Stay in Frankfurt’s best hotel apartment accommodation close to Frankfurt’s city centre
Discover everything Frankfurt has to offer and stay in the best apartment hotel accommodation close to Frankfurt's city centre. Capri By Fraser Frankfurt offers urban-inspired, stylish and clean 4-star serviced apartments ideal for short stays. Located close to Frankfurt's CBD, Altstadt and the city's wealth of cultural sights, our hotel residences offer an excellent accommodation experience for those travelling for business or leisure.
Capri By Fraser Frankfurt
Welcome to Capri By Fraser Frankfurt, your seriously social apartment hotel close to Frankfurt's city centre. Ideal for short-stay business and leisure travellers, Capri By Fraser Frankfurt offers urban-inspired design, bold colours and high-tech in each of its generously appointed studio and one-bedroom serviced apartments. Enjoy the comforts of a contemporary hotel as well as the convenience of the property's onsite conference and meeting facilities.
Staying in Frankfurt
Welcome to Frankfurt, known as Germany's - and Europe's - premier financial and commercial hub on the River Main. Here you'll find Germany's busiest airport, the European Central Bank and the German Stock Exchange, sitting alongside a well-preserved cultural heritage, internationally recognised dining scene and Frankfurt's offbeat, chic and eclectic neighbourhoods. Frankfurt may be built around business, but it manages to encapsulate a vibe all of its own.
Your apartment hotel in Frankfurt is conveniently located nearby Frankfurt's CBD and the city's historic old town. Don't miss the opportunity to stroll along the Zeil shopping promenade featuring everything from international luxury brands to cool boutiques featuring designer one-offs and custom creations. In the city's Altstadt (old town), check out the Römer - Frankfurt's city hall for over 600 years - as well as St Paul's Church and Frankfurt's best museums located on Museum Embankment.
Top things to do in Frankfurt
When selecting the best apartment hotel accommodation in Frankfurt, don't miss out on the opportunity to explore everything this amazing city has to offer.
> Discover Frankfurt's historical heart with a walking tour through Altstadt, including Römerberg, St. Paul's Church and Emperor's Cathedral.
> Spend a day (or two) exploring the wealth of museums along the Main's Museum Embankment.
> Dig into Frankfurt's food scene and dine at Frankfurt's best restaurants, markets and boutique eateries.
> Stay out late in Bahnhofsviertel and mingle with Frankfurters in the area's bars, clubs and restaurants.
> Shop like a local in Bornheim, then head over to Nordend for a wander through the area's picturesque streets and Günthersburgpark.
Frankfurt's Altstadt is where you'll find many of the city's top historical sites, including Römerberg square and St. Paul's Church as well as the northern span of the Iron Bridge which connects the Museum Embankment district. Römerberg is a must-see - the old town centre plays host to many of the city's top events including Frankfurt's renowned Christmas markets. Römerberg's buildings hark back to the 15th Century and when standing in the middle of the square it feels like you've stepped back in time. The area was painstakingly restored after it was bombarded during WWII, and today forms one of Frankfurt's best attractions.
The best way to get to Römerberg from your serviced apartments accommodation is to walk a short distance to Frankfurt Hbf, then jump on the S3 line to Wiesbaden Hbf. Another short walk will place you in the centre of Altstadt.
Banking on history
Frankfurt doesn't just respect history, arts and culture - the city fairly well revels in them. Frankfurt stands out as one of the top cities in the world when it comes to museums, boasting no less than 40 dotted throughout the city. The best museums in Frankfurt can be found in the Museum Embankment district, close to Altstadt and hugging the banks of the Main. Whether you're interested in gothic art and architecture, film, avant-garde art, ancient sculpture, music or the life and works of Goethe, you'll find a venue to suit your interests. Must-see museums include the Archaeological Museum in the Carmelite Monastery which features exhibitions devoted to Frankfurt and its surrounds since prehistoric times, and the German Film Museum, dedicated to showcasing the origins, present and future of film and celebrating German and international filmmakers.
Get to Museum Embankment from your apartment hotel along Europa-Allee via Frankfurt Hbf. Take the S3 line and alight at Wiesbaden Hbf. Enjoy the picturesque walk through Altstadt to the banks of the Main.
More than frankfurts on the menu
Frankfurt doesn't appear on internet top tens of the world's best food cities, yet nevertheless the local food scene is world-class and attracts chefs from all over offering up their fare to Frankfurt's enthusiastic diners. Beyond the cider taverns once known as the height of Frankfurt's culinary contribution to the world, the city boasts an experimental side to food and dining that deserves more attention.
Eat - and shop - like a local at the Kleinmarkthalle - an indoor market hall featuring everything from smallgoods to bakeries, greengrocers and regional specialities. For a lunchtime bite of local delights, head to Ebert's Suppenstube, a local butchers’ shop that doubles down on hearty (and healthy) fare including freshly made soups, salads and currywurst. Heading upmarket, the Michelin starred Seven Swans offers a seasonal and regional vegetarian menu using ingredients from the restaurant's very own permaculture farm located just outside the city limits.
Out and about in Bahnhofsviertel
From your serviced apartments, enjoy a short walk to Frankfurt's central train station and exit through the east end. Step out and you're in the neighbourhood of Bahnhofsviertel, named after its proximity to the station. Once Frankfurt's red-light district, the area has undergone a renewal in recent times driven by a thriving student population and artistic scene. Now, small bars, restaurants and carefully curated late night clubs line the streets - it's the best place to mingle with Frankfurters (as the locals are known) once the sun goes down. Frankfurt has an abundance of 'whisper bars' - otherwise known as a speakeasy - and you'll find one of the city's best in Bahnhofsviertel. Hidden away in a basement on Elbestraße, you'll find one of the most exciting cocktail bars in the world, the Kinly Bar. Mixologist René Soffner and his team take great pride in surprising and delighting guests with their unique cocktail creations.
Beautiful Bornheim and Nordend
To the northeast of the CBD, you'll find the neighbourhoods of Nordend and Bornheim. Locals call Bornheim "Das Lustigee dorf" - the merry village - and for good reason. Traditional cider houses sit alongside restaurants and boutique shops to create an eclectic and relaxed community vibe. If you're aiming to try Frankfurt's famed Apfelwein (cider), this is the place to do it. Traditional cider house Zur Sonne with its old-world charm and generous beer garden is an ideal place to down a pint of cider with friends.
The nearby neighbourhood of Nordend is a lively and diverse district with two of Frankfurt's best parks, Bethmannpark and Günthersburgpark, the latter of which was once a private estate owned by the Rothschild family. The area's boutique shops at the lower end of Berger Straße make for great shopping and you'll delight in discovering their unique offerings. To get there from your serviced apartment accommodation, head to Frankfurt's central train station and take the U4 U-Bahn line to Bornheim Mitte.
Getting to and around Frankfurt
Getting to Capri By Fraser Frankfurt couldn't be easier. Frankfurt is host to Germany's busiest international airport, as well as the hub for most of Germany's road and rail networks. Arriving at Frankfurt am Main Airport, take the S9 S-Bahn line to Frankfurt Hbf. Those travelling with luggage should consider taking a taxi the 1.7 kilometres to Capri By Fraser, located at Europa-Allee 42.