Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Frankfurt
The best budget hotels in Frankfurt... inspected and approved.
The flashy Europa Style Hotel shares its convenient location and competent staff with EuroCheapo pick the Europa Life Hotel, but this hip sibling adds a few extra luxuries (and a few extra euros).
The simple Hotel Neue Kräme impresses in no single category, but as the saying goes, “location, location, location!”
Situated in an old world villa, the eccentric Hotel am Berg is a truly special establishment, where each room represents an era in the evolution of post-war German aesthetics.
It would be easy for the Hotel Excelsior to rest on its unbeatable location facing the train station’s southern entrance, but the three-star property also throws in a friendly staff, terrific rates and various extras.
An outpost of the European Mercure hotel chain, the Mercure Hotel Kaiserhof (formerly the Quality Hotel Kaiserhof) offers 76 reasonably priced rooms within a few blocks of the train station in Frankfurt’s red light district.
The two-star Colour Hotel is located a block away from the central train station. All 39 soundproof rooms feature a private bathroom, TV and Internet access.
The three-star Zentrum an der Hauptwache is situated in central Frankfurt just a few blocks north of the Dom.
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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to affordable hotels in Frankfurt and throughout Europe. Our Frankfurt editor showed up unannounced at budget-friendly hotels in the center of Frankfurt (yes, they exist!). He inspected the rooms and in our guide recommends only the properties that he believes present the best value.
Frankfurt isn’t an easy city for budget travelers. As one of Europe’s most important financial centers, the city fills up with business travelers on most weekdays, which obviously ratchets up the hotel rates. Still, small independent hotels and B&Bs exist in the city—and we’re here to lead you to them!
Getting started: To find the right hotel for your trip, you could head straight for hotel recommendations. If you’d like some help choosing the right part of town, be sure to read through our neighborhood overview. For more budget tips and advice, check out the city guide articles listed below.
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