APTO designs Moxy’s second German property

The Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn has an open lobby layout with nods to regional culture, including artistic beer jugs.

Marriott International’s lifestyle Moxy brand opened its second property in Germany, the Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn. The hotel was designed by Amsterdam-based architecture firm APTO.

The property has an open lobby layout with sealed concrete floors, ambient light, contemporary furniture, and artwork and nods to regional culture including artistic beer jugs. The ''Plug and Meet'' gathering areas have ergonomic seating, writing walls and 56-inch televisions for presentation projection. The lobby also has a video wall and 24/7 food and beverage outlet.

There are 176 guestrooms. All bedrooms have 42-inch flat screen televisions, built-in USB ports and free Wi-Fi. Guestrooms also have sound-reducing walls, as well as neutral-toned leather armchairs and motion-sensitive LED guidelights and backlit glass panels.

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