We stayed three days at the Roomers Frankfurt and were impressed with the gym and spa area. The Spa area has outside access and is greatly designed. One word of caution, some guests end up in the Spa area at night and bring drinks (in glasses) with them. I almost stepped in a piece of glass on the floor of the outside area. Very dangerous!
Also, we encountered several spa guests with mobile phones. No "Mobile Device" signs are everywhere although nobody cares. It would be great to enforce this rule better.
We had some issues with the electricity in our original room, although the staff was very accommodating and upgraded us. Nonetheless, the basic rooms are very small.
The hotels main color is black, including the rooms. Make sure you like that kind of ambience, when staying here :-)
Overall, we enjoyed the central location with walking distance to the main river, the museums, theaters and the city center.
Traveller from Portland
Located in Bahnhofsviertel, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of English Theatre, Staedel Museum, and Frankfurt …More
Very convenient to Frankfurt main train station, subway, trams and Hop-On, Hop-Off bus.
Frankfurt Card for 13.50 Euros provides free use of subway, buses, and trams. Also 50% discount to nearly
all museums. Discounts at other attractions and some restaurants. Purchase at Tourist Info at train station and
main square (Romer).
Located in Bahnhofsviertel, this boutique hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Deutsche Bank Twin Towers, Maintower, and …More
My reason for visiting was to attend the Messe Frankfurt. Hotel is conveniently located for this. Breakfast was to standard and the breakfast room was nicely appointed and appeared to be recently decorated.
Traveller from Sydney
Located in Bahnhofsviertel, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Deutsche Bank Twin Towers, Messeturm, and Maintower …More
Our stay at the Savoy in Frankfurt was good. The pool is wonderful--a nice added benefit. It took a while for my female partner to get used to the naked men in the sauna, but it must be the culture! The cost of the internet was 10 euros a day--really high for something that should be a part of every stay. Our door keys needed to be reset every day for some reason. It was very strange. After the first night when the shower drain was clogged, we asked the staff to check the shower. It was a Saturday, but they were able to get it fixed.
The location of the hotel is fantastic as long as you know to stay away from the street with drugs and prostitution. Only made that mis-turn once. The Irish pub around the corner was excellent--highly recommended for anyone who likes beer and good food.
Traveller from Bucharest
This centrally located hotel in Frankfurt is close to the train and metro stations. Main Tower is 0.8 km from the hotel. The …More
The Leonardo is a low budget hotel conveniently located next to the hauptbanhof. The room is tiny but just right for one person and actually quite cozy and comfortable. Definitely a no-frills hotel, ideal for traveling due to its proximity to the station and several other transportation options.
Traveller from Bronx, N.Y.
Located in Bahnhofsviertel, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of English Theatre and Frankfurt Opera House. Staedel …More
Recently I stayed for a week and a half at this hotel. I chose it for both its location and price. I had stayed here previously and was well satisfied that time. I chose this hotel mainly for its location close to the Central Train station, the Frankfurt am Main Hauptbahnhof. As this was a non-Messe period, the price was reasonable. The staff, from the front desk to the maid staff were all quite friendly and helpful. I found my room and the building to be quite clean, but starting to show its age. The facilities were good, especially the in-room safe. However, the light in the bathroom is placed one over the shower and the second light is in front of the mirror/sink area. This places the second light too far back, towards the inside wall, to be useful for anyone shaving in the sink. There is insufficient light there for that purpose, imho. And that leads to the second point: the shower is directly opposite the bathroom door. It is almost impossible to exit the shower, while keeping the wet inside of the shower door within the bathroom and not back into the radiator. Finally, the windows open to a courtyard type area and when open, any noise is amplified up. Despite these minor short comings, I was still pleased with the hotel. I believe it is designed for brief, 1 - 2 night stays, but I was made comfortable over a much longer period by the staff.
Traveller from Canada
Opposite the train station, this hotel is within 0.9 km (0.5 mi) of the Commerzbank Tower, European Central Bank, Deutsche …More