Radisson Blu Hotel, Frankfurt
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Fabelhaftes Hotel mit ausgezeichnetem Service. Die Zimmer sind wirklich komfortabel und sauber, Badezimmer toll, sehr modern, und die Betten sind die bequemsten, in denen ich je geschlafen habe. Die Oyster Bar ist total cool (einziger Nachteil war der Geruch vom Abflussrohr), und die Bar ist sehr schick. Das Hotel sieht toll aus, wenn man darauf zukommt, und fast so, als würde es den Hügel herunterrollen, wenn es windig ist. Ich kann dieses Hotel empfehlen, weil es wirklich komfortabel ist und guten Schlaf garantiert. Außerdem empfehle ich die Euro Pizza in derselben Straße; nette Dame, die äußerst hilfsbereit ist. Viel Spaß!!
Ausgezeichnet, sauber, modern
Waren hier für 5 Nächte. Zimmer war ausgezeichnet, sehr sauber mit allem modernen Komfort. Es gab ein paar Probleme, weil das Hotel erst wenige Wochen alt ist, die aber schnell gelöst wurden. Habe nichts auszusetzen, sehr empfehlenswert.
Das Hotel ist toll. Von außen wirkt es sehr beeindruckend + innen ist es noch besser. Das Personal ist sehr freundlich + professionell. Die Zimmer sind klasse - sehr modern + sauber + ich hatte einen sehr schönen Blick. Ich habe Zimmerservice bestellt, der sehr effizient war - kam innerhalb von 5 Minuten nach der Bestellung an! Kann nichts Nachteiliges zu diesem Hotel sagen + würde es mit Sicherheit empfehlen.
Stilvoll und preiswert
Obwohl die Zimmer nicht besonders groß sind und die Einrichtung eher an Ikea als an Conran erinnert, ist der Gesamteindruck der Zimmer hell, komfortabel und modern. Das Bett war sehr gut, auch wenn es die üblichen zwei zusammengestellten Betten waren, um die man in deutschen Hotels nicht herumzukommen scheint. Es gab einen Flachbildfernseher mit einer begrenzten Auswahl von Kanälen und wie in allen Radisson-Hotels steht im Zimmer ein kostenloser Wi-Fi-Zugang zur Verfügung. Das Personal war freundlich und die Bar modern und angenehm. Einziger echter Nachteil war, dass das Hotel etwas außerhalb der Stadt in einem Gewerbegebiet liegt. Deshalb kann man nicht aus der Haustür heraus einen kleinen Spaziergang unternehmen, und mein Blick auf die in der Nähe liegenden doppelten Fahrbahn war auch nicht allzu inspirierend. Das Hotel hat aber einen Taxistand, und die 10-minütige Fahrt in die Stadt kostete durchschnittlich 10 Euro. Preise waren angemessen, ca. 140 Euro einschließlich Frühstück.
This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. We were only in Frankfurt for 15 hours on a super long layover and I wished that we had been able to stay at the Radisson for a week! It was our anniversary and we got one of the rooms on the "end" of the circle right at the top (room 1610). The room was a little bit small but the view was outstanding, the bathroom was gorgeous and the furnishings were modern without being weird. The staff was incredibly attentive and pleasant. We got welcome champagne on arrival and a fruit basket and champagne delivered to our room with a handwritten "Happy Anniversary" card!!!
There are 2 restaurants on site: The Coast and The Gaia. We ate at the Gaia and it was truly the best dinner I have ever had. I know this review sounds a little over the top but this place deserves the accolades. It is asparagus season in Germany apparently and in addition to their regular menu, they had a special menu featuring asparagus that was stellar. The breakfast buffet was very expensive (25 euros) unless you stay in the "business class' room and it is included. It was extensive with tons of Germany specialties so if it fits into your budget and you have the time to linger and get your fill, I would say it is worth the money.
We took the train from the airport to the main trainstation and a cab from there which cost about $18 and took 45 minutes. On the way back to the airport, we opted for a cab and it cost 25 Euros and took about 12 minutes.
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Stylish and good value
Although the rooms are not the largest, and the fittings feel a bit more Ikea than Conran, the overall feeling of the rooms is bright, comfortable and modern. The bed was very good, albeit the usual two beds pushed together that seems to be ubiquitous in German hotels. There was a flat screen TV with a limited selection of channels and like all Radissons you get free wi-fi access in your room.
The staff were friendly and bar was modern and pleasant too.
The only real downside is that it is a bit out of town in a business district. So you can't step out the door and have a wander, and my view of the nearby dual carriageway wasn't too inspriring. The hotel has a taxi rank though, and it typically cost me 10 euros for a 10 minute ride to the centre.
Rates were reasonable, costing about 140 euros including breakfast.
Ultra Modern and Comfortable
This is by far the nicest hotel I have stayed in when travelling in Germany. It looks very cool from the outside (apparently it resembles a Euro) and very nicely decorated inside. I liked the fact that it was very modern, boutique-style, but NOT dark. The colours are smashing and bright.
The lobby has some cool features and neat lounges with ultra modern architecture. The staff at reception is very capable and very nice.
The rooms are well-appointed, modern decor, and bright. The bathrooms are very functional and beautiful in design. Plasma screen in room. Lighting is very inviting and practical.
Fabulous hotel with excellent service. The rooms are really comfortable and clean, bathrooms are great, very fashionable and the beds are the comfiest I've ever laid in. The Oyster bar is very cool (only down side being the drain smell) and the bar is very swish. Hotel looks great as you approach it and almost looks like it might roll down the hill when it's windy. I recommend this hotel as it is really comfy and great for a night sleep. I also recommend Euro Pizza down the road, lovely lady can't do enough for you. Enjoy!!
Excellent, clean, modern
stayed here for 5 nights. Room was excellent, very clean with all the mod cons. There were a few problems due to the hotel only being a few weeks old, but all were quickly seen to.
Cannot fault, highly recomended.
This hotel is great. It is striking to look at + inside is even better. The staff are very pleasant + professional. The rooms are great - very modern + clean + I had a great view.
I ordered room service + it was very efficient - arrived within 5 minutes of ordering!Cannot fault this hotel at all + will definitely recommend.
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