Comfort Hotel Frankfurt City Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Frankfurt City Center
The hotel was nice and really close to Munich Main station. We just spent one night there so will not be able to tell a lot about other details. We got a free upgrade.
The room had a mini fridge, coffee maker, Iron with Ironing board and a locker.
It was worth the money. Will recommend it if you are using Frankfurt as a base for day trips to close by areas as the Main train Station ("Frankfurt (Main) Hauptbahnhof" or "Frankfurt (Main) Hbf") is at just 5-7 minutes walk.
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