Hotel in Frankfurt
Frankfurt am Main is considered one of the most important metropolitan areas in Europe. The city is not only located geographically in the heart of Germany and Central Europe, but has also established itself as an international financial hub. Its exciting mix of historic buildings and modern architecture is equally popular with tourists and business travellers alike. Thanks to the outstanding accessibility of its nearby airport, Frankfurt is also very easy to get to.
HOTEL IN FRANKFURT AM MAIN
Because of its diversity, Frankfurt attracts a wide range of international visitors. Experience the impressive Frankfurt skyline by night with its famous Main Tower, take a stroll along the River Main, or be sure to visit one of the 34 outstanding museums along the Museumsufer. Its proximity to Frankfurt Airport (only 15 min. by car to our hotel) and the excellent connections of the railway network make it easy for travellers to visit this metropolis on the River Main using various modes of transport.
Modern and in the city: our hotel in Frankfurt
Right on the banks of the River Main there are numerous museums, including the German Film Museum, the Museum of World Cultures, the Museum of Applied Art and the Historical Museum. Enjoy the many activities that Mainhattan has to offer. Take a stroll through Frankfurt Altstadt to the Römer – the city hall – and to the many beautiful old churches. Here, you’ll also find some of the best restaurants in the city. Go on a shopping spree on the Zeil, Frankfurt am Main’s famous shopping street, where you'll find countless boutiques, shops and many shopping centres. The popular district of Sachsenhausen is just a short distance away from our hotel . Take a lazy stroll through its narrow streets with their half-timbered houses and stop off at one of the welcoming cider houses to taste the world-renowned 'Ebbelwei'.
In the winter, the city sparkles with Christmas splendour and the numerous Christmas markets open their doors. The traditional Frankfurt Christmas Market situated between Römerberg and the city centre enchants visitors with the romantic atmosphere of its half-timbered houses.
Far away from the tourist hotspots, some of the largest fairs and events take place in Frankfurt, such as the IAA (The International Motor Show Germany) and the Frankfurt Book Fair. The exhibition complex is not far from the city centre and is easy to reach using public transport.