Frankfurt Am Main, Germany Hotels
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Welcome to Frankfurt! This bustling German city hosts countless tourists and businesspeople every year. Because Frankfurt has so much going for it, you might suspect that finding cheap lodging there is next to impossible. Think again. You can stay with a name you know when you get a deal at a chain hotel like Tryp by Wyndham, or you can score a good price on a personality-filled boutique hotel like the four-star Hotel Gerbermühle. Affordable accommodations abound in Frankfurt.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

Points of Interest in Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
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Hotel Cult
Hotel Cult
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3.9
Offenbacher Landstr. 56, Frankfurt
from $51
Frankfurt Marriott Hotel
Frankfurt Marriott Hotel
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4.2
Hamburger Allee 2, Frankfurt
from $95
Mercure Hotel & Residenz Frankfurt Messe
Mercure Hotel & Residenz Frankfurt Messe
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3.8
Voltastr. 29, Frankfurt
from $56
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
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4.3
Am Kaiserplatz Bethmannstraße 33, Frankfurt
from $178
Fleming's Deluxe Hotel Frankfurt-City
Fleming's Deluxe Hotel Frankfurt-City
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4.0
Eschenheimer Tor 2, Frankfurt
from $123
The Pure
The Pure
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4.3
Niddastrasse 86, Frankfurt
from $75
Hotel Zeil
Hotel Zeil
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3.6
Zeil 12, Frankfurt am Main
from $53
Admiral Hotel
Admiral Hotel
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3.4
Hoelderlinstrasse 25, Frankfurt
from $47
Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt
Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt
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4.1
Wiesenhuettenplatz 28-38, Frankfurt
from $114
Concorde Hotel
Concorde Hotel
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4.3
Karlstr. 9, Frankfurt
from $66
More About Frankfurt Am Main, Germany Hotels...

Visit at the End of Winter

Frankfurt sees most of its crowds in the summer, when school is out and sunshine invites travel. November and December also see throngs of people enter the city to enjoy the annual Christmas Market, so if you can put off your visit until after the winter holidays, you're in for cheaper hotel rates and more room to breathe. Because Frankfurt has a temperate climate, you don't have to worry much about inclement weather when you visit in the affordable months of January, February, and March.

Try to avoid visiting Frankfurt during its major festivals. The Frankfurt Motor Show, which happens once every two years in September, and the annual October Book Fair both draw big crowds and drive up hotel rates.

Neighborhoods of Different Flavors

Budget-conscious visitors can take in the wonders of the city without abusing their wallets. Save on transportation costs by staying close to the part of the city that appeals most to you. Love window shopping? Stay downtown so you can walk to Zeil, Frankfurt's premier shopping area. Hotel Zeil and Grand Hotel Dream Frankfurt City are both affordable options.

If you want to surround yourself with some of Frankfurt's oldest and most charming architecture, book a hotel in Westend such as Turm Hotel or the luxurious Hotel Liebig. Westend is conveniently close to the city center but offers a quieter atmosphere.

Many of Frankfurt's museums are in the Sachsenhausen neighborhood (which is also famous for its historic pubs). Hotel Cult is a new hotel in the area and offers cheap rates.

Take the S-Bahn from the Airport

Flights to Frankfurt are constantly coming and going, as are trains to and from the airport. Some hotels, including The Pure and Admiral Hotel, offer shuttle service, but if yours doesn't, your best bet to get to the city center is via S-Bahn. It is about a 15-minute ride and costs less than 5 euros per adult.

Hostel Hospitality in Frankfurt

Staying in one of Frankfurt's many hostels is a sure way to score a wallet win. You won't find many cheap hotels in Frankfurt city center, but you will find the affordable United Hostel and the Frankfurt Hostel along with several others. Hostels are scarcer near the airport, but you can find a few in that area as well.

Stop by the Tourist Information Center

Frankfurt sits on the river Main, has a tall skyline, and is home of the German Stock Exchange, earning it the nickname "Mainhatten." Sound intimidating? Don't sweat it. There are some handy resources you can use to take the stress out of your trip. The S-Bahn will get you from the airport to Central Station, where a tourist information office awaits. To help you make the most of your stay, you can also download helpful apps for your phone, such as Frankfurt Guide and Cool Frankfurt.

Whatever your reason for visiting Frankfurt, a trip to this modern German city is sure to find a permanent place in your memory. For a good deal on a memorable European getaway, book a hotel through Hipmunk today.

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