It's close to the main railway station. That means it has the inconvenience of a railway station neighbourhood in a major European city, such as sex shops and drunks. But it's easy to avoid that by staying on the streets leading to the Station, rather than the cross streets. No need to feel unsafe though. If you need a haircut or a kebab you won't have a problem, either. Lot's of barber shops and kebab houses close by. The hotel is close to all the tram lines passing by the railway station, and of course the U and S Bahns, walking to Zeil is easy 20 minute walk. It's very clean and modern.
The staff are professional, even if the hotel lacks a personal touch. By international standards the breakfast is good, if only average by German standards.
The room we had was exceptionally quiet. Britons will be pleased that there are tea and coffee facilities in the rooms, light sleepers will be pleased by the very adequate thick curtains. The shower was excellent.
I've stayed at 3 different hotels near the railway station, they all had something "extra" in their favour, but none stood out as the value for money champion. This is a safe choice, and good choice, IMHO, for international travelers.More
- Free Wifi