Relax at the contemporary Holiday Inn Frankfurt – Airport, directly connected to the Terminal 2 of Frankfurt Airport via Shuttle bus or just a short walk. Conveniently located in a bustling business district, the 6-storey Holiday Inn Frankfurt - Airport is easy to reach; just 5 minutes by shuttle bus from Frankfurt Airport and just opposite the new train station Gateway Garden. Settle into your modern guest room with wireless internet and complimentary tea and coffee.Holiday Inn Frankfurt - Airport 15-minute drive from Messe Frankfurt, the world's largest trade fair. Make use of our 6 naturally lit meeting rooms and prepare for events on the 24-hour Business PC.We are just a few minutes from the A3, A5 and A661 motorways.Our hotel is a 20-minute bus ride to the gleaming skyscrapers and cosmopolitan shops of central Frankfurt. Enjoy panoramic views from the 200-metre-high Main Tower and see Old Master paintings in the riverfront Städel Museum. After dark, Alt Sachsenhausen's cosy apple wine taverns beckon.You can enjoy a leisurely workout in Holiday Inn Frankfurt – Airport’s MiniGym. Have a great lunch or dinner at our all day restaurant or enjoy drinks and snacks and watch live big-screen sports in the sociable Lobby bar.
The full name of Frankfurt is “Frankfurt am Main,” meaning “Frankfurt on the Main.” It is the largest city in central and southwestern Germany and the fifth largest in the country. Because of its beautiful skyline, Frankfurt is also known as Mainhattan. On one side of the River Main are many high-rise buildings, while on the other side is the old town, creating a sense of harmony through juxtaposition. Frankfurt has a lot to offer tourists and is a great place to enjoy food and go shopping. If you are traveling in the summer or autumn, allocate some extra time to head north to visit Koblenz and the Rhine Valley.
Frankfurt was once one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire. The medieval Römerberg, the cathedral where the Roman Emperor Election was held, and the city hall of the coronation of the emperor all show the extraordinary status of this city. Although the old city was destroyed in World War II, the ornate buildings that were reconstructed are still reminiscent of their original style. Visitors can head to the Goethe House, the former residence of the writer, and feel the cultural atmosphere of Frankfurt at the Iron Bridge over the Main River and in the Museumsufer district.
Frankfurt is an important financial center in both Germany and the European Union. The large Euro at the entrance of the Eurotower and the bear and bull statue at the entrance of the Stock Exchange have become popular subject matter for tourist photos. As the most prosperous city in central and western Germany, there are two shopping streets lined with famous international brands. Those who like shopping can’t miss out on them.
Although it’s known for finance, Frankfurt is still a city with a lot of unique culture and very much worth a visit. In terms of hotels in Frankfurt, there are many options. Stay in the downtown area for the skyscrapers and historical buildings, or stay in the Museumsufer area for museums and family fun. The construction of Frankfurt International Airport has made Frankfurt the main gateway to Europe. If you’re transiting in Frankfurt, there are many hotels near the airport as well. Thanks to the convenient public transportation in the city, visitors can select Frankfurt hotels in the city center to experience the beauty of the city at night.