Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt, Germany

Radisson Blu Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany is undoubtedly one of the best hotels I have stayed so far. The minute I walked in the front door, I knew I would have a pleasant and enjoyable stay at this lovely Frankfurt Germany hotel. The architectural round-shaped Radisson Blu is a view to look at from outside the hotel, and it continues inside the hotel as well. One thing you will notice when you enter the Lobby is wine hanging from the ceiling, a splendid touch for sure. If you’re traveling in Frankfurt, Germany Radisson Blu Hotel is one of the best hotels you can stay at to enjoy the city of Frankfurt, Germany.

Radisson Blu Frankfurt Hotel

Radisson Blu Hotel Frankfurt, Germany

Radisson Blu Hotel Frankfurt Germany | (c) Photo By WCities

There are different type of guest rooms you can pick from. They are Fresh, Business, At home, Executive and Romantic. So you can chose depending on the type of your visit to Frankfurt, Germany. The rooms come with a code lock box so you can lock your valuables in and not worry about loosing it. Also the rooms are equipped with free TV and Internet access.

Radisson Blu Frankfurt Pool

Radisson Blu Frankfurt Pool | (c) Photo By Sean Wilkes

The recreation area on the top floor of Radisson Blu hotel in Frankfurt, Germany is free of charge for hotel guests, offering a pool, sauna, steam bath, solarium and a breathtaking skyline view. I enjoyed the sauna and the pool while enjoying the company of my friend. It is definitely a do not miss opportunity if you are in Frankfurt, Germany, especially since its free for the hotel guests.

Radisson Blu Frankfurt Room

Radisson Blu Frankfurt Room | (c) Photo By Ron D

The food served at Raddison Blu Frankfurt, Germany was so delicious. If you want real German food, then you can just order as you wish, and you will be satisfied. The breakfast buffet is not a miss. I am a food lover, so I sure did not miss it even though I had to wake up around 7.30 am. The restaurant is called the Gaia Restaurant, which is on the main floor.

Breakfast at Radisson Blu Frankfurt

Breakfast at Radisson Blu Frankfurt | (c) Photo By Sandy Kemsley

The cost for staying at this hotel was not cheap. A standard room was around 159 Euros and a business class room was around 209 Euros when I was there in 2009. However, you can find a room for much lower from this website. I was in a business class room and I must say it had a spectacular view of Frankfurt, Germany surroundings, and waking up to the morning sun was just amazing.

Overall, I say Raddison Blu in Frankfurt, Germany was a great place to stay, no complaints at all. If I really have to think of a downside, it is a bit far from the city, located in the western part but it is so worth coming to a warm, clean and fresh bed after sight seeing in Frankfurt, Germany!

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2 Responses to “Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt, Germany”

  1. If you are going on vacation to Frankfurt, I can recommend visiting the Paulskirche, it became famous as an important meeting place. Built to replace the Barfüßerkirche (Church of the Barefooted), it was opened in 1833, the construction work began in 1789. The first freely-elected German parliament sat there in 1848. Destroyed in an air-raid in 1944, the church was rebuilt in 1947/48 as a memorial to the horrors of war. The simple hall now provides a venue for important events such as the annual German Peace Prize ceremony and the City of Frankfurt's Goethepreis awards. Both are dedicated to civil rights.

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