"Good hotel in Frankfurt, near the railway station"
I chose this hotel because it was in walking distance to the main railway station. It had good reviews and it certainly lived up to its name. Frankfurt is a mix of old and new, and this is a newly refurbished hotel in an older building. It is 400m from the station. I stayed there one night and it was very comfortable. I arrived at 10am expecting to have to drop my luggage off and go walking for a while, but my room was ready and available. The staff were really helpful and of course they spoke excellent English.
The room was clean and modern. The facilities were very good but the shower did not have any privacy - good job I was on my own. The glass walls of the shower were clear and the person showering would have been clearly visible to anyone else in the room. You might not consider this a problem of course, but I felt it was a little strange.
The room was not large, just enough room for a single person, but the bed was king size.
The restaurant had a good choice from a la carte to basic burger depending on what you are looking for. It is well furnished.
There was no view from my room, except of the next building but that was OK. The room was certainly better than anything you would get in London for the same money.
Yes I would recommend it to my friends and yes I would stay there again.
The 12pm checkout was a nice bonus.
My daughter and I stayed at the Bristol Hotel the night before we flew home (USA). It was a large(er) room and very clean. The beds were quite comfortable and we had a very good nights rest before leaving. We will stay there again next time we are in Frankfurt and we will recommend it to friends.
Great short break to visit Christmas Market and Frankfurt Zoo. Hotel excellent and very near a wonderful Mall in a lovely area. A bit of a walk to the Christmas Markets and The Zeil shops but taxis quite inexpensive and well worth it if you have mobility problems. Would definitely stay again if in Frankfurt.hotel
Located very close to a huge railroad station, but not one of the best districts in Frankfurt. Underground parking was available for 15E per night. Easy to walk to a nice pedestrian walk and breakfast at the hotel was great.
This is, by far, the best hotel in Frankfurt based on what I've seen. I stayed at the Linder Main Plaza, Grand Hotel Hesischer Hof, Radisson Blu and Mercure Messe. Out of all of them, this one truly feels like a five star hotel. It has an executive feel and great facilities and is in a great location.
The rooms are slightly small but average for Frankfurt or city standards. There is a large mini-fridge and amazing coffee-making facilities, i.e. good selection of teas. The bathrooms are very nice with a separate shower and the beds are incredibly comfortable. All rooms have a great view and there is a tram stop right outside and the Skyline shopping centre (which has a supermarket) is only 5 minutes walk away.
The breakfast on the executive club floor was a bit sparse and very cramped but the main breakfast was amazing including egg white omelettes which I have never seen before and oats cooked in water! The service there was incredible too. They even give you coffee to go!
One of the most appealing things to me about the hotel was the gym. All the other hotel gyms were ridiculously tiny but this one even has a squat rack and huge dumbbell rack. Gyms in Frankfurt are extremely pricey so I really appreciated this amazing gym!
I guess the only drawback is the cost! I went on a business trip so it was obviously worth it for me but the prices are extortionate. Also rooms generally don't include wi-fi or breakfast so costs do add up. Try and book in advance and hunt around.