The boarding house is in Raunheim, a roughly 15-minute drive away from Frankfurt Airport, and has a airport shuttle. All 193 rooms have a kitchenette. Free Wi-Fi and a gym with sauna in the neighbouring hotel are also available.
All the rooms at the Amedia Boardinghouse Frankfurt Airport have air conditioning and satellite TV. All bathrooms have a bathtub.
Breakfast as well as regional and international cuisine are served in our "Charles Lindbergh" restaurant in the nearby BEST WESTERN Amedia Frankfurt Airport.
Drive on the A3 motorway towards the Raunheim exit. From there, head towards Raunheim. Drive through the town and at the end of the "zone 30", turn right into Anton-Flettner-Strasse. The hotel is on the right-hand side of the street.
From Frankfurt Airport, you can travel in comfort with the hotel's own shuttle bus. Please inform yourself about the travel times. You can also take public transport to Frankfurt Airport and then take the shuttle bus or travel on to Raunheim Station. From here, you can walk to the hotel in roughly 15 minutes.
Hotel -> Airport - 5,00 € per person
Airport -> Hotel - free
This apartment features a satellite TV, electric kettle and soundproofing.
This apartment features a balcony, electric kettle and seating area.
The newly renovated apartment is about 25 square meters and has bathroom / WC, telephone, satellite TV and air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchenette (stove, refrigerator, microwave, sink, dishes, cutlery), and a sleeping, living and dining area.
The apartment studio is about 42 square meters and has bathroom / WC, telephone, satellite TV and air conditioning. It has a fully equipped kitchenette (stove, fridge, microwave, sink, crockery, cutlery), a large bedroom, living and dining area and a balcony
This triple room features a dining area, seating area and stovetop.
The apartment studio is about 45 square meters and has bathroom / WC, telephone, satellite TV and air conditioning. It has a fully equipped kitchenette (cooker, fridge, microwave, sink, crockery, cutlery), a large bedroom, living and dining area as well as a balcony and a pull-out couch.
Worldwide supplier of dyes, chemicals and services to the textile and leather industries.
A 14th century fortification. Today it houses the city archive and an industrial museum.
A group of villas formerly owned by the Opel family. Today they form a venue for exhibitions and events.
Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co. KG (in short LSY), headquartered in Raunheim, is an IT services company in the aviation industry, which works both for Lufthansa and third parties as a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG. On 1 April 2015, Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co. KG emerged as one of three independent companies from the former Lufthansa Systems AG.
Mitsubishi’s financing bank and training centre
International logistics company
Catering and Facilitymanagement
Hyundai Motors technical centre
Mainz Cathedral (officially the "High Cathedral of Mainz") is the episcopal church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mainz and its patron saint is St Martin of Tours. The building that is one of the imperial cathedrals is, in its present form, a three-nave Romanesque pillar basilica that has Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque elements in its annexes. It was inaugurated in the presence of Emperor Conrad II on 10 November 1036.
The Electoral Palace in Mainz is the former city residence of the archbishops of Mainz, who, as such, were also electors and sovereigns of the Mainz Electorate. Construction began in 1627 (during the Thirty Years War) under Archbishop Georg Friedrich von Greiffenklau, whose Rhine wing was, however, only completed in 1687.
The Museum Embankment (German: Museumsufer) is what the site of a group of 15 museums all located in the immediate vicinity of the Main River in Frankfurt is called.
The former Head of Cultural Affairs in Frankfurt, Hilmar Hoffmann, first came up with the idea for this collection of different museums in 1977.
The Kurhaus of the Hessian capital of Wiesbaden is one of Germany's most magnificent festival buildings. The former spa building is the social hub of the spa town of Wiesbaden, offering a prestigious setting for numerous events. Besides a large and a smaller ballroom, it is also home to Wiesbaden's casino.
The Römer has been Frankfurt's town hall since the 15th century and, with its characteristic stepped gable façade, is one of the town's landmarks.
The seat of the Hessian State Parliament (German: Landtag) has been located in the former city palace of the Dukes of Nassau on Castle Square in Wiesbaden, the state capital, since it first sat in December 1946
St Paul's Church (German: Paulskirche) in Frankfurt am Main is a church that is now used as an exhibition, memorial and meeting venue. It was built from 1789 to 1833 to replace the mediaeval Barfüßerkirche demolished in 1786 and, until 1944, it served as the main Protestant church of Frankfurt. The delegates of the Frankfurt national assembly, the first freely elected parliament of the German state, met In the neoclassical rotunda designed by architect Johann Friedrich Christian Hess from 1848 to 1849.
Honeywell International Inc. is a global corporation headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey, USA. Honeywell was founded as Butz Thermo-Electric Regulator Co. in Minneapolis by Albert Butz, son of Swiss immigrants, on 23 April 1885. It was the first company to offer for sale products for automatically controlling the interior temperature of buildings.
Deutsche Telekom AG - Branch office Darmstadt Heinrich-Hertz-Straße 1, 64295 Darmstadt
Goebel IMS - Traditional company for quality processing machines for paper, foil, aluminium foil, aseptic packaging materials Goebelstraße 21, 64293 Darmstadt, Germany
TSAT (European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites) operates the Meteosat and MetOp weather satellites. Eumetsat avenue 1, 64295 Darmstadt, Germany
Evonik Industries AG - Darmstadt Site - Specialty Chemicals and High-Performance Materials Company Rößlerstraße 1, 64293 Darmstadt, Germany
Fürstenlager State Park - former summer residence, embedded in a beautiful park landscape. The Fürstenlager was built around 1790 in an idyllic side valley of Auerbach, a district of Bensheim an der Bergstrasse since 1939.
The market square with the old town hall is located in the heart of the southern Hessian city. The town hall square, modernly designed in 1996 with high-quality granite from India, is reserved for pedestrians. The beautiful 1546 fountain in its centre is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists. The old town hall dates from the second half of the 16th century.
In addition, there is the Hessian State Museum, particularly worth seeing, with archaeological exhibits from the Messel mine as well as works by Joseph Beuys, and the State Theatre as the largest of a large number of theatres.
Darmstadt has numerous attractive green areas. Besides the botanical garden and the Prinz Emil Garden, the Vortex Garden and the Prinz Georg Garden are also among the city's green oases. The Prinz-Georg-Garten is located in Schlossgartenstraße north of the Residenzschloss. It is a classic 18th century French park that impresses with its strict geometry and artistically designed paths and flower beds. In this beautiful baroque garden, visitors can discover water fountains and historical sundials. In front of the palace there is a tea house and an aviary.
The large Woog is a wonderful natural swimming pool located in the middle of the city of Darmstadt. It is open from May to September and is very popular with residents and tourists alike. It has a bathing island and is equipped with water slides and a modern beach volleyball court.
Schenk Process Europe GmbH - Company for Applied Measurement Technology Pallaswiesenstraße 100, 64293 Darmstadt Germany
Merck KGaA is a leading science and technology company in the fields of healthcare, life science and performance materials
Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly Life Technologies) - Company for analysis equipment and accessories for laboratories Frankfurter Str. 129B, 64293 Darmstadt, Germany