Hotel Concorde

Address: Karlstrasse 9, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60329, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Gallusviertel area of Frankfurt, is near Main Tower, Jewish Museum (Judisches Museum), Holbeisteg, and Schillerdenkmal.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Concorde Frankfurt

      Vicino alla stazione

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      Situato dall'altra parte della strada rispetto alla stazione, il Concorde è un hotel molto pulito e moderno. Lo staff è stato molto d'aiuto nel darci suggerimenti su degli ottimi posti dove mangiare - ancora non riesco a realizzare che ho mangiato cinese in Germania, ma era un ottimo cibo cinese. L'hotel fornisce WiFi senza costi aggiuntivi e ho potuto farmi la migliore doccia della mia vacanza. Raccomando senz'altro questo hotel a chiunque viaggi dalle parti di Francoforte.

      Convenient to the HBF

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      Right across the street from the train station, the Concorde is a very clean, modern hotel. The staff was very helpful in providing suggestions for great places to eat - I still can't get over the fact

      that I ate Chinese in Germany, but it was very good Chinese. The hotel provides WiFi at no additional cost and I took the best shower I've ever had while on vacation. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to the Frankfurt area.

      David (Kerry Ireland)

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      War für ein paar Tage über Sylvester hier. Wir sind eine Familie aus zwei Erwachsenen und 3 Kindern und hatten deswegen 2 Zimmer. Das Hotel ist zentral und in der Nähe des Hauptbahnhofs, die Zimmer sind sehr sauber und modern, das Frühstück ist erstklassig und bietet eine gute Auswahl. Die Angestellten waren sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit und man bekommt ein gutes Preis-Leistungs-Angebot :-)

      Liebte das Hotel Concorde

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      Dies ist ein tolles Hotel. Zentral gelegen. Die Zimmer sind eine der saubersten, in denen ich je gewohnt habe. Das Frühstück ist super und die Angestellten haben sich sehr um uns bemüht. Sie kümmerten sich um Zugfahrpläne für uns und rieten uns wo und wo man am besten nicht essen gehen sollte. Sie sagten uns, wie viel die Taxifahrten kosten müssten und reservierten Tische für uns. Ich hoffe hier ändert sich nichts.

      David (Kerry Ireland)

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      Siamo stati qui alcune notti sotto Capodanno. Famiglia di 2 adulti e 3 bambini, abbiamo occupato due stanze. L'albergo è centrale e vicino alla stazione dei treni, le stanze sono moderne e molto pulite, la colazione è eccellente e c'è una buona scelta. Il personale è amichevole e molto servizievole, c'è un buon rapporto qualità prezzo :-)

      David (Kerry Ireland)

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      Stayed here for a few nights over the New Year. Family of 2 adults and 3 kids so had two rooms. This place is central and near the train station, the rooms are very clean and modern, the breakfast is excellent with a good selection. The staff are very helpful and friendly and its good value :-)

      Off Beat, but very Neat

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      Here is a possible traveler scenario: You arrive in Frankfurt by train and have no hotel reservations and you find that your favorite chain hotel is booked full. What do you do?

      My recommendation is to check with the hotel booking service in the main train station. They will know exactly what is available, prices, etc. They charge a small fee for the booking, but this is not a concern.

      I mention this as preface because that is not how I found the Concorde Hotel, but the hotel that the service DID send me to took me past this quaint little hotel and I made a note that next trip, I'd try it.

      The area around Frankfurt's train station is just like these areas in most cities....lots of sleazy joints, cheap restaurants, perhaps a hooker or two and the usual ration of weirdoes cruising around. But one can quickly walk from the station to the Concorde and soon be in a small, but comfortable room for a lot less than one would have to pay at the bigger, smarter, more distant hotels.

      Breakfast was more than adequate, service was above par and the room was very clean and neat. The singles have nice bath with shower, a luggage rack, a small desk and a twin sized bed, so this is not a place where you will want to spend any more time than sleeping hours. If you want more space, book a double room even if its just for one person. The rooms have an unusual color scheme arrangement that allows one to program the color of the lights...red, blue, yellow, etc. No real views from the windows and no special amenities.

      So why pick it? Price, (often under 100Euros for a single with breakfast), and location, (five minutes from the train to the airport), are the big benefits to staying at Concorde.

      Note that the train station area is probably less than 100% safe after dark. I would not recommend this hotel for elderly or infirm travelers. Going and coming to the hotel, one must be careful and pay attention to what is going on around you. If in doubt, take taxis to and from.

      Loved Hotel Concorde

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      This is a great Hotel. Centally located. The rooms are one of the cleanest I've stayed in. The breakfast was great and the staff could not do eneogh to be helpful. They looked up train time tables for us on the internet, they made great suggestion on where to eat and where not to eat, they directed us everywhere we wanted to go. They told us how much our different taxi fares should be along with making dinner resevations for us. I hope nothing changes.

      Great stopover hotel!

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      We stayed in the Concorde for one night as a stopover while driving between Dunkirk and Brno (CZ) and found it was ideal for this. We located the hotel very easily and although the hotels secure car park was full (unfortunately you have to prebook parking which I didn't know and was one of the reasons I'd chosen the hotel as I didn't want to leave a Lotus out on the street) we managed to get parked right outside where the parking is free on an evening until the next morning.

      The service from the staff was excellent and they really went out of their way to help. Just as I arrived at the hotel I got a business call from home and urgently needed access to a PC and my email. I asked at reception and was told this was no problem and was led through to a small business centre where I managed to sort out the problem. All the staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough for you.

      The hotel itself was just my thing and is decorated in a contemporary style. Its spotless throughout and the room had mood lighting (so you can choose blue/orange/or white!) and excellent (and quiet) air conditioning. The only downside was that the room was pretty small but the standard of fittings etc are very good. This was fine for our stay or maybe a couple of days but I wouldn't say its suitable for much longer.

      The breakfast was fantastic and there was a huge choice - the pain au chocolate were to die for :)

      The only downside is its location for families who want to take a walk around the area. We decided to go find a bar for a drink but just a couple of streets away was what seemed to be the red light district - lots of adult shops and table dancing bars. We decided to go back to the hotel bar for a drink in the end!

      All in all it was a great hotel and if I were doing the same trip again I would not hesitate to stay there again.

      Modern hotel, small rooms

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      Stayed for 2 nights in the Concorde last month and have to say that although the hotel is modern and quite stylish, my overall feelings towards this place are somewhat mixed.

      On the Plus side: The hotel is modern, clean and stylish with air condition in each room. The breakfast is good with a large variety of cereals, warm dishes and bread, sausages and cheese. Staff was very friendly and accommodating.

      On the down side: The rooms are quite small and especially the room numbers ending on 8 are resembling a cupboard. Stayed in a box room for the first night, because I did not want to stay in a room facing the front (see additional comment below). To be fair to the staff, I was warned about the size of the room. It really is small ! For the second night I was moved to a double room with no additional charge

      Because of the overall size of the rooms, all the rooms do not have closed wardrobes but just some open area for hanging clothes. This did not affect my stay (with a small overnight bag) but I would think it can cause people some problems who travel with large suitcases.

      Another notable "minus" was that the breakfast room is located in the basement with no Air-con. This means that it can get quite sticky down there even early in the morning.

      Additional comments: Massive construction site just opposite of the hotel with building works starting at 7:00 a.m. Would not affect you if you are up early. Otherwise ask for a room at the back (there are just three per floor incl. the box room !). I think the disturbance by the construction site is somewhat reflected by the low prices charged at present

      The hotel is located just opposite the central train station which makes it quite convenient to reach by public transport, but means that the proximity to the red light district is noticible, especially in the evenings. But this affects all hotels in this area to a certain degree and if you are easily offended by the sight of drug addicts and other shady characters sitting around in the vicinity of the train station, I would suggest you stay somewhere else.

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