Welcome to Mainhattan
We extend a warm welcome to our affordable B&B Hotel, in the finance and conferencing centre of Frankfurt am Main. Experience the versatile and interesting Main metropolis with its impressive skyline, idyllic Ebbelwoi pubs and historic attractions. The birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe has much to offer in terms of cultural attractions. There are countless museums and galleries, as well as a vibrant nightlife with various clubs and bars to visit.
Hotel in Frankfurt – Modern living in the financial city
Frankfurt am Main is one of the most important metropolises in Germany and one of the largest in Europe. The city is known for its banks, but also for its large number of museums and cultural institutions. The city looks young, but has a long history. From the outside, Frankfurt am Main seems to be striving for modernity, and although this is true, there are still many historic buildings and historic villages in Frankfurt. Because already by the Middle Ages the city had the reputation of a cosmopolitan city, the impulsive skyline continues this to this day.
Overnight stays in Frankfurt – the fascination of the cosmopolitan skyline
Frankfurt am Main is an international collection point for trade, culture, progress, tourism, and transport. It was a city-state of its own for almost five centuries and was also the place of imperial coronations at that time in the Holy Roman Empire. It lost its sovereignty for the first time in 1815 and lost it again in 1866 when it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia. Today, Frankfurt is a world-famous financial and trade fair city, although the shadow of the high-rise buildings also reflects the diverse history of the city and its contrasts.
Both our B&B Hotel Frankfurt-Hbf and our B&B Hotel Frankfurt City-Ost; are located in the immediate vicinity of the city center. Air conditioning is also included in the room facilities. Furthermore, we offer our guests free highspeed Wi-Fi access, as well as daily use of Sky TV.
Cultural scene Frankfurt – Diversity moves the metropolis
Frankfurt am Main offers an impressive cultural scene with over 40 museums and exhibition rooms, over 60 theatres, independent theatre groups and one of the most important opera houses in Europe. The Frankfurt Opera is the leading opera house in Germany and one of the most important opera houses in the world.
Frankfurt is a young, lively city where conviviality and nightlife are very popular. Sachsenhausen, Bockenheim, Bornheim and the Nordend in the city centre are popular and famous districts with many different restaurants and culinary delights. Of course, such an international metropolis as Frankfurt has a vibrant and driving nightlife. Various clubs and bars attract tourists every evening in droves, and celebrate exuberant Frankfurt nights together. The many trendy districts live from their cultural diversity and so the nights in the Rhine-Main metropolis are often colorful.
From Frankfurt Airport to the city centre
Not far from Frankfurt Airport you will find available B&B accommodation. Our B&B Hotel Frankfurt-Airport, is located just a few minutes' drive from the airport and the city centre. Our reception in the Airport-Hotel is staffed 24/7 for you. Parking facilities as well as air-conditioned rooms, free high-speed Wi-Fi, and access to Sky TV.
Activities in Frankfurt – explore the Rhein-Main area
Whether for a short stopover, attending an international sporting event, or a weekend of luxury shopping, Frankfurt am Main is a relaxed, walkable city that's home to an international community.
Stroll the cobblestone streets of Frankfurt's reconstructed medieval Old Town and explore a variety of beautiful green spaces, including the Botanical Garden and the Palm Garden, Germany's largest urban forest. Relaxation comes first here. The subtropical gardens hardly give the impression that they are located in Germany.
In addition to city life, Frankfurt also has a lot of relaxation and wellness to offer. The Rhein-Main-Therme, is a wellness area for the whole family. On the other side of the river, at the most important junction of the German motorway network and connected by several high-speed lines and the busiest airport in Germany on the outskirts of the city, Frankfurt is one of the most important transport hubs in Europe. The city on the Main is the financial and transport centre of Germany.
From the airport to Frankfurt city centre
The S7, S8, S9 and the S-Bahn Frankfurt-Niederrad all have one station at the airport station. All major airlines and airline alliances fly to Frankfurt and connect the city with all inhabited continents and major cities in the world. Frankfurt is one of the most diverse German cities. The B&B Hotel Frankfurt Niederrad offers you the opportunity to use these connections. From the busy Frankfurt Airport, you are only a few minutes away from Frankfurt city center.
History and modernity – Frankfurt shows how to combine both
Since the ninth century, the cobbled squares of the old town have been the centre of the city of more than 700,000 inhabitants in the Rhine-Main area. Many of the city's most important events took place here, from imperial elections and medieval knightly battles to public executions and Christmas markets. The historic imperial city, which can be found on the opposite side of the Main, is world-famous for its variety of galleries for art, science and cultural history.
Hotels in Frankfurt – stay outside the city
Are you looking for an available hotel in Frankfurt-West or a hotel in Frankfurt Nord?
With our two B&B hotels, we cover both districts and are happy to welcome you! All our rooms are pet friendly and if you travel to us by car, you can park your vehicle in our hotel's own parking lots. In your room there is a hairdryer, free Wi-Fi and access to Sky TV.
Frankfurt's sights – A city full of possibilities
A detailed list of Frankfurt attractions can also be found on this page. Sometimes the Eschenheimer Turm is an interesting place to go for history lovers. The red sandstone cathedral dedicated to St. Bartholomew is also an historic building.
The city is also known for the production of high-quality sausages, especially the "Frankfurter" and the internationally renowned Frankfurt Central Station, which receives new international visitors every day. Around the main station, the urban life of Frankfurt is apparent and not only brings desire for shopping and entertainment, but also invites you to culinary experiments in international restaurants.