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You’ve never imagined Germany this way. With its stunning, futuristic skyline and Germany’s largest airport, Frankfurt is a lively city, where travelers can find something exciting to do every day. Rich and opulent (the financial capital of Continental Europe), Frankfurt is a city of contrasts. Alongside the most avant-garde skyscrapers, some of Germany’s oldest buildings coexist, carefully preserved, for future generations.
Located at Frankfurt’s picture perfect...
Located at Frankfurt’s picture perfect Wiesenhuettenplatz is Le Meridien Park Hotel, an opulent hotel offering the best of everything. Nowhere in the building is this seen more than La Truffe, where legendary chef Paul Bocuse chose to make one of his very first appearances here in Germany. No wonder, this restaurant which is now used exclusively for banqueting events – seating up to 70 - is something rather special. La Truffe oozes old school grandeur, harking back to the hotel’s beginnings way back in 1905 with decadent surroundings which suit wedding parties down to the ground but also offer a perfect combination of impressiveness and formality for those business events which require something a little special. As befits the one time haunt of Bocuse, La Truffe’s special menus – created to suit your event – will be the centrepiece of your event.
Le Méridien Parkhotel Frankfurt, 28-38 Wiesenhüttenplatz, Frankfurt, Frankfurt
- 12:00-15:30,18:00-23:00 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun