Cheap hotel Frankfurt
Whether you are in Frankfurt for business or pleasure. As always, our four cheap Motel One hotels in Frankfurt combine a convenient central location with excellent quality and service – at a price you can afford. Take your time to discover this metropolis at the heart of Europe. Explore the multi-faceted nature of this lively cultural city, which offers a seemingly endless stream of artworks and exhibitions for culture aficionados. With galleries located on both sides of the Main's riverbank, Frankfurt's abundant museum and art attractions guarantee a splendid holiday. Not without reason has Frankfurt earned a national reputation as a city of the arts. The Museum Riverbank is the one of Germany's most important locations for museums with the "Städel Museum", the "Deutsches Architekturmuseum" (German Architecture Museum), the "Deutsches Filmmuseum" (German Film Museum) and the "Jüdisches Museum" (Jewish Museum) all being just a short stroll from each other. Frankfurt offers a number of discount cards (such as the Museum Riverbank Card and the Museum Riverbank Ticket) allowing you to soak up this astonishing world of culture and art without breaking the bank. There is also a weekly flea market on the Main Riverbank. Held every Saturday, it is the ideal opportunity to go and grab a bargain – haggling a must! And another opportunity for a bargain buy is the highly unconventional "Kunstsupermarkt" (Art Supermarket). a travelling art fair held every year between the months of November and January near the "Hauptwache" S-Bahn station (Leipziger Strasse 43). The aim of the fair is to make art affordable for all and you will find a huge range of works from many artists in endless styles. Or if you are looking for something a little more traditional, then take a walk around the Römerberg, the central and most beautiful square in Frankfurt's Altstadt (Old Town) flanked by picturesque half-timbered houses and the impressive Town Hall. A wealth of cafés offer plenty of opportunity to take a break, sit down, relax and people-watch and just soak up the view. It also offers a view of St. Paul's Church, considered the cradle of democracy and national unity in Germany. If you need to stop and refuel, this a city of (almost) endless culinary offerings. For excellent pizza and pasta, try the "Das Leben ist schön" restaurant at Hanauer Landstrasse 198 (booking recommended). Or if you fancy some Thai cuisine, check out the "Rama V" in the city centre, Vilbeler Strasse 32 – or for more traditional fare, you can visit the "Feuerrädchen" at Textorstrasse 24 for some of Frankfurt's renowned apple wine and "Flammkuchen", a traditional pizza-like dish covered with sour cream, onion and bacon – delicious! Or for a more upmarket culinary experience, try the "Lohninger". Voted Chef of the Year in 2011, Mario Lohninger will inspire you with his Austrian focused, yet locally sourced cuisine at this highly popular restaurant. And when you've had enough excitement for one day, you can retire to your comfortable bed in one of our cheap Motel One hotels in Frankfurt and regenerate for the next day's outing. We look forward to welcoming you!