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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Excelsior Frankfurt
The hotel is very conveniently situated opposite the central railway station.
I booked two rooms, a double room for my parents and a single room for myself. My parents room was clean, basic and overlooked the street and station. My room on the other hand, was several floors below facing the back of the hotel with a brick wall just a few feet away from the window.
Although we were only staying one night it was disappointing to have a room where I couldn't even see the sky.
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