ManuPharma 2019

03 - 04 December, 2019

Contact Us: 44 (0) 207 036 1363

Frankfurt - The Perfect Location

5th – 6th December, 2018
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
Am Kaiserplatz
60311 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Tel: +49 69 215-02
Website: Click Here

A dream hotel in an unbeatable location

Amidst the banking district and the historic old town, guests have been living in the traditional Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof since 1876. The Maintower, Römer and the Paulskirche are only a few steps away. The main station you is very close to the Hotel you can reach it in about 13 minutes.

In 261 rooms and 42 suites, you will enjoy luxurious ambience and first-class service. The upscale amenities of this 5 star hotel in Frankfurt include a flatscreen TV, air conditioning, desk and safe. There is also free access to the Spa!

Hotel Facilities

The Frankfurter Hof offers culinary highlights for every taste. Start your day in our stylishly renovated Hofgarten restaurant with a freshly prepared breakfast or our sumptuous buffet. In our Cafe-Bar-Restaurant OSCAR * S, your palate will be spoiled with regional and contemporary menus and snacks. A very special culinary highlight at the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is the Restaurant Français. In our Luxushotel in Frankfurt, Chef Bochner will seduce you with French haute cuisine. The cookery of our Chefkochs was even awarded a star in the "Guide Michelin", 17 of the coveted Gault Millau points and 4F in gourmet.

Your Stay

Should you require accommodation for the duration of ManuPharma 2018, we have arranged an exclusive HotelMap with the best rates and offers of local hotels close to the venue:

Alternatively, if you would like assistance with your hotel booking you can contact Jessica Heili, our dedicated concierge. If you email Jessica with your requirements, phone number and quoting Special Reference Code W-MNVRX to she will get back to you to discuss your hotel options.

Rooms are available on a first come first served basis, as such we recommend you book early to avoid disappointment.

Please note; we do not take responsibility either for reserving your room or for any subsequent cancellation.

Travelling to the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof

Networking drinks reception

Please join us at the end of day 1 of ManuPharma for our Christmas Market themed drinks reception, for some extra networking time with your peers, in a relaxed environment whilst you enjoy some great music and beverages!

Top 5 things to do in Frankfurt


The only visit of the city open to the public. Take the elevator up to the 200 meter high platform to enjoy breathtaking views of the entire Frankfurt skyline. You can also have a snack in the restaurant of the "main tower". Admission is € 6.50 for an adult.


The Römerberg ("Mount of the Romans") is the historic heart of Frankfurt and the square where the Town Hall is located, dating back to the year 1405. Flanked by half-timbered houses, this historic square served as the venue for the first fairs Frankfurt in the 13th century. In the middle of the square is the fountain of Justice. From here you can continue to the Eiserner Steg Bridge to cross the Main and start a river walk.


If you follow the previous route (after crossing the Eiserner Steg), head for the Sachsenhausen district, near the Frankensteiner Platz. The local drink from Frankfurt is called "Apfelwein", or "Ebbelwoi" as the Frankfurters say: a slightly alcoholic cider that is produced in the regions around Frankfurt. You can find some of the best and oldest cider taverns in the cobbled streets of the "Sachsenhausen" district, south of the old town.


Frankfurt is the home town of Germany's most important writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832). Although Goethe's house was destroyed during the Second World War, it was completely restored with the original furniture, paintings and books of the Goethe family. Find inspiration in the study where Goethe wrote "The Sorrows of Young Werther". The address: Grosser Hirschgraben 23, 60311 Frankfurt


The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Frankfurt is famous for its vast collection of art, which includes artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, and Gerhardt Richter, but also for its bold architecture. Designed by Viennese architect Hans Hollering, the museum has a triangular shape and is called the "piece of cake" by locals. Entry: 12 €

BEWARE OF ROOM BLOCK AND RESERVATIONS SCAMS! Please note that the information provided above is the only official method to make reservations within the conference for hotel bedrooms. No housing company has been sanctioned by WBR and any outside groups contacting you claiming to be the housing provider for the event are not affiliated with the conference or WBR. If you have been contacted by one of these companies, or have any questions regarding making your hotel reservations for the event, please contact your event manager or call +44 (0) 207 368 9465