The Westin Grand Frankfurt  

Excellent 4.5/5 Score from 966 reviews Hotel Review

The Westin Grand Frankfurt Location

Konrad-Adenauer-StraBe 7, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

  • Steps from Konstablerwache
  • Minutes from Museum of Modern Art
  • Short walk to Eschenheimer Tower
  • 16 minutes to Frankfurt am Main Airport (FRA)

Amenities

Rooms with:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathtub
  • Coffee/Tea Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Telephone
  • Blackout Curtains
  • Complimentary Bottled Water
  • In Room Safe
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Shower
  • Bathrobes
  • Interconnecting Room(S) Available
  • Toiletries
  • Writing Desk
Popular Facilities:
  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • Business Centre
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Elevator
  • Laundry Service
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Newspapers
  • Restaurant
  • Smoking Area
  • Poolside Bar
  • Valet Parking
  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in Public Area
  • WIFI Available
Activities:
  • Sauna
  • Spa

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Room Type Rate per night

Room Facilities : Refundable,Room Only,

deluxe room

Room sleeps 1 guest

  • Refundable
  • Room Only

 $ 355


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executive room

Room sleeps 2 guests

  • Refundable
  • Room Only

 $ 404


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grand deluxe room

Room sleeps 3 guests

  • Refundable
  • Room Only

 $ 434


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junior suite

Room sleeps 2 guests

  • Refundable
  • Room Only

 $ 484


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About 

The Westin Grand Frankfurt in Frankfurt


The Westin Grand Frankfurt offers 371 rooms and suites. They have specialized Westin heavenly Beds. In addition, they offer the specialized Heavenly shower which have rights reserved to the hotel. The hotel has a number of amenities as services such as free Wifi in the lobby as well as internet access in the rooms. Rooms also have a coffee maker. Complimentary breakfast is available. The rooms have many modern features such as flat screen TVs and mini- fridges.

The Westin Grand Frankfurt is also great for group events. The hotel boasts 13 conference rooms. They are flexible in their layout and can hold up to 1,000 people all on one floor of the hotel. The hotel also has relaxation and culinary delights. There is an Emotion Spa with pool, sauna samarium. They also have luxurious spa treatments and a workout room that gives 24- hour access. Chinese dishes are available at Restaurant San San. For lovers of Japanese Cuisine, there is a Sushi Restaurant Sushimoto. In addition, there is a more traditional GrandSeven Restaurant and Bar where guests can indulge in cocktails and energizing foods.
  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out: 12:00 PM
  • Wi-Fi is available at cost
  • All Spaces Non Smoking
  • Fitness Center
  • Pets friendly at charge


Things to Do While Staying at The Westin Grand Frankfurt
  • 1 minute walk to Street cars, the U & S-Bahn
  • Farmers Market is outside the door
  • 5 minutes walk to Cathedral Museum
  • See Zeilgalerie
  • Take a short walk to the Stock Exchange
  • Enjoy Frankfurt skyline from Main Tower
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  Customer Reviews
Sandra M

Brisbane, Australia
Jan 15, 2017

In real need of a refurb!

We stayed here for a Social Club Xmas function Our room left a bit to be desired Only 1 robe for a couple Only 1 bedside lamp worked The aircon was not functioning properly no matter how low we tried to set it the room was not cool The carpet under the aircon vent was wet and musty All in all the hotel was a bit sad and needs a real upgrade :-(
Khu_uk

London, United Kingdom
Jan 11, 2017

Great reasonable hotel

Great hotel just 10 mins walk from CBD. Nice pool, jacuzzi and clean rooms with everything you may need. They charged me for carpark even tho they said it was complimentary but later refunded it after i complained. 4 stars because the cleaner threw our stuff on the floor to clean the sofas. If in Brisbane we will definitely stay here again :)
Greg R

Brisbane, Australia
Jan 11, 2017

Comfy Sunday

Read many reviews prior to our stay and paid particular note to the car park comments and therefore took the smaller of our cars.Whilst it was a car park that required your attention it was not impossible,in fact some of the bays are huge,it is the access that is tight.Anyway out of the car park and upstairs to our apartment which was on the fourth floor and we found to be very acceptable.Everything was as it should be,clean and tidy not musty and we had upgraded to a king size bed,which was beautiful and comfy.The balcony is only just a balcony,big enough for 2 chairs but amazingly quiet considering the city location and I think the bed was bigger than the balcony. We found the staff to be very helpful and obliging and would happily stay again as it is a great location and only a $13 cab fare to Southbank.
lianhualu

China
Jan 06, 2017

Quirkiness Doesn't Quite Work

This hotel tries to differentiate itself from nearby competition with a quirky sense of humour (gym is called Jim, open acknowledgement that car park is worst in the world), but unfortunately, we just weren't feeling it. Upon arrival we had to park in a loading zone outside as there was a minibus blocking the hotel entranceway. I stayed in the car as we have been almost ticketed before in loading zones in this area. My partner went to check in but came out exasperated. We had a Groupon voucher and I had booked online but there seemed to be some problem. I went back inside while the receptionist kept staring at her computer and looking annoyed. She wasn't rude or even unpleasant but her manner made me feel like I had done something wrong. I even found the confirmation email on my phone I was so concerned. Meanwhile, my partner had to go outside and inch his car forward towards the bus zone as more cars needed to use the loading zone due to inability to access hotel entrance. After 10 or so minutes checking in, the receptionist came out to show us how to navigate the entrance down to the car park as a truck was now blocking the main driveway. To be fair, the car park has a large sign with a considerable number of instructions at the entrance but we were so harried that we drove in without reading. After parking, we were unable to find our way back to reception. Depending on the floor you park on, there is a lift, a passageway or an exit gate beside the car entry gate which can get you back to reception. Every time we went to the car park we met people who were confused about how to get to their car/how to get back to reception. We only have a small car but we ended up being one of the many, MANY vehicles that have come to grief on the poles. 4WDs have to do 6 point turns to navigate. Our problem occurred because we drove to back to the gate by which we had entered only to find that the exit gate was below. We then had to do an extremely awkward U-turn (and my partner was not in the best mood!) It ISN'T enough to have humorous signs which acknowledge the troublesome car park. DO something about it. 1. Hire a signage expert to relieve confusion. There are arrows on the ground to show the exit but there are also arrows pointing the other way. Use different coloured arrows to show the exit. Use some of that "quirky humour" to write something like - "These red arrows will lead you out. Do not follow any other arrows or you may need blood pressure pills." 2. Put a large sign on each level of the car park to show guests the best way to reception. "There is a lift on the lower level but it is easiest if you just walk past the laundry on your right." "We know it is strange but please just use this exit door and come back up the driveway to the lobby." 3. Doors which can access reception have signs which say FIRE DOOR. DO NOT LEAVE OPEN. We met guests who were afraid to use them. "This is a fire door. You must not obstruct it or keep it open. However, please come on through to reception/the car park." 4. Put rubber or something protective on the posts. Black marks are preferable to missing paint. 5. Upon exiting the car park, it isn't immediately clear whether or not this is a one way street. Just make it easier for guests who don't know the area. PLEASE. 6. Don't charge people $15 to navigate this nightmare. Hotel Grand Chancellor has a trouble-free car park for $20 weekdays, free on weekends. Watermark has a $15 trouble-free car park. It's an insult to charge the same. Rooms: The rooms are fine. Our bathroom had a strange trapezoid shape which meant there wasn't a lot of room but I wasn't planning to ballroom dance anyway. The shower is hot and strong. Toiletries are good quality. The beds are huge and very comfortable. Bring an eye mask as there is some ambient light (curtain gaps, aircon light). The aircon was excellent. WiFi also worked well. The sound quality on the TV was distorted. Food: We tried to order toasted sandwiches or something light through room service but were told it wasn't possible. My partner had a chicken schnitzel burger which was heavier than he wanted but it was the best option. It was okay. My deconstructed pumpkin, spinach, onion ring salad was just strange. It was mostly pieces of cooked pumpkin scattered on a dinner plate with some outcrops of spinach underneath. It also had a few smatterings of crunch. Edible, quirky, certainly not humorous. The extras: Our Groupon voucher supposedly included a bottle of wine. No explanation about how to redeem it was ever given. We decided to stay for a second day and I rang to ask the tariff. I was quoted $136 room only. (Parking would be a further $15). Given that many Brisbane hotels are heavily discounted right now and The Urban is advertising summer specials of $109 on its website, it felt like an insult. (We went to Brisbane International Windsor Hotel - $108, free parking, equally comfortable beds, fantastic greeting at reception). The verdict: This hotel is perfectly decent. We love staying in this area so we can stroll through the Roma Street Parklands. Sadly, we just didn't feel that Urban was better than nearby competition and the car park caused us stress. If we were in Brisbane without our car and we had a different receptionist, I'm sure I would have appreciated the quirky humour a lot more!
mazda1988

Nottingham, United Kingdom
Jan 04, 2017

Nice roo with View

Room was very nice with a little balcony which had lovely views over Roma Park and looking at the mountains in the distance. Located within the CBD it was a short walk into the centre. Hotel has a small gym and nice swimming pool. Nice room and en-suite, staff where helpful.

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