Sights in and around Frankfurt
Frankfurt's Römer BuildingDistance from hotel 25 km
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.
Frankfurt AirportDistance from hotel 10 km
Frankfurt Airport is Germany's largest commercial airport. It opened on 8 July 1936.
In 2015, Frankfurt Airport handled 61.0 million passengers.
Frankfurt's Museum EmbankmentDistance from hotel 24 km
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.
St Paul's Church, Frankfurt Distance from hotel 25 km
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.
Electoral Palace, Mainz Distance from hotel 21 km
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.
Mainz CathedralDistance from hotel 21 km
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.
Wiesbaden State ParliamentDistance from hotel 24 km
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
urhaus WiesbadenDistance from hotel 24 km
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.
Important firms in the area
Adam Opel AGDistance from hotel ca. 2,5 km
Adam Opel AG is a German automobile manufacturer which, since its conversion into a public limited company in 1929, has belonged to US carmaker General Motors (GM).
HoneywellDistance from hotel 1,5 km
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.
Lufthansa Systems AGDistance from hotel ca 1,5 km
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.