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Kaiserstr. 74, Bahnhofsviertel, 60329 Frankfurt, Germany – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 620 reviews)
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Food & Drink
Bar, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
Spanish, English, German
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 12 years are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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noisy and feeling of insecurity around
We booked a double room, so it felt like an hotel. It was a large room (even larger than some hotels), with a clean bathroom and towels. There was free dinner, but you had to arrive early to make sure you'd get served. I missed dinner by arriving 15 minutes later. The location is very practical, but the neighborhood can be a little scary if you are by yourself.
The door that gives access to the rooms SLAMS every time someone gets in or out, trembling the walls and making a loud noise. I've alerted the staff and they said they would do something about it.
Close to central station, Great staff, Best place to make new traveller friends, Free breakfast and dinner
Poor wifi in the room
The free breakfast + dinner, towels, wifi and clean bathrooms
The dirty looking floor, the square pillow and the broken cupboard
location, breakfast, staff
Location and staff and food service
Walk up lobby
Internet accessibility is good. Very close to the main railway station.
Smoke smell can get into the room from the windows. There is no clothe hanger in some rooms.
Room is small.bed is not comfortable
Very close to the main train station, quiet in room, bed and breakfast and shower inside the room for this price is really great
Staffs not so kind, small elevator
too much Noise ,reception make a lot of noise and TV broken.....
easy access all the little extra breakfest towel even souper even if i did not have chance to take one
well neer train station is always risky business but this one is so closer you dont have time to be scare.
Location was great. probably the nearest hotel/hostel to Frankfurt Central station ever been!! Free Breakfast was also good. Very easy access to other parts of the city.
Considering the fact that the Bahnhof Area in all cities of Germany has its own negative points, so everything about this old hostel is fair enough compared to the price.
It was keyless.
Very difficult to open room with the present system. I was unable to enter my room on my own at anytime. At one point, my husband as well, had difficulty. Selection of breakfast was poor and did not appear fresh.
-location and atmosphere of the hostel -breakfast was ok
-the noise over the night of guys running and knocking at all doors every hour -no wifi in bedroom
best Location friendly staffs
meeting room lots of smoking, I wish there is non smoking room
I was concerned about how difficult it would be to get across the street in front of the HBF and on to Kaiserstrasse, but it was safe and easy. Out the main entrance then a minute to the hostel. No need to use the underpass, even with our luggage. Our room and bathroom/toilet in this big old building were spacious, basic, and acceptably clean. Booked a twin room but received a triple, which was nice--one queen size bed and a twin. Comfortable bed with warm duvets. Hardwood floors in the bedroom, tile in the bathroom. Great shower with lots of water pressure and very little fluctuation in the temperature. We were each provided daily with a fresh bath towel, and there was a dispenser for paper hand towels, another for soap, and one for the tp. Also a hair dryer. No toiletries but they were available for purchase in the lively reception/lounge/common area and in any of the mini-markets close by. Staff, including the towel and cleaning crew, were all very pleasant and competent. We were on the 2nd (American 3rd) floor, overlooking the square. Street noise doesn't bother my husband or me, in fact we enjoy it, and we slept like logs, but if a person needs quiet to sleep, the noise from the square would necessitate earplugs. Although there were a few drunks and druggies, they were inoffensive and ignored us. The panhandlers were discrete and not bothersome. The Frankfurt police are doing an excellent job of keeping the area safe and desirable. The area was busy, bustling with business people and tourists, and had lots of cafes, restaurants, ice cream parlors, shops, and other businesses, including an apothecary a couple of doors down we used when one of us started developing a cold. The red light district was one street to the north and we did the Rick Steves' walk that included it. If you don't purposely go looking for it, you will never see it or know it is there.
Can't think of anything.
The position close to Frankfurt central train station. and the staff are friendly and helpful.
I didn't have high hopes for a hostel so cheap and so close to the central station but we were really impressed with Frankfurt Hostel. We booked 2 single beds in a private room, we had our own bathroom which was nice and clean and all with modern fittings. The common area felt like a bar/ cafe that I'd want to go to anyway for a drink! I'd go back for sure.
Staff is really nice,godd place for such money~
Location Breakfast Staff
Noisy sometimes. Main door needed attention
- Luggage room - There was included breakfast (I did not have it though)
- Serious renovation of the facilities is required especially the carpeting on the floor. The corridors smell! - The quality of the rooms was lower than shown on the internet.
The location is good.
The staff at the hostel were rude and unhelpful. Check in took a long time and it was not organised very well. The hostel only gave us one towel even though there were two of us staying there. The wifi was very slow.
Location is great.
The room is completely not insulated against noise. I can hear someone talking and snoring during the night.
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