Kameha Grand Hotel, Bonn
The Kameha Grand Bonn is a hotel in the Bonn district of Ramersdorf on the right bank of the Rhine, which opened on 15 November 2009. Located on the Rhine, the hotel is on the site of a former cement factory, which has been undergoing extensive redevelopment since 2003 as part of the "Bonner Bogen" urban development project. The name "Kameha" comes from the Hawaiian language and means "the unique".
Like the other buildings at "Bonner Bogen", the Kameha Grand Bonn was built according to the plans of the architectural office of Karl-Heinz Schommer, who gave the building its characteristic elliptical shape. The hotel was built by the BonnVisio Group, under whose direction the Bonner Bogen was redesigned. Construction work on the hotel, which is up to five storeys high, began in mid-2007 and the building was ready for use in September 2008.
The total investment volume amounted to around 100 million euros.
In total, the hotel has 218 rooms, 36 suites, a bar (Stage Bar & Lounge), Restaurant Brasserie Next Level, Restaurant Yunico (Japanese Fine Dining), Rheinalm, several lounges, a large outdoor terrace and a spa area with outdoor pool. The eight event and conference rooms can accommodate up to 2500 people.