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Popular with young travellers (and families, too), this lively, 200-bed establishment is a great place to meet other travellers...
Friendly, bright, quiet and Italian-run, this 31-room gem, in a late 19th-century building with high ceilings, is just three blocks north along Bahnhofstrasse from the Hauptbahnhof.
Snooze in a Fijian beach shack complete with sandy bay, a woodsy Canadian hunter’s cottage, or a topsy-turvy Down Under room where everything (paintings, doors, bed) is upside down...
Two blocks from Goethe Universität’s new Westend campus, this Italian-run family hotel, in a late 19th-century building, has 19 bright rooms with wood floors and stylish bathrooms. Prices include a buffet breakfast (€15) only on the weekend.
This renowned hostelry has 28 supremely elegant rooms, each unique, and two fine restaurants: St Urban (mains cost €14.80 to €23...
Facing the Rathaus in the prettiest part of town, the half-timbered Römerkrug is run by three generations of a friendly local family. The 10 rooms, including three under ancient roof beams, have an antique feel...
A family-run hotel whose 15 attractive rooms come with modern styling, TV and hairdryers. Has a cute breakfast room with white tablecloths and red candles.
Built in 1901 in the sumptuous style of the Renaissance, this 173-room hotel offers 1st-class elegance plus pool, sauna, steam bath, fitness gadgets and, often, live lobby music in the evenings. Faces Friedrichsplatz.
Behind a light-green facade, this 197-room place offers excellent value, with a free business centre, free landline phone calls throughout Germany, and free coffee, tea, fruit and cakes in the lobby.
Hotel Goldene Rose
In a great location at the western end of the Hauptstrasse. The 37 rooms are compact but quiet, attractive and especially well-kept. Wheelchair-accessible.
Hotel Goldener Falke
Expect a heartfelt welcome at this spruced-up hotel on Marktplatz. Sleek rooms come with flat-screen TVs, gleaming bathrooms and features like slanted wood beams. Light sleepers should forego views for a quieter back room.
Hotel Hamburger Hof
A practical hotel with a spiffy white-and-maroon lobby and 66 comfortable rooms.
Hotel Zum Pfalzgrafen
Chalk-white walls and polished pine floors keep the rooms bright and breezy at this family-run place.
The lobby is modest but upstairs the 60 rooms are attractive and very spacious. Very near the train station. Excellent value.
Hotel Am Triller
This 110-room boutique hotel, on a quiet street uphill from Schlossplatz, has artsy public areas, creatively ultramodern rooms and an organic restaurant. The website offers discounts...
Hotel Villa Hügel
A stylish, 33-room hillside villa where you can begin the day with Sekt (sparkling wine) at a lavish breakfast buffet and end it luxuriating in the 12m indoor pool and Finnish sauna...
Parkhotel Prinz Carl
Housed in handsome barracks built – and built to last – during the reign of the last Kaiser, this place has 90 pastel rooms that are spacious, comfortable and businesslike...
A hotel has stood on this spot next to the Dom – an unbeatable location – since the Middle Ages, once hosting emperors, kings and councillors...
Steigenberger Hotel Metropolitan
One of Frankfurt's newer five-stars, the Metropolitan can't be beaten for location or convenience - guests are even provided with a free city travel pass on arrival...
An ultrastylish business hotel whose 27 rooms, equipped with huge bathrooms, are sleek, spacious and more than a little romantic.
You'll have trouble beating this price for this location, right on Frankfurt's main shopping street the Zeil, and a stone's throw from most of the city's other attractions...
Ibis Frankfurt Centrum
You won’t be swinging cats in the rooms of this 233-room chain hotel, but they are bright and some have nice views to the river or the quiet yard. An electronic scoreboard out front shows the day’s prices...