slowly fading into a numbed bliss, I sat awake with only crappy wine to relax myself.

Getting to the city center from Frankfurt Airport (the 3rd largest in Europe) is extremely easy as you can just hop on the train and be walking out of the main station within 15 minutes. Roomers is only two blocks from the train station, so it was a breeze.

Upon walking up to the hotel, I was immediately impressed. From its modern facade and extra-large entrance doors to its warm and chic interior; extremely well thought out with its play on soft and hard textures and warm and sexy hues.

facade of Roomers

lobby at Roomers hotel in Frankfurt

No expense was spared from the unique lobby bathrooms to the elevators. The room was equipped with state-of-the-art controls to “set the mood”, glass-panel shower, and as you see three paragraphs above, a custom tub right in the middle of the room with a view of the modern skyline of Frankfurt. The Wi-Fi was super fast and the fresh fruit and candy platter, illy espresso machine and assortment of mags were a nice touch (the only one I could read was Playboy, and by read I mean enjoy).

hotel room bathroom at Roomers

Roomers has a nice little gym as well as a spa which I unfortunately didn’t have time to enjoy, but I checked them out. The view from the amenity floor was impressive as well.

Frankfurt cityscape

I had a drink down at Roomers Bar at night which the locals even know about. It was dark and intimate and they even had a guest bartender from Barcelona who was there for two weeks whipping up his local specialties.

After finally getting to take my melatonin, I passed out and woke up at 8 am to head down for breakfast. I already knew it was going to be legit before I even got there as everything else had been fantastic – I was correct in my assumption. The outside terrace was the perfect place to eat and the spread was serious (no dry prison bread and 100% sugar juice here). Plenty of proteins, fresh fruits, pastries and baked goods to fill the belly before a day out on the town.

Believe it or not, the prices are very reasonable at Roomers. I know all hotel prices skyrocket during trade show times (which is pretty often) so make sure to work around those dates. I’d definitely recommend Roomers if you’re going to Frankfurt and want to stay in a clean, modern and chic hotel while still being in the mix.