Heinrich Siesmayer (1817 - 1900), a well known landscape architect and creator of the Palmengarten in Frankfurt, designed the park on nearly 15 acres, modeling it after the English parks. On August 20, 1909, in the presence of the German Emperor, Wilhelm II, the opening ceremony of a convalescent home for the officers of the imperial army takes place. Now seven buildings in the English manor style comprise the new, in a half-circular fashion arranged complex. These buildings are all connected with each other through underground paths.
- Short distance to Frankfurt (25 min) - Short distance to Frankfurt International Airport (25 min) - 10 hectares / 25 acre of parkland - Breathtaking view over the Rhein-Main region and historic castle Kronberg - Small and exclusive Boutique Hotel - Historic Salons for Meetings - Unique history of the hotel - Large selction of Rothschild wines - Private Dining Room - smoking area at Tizians Bar - our Gourmet restaurant Villa Rothschild will be closed on Sundays and Mondays.