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Stefan Ziemus


Stefan Ziemus

Chief Concierge 496926052355

Welcome To Frankfurt

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the InterContinental Frankfurt. My team and I will be happy to assist you in any way to ensure that you enjoy your stay to the fullest.

International flair and regional traditions – Welcome to Frankfurt. All around the InterContinental Frankfurt are striking contrasts for which the city is known: towering skyscrapers next to cosy pubs, a global financial centre minutes from the old town’s village charm and exclusive shopping streets adjacent to historic churches and museums. St Paul’s Church, the Römer and Frankfurt Cathedral are just steps away.




Start your day with a walk along the river Main, which flows directly behind the InterContinental Frankfurt. Follow the river to the Roemerberg, the central square in the picturesque Old Town where you will find Frankfurt's City Hall, the Roemer. Continue walking to the Paulsplatz, where you will find the beautifully restored birthplace of Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Germany's famous writer and poet. A little further up the road you will find Cafe Karin. It's a colourful place offering a wide breakfast selection, fresh cakes and smaller snacks throughout the day. Local artists show examples of their artwork there.


Discover the "Kleinmarkthalle" - Frankfurt's best location for buying fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, meat and a great variety of exotic foods. Enjoy a delicious snack at one of the unique market stands. From there it's only a short and pleasant walk to the "Alte Oper" (old opera house) where you can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with your cake on the terrace of the restaurant Opera. Enjoy the stunning view of Frankfurt's famous skyline from this unusual location. Frankfurt's nickname, 'Mainhattan', is a good indication of what to expect.


Enjoy an all-inclusive evening in one spot: The Tigerpalast. It's a spectacular variety theatre run by Johnny Klinke, a local celebrity. Begin your evening with a luxurious dinner in their Michelin-starred restaurant. Afterwards, watch the show featuring international artists and acrobats, then discuss the highlights in their cosy bar. As it is a very popular location and not easy to get seats especially during the peak season, please contact us and we would be happy to make a reservation for you.




Don't be afraid to ask people questions in English as most Germans speak adequate English and like to practise with native speakers when they get the chance.


In Germany, service tip is included in the bill, but it is always appreciated to honour good service in the form of an additional tip. In restaurants, could apply the 5-10% rule.

St. Bartholomaeus Cathedral

If you are interested in visiting the cathedral, please make sure to wear smart attire.



The history of this local almond and marzipan delicacy dates back to the early 19th century. It's named after city councillor Simon Moritz von Bethmann. The three almonds symbolise his three sons.

Lohrberger Hang

The viniculture at the hills of the Lohrberg is dating back to the 9th century. Nowadays, the Lohrberger Hang is the last vineyard in Frankfurt. The wine is used and sold at Frankfurt's city hall the "Roemer". Enjoy a magnificent view of Frankfurt and the Rhein/Main region from the wine yard hills.


Enjoy a thrilling night out at the Tigerpalast, where you can enjoy a magnificent vaudeville show with a live orchestra and international artists.



It is recommended to exchange some money before you leave home, just enough to cover airport incidentals and transportation to the hotel. In this way you can avoid the queues at the airport ATMs.


If you want to play golf in Germany, be sure to bring your membership and handicap cards with you.

Clothing - Weather

From September to April, it is recommended to pack warm clothing as well as rainwear as the weather is rather unpredictable during this period.

  • Wilhelm-Leuschner Strasse 43
  • Frankfurt , 60329
  • Germany
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Languages spoken by staff

Afrikaans, Arabic, Czech, German, Greek, English, Finnish, French, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Dutch

Pet Policy

Pets are allowed in the hotel. The pet fee is EUR 30.00 per night.
Pet Fee €30.00 per night
  • Local Time

    10:47 AM
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      3:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available


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