As a major European financial hub and the home of some of Germany’s top attractions, our Premier Inn hotels in Frankfurt are ideal for both business and leisure stays. Whether you’re visiting Messe Frankfurt for a trade fair, shopping on the Zeil promenade, or sightseeing in Römerberg, German city breaks have something for everyone.
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Despite Frankfurt’s Altstadt being largely destroyed in World War II, history-lovers will find plenty of things to do in Frankfurt. Stop for a coffee at the scenic Römerberg, where the city’s famous town hall has stood since 1405. Visit St Paul’s Church - an important site in political Germany - before climbing the tower of the Imperial Cathedral for some of the best views of Frankfurt am Main.
This picture-perfect city on the river Main has plenty to offer culture-lovers. After seeing the Alte Oper in the city’s old town, why not tour the Goethe House museum in the Innenstadt district? Visit Schaumainkai street and explore vibrant local markets along the river Main before relaxing with an apple wine in scenic Sachsenhausen. Getting around is easy, too, whether you’re taking a romantic walk across the Eiserne Steg bridge or hopping on a train from Frankfurt Central Station.
Frankfurt is full of exciting attractions. Head to the Main Tower skyscraper and soak up the views of ‘Mainhattan’ from 56-storeys up, before exploring 700 years’ worth of art in the Städel Museum. The Palmengarten is a popular spot for days out in Frankfurt, while bargain-hunters will love the Zeil shopping promenade near the Hauptwache. Plus, from the activities at Frankfurt Zoo to the playgrounds at Günthersburgpark, you’ll find plenty of things to do with the kids in Frankfurt.
Thanks to their city centre locations, our Frankfurt hotels are ideal for international business travellers. Our Premier Inn Frankfurt Messe hotel is next door to the Messe Frankfurt, the world’s biggest trade fair. This exciting venue also hosts some of the city’s top events, like the famous Frankfurt Book Fair and the IAA Motor Show.