Anyone who has ever hoped to attend a royal wedding but was left uninvited, worry not. For the jetsetter who seeks to bask in regal beauty, options are available. Always. Nestled at the top of the countryside of Kronberg & flanked by a picturesque 18-hole golf course, there stands one of the most impressive German castles- Schloss Friedrichshof. Built by Empress Victoria Friedrich in honor of her husband Frederick III, the German Emperor, the chateau has opened its doors to the public as a grand hotel since 1954.
With traditional values & expansive space, Schlosshotel Kronberg gives all those who enter an authentic ambiance that lingers heavily in the air. Art on the walls are the windows to an imperial Bavarian past. The crystal chandeliers whisper secrets embedded within the walls while an abundance of chimneys emblazon rooms with tranquility.
History is a permanent guest at the 5-star luxury hotel. The past is actually the present, for time has not modernized within the behemoth time capsule. The extensive library along with other pieces of impressive antiquity strewn around the hotel are original furnishings belonging to the late Empress. You are a guest in her home, in the presence of Her Highness. However, here, there is no curtsying or bowing needed. | Giuseppe
pictures courtesy Schlosshotel Kronberg