Right in the very heart of lively Frankfurt, this superior 5 star Top Secret Hotel stands out above the rest by providing guests with world-class hospitality, service in a refined setting. The elegant property offers a series of luxury amenities for business and leisure travellers alike, from a business centre with meeting rooms and executive lounge, to a state-of-the-art fitness centre with indoor pool and sauna. All guests are more than welcome to make use of the WiFi, onsite parking, and laundry and shoe shine services during their stay. Relax and unwind in the club lounge and lobby bar before heading back to the privacy of your well-appointed guest room where you will be met with air-conditioning, LCD television, and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. Grab this fantastic deal in an elegant hotel today!
Shopaholics will love the location of the hotel, being that it is just a stone’s throw from the shopping mile Zeil. Business travellers will enjoy the convenience and ease of getting to the nearby financial district and also the option for car rental at the reception desk, should you require it to get around the city. Frankfurt International Airport is an easy and quick journey away, as is the historic centre, where the Roemer (city hall) and many of the restaurants, bars and cafes reside.
If you are keen to experience a spot of natural beauty and breathe some fresh air, away from the busy centre, a walk along the River Main is a charming pastime, especially in the summer months. The green spaces along the banks are a perfect place to stop for a picnic or play ball games with the kids before refuelling at one of the nearby restaurants or cafes. If you’re here in the winter instead, head over to the Ice skating rink, where you can have ago on the ice yourself or sit back and watch the professionals instead in a game of ice hockey.
Just a short walk from the hotel and near to the old Römer Square, St. Pauls Church (or Paulskirche in German) is a stunning and historically significant building that once acted as the seat for the first democratically elected parliament in Germany. Unfortunately the building was destroyed during the II World War but was quickly rebuilt in 1945, albeit with a different interior, so is still an interesting place to visit as a memorial site. Today the church is also used for hosting events and award ceremonies, such as the famous annual German Book Trade.
Have a pleasant trip to the fantastic city of Frankurt!