Absolute Ruhe in der Nacht! Kaffeekocher vorhanden. Schneller Check in und out.
the hotel looks dated but the bathroom had been updated
The check in went really fast but unfortunatly they gave us the wrong Room. It just wasn’t the same as we booked. After we changed the room there we’re more disappointing little things, like there was a room service until 11pm but at 10:30pm they already told me it was closed. Another thing was the ...
Schneller CheckIn, saubere, hellhörige Zimmer, wenig Platz, Baustelle rund ums Hotel.
Hotelli oli siisti ja rauhallinen, mutta alue jokseenkin epämiellyttävä. Ei punaisten lyhtyjen aluetta, mutta rauhatonta Bahnhofsvierteliä kuitenkin.
The receptionist at the time of checkout asked me to pay for the room whereas the paper she showed to me clearly said that it's pre-paid. On explaining to her that I have already paid, she showed me another paper where she seems to have charged gues on checkout even after prepayment. I find it suspicious ...
The room was excessively hot when we arrived and was only just ok once the air-conditioning had been on for about 10 hours. Much of the hotel was under refurbishment so the facilities we usually have enjoyed were not available and we had not been warned of this prior to arrival. Although the Restaurant ...
Die Schrankturen brauchen eine besser Lösung an sonsten alles perfect dieses Hotel wird mein second home in Frankfurt
Das ganze Hotel ist wie ein Museum. Ist Geschmackssache aber uns hat es sehr gefallen! Die Anlage beeindruckend. Das Frühstück ist super. Was uns etwas gefehlt hat ist eine ansprechende Speisekarte am Abend. Das Personal war mit einer Ausnahme sehr nett und hilfsbereit.
Excellent hotel, the staff are welcoming, the rooms (exec Tower) are very comfortable and the open sky area is super relaxing
The Messe Frankfurt is one of the world's largest trade fairs and has its own convention centre. While there are numerous Frankfurt hotels offering conferencing facilities and with typical German efficiency, this is a conference centre at the airport itself, in the quaintly named The Squaire.
Famous for the sausage to which it borrows its name, Frankfurt has a much wider choice of food to offer. Niewo serves excellent French-oriental fusion; Vipho serves authentic Vietnamese food in a modern European restaurant; and the Im Herzen Afrikas (Heart of Africa) serves unusual and very tasty dishes.
You can buy everything you want in Frankfurt, with many shopping choices close to major Frankfurt hotels. For high street brands go to Zeil, the main shopping street. For something a little more bohemian, there is Leipziger Strasse, if you like up-and-coming designers and jewellery. For haute couture, try Goethestrasse for Versace or Gucci. And if independent or quirky is your thing, head to the Neue Krame shopping area.
Jokingly nicknamed Mainhattan, Frankfurt is a city of skyscrapers. You can admire them at their best from the old iron bridge Eiserner Steg. The bridge is just a minute's walk from Romerberg, the old centre of the city with its fourteen-century buildings. In 2015, Frankfurt will host the world's largest motor show.
The big three sports in Frankfurt are football, with the wonderfully named Eintracht, meaning concord or harmony, ice hockey, with the Frankfurt Lions, and basketball. And if you like water sports, join the locals and try rowing on the River Main.