Frankfurt is not the first destination most travelers think to visit when they’re headed to Europe. But many will end up there regardless, if only in transit, as the city is home to one of the largest and most trafficked airports on the continent. That’s not the city’s only claim to fame — Frankfurt is also the financial capital of the European Union, housing both the headquarters for the European Central bank and one of the world’s largest stock exchanges. Whether you’re passing through en route to somewhere else or are planning a trip to Frankfurt alone, there’s plenty to do that has more to do with culture than commerce, from touring its museums and galleries, to visiting its parks, to eating your way through the city that gave the world frankfurters. These are the Frankfurt Airbnbs to book during your stay.
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This newly renovated studio is perfect for business or solo travelers, complete with a bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette, balcony. For travelers on the go, one of the biggest perks of the apartment is that the experience is completely digital, relying on contact-free technology and a support team to ensure that every stay is seamless from check-in to check-out. Located in the heart of Frankfurt near the Frankfurt West train station, the building also comes with helpful amenities such as complimentary laundry facilities and a shared rooftop terrace for relaxation.
Location is a big selling point for this one-bedroom apartment by Eschenheimer Turm, a landmark city gate on the northern side of Frankfurt and one of the tallest late gothic towers in Germany. The apartment overlooks the city’s “Central Park” in the upmarket Westend neighborhood, near the Old Opera House and other attractions. The apartment itself is a mix of classic comfort and fun decor touches, including specialty lighting in the bedroom and a modern kitchen. You’ll love the terrace outside the living room, and a parking spot is available if needed.
The Flag West M is a modern hotel in the heart of Frankfurt that caters to business travelers. There are 228 rooms total, all of which come with amenities like high-speed WiFi, a fridge and Nespresso machine, a jukebox, a safe, and a digital concierge that help guests get settled regardless of their length of stay, as well as communal amenities such as a rooftop terrace, gym, and co-working space. Pets are welcome for an additional fee.
Frankfurt isn’t known for being as fashionable Berlin or as quaint as Munich, but this one-bedroom apartment is both. It’s pleasantly spacious for a one-bedroom apartment — something that can be hard to find in Europe — and has some modern touches that make it feel upscale, particularly when it comes to the sleek bathroom. Remote workers will also find plenty of nooks and crannies to set up their laptops comfortably when they’re not taking advantage of the central location.
Located between two of the most popular parts of town, this one-bedroom apartment has the benefit of connecting you to all the most important parts of the city while being surrounded by green spaces and including a small balcony overlooking the garden, making Frankfurt feel a little less industrial. Techies will appreciate the devices that come with the apartment, from the Philips Hue lighting system to the Sonos speakers and Apple TV. The apartment is located a five-minute walk from the commercial area of Berger Straße where several grocery stores and supermarkets can be found, as well as many restaurants and cafes. Günthersburg Park is right across the street from the apartment for an afternoon stroll.
Not only does this one-bedroom apartment in Frankfurt have an enclosed patio area with an outdoor couch that serves as a front-row seat to the cityscape, but there’s also a work setup out there — complete with a desktop and additional monitor — that has to be one of the most idyllic places in Frankfurt to take care of business. The interior is relatively simple but well-appointed, including a kitchen area with just enough space to make a nice meal. Another perk is the underground parking lot if you’ll be coming with a car.