Hostels Germany - If you are looking to meet
other travelers during your vacation and hotels don't
suit your taste, consider staying in a hostel. Hostels
have rooms with or without roommates and usually a
community room. Hostel use to be very popular for
students backpacking through Europe. The cost for
one night stay on average is cheaper than a hotel.
The majority of hostels have internet access, linens,
storage, breakfast, and 24 hour check in, just like
the hotels. The quality of hostels is very high in
Germany, they are kept clean and have a multilingual
friendly staff. Nowadays though tourists of all ages
are using this form of accommodation. Many
Frankfurt Hostels have done away with curfews
and quiet hours. Some still do have age requirements
if you are staying by yourself.
The Hotel Munchner Hof is located
on Muenchener Strasse 46 in downtown. Within five
minutes you can be at the hot spots in the center
of the city. They offer a reasonable rate of $33 dollars
a night during most seasons. Each room has their own
private shower, and a breakfast buffet is included
in the price.
The Stay & Learn Hostel is located
on Kaiserstrasse 74 in the heart of Frankfurt. The
main train station is right by the hostel and there
is easy access to the rest of the city. The bars,
cafes and restaurants of Frankfurt are only a walking
distance away. Inside the hostel you will find an
internet café for use. This hostel offers linens,
storage, breakfast and all the perks that come with
staying in a hostel.
If you are seeking a hostel that is on the quiet
side then find your way to Hotel Anna
which is located on Larchenstrasse 95. You are only
about eight minutes from the downtown life. They have
99 rooms and even a BBQ area. They of course offer
the normal accommodations for a hostel. The Haus der
Jugend is another good hostel. They are located on
Deutchherrnufer 12. If you wish reach them by phone
call +49 69 6100150.
The Motel One Frankfurt Offenbach
is on Sprendlinger Landstrasse 177a. Each morning
you can enjoy a well made breakfast buffet. There
is a bonus to staying here if you have rented a car,
because they do have parking for cars. Not all hostels
do, since they may be located on a small street and
built before the need of parking lots. All major credit
cards are welcomed.
Whether you are passing through Frankfurt
for one day or staying for a few weeks, staying
at a hostel may be an economical decision. Since there
are usually community rooms in a hostel, you may end
up making a friend during your stay. There are plenty
of online services that can help you make a reservation
at a hostel of your choice. You don’t have to
make reservations but if you are traveling during
a busy season, you may find yourself without a room.
Hostels can get packed during the peak season because
they offer a lodging at a great rate. Do your research
online and also make your booking this way.