The hotel met all my needs. Execellent Fitness room, good bar/grill; excellent staff. Located next... See full review
Jul 21, 2012
The experience was excellent. The fitness center far exceeded my expecations; and the dining was... See full review
Jul 18, 2012
Germany's tallest hotel oozes elegance
Soaring 44 floors above downtown Frankfurt, the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel is the tallest hotel in Germany. This upscale property, situated near the Frankfurt fairgrounds, Conference Center and the Hauptbahnhof train station, has underwent a multi-million renovation in its guest rooms, restaurants, health club and public spaces. Executive-level rooms offer access to an exclusive lounge on the 43rd floor. All Frankfurt Marriott Hotel guests stay fit at the on-site health club that features a fitness center and sauna. Three on-site restaurants serve a variety of International cuisine.
Tallest hotel in Germany
Conveniently located near Frankfurt fairgrounds, Conference Centre and main train station
Dine at three on-site restaurants
Fitness center and sauna
The Frankfurt Marriott Hotel offers 587 rooms, including 23 suites and 70 executive level rooms, with Marriott Revive bedding (down comforters, custom duvets, cotton-rich linens). Each unit comes standard with a flat-screen television, mini refrigerator, flat iron and in-room safe. Executive level rooms also include a trouser press, and access to an exclusive lounge at the top of the building. Rooms offer views of the city. Pets welcome (fees apply).
At 44 stories, the statuesque Frankfurt Marriott Hotel is the tallest hotel in Germany, and one of the tallest buildings in downtown Frankfurt.
Guests enjoy the on-site health club here, which has a sauna. There's a fitness center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment and free weights. Frankfurt Marriott Hotel also offers 24-hour laundry service, a shoeshine stand (fees apply) and parking (fees apply).
The property boasts three restaurants on-site. Brasserie Ici (only opens for lunch from Monday to Friday) flaunts unique ambiance with French charm, Alsatian cuisine and an attractive wine list. Champions, an American Sports Bar, serves pub food (opens for lunch on Saturday and Sunday). Cross, which has a lounge/bar/cafe concept, serves coffee and light Italian snacks all day.
Tram Stop (in front of the hotel)
Metropolitan street car (2 blocks)
Festhalle/Messe station (2 blocks)
Frankfurt International Airport (9.8 mi/15.7 km)
Frankfurt fairgrounds (2 blocks)
Palm Garden (0.7 mi/1.1 km)
Jewish Museum (1.4 mi/2.3 km)
Goethe House (1.6 mi/2.5 km)
Romerberg (1.7 mi/2.8 km)
Frankfurt Cathedral (1.9 mi/3 km)
Full-service business center (fees may apply)
25 conference rooms totaling more than 33,000 square feet of meeting space
Germany's largest ballroom at 7,500 square feet
Frankfurt Airport, (FRA), 15.00, KM, SW; Frankfurt Hahn Airport, (HHN), 120.00, KM, W; Mannheim City Airport, (MHG), 85.00, KM, S;
City Center, Location Type: City
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Good food. Good times. Good sports. An American sports bar with 18 HD monitors and 5 HD screens. American classics and the best cocktails in town served.
Cross offers breakfast in the morning, à la carte dishes for lunch and dinner and turns into a bar at the evening.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
I had a bad time at the hotel because I could not sleep there. The exterior of the building made a constant popping noise as it heated and cooled with the sun which kept me up at night (light sleeper). In addition, the beds were comfy but the
comforter was a large down comforter and even with the air conditioning on, both my husband and I sweated throughout the whole night. There was no shuttle service from the airport so we had to rely on a cab with our heavy bags and got swindled by one cabbie who drove us around in circles and another that attempted a sneaky bill switch-a-roo on us.
I would stay at a place that not as big and closer to the downtown next time I'm in Frankfurt, if I ever have to be. Most people would probably have an alright stay at the Marriot, I wish I had chosen a smaller hotel, definitely one that is shorter and not baking and cracking in the sun all day and cracking at night as it cools. I had never experienced this at other hotels before.
Food was expensive at the hotel and staff was ok. Not necessarily unfriendly, but not friendly either, just kind of cold. I believe it's geared towards conference go-ers, not couples and families.