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Frankfurt in the Mirror

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Frankfurt in the Mirror

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In the Middle of the Skyline

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My Zeil

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Pure Skyline

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Römer

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Skyline in the Morning

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Sunset in Frankfurt

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Alte Oper

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Alte Oper

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Fair Frankfurt

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River Main in the Morning

Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel and Conference Center is a two-minute walk from Frankfurt International Airport's Terminal 1 via two convenient covered walkways—making it the ideal choice during your Frankfurt travels. Despite being connected to a major international transport hub—and being the closest hotel to the airport—our soundproof rooms are free of air traffic noise.

We are also just 15 minutes from the city center of Frankfurt: the transportation and commercial center of Germany and the financial heart of Europe, with over 360 banks and a host of international corporations. The internationally-renowned Frankfurt Trade Fair, among the largest in the world, is easily accessed from the hotel.

Always buzzing with commerce and culture, Frankfurt is full of inspiring contrasts in which striking modern skyscrapers stand alongside historic buildings. Wonderful historic highlights such as the Goethe Haus, Paulskirche, the Römer, and the Dom are just a 15-minute train ride away. Reachable in the same time, a shopper's paradise awaits on one of the world's longest shopping streets—Zeil—as well as on the exclusive Goethestrasse, offering endless possibilities for shopping lovers looking for luxury as well as those on a budget.

Frankfurt is a green city offering many picturesque areas and ample opportunity to escape outdoors for recreation along the Main River or in many beautiful parks. Great day trips from Frankfurt include a visit to charming Heidelberg and the gorgeous Rhine River Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.