Fair Hotel Frankfurt

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Speyererstrasse 11, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60327, Germany
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more and rated 39% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo16
  • Business18

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Forum Posts

transfer between airports

by judystafford

I am returning from Rio de Janeiro to Frankfurt International . How do I get to Frankfurt Hahn to take a Ryanair flight to Spain ? I understand they are a long way apart- Judy

Re: transfer between airports

by abalada

Hahn is some 120 km west of Frankfurt.

Here the direct link to the company operating the shuttle buses between both airports (but basically the same like the previous link):

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

General Info

by Redang

Tourist Office
Kaiserstrasse 56
60329 Frankfurt am Main

- Tfno: +49 (0) 69/21 23 08 08
- Fax: +49 (0) 69/21 24 05 12

- www.frankfurt.de/sis
- E mail: info@tcf.frankfurt.de

Modern City

by Leipzig

Frankfurt/Main is a very modern city. Except from the Altstadt (old centre) and some districts (like Sachsenhausen) almost all building were erected within the last decades. If you want to see old architecture you should visit towns in Frankfurt's vicinity, like Speyer, Worms or Heidelberg.


by keeweechic

Kaiserstrasse and Goethestrasse are the best shopping streets, despite the handful of hole-in-the-wall tourist traps filled with junk souvenirs. Most department stores are located on Rossmarkt and Zeil which stretches east from the Haptwache. This particular area is known as the Golden Mile and it boasts the largest retail turnover of any shopping district in Germany. The Römer square is also a lively spot.


by lenoreva

I really like the Palmgarten (Westend - between Grüneberg Park and the US Consolate). I have been at least once in each of the four seasons, but I'd have to say it's the most fun in summer. Besides roaming around in the greenhouses, and walking through beautiful nature, you can rent a boat and row around the lake, feed the fishes, or play a round of miniture golf (the holes are actually quite hard, so it might take you a while!). Adult admission is 5 Euro for the day and students enter for half price.


by Nemorino

At the time, this seemed like a fine place for an observatory. On a dark street at the edge of Frankfurt, at the top of the new physics building of the newly founded university.

Ninety-some years later the city lights have long since destroyed any chance of doing serious astronomical observations from here, and the once-new physics building is now the old physics building that they are getting ready to move out of as soon as construction of this century's new physics building is completed up on the Riedberg Campus.

The young scientists of the Physikalischer Verein don't let any of that bother them, though, and they go on presenting entertaining, high-quality lectures and demonstrations for the general public.

For instance: on October 28, 2004, the observatory (Sternwarte) will be open to the public free of charge from 3.00 to 7.00 a.m. for observation of a total eclipse of the moon. On a similar occasion several years ago (though more around midnight) the place was totally full of enthusiastic people, including some old friends I hadn't seen for years.

They also have lectures on astronomy (in German) on Friday evenings, with a chance to have a look through the telescope afterwards. Despite urban light pollution you can usually at least see Venus, Mars or Jupiter, or the craters on the moon. One night it was so foggy you could only see the lights at the top of the nearby Messeturm, so they simply pointed the telescope at that and did a nice demonstration of how the telescope works.

Address: Robert-Mayer-Straße 2-4


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Address: Speyererstrasse 11, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60327, Germany