Best Luxury Hotels In Frankfurt

Perhaps best known for its sausages (frankfurters), this German city also has the claim to fame of being the birthplace of writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (you can visit the Goethe House Museum, his former home while you’re in town). Many visitors come for the picturesque Christmas markets or for business, as the city has long been a hub of industry and a technological innovator. You’ll find an abundance of flights to and from here — it has the third largest airport in Europe, along with excellent rail connections across the mainland — making travel arrangements a breeze.

Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof

Dating back to 1876, this 303-bedroom hotel spread over six floors is somewhat of a grande dame in the city. A fountain outside and a gleaming lobby with chandeliers inside, greet arriving guests. The Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof’s Restaurant Francais is Michelin-starred, with a terrace open during warmer months, plus there’s Breeze by Lebua serving Pan-Asian food, a cigar lounge, a cocktail bar and a further restaurant, Hofgarten. The in-house spa at the five-star residence is huge, with a private suite for couples, a hammam and a fitness area. Its central location ensures all the major sites are walkable.

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JW Marriott Frankfurt

Found in the district of Zeil, JW Marriott’s location is ideal for those wishing to indulge in some retail therapy, as well as being under half a mile away from historic attractions. Its design has been inspired by the concept of mindfulness, encouraging a meditative ambience. Its restaurant, Max On One, has an open show kitchen, while its Ember Bar & Lounge is the place for a quick snack or some caffeine. Serene, modern bedrooms provide floor-to-ceiling views across the city’s skyline. And there’s a Fitness First gym and pool for those wishing to take some exercise (available to those aged 14 and over).

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