Just an overnight stay for a meeting, so not much chance to appreciate the luxury and service. One of those times when you wish you could stay another 24 hours just to take advantage.
Like many 5 star German places, it feels very formal, but that is part of the charm I suppose.
Easy to get there from the airport, by taxi or train.
Good website, so have a look for more details.
Unique Quality: Luxury and service
Directions: On the edge of the Altstadt
I just stayed at this famous hotel in Frankfurt this month. This is one of the old grand hotels in Frankfurt, and it shows. It has fairly expensive rooms of different sizes. I found the lobby and public areas to be very impressive and the staff was very nice and helpful. The best part is that this hotel is very centrally located. I was there for a trade fair at the Messe which is kinda far but there's the Willy Brant U Bahn stop right outside and getting to Messe is quick and easy once you know what you're doing. Römer is a quick walk away and Sachsenhausen is walkable to get to or a quick cab or U Bahn ride. The one negative was that they still charge for Internet access whereas many, even cheaper, hotels in Europe are offering access for free. They need to catch up. Still, it's a great choice if it's in your budget.
Unique Quality: Has a very nice gym and salon on the top floor.
Directions: Next to Willly Brant U Bahn Stop and next to European Central Bank building.
Between 125 and 500 Euro (Suites, from 1000 Euro up)
Unique Quality: Well, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof ist the best, classical hotel in Frankfurt. It's been there for 125 years, and it's excellence justifies the unfortunately high rate. But during non-fare exibition times, you can overnight there for less than 150 Euro, and if you're lucky and there's a special promotion for that rate you get to eat brunch too, for you and a second person.
Would you know a four to five star hotel near the Xmas marlet, I think it's in the Paulsplatz, I am taking me 2 daughters and myself, so we need to be in a safe and handy area. Thank You.
Can't recommend anywhere specific, as I don't do 4/5* hotels.
www.booking.com is a good and reliable site which will show you each hotel on a zoom-able streetmap of the city centre, so you can work out which one best suits your requirements (and your dates). I've used the site many times, as have other VT-ers.
HRS is an excellent site for booking hotels in Germany, which I've used often. I cannot recommend any hotel in Frankfurt, as I live too close to stay in a hotel there.
The Christmas market is not only near the Paulskirche, but at the Roemer hill right next to it, and also in the main shopping street, the Zeil. There has been some talk of keeping the stalls out of the shopping stret, but I don't think this will start this year.
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
yep, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is the 5* hotel in the city. Just a few minutes walk from Römer where the Christmas market takes place.
Also in the city center next to Konstabler Wache is The Westin Grand Hotel, but not sure if it is also a 5* hotel ....
Enjoy your time in Frankfurt! Have fun!
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Address: Am Kaiserplatz, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60311, Germany