RecommendedRoom lists the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Frankfurt as recommended by the most popular travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see are aggregated from several platforms and are always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.
Officially known as the City of Frankfurt am Main, the city is the largest in the German state of Hesse. Formerly a city-state, the city lost its sovereignty in the year 1866. The city is a culturally diverse one with almost half of the population having a migration background. Frankfurt is an alpha global city and a global center for commerce, culture, education, transportation, and tourism. For finance, Frankfurt is the center of finance for the continent of Europe. Within the city, several headquarters of famous, renowned and large banks are situated in the city. Also, several cloud and fintech startups are present in the city.
Frankfurt is an investment base with numerous automotive, technology and research services, consulting, media and creative industries located in the city. Frankfurt is home to some of the largest in the world; the world’s largest trade fair, the world’s largest motor show and the world’s largest book fair. The city also has the world’s largest internet exchange point.
The city is renowned for its cultural venues and concert hall which include Europe’s largest English theatre, many museums, and the Schin art venue. Frankfurt is indeed a city of spectacle.
“Among Hotel Gerbermühle’s selling points is its fine dining restaurant (mains from €19.50) that combines local food (beef tartare, wiener schnitzel with cranberries) with international classics (chicken in calvados sauce). It is on the river and has great views of the city skyline.”
“With its glass tower and shiny saddleback roof, the 28-story Jumeirah holds its own among the architectural icons of downtown. Overlooking the Zeil pedestrian precinct and a seven-minute walk from Goethstrasse, the Jumeirah boasts a best of Frankfurt location for a shopping expedition.”
“The Libertine Lindenberg in the city’s unrushed Alt-Sachsenhausen district is a new, well-priced all-suite hotel that feels genuinely different. It does away with the traditional reception desk – who needs ’em? – and focuses on home-from-home design, hand-made furnishings and a communal living room-cum-cafe. There’s even an in-house recording studio.“
Featured in The Guardian’s 20 great hotels to stay in Germany in 2016.
”This branch of the boutique chain is known as “Levi’s Hotel” in honour of its next-door neighbour – the German HQ of Levi Strauss – and comes with an assortment of rooms in different shades of blue.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Frankfurt.
“Right next to the river lies Hotel Nizza, built in 1993 for hosting actors and artists performing in the city. The style is somewhere between minimalist and eccentric, with some great antique furniture details, a pool and billiard room and a roof garden to relax.”
“Located in Frankfurt’s Bockenheim district, the Robert Mayer blends Bohemian vibes and modern technology in a small, comfortable hotel that’s Frankfurt’s best value. Local artists were commissioned to design each of the 12 guest rooms inside this early 20th-century townhouse.”