Modern Frankfurt airport hotel with free WiFi, all-day dining and a fitness centre

Holiday Inn® Frankfurt Airport hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from Frankfurt Airport’s terminal two and a short shuttle ride for a fee from both terminals one and two. You can reach the city centre in 30 minutes, from Frankfurt am Main Flughafen Fernbahnhof station, 20 minutes’ walk from the hotel. The A3, A5 and A661 motorways are a five-minute drive away and the hotel offers onsite parking for a daily fee.

Admire works of art in the Städel Museum or discover a vast collection of fossils, insects and reptiles in the Senckenberg Naturmuseum. Both can be reached in 20 minutes by car. Catch football matches at the Commerzbank-Arena stadium, just 10 minutes’ drive away.

The hotel’s six modern meeting rooms are naturally lit and there’s free WiFi throughout the hotel. Conveniently located within the Gateway Gardens Business district, the hotel is a 20-minute drive from major events at the Messe Frankfurt trade fair.

Wake up to a full American breakfast, then enjoy international cuisine and regional specialties in the all-day restaurant. Watch sports on the big screens, work or relax: all in the hotel’s Open Lobby, a space that invites you to linger and socialize. Keep up your fitness regime in the 24-hour gym. Kids stay and eat free at this welcoming Frankfurt hotel.



Frankfurt Airport is the main international airport serving the region. It is the busiest airport in Germany and the fourth busiest in Europe. The airport has connections to the most number of international destinations in the world including Beijing, Delhi, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Portland, Phuket, Cairo, New York, Seoul, Doha, etc. The major airlines serving the airport are Lufthansa, Condor, Air Berlin, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, Thai Airways, SunExpress Deutschland, etc

Nearest Airport: Frankfurt Airport is 12 km from the city centre and it takes less than 20 min to travel between the city and the airport. 

The Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (main station) is one of the busiest and largest train stations in the whole of Europe and the architecture is beautiful. The other two stations are the Flughafen Fernbahnhof (airport station) and Südbahnhof (south station). There are over 1000 trains that connect Frankfurt with national and international cities.

Various trans-European bus operators like Eurolines run in Frankfurt. The main station is the central terminus (Hauptbahnhof). Euroclub connects the city with Kiev (Ukraine). 

Journey Suggestion: The roads leading to Frankfurt are in good condition. Not all the bus drivers will be able to communicate in English so it’s recommended to confirm your destination and other details with passengers.


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