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Excellent with superb staff ... outstanding in fact.
Excellent staff. Very helpful in dealing with difficult situations/queries. I'm very grateful to them for all their assistance. I highly recommended them and the hotel.
Nothing to dislike!
Fantastic situation. Comfortable room with views of the river. Excellent breakfast in fascinating room in the adjoining restaurant. Very easy check-in and check-out. Wish I Coul kd have stayed longer.
Central position, nice stay!
The wi-fi didn't work at the 7th floor where I passed 3 days
Nice position next to the main station, kind and helpful staff, big room with a beautiful view. I'd reccomand it!
Is not Farr away from Hauptbahnhof
Don't go! The area and hotel are noisy.
Lot of drug addicts and weird people on the street. Very noisy area. Also people spoke loudly in the hall in hotel 4am. Not good. Don't go if you want to be calm.
Over-priced, dangerous, very poor. Avoid, avoid, avoid...
The location - in the heart of the red light zone, with strip joints on either side, and surrounded by druggies milling around the doorway - was deeply intimidating and unfriendly; it felt dangerous to walk in and out. The tiled floor was bitterly cold; I had to spread clothes on it to walk on it in bare feet. The duvet was so thin that I had to use both (I was in a double room) to keep warm, even with the radiator on. The description on Google of a "buffet breakfast" is wrong - there is no breakfast facility. But most of all in the night there was leak from the ceiling into the fuse panel located in my room, which loudly popped and crackled all night and then exploded at 5.30am, fusing the room. This was not just extremely dangerous - and could have resulted in a fire - it meant the room had no electricity anymore. The overnight member of staff came to look at it and tried flicking some switches at random but, at that point, there was little to be done. The only consolation was that, once the circuit had exploded and was no longer live, I could at least get some sleep in peace and quiet - and safe in the knowledge I was not going to die in my bed! All in all I would not only NOT recommend this hotel, I would actively deter people from staying in such a dangerous establishment.
The room was clean, the shower was good, the staff were friendly. The general location, walking distance from the station and to the Frankfurt Messe, was convenient, although the specific location is a big, big negative.
325 euro for a dump.
My colleague and me paid 325 euro per room (for two rooms). As there was a big expo, these were the only available rooms in the city, so that's why the prices were outrageous. The guys behind the desk were simply laughing at our face, the hotel is shabby, in the middle of the red light district with hookers, drug addicts and homeless people next or in front of the door... a lot of noise in the hotel, smoke in the rooms, no breakfast... But you pay an astronomical 325 euro per room... Why did we pay this much, one have to wonder... Because we missed our connection because of a late flight of Lufthansa and Lufthansa just left us in the cold...
I liked the fact that it was the only available hotel in the whole of Frankfurt that night.
A very traumatic disturbing experience. and over priced.
There were ambulances all hours of the night and day resuscitating drug addicts on the street below. There were screaming prostitutes 24/7. There were no bedside lights in the room. People fighting in the street below. We suspect this hotel was being used as a whore house.
Absolutely nothing, nothing nothing.
Staff were very helpful and friendly. Hotel was in a great location and only 5 minutes from the train station. Hotel was really clean and comfortable.
I will recommend to my friends.
Very close to the city centre, clean rooms, nice stuff.