With 30 to 50 fairs annually, Frankfurt is the main conference and convention city in Germany. Therefore, Frankfurt’s many hotels are fully booked most of the year and visitors are recommended to make reservations well in advance. All price categories are represented.
The Frankfurt hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €200)
Moderate (€75 to €200)
Cheap (up to €75)
These Frankfurt hotel prices are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified.
Maritim Hotel Frankfurt
Directly linked to the Trade Fair Centre, this very modern circular, glass hotel is most convenient for travellers visiting one of Frankfurt's numerous international fairs. The 5-star Maritim caters mainly for professionals, providing everything the sophisticated traveller expects, from extensive business facilities such wireless internet and digital fax machines to a laptop-sized safe. Excellent relaxation options are also available at the Maritim Sports Club.Address: , Theodor-Heuss-Allee 3, Frankfurt, 60486
Telephone: (069) 75780
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
Destroyed during WWII and entirely rebuilt by hotelier Albert Steigenberger, this fantastic listed building combines historical glory and modern convenience. Despite the elegant furnishings, the discreet service and the majestic atmosphere, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof retains character and intimacy. The facilities are fantastic, including a wellness club and business centre. For very important guests, who require extra special treatment, the Presidential Suite even has bullet-proof windows.Address: , Am Kaiserplatz, Frankfurt, 60311
Telephone: +49 69 21502.
Now under the wing of the acclaimed Rocco Forte luxury hotel group the Villa Kennedy is firmly in the 5-star-plus category. Situated in the city centre, on the south bank of the Main and close to Sachsenhausen, the hotel consists of three buildings and the Villa Speyer, a building dating from the early 20th century. The Gusto restaurant vies with the very best in Frankfurt, while for those in need of rest and relaxation, there are full leisure and spa facilities including a swimming pool. The hotel also offers a number of meetings and events spaces for the business visitor and is a favourite with visiting celebrities too.Address: , Kennedyallee 70, Frankfurt, 60596
Telephone: (069) 717 120.
Housed in a former mill building on the south bank of the Main about 4km (2.5 miles) east of the main railway station, this small boutique hotel is where Goethe is said to have met Marianne von Willemer, who he'd later write poetry about. With only 19 rooms and suites, the hotel has very high standard in terms of comfort and service, offering a refreshing alternative to the major chain hotels that are so prevalent in Frankfurt.Address: , Gerbermühlstrasse 105, Frankfurt, 60594
Telephone: 0 800 3746 8357 (reservations).
The fine architecture of this elegant Westend building is more reminiscent of a historic palace than a modern hotel. However, the rooms of this small but stylish art nouveau residence, furnished throughout with sophisticated antiques, provide all the contemporary comforts of 21st-century business life. Satellite TV, private safes and wireless internet are basic standards in all rooms.Address: , Bockenheimer Landstrasse 89-91, Frankfurt, 60325
Telephone: (069) 753 0060.
The Pure is one of the trendiest hotels in Frankfurt. Just around the corner from the main station this style haunt is decorated in a palette of white, white and white. The staff are warm enough to add a bit of colour and all rooms have flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access, air conditioning and iPod docks. The lobby bar stocks an impressive range of single malt whiskies and there’s also a modest gym for more active types, as well as a sauna and steam room.Address: , Niddastrasse 86, Frankfurt, 60329
Telephone: (069) 710 4570
Hotel Am Berg
This beautiful neo-romantic hotel is quietly situated in a private villa in the quarter of Sachsenhausen. Its special ambience and warm and quirky décor make every visitor feel at home and at ease. There are a small number of guest rooms and most are en suite. Wireless internet, tea- and coffee-making facilities, as well as newspapers and magazines, are always available.Address: , Grethenweg 23, Frankfurt, 60598
Telephone: (069) 660 5370.
Basic, but clean, friendly and comfortable, accommodation within easy walking distance of the Sachsenhausen restaurant and entertainment area just across the river, and the attractions of the city centre – it's just 800 metres from the Zeil shopping street. A notable feature is the dark oak panelled breakfast room, which has an extremely cosy atmosphere.Address: , Oskar-von-Miller-Strasse 12, Frankfurt, 60314
Telephone: (069) 405 070.
This delightful guest house might be small in size but it offers great service and a homely atmosphere. Situated in the tranquil Gutleutviertel quarter, Pension Aller is ideal for visiting the busy city by day but offers a remote oasis of peace and quiet at night. Advance booking is required for this popular no-frills establishment.Address: , Gutleutstrasse 94, Frankfurt, 60329
Telephone: (069) 252 596.