Jun 25, 2019 - Jun 26, 2019
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Where to stay in Frankfurt
Located on the River Main, Frankfurt is a bustling city known for its position as the most important financial and commercial center on the European mainland. Visitors to the city will enjoy the high-rise buildings that dominate the skyline, while areas like the old town (“Altstadt”) continue to draw locals and visitors alike keen to discover attractions like the many open-fronted shops (Kulturschirn), the Imperial Hall, the Old Town Hall and the Gothic Church of St. Leonhard, which dates back six centuries.
The heart of Frankfurt is the obvious place to stay for those wanting to enjoy both the historic and modern attractions of this popular city. The Hauptwache is one of the city’s busiest pedestrian walkways in the center and is well-known for its blend of both old and new buildings, including the Guard House, a former prison which now operates as a café. Other attractions include Goethestrasse, a high-end shopping area boasting boutiques, galleries and bars, and the famous Goethe Tower.
Frankfurt’s public transport features nine metro and ten tram lines meaning getting around is both simple and inexpensive, while night owls are catered for by the night buses operating until 4am.
Frankfurt City Center Hotels
Centrally located just a few steps from Opera Square, the Sofitel Frankfurt Opera is billed as a palace in the heart of the city. The five-star accommodation offers 150 individually-decorated guest rooms as well as modern business and meeting facilities. Hotel guests can also enjoy a health club, a sauna and an indoor swimming pool.
2. The Pure
The Pure is an upmarket mid-range hotel perfectly placed for those looking to enjoy the city center with plenty of transport links, shopping options and dining outlets on the doorstep. The hotel is an eco-friendly property decorated in refreshing white tones that also boasts a sauna and a traditional restaurant.
A three-star hotel option, the Hotel Hamburger Hof is located across from Frankfurt Central Station and offers free WIFI throughout as well as sound-proofed rooms and stylish bathrooms.
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Brilliant and vibrant place. There are some less desirable areas around the main train station so be mindful and careful. But in general well worth a visit
I always enjoy myself in Frankfurt... great shopping, oh and it’s an absolute MUST for you to stay at the Jumeirah Hotel... wonderful spa and the breakfast buffet is AMAZING!
The financial city goes hand in hand with old town, Römer are one point of interest, and some parks near Berger strasse.
Frankfurt is a financial center in Germany. A lot of the older architecture was destroyed in WWII, but there is a smaller altstadt or old city. There are some really creative buildings. The city has several museums, and most are clustered on the south bank of the Mainz river that runs through the city. Lots of good restaurants as well.