The best hotels within 350 meters (5 minutes’ walk) of Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof / Frankfurt Central Station.
There are a number of hotels with great reviews and ratings within 350 meters, or 5 minutes’ walk, of Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof / Frankfurt Central Station. The best hotels below are shortlisted based on their walking distance from the train station, as well as their ratings: at least 8.5/10 at Booking.com and at least 4/5 in TripAdvisor and Google Reviews.
Top 3 Picks
1. IntercityHotel Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof Süd
This hotel right in front of Frankfurt Central Station offers a variety of double and twin rooms. A public transportation ticket is included in the room rate. Children are welcome and are considered “adults” by the hotel starting age 6. Guests may bring pets; charges may apply. Depending on the season and occasion, a one-night stay at this hotel starts at €79 – €288.
2. Hotel Europa Life
This 3-star hotel offers single, double, twin, and triple rooms. Aside from being near Frankfurt Central Station, it is also right across the Baseler Platz tram station. Children are welcome and are considered “adults” by the hotel starting age 7. Pets are not allowed. Depending on the season and occasion, a one-night stay at this hotel starts at €49 – €319.
This hotel has a variety of rooms for two persons with twin, queen, or king beds. A buffet breakfast is served daily. They have a roof terrace and sky lounge, as well as a sauna, whirlpool, and steam bath. Children are welcome and are considered “adults” by the hotel starting age 3. Pets are allowed, subject to additional charges. Depending on the season and occasion, a one-night stay at this hotel starts at €153 – €396.
Frankfurt is part of the German state of Hesse.
If you are coming into the airport from Frankfurt using the S-Bahn, head for F-Flughafen (Frankfurt airport station).
The train station in the airport that receives S-Bahn trains, as well as regional trains from nearby places such as Mainz and Koblenz, is called the Frankfurt (Main) Flughafen Regionalbahnhof.
There is another train station in Frankfurt airport — Frankfurt am Main Flughafen Fernbahnhof — which serves trains from outside the Frankfurt region, including high-speed trains from other German cities such as Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Dresden, Leipzig, Hamburg, and Munich, as well as other European cities like Amsterdam, Basel, Brussels, and Vienna.
The main train station in Frankfurt is Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof. It serves trains from all over Germany and from major cities in neighboring countries, including Amsterdam, Basel, Brussels, Budapest, Lyon, Marseille, Milan, Paris, Salzburg, and Vienna.
British Airways and Lufthansa operate non-stop flights from Frankfurt to London for as low as €63 one-way.
If you prefer to travel by rail, you can take a train from Frankfurt to either Paris or Brussels, and onward to London by Eurostar.
Lufthansa operates non-stop flights from Frankfurt to Manchester for as low as €110 one-way.
If you prefer to travel by rail, you can take a train from Frankfurt to either Paris or Brussels, onward to London by Eurostar, and a final train from London to Manchester.
Lufthansa operates non-stop flights from Frankfurt to Edinburgh for as low as €118 one-way.
If you prefer to travel by rail, you can take a train from Frankfurt to either Paris or Brussels, onward to London by Eurostar, and a third train from London to Edinburgh.
You can take a direct train from Frankfurt to Berlin for as low as €18 one-way. The journey usually takes just over 4 hours.
If you really need to travel by plane for some reason, Lufthansa operates a non-stop flight from Frankfurt to Berlin.
You can take a direct train from Frankfurt to Munich for as low as €18 one-way. The journey takes just over 3 hours.
If, for some reason, you really need to travel by plane, you can take a non-stop Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt to Munich.
You can take a direct train from Frankfurt to Munich for as low as €18 one-way. The journey generally takes just over 1 hour, with the rare exception of trains travelling after midnight that take over 2 hours.
Because the train from Frankfurt to Stuttgart only takes a very short time, there is nearly no reason for you to take a plane to travel this route (although Lufthansa does operate flights between the two cities).
The Westin Grand Frankfurt, Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, Sofitel Frankfurt Opera, and Rocco Forte Villa Kennedy are some of the 5-star hotels in Frankfurt. Sofitel Frankfurt Opera is the highest rated among them, while the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof has single rooms and family rooms, perfect for those travelling solo or in groups, respectively.
These are the hotels in Frankfurt that have an indoor swimming pool:
No hotels within the city have an outdoor swimming pool.
The following hotels in Frankfurt have an airport shuttle:
To ensure a pleasant stay, only those hotels with ratings of at least 8/10 at Booking.com were included in this list.
Services may be affected by the ongoing health situation; please confirm with each hotel if their airport shuttle will be available on your travel dates.
Note: Accommodations are shortlisted based on their review scores on Booking.com and TripAdvisor, as well as their distance from the train station as determined through Google Maps. We are not connected in any way with any of the properties listed, and the best accommodations are selected based on a combination of reviews, rankings, nearness to the train station, and best value for money. Affiliate links are used in this article; when you book, we may earn a small commission from the booking platform, but the price stays the same for you.