Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 out of 5
60% of guests recommend
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from State College

for the youth hostel crowd only

Posted Jul 16, 2009 on Hotels.com
Let me start with the positives: 1) the hotel was the cheapest I could find in downtown Frankfurt at this time of the year; 2) its location near the train station is extremely convenient; 3) the staff tries to be helpful, and all seem to know English (I used German with them); and 4) it has FREE wireless that worked just great; 5) my room was small, but neat and very clean. Now the negatives: 1) the price was still way more than reasonable for a hostel with this degree of "service" and amenities; 2) it is located in the middle of a red-light district--just passing by the dregs of humanity out on the street every day as I left and approached the hotel was enough to ruin my stay; 3) due to its location, the noise level from the street at night is very high; 4) it seems to be in rather poor physical condition. One day the elevator was broken, the next a toilet overflowed and wetted the carpet in my room. The elevator is very strange and small; barely three people can fit; 5) they ask for a 20 euro deposit for your room key. This was extremely inconvenient to me, since I went directly to the airport from the hotel and was forced either to spend the 20 euros on stupid stuff at the airport, or take it home with me. (I don't recall seeing this condition in the hotels.com description; I was really taken aback.) Some other "fun" features of this hotel: no television in the rooms; I don't recommend their breakfast at 3.50 euros--the bread was stale and you had to make your own instant coffee; there is no linen change service. I used the same towel for five days and made my own bed every night.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from USA

Great Hostel

Posted Jun 26, 2009 on Hotels.com
Had a great time during my short stay in Frankfurt and much of it was due to the help that the staff at easybed24 gave me. It's a pretty crazy area of Frankfurt so it's good to listen to the locals. I hope I get the chance to return someday.
3 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from MIssion Hill S.D.

Quirky , but noisey

Posted Nov 13, 2008
The hotel is conveniently located near the train station (where we arrived) and works well for taking the train to the airport as well. It is in an area of town that has its seedier side, but we felt safe there. It is an older hotel with its quirks (small elevator, blinds that only came within 18" of the bottom of the windows, and an unusual hot water system). but overall was fine for its price. However, we were there on a Friday and a Saturday night, and slept very little----noisy neighbors with singing and doors banging----and no effort on the part of mangement to keep noise down. We would probably go back, unless a hotel in that area of the city was available for about the same price.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Clean and Inexpensive, but some problems

Posted Oct 20, 2008 on Hotels.com
Easybed24 was very clean and compared to other hotels in Frankfurt, the price was good (although I found the hotels in Frankfurt to be very overpriced). The rooms are very simple with single beds that were more like cots than beds. The rooms were very clean, although some items in the room were in disrepair, most notably the luggage racks. The problems that we faced included loud neighbors and the questionable neighborhood. When booking the hotel, I was aware that it was in Frankfurt's red light district, but all the reviews said that this was not much of a problem as the area seemed very safe. I didn't feel quite as safe. I never felt threatened, but it seemed that things could easily get out of hand. There were often large groups of men standing on the sidewalks near the hotel. My husband was approached by hawkers as we walked down the street together. The Easybed24 doesn't have a door that it's customer's can open from outside. You must wait for the front desk worker to open the door for you from inside the hotel. Once in the hotel, there was so much activity in the hallway of our floor at 11pm that it seemed like some of the red light folks were using the Easybed24 for some of their "business." Even though I had to go to the bathroom badly at 2am, I decided to hold it until morning because I didn't feel comfortable going out into the hallway in the middle of the night. In the morning the bathrooms were constantly in use. At one point, I walked in on some guy who was sitting on the toilet because he didn't lock the bathroom door. I did not feel comfortable showering there and the bathroom floors were dirty from others who showered earlier. We used the EasyBed24 as a one night stop before our flight out of Frankfurt. It was conveniently located near the train station and served the purpose we wanted, but I did not feel very comfortable there.
3 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Miami, Florida

Plain but clean hotel

Posted May 17, 2008
This hotel is very plain. Industrial carpet, plain furniture. There is no air conditioning in the rooms. It does however have big windows that can be opened. The hotel was kept very clean at all times(all areas). I was especially impressed at how clean they kept the community bathroom. There was one dity item. The chair in my room had a dirty cushion. The only problem I had with the bathroom was a partially clogged shower drain. The staff was helpful. I was able to borrow an iron, and they provided wake-up service when I needed it. Bring your own wash cloth. They only provide a towel. No adapters are provided. No television unless you pay extra. Location is right in the red light district. If you want to be in the middle of all of the red light district action, this is the place for you. Hotel is 3 short blocks from the main train station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof). This is the train station that links the high speed trains to the rest of Europe. It is also a subway/metro station. Fair of metro/subway from Frankfurt Airport to Hauptbanhof station is 3.60 Euros as of May 16, 2008. It is 15 minutes from the Frankfurt airport. The pictures on the websight of this hotel look a little better than the hotel looks in person. It is acceptable for those on a budget.