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  1. Carl
    Carl at |

    I’ve stayed at the Frankfurter Hof once when I was there during the summer, and they had an amazing discounted rate, like 99 Euros. I think it caters mainly to business travelers so it is expensive during the week during the work year, but a good deal on weekends and in the summer. I thought the room, overall ambience and location were among the best in Frankfurt.

    I think we also got breakfast included and it was great – but the list price was extremely high if not included in the room rate, and the internet charges were also on the high end.

    I’d stay there again in a heartbeat if I could get a good rate, especially with breakfast inclusive.

  2. NYBanker
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    You hit the nail on the head with, “I certainly would not go so far as to consider the Hof a luxe property. Luxurious in many ways, but not luxe. Still, it has a sort of old-world style about it that makes it quite the lovely place to stay.”

    I’ve stayed here a few times, and this is an apt description.

    Not as centrally located as the Hof, those seeking something a bit more upscale should consider the Villa Kennedy. http://www.villakennedy.com/

  3. gobluetwo
    gobluetwo at |

    I was just there a couple of months ago for a conference. Stayed 3 nights, breakfasts and lunches at the hotel paid for by the company (dinners were off-site). The breakfast buffet, as well as the egg station (more than just omelets) was fantastic. The fruit were all very fresh and juices all freshly squeezed and very good. Service was also quite nice. I agree that I wouldn’t call it a luxury property, but maybe just a couple notches below – and well ahead of your average full-service hotel. The room was very spacious and looked much like yours, although without the walk-in closet. The free in-room wifi was nice (or was that just a conference thing?). The terrace is great for eating meals, and the restaurant to the side – Oscar’s – was not bad, either. Short walks to the river, the boulevard with all the restaurants (that bier bike is hysterical), and shopping. Enough site-seeing in the area when you’re tied up in meetings all day, but I don’t know that I’d want to be there for more than a day or two otherwise.

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