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Holiday Inn Frankfurt Airport


Airport hotel with 24-hour gym, restaurant and bar. Nearby Stations: Flughafen Fernbahnhof & Subway Gateway Gardens. Six meeting rooms for up to 80 guests. Free WiFi, on-site parking and kids stay & eat free. Bright Open Lobby for work & relaxation.



Römerberg 27, Frankfurt, Hessen 60311

The Roemerberg stands as Frankfurt's historic nucleus. Its meticulously restored half-timbered buildings, resurrected post-WWII, offer a glimpse into the city's medieval charm. At its heart lies the Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen, where, in 1612, wine flowed during Matthias's coronation. Come December, the Roemerberg transforms into a captivating setting for the enchanting Christmas market.


Domplatz 14, Frankfurt, Hessen 60311

Frankfurt's majestic red-sandstone cathedral boasts a towering 95-meter-high Gothic spire, accessible via a climb of 324 steps. Dating back to the 13th century, this cathedral served as the site for the election and coronation of Holy Roman Emperors from 1356 to 1792. The Wahlkapelle, located at the end of the right aisle, witnessed these solemn ceremonies. Dedicated to the apostle St. Bartholomew, it bears the official name Kaiserdom St. Bartholomäus. Open daily, though with varying hours.

Senckenberg Museum

Senckenberganlage 25, Frankfurt, Hessen 60325

The Senckenberg Museum in Frankfurt ranks among the most prestigious natural history museums worldwide. Visitors can marvel at an impressive collection of prehistoric fossils, dinosaur skeletons, and diverse wildlife. The museum provides fascinating insights into the evolution and diversity of life on Earth. Opening hours vary depending on the day and season, so it is advisable to check the current opening times before your visit.

Städel Museum

Schaumainkai 63, Frankfurt, Hessen 60596

The Städel Museum stands as Germany's oldest and most prestigious museum foundation. Under its roof, it offers an almost comprehensive overview of 700 years of European art history, from the early 14th century through the Renaissance, Baroque, and classical modernism to the present day. Special exhibitions attract numerous visitors, inviting them to explore the captivating world of art.

Stadium Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank Park

Mörfelder Landstraße 362, Frankfurt, Hessen 60528

The Waldstadion, now known as Deutsche Bank Park since July 1, 2020, was previously named Commerzbank Arena. Located in Frankfurt am Main's city forest in the Sachsenhausen district, it opened in 1925 and underwent significant modernization for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Renovated as a pure soccer stadium, it boasts a capacity of 58,000 spectators, making it the seventh largest in Germany.

Messe Frankfurt / Frankfurt Trade Fair

Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, Frankfurt, Hessen 60327

Messe Frankfurt ranks as the world's third-largest trade fair venue. It boasts 11 halls covering 372,073 square meters of exhibition space, complemented by approximately 60,000 square meters of outdoor exhibition space, all spread across 592,127 square meters of floor area. Situated in the Bockenheim and Westend-Süd districts in the west of Frankfurt, these expansive exhibition grounds serve as a hub for global trade events.The nearest subway station to Messe Frankfurt is Festhalle/Messe.


Front desk: 49-69-87407950


Bessie-Coleman-Strasse 16 Frankfurt, 60549 Germany

Check-in: 3:00 PM

Check-out: 12:00 PM

Minimum check-in age: 18