Hotels in Frankfurt, Germany
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Hilton Frankfurt City Centre0.41 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Frankfurt City Centre0.52 miles
Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Centre East1.23 miles
Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Centre Messe1.37 miles
DoubleTree by Hilton Frankfurt Niederrad3.10 miles
Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt Airport5.54 miles
Hilton Frankfurt Airport6.27 miles
Hilton Garden Inn Frankfurt Airport6.33 miles
Hilton Mainz19.43 miles
Hilton Mainz City19.94 miles
Top Frankfurt Hotels to See “Mainhattan”
Frankfurt is a bustling central German city anchored by the beautiful Main River. Full of museums, historical landmarks and modern attractions, it draws visitors from around the world hoping to experience the rich culture and fascinating history. We have the best hotels in Frankfurt for your adventures in Germany, with incredible service and world-class amenities.
Frankfurt Hotels Where History Comes Alive
Located in the heart of the Römerplatz square in Old Town, the medieval Römer is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. It once served as Frankfurt’s official city hall, spanning three stories and more than 100,000 square feet. Today, it’s a popular event venue and ceremonial attraction and an even more popular neo-Gothic backdrop for a picture-perfect snap of classic Frankfurt. Römerplatz is also home to other famous traditional buildings and it all centers around the Fountain of Justice, dedicated to the goddess Justitia who strikes an impressive stance with her scale and sword as the city’s oldest fountain.
The Gothic-style Frankfurt Cathedral, also known as Saint Bartholomew Cathedral, is the largest religious building in the city and was a former election and coronation church of the Holy Roman Empire. Today, it is a symbol of national unity, and its origins date back to the 7th century. Visit to see the cathedrals art, tombs and Gloriosa, the second heaviest bell in all of Germany. St Paul's Church is another significant landmark and is a former Protestant church in Frankfurt now used for national assemblies. Here, the Frankfurt Parliament convened in the 1800s as the first publicly and freely-elected German legislative body. Our downtown Frankfurt hotels place you within walking distance of all of the must-see attractions around the city.
Hotels in Frankfurt to Reach New Heights
Goethe House and Goethe Museum are dedicated to the life and works of German Johann Wolfgang Goethe. See his childhood home that showcases painting galleries, period furniture and artifacts. This is where Goethe wrote some of his most famous pieces, and visitors can experience the immersive and authentic life of one of the country’s most prolific poets. The Goethe Museum is also where you’ll find a massive astronomical clock dating to 1746 with revolving rings that show the date, time, moon phases, and sun position in the form of zodiac signs. From old to new, Frankfurt indeed boasts it all, and Main Tower is no exception. An iconic staple on the city’s skyline, Main Tower stretches stories and is more than 700 feet tall. As the 4th tallest building in Germany, the rooftop observation deck is a must-see attraction offering breathtaking views of the surrounding city below.
Plan Your Vacation at the Best Frankfurt Hotels
No trip to town is complete without exploring Frankfurt’s expansive stretch of 12 museums called Museumsufer. This rich and varied collection truly offers something for everyone in your group to enjoy. From larger grand museums to small and intimate galleries, both the north and south side of the river bank are lined with fascinating places to discover. The German Architecture Museum showcases the innovation and history of some of the country's most famed buildings. The Städel Museum boasts an array of artwork ranging from the 14th century, Renaissance era, the Baroque and present-day masterpieces. And the Senckenberg Museum of National History has more than 35 dinosaurs, plant and animal dioramas and coral reef exhibits. You could spend a few hours or several days taking in the sights and sounds of Museumsufer, but either way, you’re sure to have an amazing time. For some family-friendly adventures, be sure to visit The Frankfurt Zoological Garden. Featuring more than 4,500 animals and 500 species, there are wild things to see and do around every corner. It’s the second oldest zoo in Germany and lets you get up close and personal with lions, giraffes, monkeys, and so much more. With all there is to see and do, let us host you at our top hotels in Frankfurt for unforgettable memories in the gem of Germany.
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