|B&B from||Half board from||Full board from|
|€ 19.50||€ 25.50||€ 31.50|
The Youth Hostel is centrally located on the Main (south bank) with a view to Frankfurt's skyline. It is about a 10-minute walk to the city centre and almost all sights, from Goethehaus to Commerzbank tower, are easily reached on foot.
With a total of 434 beds, we are one of the world's largest Youth Hostels. Fifty-five percent of our guests come from over 100 different countries outside Germany, and make up the Hostel's multi-cultural flair.
Our Hostel is centrally located on the Main river and offers a great view of Frankfurt's skyline. It is only about a 10-minute walk into the city centre. You can easily reach 15 different museums and almost all the important sights on foot, from Goethehaus to the Commerzbank tower. The famous "Sachsenhäuser Apfelweinviertel" begins just behind the Youth Hostel. Guests who would like to explore the city even further in a short time can buy tickets for the public transport system from us at reduced rates.
On the one hand, our Youth Hostel offers the cheapest beds of the city in our rooms with several beds, but on the other, we also offer single and double rooms with en-suite showers and toilets for guests who prefer a superior standard - and lots in between.
Max. number of participants
|Floor||Rent per day|
|Großer Saal||325 sqm||400||100||60||40||60||-||€ 475.00|
|Terrassensaal||170 sqm||170||80||60||50||60||-||€ 250.00|
|Kleiner Saal||102 sqm||100||40||32||26||20||-||€ 160.00|
|Skyline-Deck||68 sqm||50||32||26||20||30||-||upon request|
|E 11||53 sqm||50||20||28||20||30||-||€ 90.00|
|E 10||29 sqm||24||12||16||-||20||-||€ 40.00|
|E 11||53 sqm||50||20||28||20||30||-||€ 90.00|
|E 12||29 sqm||24||12||16||-||20||-||€ 40.00|
|E 3||49 sqm||42||28||26||20||20||-||€ 90.00|
|Gartenhaus||32 sqm||24||12||16||-||20||-||€ 40.00|
|Gartenhaus UG||28 sqm||24||12||16||-||20||B||€ 40.00|
CD player, DVD player, flip chart, internet access (WiFi), magnetic board, metaplan board, microphone system, overhead projector, pin board, presentation case, projector, screen, slide projector, speaker's desk, telephone in conference room, TV set, video recorder, whiteboard
Frankfurt's history has been eventful between when it was first mentioned in an official document in the year 794 and its role as an international financial centre today. German history was made here, and Germany's most famous poet and authoer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, wrote his stories here. Today, Frankfurt am Main is undoubtedly Germany's city with the most impressive skyline. It's no coincidence that the city's monikers are "Mainhattan" or "Bankfurt". The metropolis at the heart of Germany and the heart of Europe has many different faces and is full of contrasts. Not far from the banking towers, you will find cosy pubs serving "Ebbelwoi" - the local version of cider - beautiful parks and an overwhelming variety of cultural institutions: 36 museums, 109 art galleries, about 30 theatres, a number of concert halls, and an opera house of worldwide renown.
To make your discovery tour of the city even more varied and convenient, you can buy tickets for the public transport system from us at reduced rates.
We can also provide you with free city maps, timetables and a small guide for € 1.50.
The building at the heart of the historic city centre became Frankfurt's town hall in 1405. It consists of several medieval buildings which were connected with each other. A neo-gothic facade was added towards the end of the 19th century. The most significant room of the complex is the Kaisersaal (emperors' room), where the walls are decorated with oil portraits of all 52 German emperors since Charlemagne.
St. Paul's Church
The cradle of democracy in Germany - in 1848, the first freely elected German parliament convened here. Today, one of the events the church is used as a venue for is the award ceremony for the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade. The 32-metre round painting by Johannes Grützke inside the church is also well worth seeing.
Three kings were elected in St. Bartholomew's Cathedral after 1356. Between 1562 and 1792, even emperors were crowned in the cathedral. After the cathedral burned down in 1868, the neo-gothic spire, 95 metres high, was added. Ascent to the spire top € 1.50 (pupils), 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Climb about 300 stairs up a narrow staircase.
Goethehaus and Goethe museum
The home of Goethe's parents is an original display of the living culture and art collections of Goethe's era.
The first and only skyscraper in Frankfurt that boasts a viewing platform at a height of 205 metres and a high-altitude restaurant with a fantastic view of the city and its surroundings.
The shopping mall's roof terrace provides a beautiful view of Frankfurt's skyscrapers.
The old opera house was reconstructed following the original designs in 1981. Today, it is one of the most renowned concert halls in Germany.
Some of the stock trading in Frankfurt still takes place in old stock exchange building with its renaissance-style dome. You need to make a reservation in advance to visit the gallery.
Botanical garden with plants and shrubs from every continent.
Come face to face with exotic animals in the heart of the city. One of the Zoo's many attractions is Professor Bernhard Grzimek's nocturnal animal house, others are the new seal pool, ape house and predator enclosure.
On weekends, the historic tram will take you through the city while testing the local specialty, Ebbelwoi (local type of cidre) - but you can also have apple juice.
This famous district of the city is well known for its original timbered houses and "Ebbelwoi". It begins just behind the Youth Hostel.
Numerous museums are nestled on either side of the Rhine along the "Museumsufer": Portikus (exhibition hall), museum for cultures of the world, German film museum, German museum of architecture, museum of applied art, museum of communication, bible house, Städel museum, Liebig museum, Giersch museum, Jewish museum, historic museum and children's museum, museum of modern art, Kunsthalle Schirn, archaeological museum.
Senckenberg museum (natural science), children's museum, Dialogmuseum (museum for the blind), Explora (technical museum), Struwwelpeter museum ("Shock-headed Peter" museum), money museum.