Picked out of Expedia 'pot luck' draw - where you don't know what you are going to get - just ten days before Texprocess trade show at Messe Frankfurt. We were not disappointed, once we had taken a 20 Euro per night business upgrade to a larger room inclusive of mini bar, and got used to showering in a glass box in the middle of the room! Our seven night stay was very comfortable, the breakfast also included, although limited in variety was faultless in quality, and staff very pleasant and helpful. Close to the riverbank, the old town, shop and restaurants, it was nevertheless a stiff walk back with hands full, from Konsrablerwache train stop at the end of each day after standing in the trade show booth - our only moan. The Expedia rate for the seven nights plus our own upgrade, we felt was good value in an expensive city such as Frankfurt.
The checkin process was quick and effiencient but checking out was impossible as I found a queue of 30 people so I left without checking out properly - I am now waiting for my invoice but nothing as yet. I have emailed the hotel too but heard nothing.
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NH Frankfurt-City is a modern 4 star hotel located in the city centre of Frankfurt. Close to the financial district, the …More
This small hotel is located in down town, right by the main pedestrian 'high street' shopping district in Frankfurt. Very close to a tube station. Easy reach from the airport: 17m ride with the S9 line or 25m taxi ride (expect around €35). The hotel is ideal for a 'zen, no-frills' type of traveler that only needs an affordable, comfortable and clean room. Still the room had wi-fi, a mini-bar, TV, hairdryer, etc.
I booked a triple room for two nights over the weekend. One of my friend came over from Amsterdam by train and we arrived by plain but we did not have any problems to find the hotel, it isn’t far from the city centre, it is clean, nothing fancy but confortable. There a few places near the hotel where you can have a nice breakfast.
The only thing I can say that I was disappointed with this hotel was the cleaning of my room. I stayed for 6 nights. I found a black plastic price tag in between my sheets. It was my tag but you would think they would notice it. Also they didn't sweep the bathroom floor once. There were 2 things on the floor in the same spot all week. The shower however was spotless everyday.
If your room rate doesn't include breakfast, the breakfast buffet will run you 33 Euros each. Go to the restaurant across the street. It was a fantastic breakfast for 17 Euros for TWO people.
We had booked a Rhine tour through the hotel and the tour did not receive the confirmation and did not pick us up. We gave the Hilton 20 Euros for the transportation which we did not get back. We ended up taking a taxi to the tour office. The Hilton did arrange for the tour bus to wait for us and to drop us off at the hotel on the way back. Do not book a tour through the hotel. The left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing.
Free Wifi in the lobby but in reality you just need to stand close to your room door and you will get wifi.
All in all a great hotel where everyone speaks English. Subway right in front will take you anywhere in Frankfurt for 2.75 Euros.
A restored medieval district located on the Main River's northern bank, Frankfurt's Old Town features gabled townhouses from the 15th century and the central Romerberg Square. The Romer, Frankfurt's historic town hall, continues to draw thousands for annual special events, as it has since the Middle Ages. The ancient Frankfurt Cathedral's gothic clock tower looms over the city's smallest district.