Hotel Diplomat

Ostendstrasse 24-26, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60314, Germany

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58%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
9%
3
Very Good
18%
6
Average
31%
10
Poor
9%
3
Terrible
31%
10

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  • Families28
  • Couples44
  • Solo30
  • Business22
  • UWAGA!!!!!!

    by

    Zdecydowanie nie polecam tego hotelu, poza dobrą lokalizacją nie gwarantuje nic godnego niemieckim standardom. Pokoje hotelowe na pierwszy rzut oka wydają się czyste, ale po dłuższym przebywaniu można zauważyć nieczystości na podłodze. Nie odważyłam się przejść bosą nogą przez pokój, łazienka tylko z brudną wanną. Wieczorem słychać było odgłosy szczura/myszy, trzeba było spać przy zapalonym świetle aby nie chrobotały ściany.
    Śniadanie w formie bufetu, nie ma dużego wyboru i około 8.30 nie było już niektórych produktów.
    W hotelu tym spotkała nas bardzo niemiła i niespodziewana sytuacja. Wykupiliśmy miejsce parkingowe na hotelowym parkingu. Chcieliśmy mieć pewność, że nie będziemy mieli żadnego problemu z samochodem. Parking nie spełnia żadnych wymogów i został zaprojektowany w taki sposób żeby jak najwięcej samochodów się na nim zmieściło. Miejsca parkingowe są tak ustawione, że jeżeli jest pełny parking to nie da się z niego wyjechać. Nam zdarzyła się taka sytuacja. Postawiliśmy samochód w wyznaczonym przez obsługę miejscu i zapytaliśmy się czy nie będzie problemu z wyjazdem następnego dnia. Odpowiedzieli, że będziemy mogli spokojnie wyjechać, bo od osób które swoim samochodem zastawiają inny biorą kluczyki w razie potrzeby przestawienia. Niestety rano okazało się, że nasz samochód jest zastawiony i nie ma kluczyków ani właścicieli samochodu. Personel nie chciał nam pomóc i w żaden sposób nie poczuwał się do odpowiedzialności. Nie mieliśmy wyboru i musieliśmy czekać 4h do przyjazdu właścicieli. Personel nieuprzejmy, nawet nie zostaliśmy przeproszeni. Przez cały czas mówili że to nie jest ich wina i nie ich problem. Najgorszy hotel w jakim do tej pory byłam. Bardzo nie polecam.

  • Don't choose this hotel!!

    by

    Definitely I don’t recommend this hotel, apart from a good location doesn’t guarantee anything worthy of the German standards. Hotel rooms at first glance appear to be clean, but after staying there longer, you can see dirt on the floor. I didn’t dare to go bare foot across the room and a bathroom is only with a dirty bathtub. In the evening you could hear the sound of a rat / mouse, you had to sleep with the lights on so you don’t hear te noisy.
    The breakfast is like a bufet, but there is no a large selection of food and about 8.30 there was no longer certain products.
    In this hotel, we had a very unpleasant and unexpected situation. We bought a parking space on the privat hotel parking. We wanted to make sure that we don’t have any problem with the car. Parking doesn’t comply with any requirement and has been designed to put there as many cars as possible. Parking lots are set so that if the parking is full you cannpt move your car. This situation happened to us. We put the car in the location shown by the staff and asked whether there will be a problem with leaving the next day. They said that we can safely leave because of people’s cars who blocke other ones they take their keys and change the place. Unfortunately, in the morning our car was blocked and there were any keys and any car owners. Staff didn’t want to help us and in no way felt responsible. We had no choice and had to wait for the owners. We were trapped, but it could be longer. Staff was impolite, even we were not apologizing. All the time they were saying that this is not their fault and not their problem. Worst hotel in what has so far been. I really don’t recommended.

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Forum Posts

Buying ICE/Train ticket @ Frankfurt

by Frenchpromo

I will be landing in Frankfurt Airport on a Sunday. I will be taking a train from the airport to Franksufurt Main Train Station to transit to my final destination - Saalfeld.

I would like to know, 1) Can I buy train ticket on the ICE / Train on the train itself? 2) Are the train ticket office close on Sunday at the Airport or Frankfurt Main Train Station? 3) If there are (for example) 2 changes between Frankfurt Main Train Station and my final destination, how do I know which stations to drop down and change ICE/train?

Cheers!

FP

Re: Buying ICE/Train ticket @ Frankfurt

by HansDK

You can find timetables here:
http://www.boutiquesrilanka.com/

From: FRA (Frankfurt Airport)
To: Saalfeld

One-way tickets are available from EUR 29 when booked (online) well in advance (max 89 day)

1) You can't buy tickets on the train. You will have to buy from either ticket office of from ticket machines.

2) The ticket office is open on Sundays.

3) Click on '>' in the timetable and you can see details for your connection (when/where to change).

Re: Buying ICE/Train ticket @ Frankfurt

by nomad7890

I usually buy my tickets ahead of time at the official Die Ghttp://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?newrequest=yes&protocol=http:&

You can see all your transfers and sometimes get cheaper fares if done ahead.

You need to be careful if a regional train comes before an IC train, as the regional trains tend to run a bit late, and the IC tend to be a bit early - it's easy to miss the connection. This is not a big problem as long as you don't miss the last train for that day, as usually you can just hop on the next train - when that happens I usually walk down to the office to confirm.

Re: Buying ICE/Train ticket @ Frankfurt

by Turtleshell

> 1) You can't buy tickets on the train.

From what I know, you can buy tickets on IC or ICE trains if you are willing to pay extra handling fee. Note I did not include regional trains.

I'd suggest to book online.

Re: Buying ICE/Train ticket @ Frankfurt

by leics

Booking online is a good idea if you can find cheap fares (which are only available in advance, and limited), but it does limit you to the train for which you have booked. If you or your flight is delayed and you miss the train I am not sure if you can get a refund for the cheapest fares, and you will thus have to pay more (if not buy a new ticket altogether) for a later train.

The Frankfurt airport railway station is clearly signed within the airport, and there are ticket machines with English language options as well as a ticket office with English-speaking staff. You will have no difficulty in finding the station or obtaining tickets.

My preferred bahn.de link is:

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

which will not only give you all train times and fares but also tell you exactly which platform the train will arrive at/leave from and how long you have to make any changes. Click 'show details for all' to see this information. Enter Frankfurt Flughafen into the searchbox to ensure that you get train times from the airport station.

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It's traditionally served in a pitcher made of gray clay and decorated with blue glaze designs.

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This years race will take place on 14 September 2003 and starts at 5pm Everyone can join the race. I think you can also sign up on the day of the race. After I missed it last year I definitely want to run this time.
It is a 5 km run as well as a 5 km walk. Don't forget your running shoes :-)))

Rothschild Park

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The easiest way to get there is by cycling from the suburb of Höchst. Take the Main ferry in Höchst, then turn left until you get to a bridge, turn sharp right there and follow the green bicycle signs from here.

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Address: Ostendstrasse 24-26, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60314, Germany