What We Love
- The leafy terrace at the Signatures Veranda restaurant
- In-room massages and facials are available
- Proximity to the Old World charm of the Sachsenhausen district
What To Know
- The extensive fitness center is open 24/7
- With a whopping 19 function rooms, this busy hotel attracts a large business clientele
- Pets are allowed, for a fee of 30 euros per night
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Set on the banks of the River Main, with dazzling views of the Frankfurt skyline, this 500-room stay is an attractive choice for business travelers and sightseers alike. Dine out on chef Klaus Bramkamp’s farm-to-table cooking, which uses ingredients from the Hesse region, at the Signatures Veranda restaurant, which has a tranquil summer terrace overlooking the river. Or choose from more than 60 whiskeys at Daxx Mainhattan’s Bar, named for the German stock market index — a clue to what makes the pulse of this city race.
In the Area
Start your day with an invigorating jog on the running path that runs right outside the hotel along the Main River, then browse the Kleinmarkthalle, the famous food market, which offers a dazzling cornucopia of fruits, vegetables, cheeses and meats; the traditional German pastries alone are worth the trip. Or choose an entirely different perspective on the skyscraper-rich city that locals sometimes refer to as “Mainhattan” onboard a river cruise. Afterward, stroll the picturesque streets of Old Sachsenhausen, a district close to the hotel that’s all cobblestone lanes, antique fountains and charm-filled cafés and pubs. Stop in for an apple wine and a soft pretzel at one of the many äppelwoi pubs that line the streets.
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I was until a recent illness a Spire Elite Member of IHG, now only Platinum. I try to stay at Intercontinental hotels when I can and on a recent trip through Europe and the Middle east I stayed at a few. All were as expected, superb. Except, well, Frankfurt. Firstly, Frankfurt sets new records for add on charges. $38 Euro for parking per night. $38 Euro per person for breakfast. I didn't have breakfast, needless to say. Also, the rooms and hotel are significantly overdue for a clean up. Very old and tired is the best way to describe it. I went for a walk to the Holiday Inn Express, it looked like the premium hotel of the two. I try to be positive in my reviews, but this hotel should not be an Intercontinental.
As a club member i would prefere to stay at intercontinental hotel anywhere i travel.
Yet this place still dose not understand that it is time to renovate and move with the time.
Rooms are too dirty and furniture needs renewal or total make over.
Expensive and wishy washy service.
Not very recommended.
I have been to this restaurant on several occasions. However recently I attending Sunday Bruch and totally enjoyed the variety and the atmosphere. What I especially like though was the attention from the Maitre D who made its feel like valued customers. Awesome service and good food in Frankfurt .
is centrally located. Just few mins walk to the Main station and nearby shops and restaurants. Building is quite old. Interior needs facelift. Hotel provides welcome gifts upon check in especially for IHG rewards club members. Hotel staffs are on IHG standard level. Amazing breakfast area and rooms mostly with nice river view.
We had here fantastic timewith kids.Clean rooms and healthy breakfast. Close to the river bankand the station.Fitness room was open 24h a day,we enjoyed it a lot.Friendly staff who spoke fluent English.