Location. The 25hours Hotel Frankfurt is located in Frankfurt, Germany. The Zeil shopping street is 1.5 kilometres away, and Frankfurt cathedral two kilometres is distance. Frankfurts main station is situated 300 metres from the hotel.
Hotel Features. Located next to the citys Levis store, the boutique 25hours Hotel Frankfurt occupies a modern property spread over six storeys which are accessible by elevator. The hotel opens to minimalist interiors with clean lines and chrome accents, and incorporates elements of American popular culture, with each floor dedicated to a different decade from the 1930s to 1980s. There is a rooftop terrace with panoramic views, and the multilingual concierge is on hand to offer sightseeing assistance. Further amenities include room service, dry cleaning facilities, and complimentary wireless Internet access.
The 25hours Hotel Frankfurt houses the chic Nykke and Kokki restaurant with inner courtyard, offering international dishes and coffee and cakes throughout the day.
The hotel houses a 100 square metre multifunction meeting and conference area with includes a work station and small foyer for coffee breaks.
Guestrooms. The 76 contemporary guestrooms are linked by the theme of denim and are decorated in different shades of blue, including cobalt, azure, and indigo. Amenities include air conditioning, complimentary wireless Internet, MP3 docking stations, flatscreen televisions with satellite channels, hair dryers, minibars, and safes.
90.7166 - 145.1831 EUR
Number Of Rooms: 1
Number Of Floors: 1
25hours Hotel Frankfurt by Levis
Frankfurt Am Main, Germany 60329
From Frankfurt Airport (FRA):
Distance to the 25hours Hotel Frankfurt is 15 kilometres, approximately 20 minutes drive.
Getting there. Lines S8 and S9 of the S Bahn go to the Hauptbahnhof (central station) and the city centre. From here leave the station through the main entrance, cross the square and tram platforms, turn left, and then right into Karlsstrasse. After 100 metres Karlsstrassee crosses Niddastrasse. The hotel is on the left hand side. A taxi direct from the airport to the hotel typically costs around 20 EUR. Price is subject to change.
Getting around. Frankfurts public transport system includes the S Bahn (over ground), the U Bahn (underground), and buses and trams. Tickets are available at most stops for daily or hourly use. The city centre is easily explored on foot. Cycling is a popular form of transport, and many streets have cycle lanes. Taxis can be hailed in the street.