Frankfurt on the Main is a metropolis at the heart of Europe characterized by compelling contradictions. The traditional and the modern, culture and business, big-city bustle and tranquil havens all exist here happily side by side.
Even the skyline reveals that Frankfurt exudes metropolis atmosphere. Trade and fair centre ranks among the most important financial centers in Europe with the German Federal Bank, the German Stock Exchange, the European Central Bank and more than 300 financial institutions from all over the world.
But money is not all that counts in Frankfurt. The cider capital has preserved a good deal of tranquillity, particularly in the homely taverns of Sachsenhausen. Frankfurt is international. Historical buildings, famous museums and exhibition facilities as well as countless sights guarantee that visitors are never bored in Frankfurt, no matter if they are there for business or pleasure.
Not to forget all the cultural highlights, international sports events, a huge spectrum for night owls and exclusive shopping opportunities. Frankfurt's hotel industry is held in high esteem across the continent and across the globe. No other German city accommodates as many foreign guests as the finance metropolis on the Main.
Frankfurt hotels are also regularly represented in the ranking list of the world's best hotels.
Luxury hotels: 1
A Rocco Forte Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt