From the North (from Gießen, Kassel, or Hanover):
Take the A5 motorway and turn off at the Frankfurt-West junction
towards the Stadtmitte / Messe (city centre / trade fair centre), pass
the main station until you reach the Baseler Platz. Once here, get
in the right-hand lane, drive around the square, and then turn into
From the South (from Stuttgart, Karlsruhe, or Darmstadt):
Take the A5 motorway and turn off at the Frankfurt-West junction.
Now follow the above directions for “From the North”.
From the East (from Munich, Würzburg, or Aschaffenburg):
Take the A3 motorway and turn off at the Frankfurt-Süd (south)
exit towards the Stadtmitte (city centre); continue along the Kennedyallee
to the Stresemannallee. Turn left and drive over the
“Friedensbrücke” bridge, before taking the 2nd turn-off to the right
for the hotel (signposted “Stadtmitte / car park”).
From the West (from Cologne, Wiesbaden, or Mainz):
Take the A3 or A66 motorway and turn off at the Wiesbaden junction,
driving on towards Frankfurt until you reach the Frankfurt-West
junction. Now follow the above directions for “From the North”.
If you are already in the Neighbourhood:
Please note that Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße is a one-way street.
When coming from the main station (“Hauptbahnhof ”), drive
around the “Baseler Platz” square before turning left into Wilhelm-
Leuschner-Straße. The entrance to the underground garage of the InterContinental Frankfurt is on Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße.
Concierge Phone: +496926052355
Concierge Fax: +4969252467
Front Desk: +1-800-652-3705
Tourist Info: +496921238708
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.
Service is included in the bill, but a tip is always appreciated.
ST BARTHOLOMAUS CATHEDRAL
If you are interested in visiting the cathedral, please be sure to wear smart attire.
DID YOU KNOW
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.
The "Lohrberger Hang" is Frankfurt's last vineyard. The wine is used and sold at Frankfurt's city hall the "Roemer". Enjoy a magnificent view of Frankfurt and the Rhein/Main region.
Enjoy an evening out at the Tigerpalast, where you can enjoy a magnificent varieté show.
WHAT TO PACK
It is recommended to exchange some money - just enough to cover airport incidentals and transportation to the hotel - before you leave home, so 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.
From September to April, extra warm clothing is recommended as the weather becomes rather unpredictable.