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Can anyone recommend a good hotel reasonably convenient to train station in Frankfurt

Flying into Frankfurt in Sept. '23 . We ( 2 adults) will spend 2 nights in Frankfurt on arrival and one night 2 weeks later before flying out.

Looking for a good hotel a reasonable distance from the train station but still within walking distance of restaurants, etc.

Is New Old Town an option?

Thanks

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We enjoyed Motel One Römer, just on the edge of the old city and a short Ubahn ride (or 15 minute walk) from the station. Reasonably priced is a tough order I found when we were there in August but we also wanted a convenient location and breakfast.

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Hotel Hamburger Hof. It’s located a little over a block away from Frankfurt HBF. There’s a side exit - cross the street and down a block. The staff were professional and the hotel clean and modern. Breakfast was included in my rate.

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In March we stayed at Hotel Hamburger Hof and and it was fine. We found the location to be easily walkable to the train station and to other places in Frankfurt.

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Another vote for Hamburger Hof. We stayed there in 2019 to catch our morning flight the next day in 2019 and planning to do the same in December. Lots of places to eat around it.

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In November 2019, we stayed at Hotel Victoria for three days. It is just a five minute walk down Kaiserstrasse from the train station. We enjoyed our stay and the breakfasts very much, and felt the location was fine.

It was 20 minutes to the Palmengarten; 20 minutes to the Dom; less than 10 minutes to the pedestrian mall and shops.

Before this, we had always stayed close to the Dom for many years.

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In 2016 we stayed at the Holiday Inn Express Frankfurt City/ Hauptbsnhof. It served its purpose of expense and location. I would stay again.

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Just a comment that Frankfurt has an elaborate S-Bahn system that includes the HBF. It may not be necessary to stay in this gritty, urban neighborhood. We actually stayed in a distant suburb with an S-Bahn station, but that's because we wanted a car for the Fachwerkstrasse and other places, not apparently your need.

It's early in most Septembers, but you might check on the Rheingau wine festival (streets of Frankfurt) dates.