The kick-off was almost three years ago: The fundamental refurbishment and partial reconstruction of the Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt started in spring 2012. Now the hotel shines in a new distinctive style that revives the property's historic character and, at the same time, accentuates the rural charm of the former estate and hunting lodge. And, more than ever, we are looking forward to welcoming you as our guests.
... a visit to the Frankfurt Museum of Modern Art where the current exhibition Everything is inside will run through February 1st, 2015. This exhibition presents the latest monumental project of artist Subodh Gupta and is his most comprehensive retrospective to date in Europe. Gupta regularly uses stainless steel dishes, pans, milking pails, bicycles, shopping carts and other everyday items in his art which has often attracted a lot of attention in the past.
As Sra Bua by Juan Amador's executive chef I am responsible for the menu, for sourcing and purchasing. Of course, I also work in the kitchen: I prepare the mise en place for our evening service together with my team and in the evenings I run the pass, giving orders and preparing the plates.
IT management, maintenance of the hotel system, advising guests on all technical matters (e.g. WLAN) as well as ensuring compliance with the Kempinski network standards are among my main tasks at our property. This means that I am the expert for all computer-related issues at the hotel.
A housekeeper is like a housewife who runs a household on a grand scale. I make sure that all rooms and public areas are maintained in perfect condition. Furthermore, I take care of our guests' numerous small and big special wishes with regard to their rooms.
Since I joined the Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt in November 2013, I have been proud to be part of the hotel's team. During my first five and a half years with Kempinski I worked at the group's Munich airport hotel. Then my next stops were Kuwait and Malta before I got to know some other companies as well. I last worked in Chongqing, China, where I shared the responsibility for the opening of a new Kempinski hotel. Altogether, I have been appreciating and enjoying Kempinski as the oldest European hotel chain for more than twelve years.