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Located in Bahnhofsviertel, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Frankfurt Opera House, Staedel Museum and Liebieghaus. Römer and Frankfurt Cathedral are ...
Scandic Frankfurt Museumsufer£64
Located in Frankfurt Airport Area, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Gateway Gardens and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Commerzbank-Arena. The Squaire and Lufthansa Flight ...
Hyatt Place Frankfurt Airport£72
Located in the heart of Frankfurt, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Financial District, Frankfurt Opera House and Frankfurt Trade Fair. Staedel Museum ...
IntercityHotel Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof Süd£59
Leonardo Royal Hotel Frankfurt£52
This family-friendly Frankfurt hotel is located in the entertainment district, just steps away from Commerzbank Tower and Financial District. Maintower and Frankfurt ...
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof£150
a&o Frankfurt Ostend£36
This family-friendly Frankfurt hotel is located in Frankfurt Airport Area, within 1 mi (2 km) of Gateway Gardens, The Squaire and Lufthansa Flight Training Center. ...
Hilton Garden Inn Frankfurt Airport£83
Hilton Frankfurt Airport£98
Located in Frankfurt Airport Area, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Gateway Gardens and within 3 miles (5 km) of The Squaire and Lufthansa Flight Training ...
MEININGER Hotel Frankfurt/Main Airport£50
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Most of Frankfurt’s top attractions are found near the historic Altstadt (old town), which is where you’ll also find some of the city’s most luxurious hotels, such as the Jumeirah Frankfurt, set in a gleaming high-rise building. It’s also a good place to find historic hotels in Frankfurt, such as the elegant Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, which has been welcoming guests since the late 19th century.
For a more laid-back atmosphere close to the city centre, consider a hotel in Sachsenhausen, south of the River Main. This area also has a historic, village-like feel, and is known for its apple wine pubs, traditional venues serving Frankfurt’s favourite drink along with hearty German fare. There are also good family-friendly hotels in Frankfurt here, as the area is quiet and has many green spaces.
Experience the edgier side of Frankfurt by staying in a hotel in Bahnhofsviertel. This central area has lost much of its former seedy reputation and now boasts a lively restaurant and nightlife scene. It also has the added advantage of being close to Frankfurt’s main train station for easy access to the airport (the journey only takes 11 minutes). The town of Bornheim, 12 miles (20km) out of the city, also has great nightlife, as well as lovely pavement cafés and a weekly farmers’ market.
Look for hotels near Frankfurt Cathedral if you want to be close to attractions in the Altstadt, such as Römerberg, a square of reconstructed half-timbered houses that evokes the city as it was in the past, and Frankfurt Archaeological Museum, set in a former monastery. Don’t forget to climb up the 324 steps of Frankfurt Cathedral for amazing views, too. If you’re travelling on a budget, consider staying further out of town. Bockenheim is on the edge of the inner ring of the city, but has good transport links to the centre.
If you’re in Frankfurt for culture, stay in a hotel near Staedel Museum, which showcases 700 years of European art and features works by notable artists such as Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Picasso. It’s set in the middle of nine notable museums along the Main River, known as Museumsufer (Museum Embankment), which range in subject matter from design and cinema to architecture. You’ll be able to find a hotel in every price range here, or you can find cheaper accommodation in Frankfurt near the main train station. The city’s modern art museums – there are two branches – are in the Altstadt area, in easy proximity of both areas.
Frankfurt is Germany’s business hub, with an estimated one in five inhabitants working in the financial sector, so there are no shortage of business hotels in Frankfurt catering to them.
There are plenty of hotels to stay in near Frankfurt airport too, such as Steigenberger Airport Hotel, which has a 24-hour airport shuttle bus, a business centre and meeting rooms. If you’re not staying near the airport, select a hotel with an airport transfer instead.
Frankfurt’s business hub is Innenstadt, which feels more like a modern American city than a European one, with an array of glittering skyscrapers housing banking headquarters and other financial institutions. You’ll find some gorgeous properties here, such as the Westin Grand Frankfurt, which has a business centre, a 24-hour gym and well-regarded dining.
Because the city is so compact in size – Frankfurt is often called the smallest metropolis in the world – you don’t necessarily have to stay in the business district if you’re here to work. The up-and-coming Bahnhofsviertel area has an exciting nightlife and is next to the main rail station, making travelling to and from the airport easy. Hotels here include Roomers, swanky accommodation with a fitness centre.
Another consideration when booking a hotel for business is its proximity to Frankfurt Trade Fair, which has been described as a ‘city within a city’ due to its size. You’ll find plenty of business hotels here.
Frankfurt specialises in business hotels, unsurprisingly, and most offer airport transfers, business centres, 24-hour gyms and meeting spaces. There are also a number of show-stopping luxury hotels in Frankfurt, such as the Grandhotel Hessischer Hof, which has stately interiors furnished with antiques, as well as a spa and an opulent restaurant.
If you’re bringing your family, there’s a wide choice of hotels offering the expected amenities for children, such as cots or rollaway beds. Highlights for kids include the sprawling Frankfurt Zoological Garden and the Senckenberg Natural History Museum, which has an extensive collection of dinosaur fossils.
Traveling on a budget? You can also find some excellent cheap hotels in Frankfurt, and funky modern hostels with shared dorms, such as the Five Elements Hostel in Bahnhofsviertel, which also has apartments with kitchenettes and a sociable bar and games room.