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If you’re a seasoned traveler chances are that you have passed through Frankfurt Airport, one of the busiest air hubs in the world. A short drive away lies a wonderful city of impressive skyscrapers neighboring old timber houses and planned museum quarters. At a first glance, the financial center of Germany may seem cold and strict, but take the time to discover its charms and Frankfurt will show its true colors.
Frankfurt am Main is full of life and excitement. It is an Apfelwein (German for cider) capital, Goethe’s birthplace, and an elegant mixture of modernity with traditionalism. In this top German destination, you definitely need great accommodation, so we’ve gathered the best Airbnbs in Frankfurt to make sure your visit goes hassle-free.
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Tents, windmills, caves, caravans, Airbnb doesn’t hold back when it comes to unique stays. But how about staying in a full-fledged photo studio? Located in the Frankfurt-Eschersheim outer area of the city few steps away from the S-Bahn station, this property is a hidden gem. With the original design, lots of cool photos and videomaking details and rave reviews, Studio 101 is a great pick for an unconventional Airbnb in Frankfurt. And if you’re a photographer, you can also rent it as a studio so win-win all the way.
Frankfurt is its skyline and this Airbnb delivers the most stunning view of it. Majestic during the day and absolutely spectacular when the night falls, the high towers are seen straight from your balcony are definitely a sight to behold. Also, it’s a really good apartment with a pleasant minimalist design, a fully equipped kitchen, and a 24/7 concierge at your service. Just perfect for a business trip when you combine sightseeing with work. The location is convenient too, the Airbnb is next to the Frankfurt Central Station and has great public transport links to everywhere in the city.
Whether you’re in Frankfurt for business or just exploring what the city has to offer, The Flag apartment fits the bill of comfortable accommodation. The view here is outstanding, your windows will overlook the Main river and the iconic Flößerbrücke bridge. It has plenty of space, a cozy modern interior, a 41-inch flat-screen TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with a Nespresso machine. Panoramic windows were a success among guests who also noted the hospitality and friendliness of the staff. Also, the location allows you to easily reach the picturesque Altstadt (Old Town) of Frankfurt with postcard-perfect historic houses of Römerberg square.
Large, modern and super affordable, this Airbnb located in Offenbach is a great accommodation near Frankfurt. It offers a stress-free stay in a quieter area with all the advantages of living in the sprawling Hesse region capital. The S-Bahn station that takes you directly to the financial district, Messe, Airport and the railway station is just a few blocks away. The apartment is a part of a historic industrial building. Shop for groceries at the market nearby and get out to explore the small city charms of Offenbach drinking apple cider in one of its taverns.
With a convenient location next to the S-Bahn station and European Central Bank, this well-designed duplex is a rare find in Frankfurt. The interiors are well though-out featuring modern amenities, an open kitchen and even a terrace that is quite untypical for the properties in the city. All of it means that you’re getting a premium Airbnb experience with lots of space and good privacy. Everything is spotlessly clean and comfortable as noted by numerous satisfied guests.
It’s is great when the Airbnb experience is well though-out up to detail. It is the case in this superb Offenbach-Westend apartment. Slick interior designs, ultramodern furnishing, great location 5 minutes away from the S-Bahn station, the property gives you a classy stay in Frankfurt. Comfort-wise the proposition is excellent: a fully equipped kitchen with a coffee maker and espresso strainer, 50-inch Smart TV, electric shutters in the bedroom, a private underground parking space (a real rare find in busy Frankfurt). And don’t forget about a spacious balcony terrace ideal for lounging and having a time off.
If Frankfurt’s Airport is busy but still has busier rivals, its Messe is the largest trade fair in the world. Naturally, many visitors come to the city to participate in events and trade shows. If it’s the case, this Airbnb would be a great accommodation choice due to its proximity to the halls of Frankfurt’s Messe. Specifically designed with the business travelers in mind, it boasts functional designs, has a fully equipped kitchen and also features a 75-inch Ultra HD TV with PlayStation 4 to relax after a long day of meetings. The public transport stops are just a few steps so you’re well-connected to the rest of the city.
With just 25 minutes S-Bahn ride to the airport and 15 to the city center, F22 is a great Airbnb in Offenbach am Main, a cool city in Frankfurt urban area. With affordable cost and great connectivity to all the points of interest, this apartment provides a stylish and welcoming refuge from the urban bustle. Extremely positive reviews from guests recount a great hospitability, stylish design and comfortable location. Offenbach is definitely not a faceless satellite city boasting a pretty historic part, plenty of laid-back restaurants and even a 120-meter high “City-Tower” skyscraper.
It’s all about the expansive vistas at this cool Frankfurt Airbnb. The central location next to the financial district and the Alte Oper concert hall makes it easy to get around the city. You will stay in the skyscraper meaning a prime direct view of dramatic Frankfurt downtown that is among the highest in Europe. There are two rooms, a washing machine, a fully stocked kitchen as well as a spacious balcony. It takes you right in the pumping heart of the affairs-filled city leaving you satisfied with the comfort of an exquisite stay.
It shouldn’t be all dynamic and rapid, get yourself a pleasure to stay in a quiet neighborhood of Frankfurt to explore the other side of the city. This Airbnb is perfect for a tranquil break with pretty designs and garden views. It is situated in a laid-back historic neighborhood of Westend-Süd with beautiful townhouses, plenty of superb restaurants and a legendary 19th-century Palmengarten botanical garden nearby. It is here that you can embark on an unhurried discovery of the authentic core of Frankfurt having cider at one of the city’s Apfelweinlokal and trying traditional Handkäse mit Musik (sour milk cheese with raw onion vinaigrette) and Frankfurter würstchen (a lightly smoked sausage).
Cute and comfy, this Airbnb in Frankfurt’s hippest Sachsenhausen quarter is a great pick for accommodation. With easy links to both the city center and the airport, it would be an ideal base to combine sightseeing with an exploration of the local food and drinks scene. You will stay at a renovated apartment of a historic townhouse carefully adapted to modernity. Full of light and boasting pretty details, it evokes the atmosphere of Frankfurt on the edge of the 19th and 20th centuries. Just nearby you have a big choice of taverns, bars and shops. Also, the famous Museumsufer (or Museum Embankment) is easily reachable so be sure to go on a tour along the river Maine.
As business-oriented as it is, Frankfurt can also be quite surprising and quirky. Like you can stay in an actual houseboat with a beautiful marina view. One of the best alternative Airbnb options in Frankfurt, Emma is a dreamy pick for those who don’t shy away from the peculiarities of living on the water. You’re guaranteed the best sunrise and sunset view over the Maine river observed in comfort from a private terrace with sunbeds. Inside you find, well… boat interiors adapted to provide a comfortable stay with a toilet, a shower and a gas stove. There is a hot water supply and a refrigerator as well as a kitchenette. It’s a truly romantic experience in the last place where you’d expect it.