W-LAN with Hi-Speed-DSL incusive in all our apartments.
For all our guests we have a phone flat for free.*
Intern. SAT-TV in all apartments – for every Guest the right program.
Frankfurt, the metropolis on the river Main, can be regarded as one of the most modern and most important cities in Germany, even in Europe. It has 660,000 inhabitants and is therefore the biggest city in Hesse and th5t biggest city in Germany. Frankfurt is especially known because of its economic and structural importance for Germany, for instance, Germany’s biggest stock exchange can be found here.
The European Central Bank, the most important financial actor on the continent, is also located here. The airport, one of the largest passenger and cargo airports worldwide, guarantees quick and easy access to Frankfurt, making the city with the prominent skyline the ideal host of numerous trade fairs. More than 40 trade fairs, many internationally renowned, are held here each year. In 2012, more than 1.5 million visitors attended a trade fair in Frankfurt. This continual influx of international business people creates a vibrant melting pot of new ideas and of multiple cultural backgrounds.
Many visitors to Frankfurt and to one of the trade fairs would like to ensure they stay at a suitable accommodation which guarantees the highest comfort and allows the guest to relax- without the anonymity of a hotel. As a result, there is a huge demand for furnished accommodation, for example apartments.
Many international visitors prefer to extend their stay after visiting a trade fair to enjoy the many sights of Frankfurt, for example the zoo, the botanic garden “Palmengarten”, the numerous museums and the internationally acclaimed art exhibitions.
Guests will quickly realize that Frankfurt is not only a city of historical importance, because many German emperors were crowned here or because the famous German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in Frankfurt. In addition to this, Frankfurt is a centre of attraction for art lovers who will enjoy visiting the opera or one of the 70 theatres located here.
So what could be more convenient than staying, either for a few days or even for weeks, at an apartment in Frankfurt which is only a short distance to many sights and attractions? Delegates to one of the many conferences hosted by the University of Frankfurt, alma mater to some Nobel prize winners, will also appreciate staying in comfortably furnished apartments and will try to rent one of these. Frankfurt has a brilliant infrastructure, as a result, all sights can be easily reached from all city districts.