We stayed here one night before catching a flight back to the US. Very happy we did. The price is not cheap but the service of the staff and quality of the breakfast helped justify the cost. Also the top floor bar was excellent with a fantastic view of the city.
We had the basic room type, comfort double and it was good. A little small but fine for an overnight stay. If staying for longer I'd certainly recommend going with a bigger room.
Stayed at the panoramic suite with dad
-5-10 min walk to main shopping areas and restaurants
>>Zargas is approx 10-15 min walk away
>>Zenzakan is approx 15-20 min walk away
-Modern, well appointed rooms.
-Large selection of TV channels including Chinese language channels like CCTV and English channels like Film 4
-Front desk staff and concierge staff were courteous, friendly and helpful (some of them actually make the effort to remember your name and greet you whenever they bump into you)
-umbrellas are readily provided at the concierge for guest use
-handling of check in luggages (waited for several hours and, had to call guest services a few times before luggage was delivered)
-Cleaning up of rooms (used cups were left uncleared after morning clean-up)
-could provide international plug adaptors in the rooms
Traveller from Singapore
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Stayed here 4 nights for business in Frankfurt Location is ideally located near Ziel (main shopping street), and lots of stores, restaurants, etc. Conveniently located near major subway station (ease to get around town, to convention center, and to airport).
Hotel was excellent no complaints what so ever my only gripe was that I asked to buy the Frankfurt card in the hotel and they directed me to the station were I had to purchase it ,I have stayed in other hotels were you can buy the Frankfurt card,the Hilton should sell the Frankfurt card .
The hotel is very clean. They have a cool concept for the rooms. It is within walking distance to the UBahn. We did not take breakfast as we considered 18 euro per person was expensive. We would definitely go back!
This hotel is in a pretty good location. We paid a lot for what was a bit disappointing. The staff was nice, the hotel and rooms are clean, and it is newly renovated. It is not, however, a 4 star hotel. I would recommend it if it were less expensive.
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.