Frankfurt is home to Germany’s largest stock exchange, the German Federal Bank, the European Central Bank and some of Europe’s largest corporations. It is one of the few European cities with a skyline dominated by skyscrapers and modern architecture, yet is also has some parts that give it the feel of “Old World Germany.”
As I was planning a business trip to Frankfurt, I couldn’t really find any type of guide regarding where to stay or what to do, so I thought I would provide some insight based on my experience in Frankfurt.
With respect to hotels, I am very “Points Oriented” so I generally stay at a hotel that allows me to either earn or use points, but at the same time I love hotels in general, especially luxury hotels, so I also like to check out some of the other great hotels in a city where points might not be an option. Below you will find my recommendations of hotels as well as some recommendations on where to eat and drink.
The three key things I look for in a hotel are the quality of the hotel itself, 먹튀검증 the amenities it offers and its location. As far as location goes, there are three things you want to be near in Frankfurt:
1. Shopping on Goethestrasse (“Goethe Street” it’s the 5th Avenue of Frankfurt),
2. Römerberg (A.K.A. Römerberg Square – The most beautiful square in Frankfurt, especially during December with the Christmas Market), and
3. Sachsenhausen (One of Frankfurt’s most historic streets with timber framed buildings, restaurants, bars and nightclubs)
Hotels for those who want to earn or use “Points”:
1. The Westin Grand Frankfurt
Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse 7, 60313
The Westin Grand Frankfurt is located right in the heart of the city and within short walking distance of the historic center, shopping district and financial district. In my opinion it has the best location of the “point earning” hotels in Frankfurt. The hotel has 371 rooms, including 18 suites, all of which have Westin’s trademark Heavenly Beds and Heavenly Showers as well as a marble bathrooms.
As far as restaurants and amenities go, the Westin Grand Frankfurt offers two Asian restaurants. Restaurant san san offers Chinese cuisine and Sushimoto offers Japanese cuisine and Sushi. A Breakfast buffet is served at the Restaurant Motions and there is a lobby bar/cafe called Arabella bar & lounge which provides coffee, cake, cocktails and a business lunch.