in the urban and popular Ostend district!

Enjoy comfort and cosiness German style

At the Plaza Hotel & Living Frankfurt we offer comfortable overnight accommodations in large and spacious rooms and apartments. You will feel right at home in our spacious rooms, apartments, studios and our suite. Relax even more in our sauna with adjacent quiet room or make yourself comfortable on our roof terrace. Visit with us and enjoy the ultimate comfort of the Plaza Hotel & Living Frankfurt – whether it’s for business, vacation with family or friends or for an extended stay.

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Discover Frankfurt with our brand new Swapfiets rental bikes. A short trip into the city center or a relaxed ride along the Main bank - our location is perfect for a ride on the beautiful Dutch bikes.

From now on you can borrow them at our reception for only €2,50 per hour or €12 per day.

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Use our bicycle rental - Plaza Hotel & Living Frankfurt

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The perfect starting point for all types of activities –
many sights right at your fingertip

Our hotel is the ideal starting point for business meetings and leisure fun. It is situated in the prospering City Ost district, near the Hafenpark, the Main river, the zoo and the European Central Bank. From here, everything is just a stone’s throw away – pubs, historical sites or museums. Frankfurt is dynamic and international, a financial centre and a city that hosts a multitude of trade fairs every year. Here, you will find both cosy Ebbelwoi pubs (Ebbelwoi is the Hessian word for apple cider) and a multitude of historical buildings in the middle of the lively city centre. Here you can experience history up close. Frankfurt’s most famous son, the writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, is as well-known as the Imperial Cathedral of St. Bartholomew and St. Paul’s Cathedral, which is the cradle of German democracy.


The riverbank with many museums or the „Kunsthallen” (exhibition halls) are further attractions inviting for a stroll. Internationally well-known locations, such as the Schirn Kunsthalle, the Städel museum, the Deutsche Filmmuseum (German film institute) or the Museum of Modern Art reflect Frankfurt’s rich cultural scene.