Today's Schlosshotel Kronberg is located in the Friedrichshof Palace in Kronberg im Taunus. Empress Victoria, the widow of Frederick III, had the palace built from 1889 to 1893
in the neo-Gothic Tudor style. Thus, the architecture combines elements of Italian and German Renaissance with English Tudor.
After the Second World War, the building was initially requisitioned by the Allies and used as accommodation for high-ranking military personnel. The later U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, at that time the commander-in-chief of the U.S. Army in Europe, also resided here.
Since 1954, the castle has been operated as the "Schlosshotel Kronberg". To this day, the five-star hotel, located in the picturesque castle park, exudes the grandeur of the hotel's founding days. The immediate proximity to the golf courses of the Golf- und Landclub Kronberg makes the visit attractive. Not without reason, the noble house is counted among the "Small Luxury Hotels of the World". With the Restaurant Victoria, the Schlosshotel also offers its guests a fine dining restaurant.
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