Apart-hotel next to Messe Frankfurt
Capri by Fraser Frankfurt Germany is ideally located in the centre of Frankfurt. Close to the CBD and transportation system, it is also within walking distance to one of the world’s largest exhibition centers. Skyline Plaza, a shopping mall with over 180 retail shops and international restaurants, is also conveniently located nearby – a mere 3-minutes’ walk from the property
SAKS OFF 5TH
A paradise full of designer fashion waiting to be discovered. The Outlet-Version of New Yorks luxury store, directly from Fifth Avenue to Frankfurt.SAKS OFF 5TH stands for an exclusive choice of greatly reduced premium labels. Get the hottest trends of international famous brands from Valentino, Prada & Gucci to Burberry to Yves-Saint-Laurent. Shoes and accessories, beauty products as well as home and interior department.
Italian restaurant, brasserie & pizzaria. Culinary delights meet modern architecture.
Main Tower Restaurant & Lounge
This unique restaurant offers a high-level culinary experience served with a spectacular panorama of the city of Frankfurt at a height of 187 meters.
Luxury mediterranean kitchen with international influences in a modern restaurant with antique wall painting.
Seasonal European Kitchen & Wine in a unique modern building resembling a revamped American diner "Trinkhalle".
ALEX Skyline Plaza
Elegant & modern eingerichtet mit angrenzender Dachterasse (Skyline-Garden). / Café, pup, bar and bistrorant for breakfast, lunch, diner - just round the clock. Elegantly and stylishly furnished with adjoining rooftop terrace (Skyline-Garden).
PRIME TIME Fitness
Fitness at the highest level - shape your body next to a 270 degree view over Mainhatten. Situated on the 53rd and 54th floor of the MAIN TOWER is europes highest fitness center, PRIME TIME fitness.
The popular location connects comfortable atmosphere with metropolitan style and is described from regular guests as a "designer feat" with people of the scene. Around the clock you can enjoy Cafe Latte, small dishes and of course classic and exotic cocktail creations.
Mainhatten meets Berlin, meets London, meets Ibiza...3 bars, one lounge-area and a stage with a size of 50 square meter with audio sound system, show-technique and LED-wall. Unique in Germany the Live-Music-Club hosts concerts and performances of hip DJs and musicians.
With over 200 meters the fourth highest skyscraper in Germany. Including restaurant & lounge, own Fitness Club and visitors platform with a panorama view over the city of Mainhatten.
Popular American-style piano bar for after-hours drinks and socializing.
A haven for poets, musicians, activists, and other liberal types.
Fashionable club - dancing on three plateaus to techno and electro beats of local and guest DJ's.
The number one club for electro and Indie fetishist.
Ultramodern nightclub formerly known as Cocoon Club. Well known traditionell charm in each of the 5 sound-areas from electro over mixed music to mash-up and urban-beats
Famous international variety theater and own variety orchestra with appearances of international cabaret performers.
Humans from numerous different nations live in this multinational quarter round Frankfurts famous red-light district. Formerly known as a problem area, Bahnhofsviertel now belongs to the hotspots of the scene.
Der Frankfurter Jazzkeller
Located in a basement grotto, this is the place to go for some of the city’s best live jazz. The Jazzkeller was an important meeting point for the American and German jazz singers in the 1950s and 1960s. Don Ellis, Bill Ramsay and Eddie Harris are some of the regular singers here.
Popular with professionals and executives, Luna Bar is a great place for late-night cocktails in central Frankfurt.
Indoor & outdoor swimming pool
Frankfurt Main Train Station
Laube Liebe Hoffnung
Festhalle / Messe U-Bahn station
Messe U-Bahn station
Skyline Plaza (Food Court and Restaurants)
A large food court and good selection of restaurants within the shopping mall
Shopping Mall with over 170 outlets
Frankfurter Dom (Dom Square 1, 60311 Frankfurt)
Known as Frankfurt’s red sandstone cathedral with its 95-metre Gothic tower, this historical site dates back all the way to 1400s.
Römer (Römerberg 27, 60311 Frankfurt)
Römer, or the old town hall in the northwestern corner of Römerberg, consists of three step-gabled 15th-century houses. In the time of the Holy Roman Empire, it was the site of celebrations during the election and coronation.
The Römerberg is Frankfurt’s old central square, a long block west of the Dom. Buildings from the 14th and 15th centuries, reconstructed after the war, give visitors an idea of how beautiful the city’s mediaeval core once was.
Goethe-Haus (Grosser Hirschgraben 23-25)
This is the birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832). Completely rebuilt after the war (only the cellar survived Allied bombing), it is furnished in the haut-bourgeois style of Goethe’s time, based on an inventory taken when Goethe’s family sold the property.
Old Jewish Cemetery (Battonn St, 60311)
Tombstones here date from the 13th century right up to 1828. Only about one third survived Nazi depredations. The exterior of the cemetery’s western wall, known as the Wand der Namen, is studded with rows of metal cubes bearing the names of 11,000 Frankfurt Jews who died in the Holocaust.
Alte Nikolaikirche (Römerberg 11, 60311)
One of the few Altstadt structures to survive the war, Alte Nikolaikirche is a Protestant church built of red sandstone in the 13th century.
Paulskirche (Paul Square 11, 60311)
Frankfurt's Paulskirche started as a Lutheran church in 1789. By 1849, it had become the seat of the Frankfurt Parliament. Today, it hosts concerts and exhibitions.
Kaiserdom (Dom Square 1, 60311)
A Roman Catholic Church constructed in the 14th and 15th centuries. The original structure was destroyed in the fire in 1847 and reconstructed in neo Gothic style. Further reconstruction works were carried out after the Air raids of WWII badly damaged the cathedral.
Cocoon (21, Carl-Benz-Strasse, Frankfurt/Main 60386)
Known for its experimental music and futuristic interior with a dance floor, the club hosts many renowned international DJs as well.
Odeon (34, Seilerstrasse, Frankfurt/Main 60313)
The Odeon club is housed in central Frankfurt's 200-year-old Bethmann Pavilion. There is a large dance floor and a ‘chilled-out’ winter garden.
Sansibar (2, Japan Centre, Taunustor, Frankfurt/Main 60311)
A popular and classy bar with smooth dance music in the heart of Frankfurt's financial district.
King Kamehameha (192, Hanauer Landstrasse, Frankfurt/Main 60314)
Housed in a former brewery in Frankfurt's Ostend, this club features a dance floor and laid-back lounge areas.
Living XXL (Kaiserstrasse 29)
A large mainstream club, with a restaurant and six bars in the basement of the Euro tower which is also home to the European Central Bank.
The Cave (Brönnerstrasse 11)
Frankfurt’s number one rock club. DJs feature alternative rock as well as punk and metal in two barrel-vaulted cellars.
Sinkkasten (Brönnerstrasse 5)
Expect plenty of live music here, as well as nostalgic vinyl from the 1980s.
The parkland along both banks of the Main River is ideal for a stroll. The most popular section is between the two pedestrian bridges - Holbeinsteg and Eiserner Steg. Festivals such as the Museumsuferfest, Mainfest and Fressgassfest are often held along the promenade.
A green and peaceful 29-hectare oasis in the city's Westend, complete with a landscaped Korean Garden.
Palmengarten Park (61, Siesmayerstraße, Frankfurt/Main 60323)
Palmengarten is home to several sub-tropical conservatories and outdoor gardens. Stretching over 50 acres in the city's Westend, it is one of the most popular parks in Frankfurt – and one of the largest botanical gardens in Germany.
Frankfurt Zoo (Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1)
This is the second oldest zoo in Germany. Set in more than 13 hectares, it is home to over 4,500 creatures.
Restaurant Opéra (1, Opernplatz)
A high-end restaurant set in Frankfurt's grand opera house with handing chandeliers and ornate gold ceilings. The menu offers fine dining delicacies, including fresh asparagus, veal and lavish seafood.
Mama Kim (Kettenhofweg 61)
Mama Kim, located in Westend, the upscale area of Frankfurt, offers exceptional and authentic Korean food. Enjoy bimbimbap, bulgogi and Korean sushi, along with the Korean BBQ.
Loft 52 (14, Europa-Allee)
An upmarket bistro and restaurant, located in Frankfurt's modern Europaviertel development, serves seasonal, offbeat dishes chosen from a frequently-changing menu.
Restaurant Weidemann (Kelsterbacher Strasse 66)
The renowned restaurant, south of the Main, serves succulent meat and fish dishes. Meals all have a subtle Mediterranean twist and the wine list is extensive, with over 100 different varieties.
Harvey’s (Bornheimer Landstrasse 64)
A family- friendly place, serving international food, with a great corner location and windows on three sides.
Paparazzi (Seckbacher Landstrasse 48)
A relaxed and romantic eatery serving good Italian food.
Apfelwein Solzer (Berger Strasse 260)
A traditional restaurant, run by the same family since 1893. Authentic regional and German dishes are served in the wood-panelled precincts of a traditional Apfelweinwirtschaft (apple-wine tavern).
Buffalo (Kaiserhofstrasse 18-20)
Open since 1973, this renowned steakhouse also boasts an impressive wine list.
Lobster (Wallstrasse 21)
A cosy and friendly ‘wine bistro’ that is renowned for its meat and fish dishes
Best Worscht in Town – Snack Point (Berger Strasse 80)
A popular place that serves some of Frankfurt’s finest hot Worscht (known to people from other regions of Germany as Wurst).
Oma Rink's Sterntaler (Musikantenweg 68)
A good place for apple wine and local specialties such as Rippchen mit Kraut (grilled pork cutlet with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes). This particular German fare is known to be hearty and meaty.
Brasserie an der Alten Oper
A brasserie serving red meat, fish and pasta of German, Italian and French persuasion. This is one of four cosy little eateries facing the east side of the Alte Oper, only moments away from the shopping district of the Zeil.
Restaurant Die Leiter (Kaiserhofstrasse 11)
Well known for its interesting combination of Italian and French cuisine, be sure to try the ‘Original Wiener Schnitzel’!
Manolya (Habsburgerallee 6)
A Turkish restaurant - Frankfurt’s favourite for two decades - serving delicious Anatolian specialties, including several vegetarian options.
Le Bistro Avocado (Hochstrasse 27)
A special French restaurant serving a five-course menu (as well as a lunch menu) with a little garden area outside.
Ariston (Heiligkreuzgasse 19)
A Greek restaurant serving delicious dishes, both traditional and creative. Specialties include beef, lamb, wild-caught fish and, of course, souvlákion (kebabs).
Erbgut (Hans-Thoma Straße 1)
A cozy cafe/restaurant located in the heart of Sachenhausen that gives German cuisine a contemporary twist
Possman (Eschborner-Landstraße 156-162)
One of Frankfurt´s best-known Applewine brands is brewed right here. Patrons can also sample some of the most traditional German food too.
Walon & Rosetti Bar & Grill (Moselstraße 15)
A popular gastropub amongst trendy Frankfurters. Located in the trendy red-light district of Frankfurt, Bahnhofsviertel, its food & cocktail menus change regularly.
Skyline Plaza (Europa-Allee 4)
The Skyline Plaza is located in the middle of the Europaviertel, making it a popular meeting point in Frankfurt. With 170 specialty stores and service providers covering 38,000 square metres, customers can find just about anything their hearts desire.
Zeilgalarie (112-114, Zeil, Frankfurt/Main 60313)
A nine-floor shopping mall with many international high street stores, such as H&M, United Colors of Benetton, Lush, Sisley, Crocs, Lego, and Samsung - to name but a few. The shopping mall also has a food court catering to different tastes. On the top two floors, you will find an indoor play centre called “Halligalli” (entrance fee is applicable).
An upscale department store in the heart of Zeil. The department store features women’s, men’s, children’s, food, technology and home sections.
An open market set along the riverfront Schaumainkai between two pedestrian bridges, Eisener Steg and Hobeinsteg, at the Osthafen, along Lindleystrasse, about 1km southeast of the zoo. This market opens every other Saturday.
Bornheimer Wochenmarkt (Am Uhrtürmchen Marktplatz )
With 280-metres of luxury, Goethestraße is the “New Bond Street of London” and “Champs Elysees of Paris”. This is where you will find luxury and designer boutiques such as Chanel, Mulberry, Miu Miu, Hackett, Jimmy Choo, Cartier, and Burberry.
A shop specialising in crafted, sturdy wooden toys with special appeal for collectors.
Kleinmarkthalle Food market (Hasengasse 5)
An indoor food market selling fresh vegetables, fish, meat and cheese etc.
Bitter & Zart (Braubachstr. 14)
A chocolatier and cafe, well known amongst local Frankfurters
Main-Taunus-Zentrum (Am Main Taunus Zentrum)
A large outdoor shopping mall in the Taunus region, 12 kilometers outside Frankfurt city. Main Taunus Zentrum is the Hessen region’s largest shopping mall.
A museum of artefacts, paintings (including a Matisse confiscated by the Nazis), photographs and documents, housed in this residence of the Rothschild family.
Kinder Museum (An der Hauptwache 15)
Known for presenting exhibitions geared towards children and focusing on local history and cultural relevance.
A science centre featuring optical illusions and extraordinary images of all sorts, including stunning stereoscopic slides of insects and mammals, mind-boggling holograms and 3-D X-ray images of flowers.
Museum für Kommunikation
A museum of particular interest to children, displaying the history of communication and tips on how to make invisible ink and decipher codes.
The museum covers the history and culture of the Jewish communities in Frankfurt, Germany, from the 12th to the 20th centuries.
Museum für Moderne Kunst
Museum of Modern Art, known as the ‘piece of cake’ because of its distinctive triangular footprint. This collection focuses on European and American art from the 1960s to the present.
This is a world-renowned institution, founded in 1815, that houses a collection of works by 14th- to 20th century painters, including Botticelli, Dürer, Van Eyck, Rembrandt, Renoir, Rubens, Vermeer and Cézanne, plus Frankfurt natives such as Hans Holbein.
This late 19th Century villa houses a sculpture museum. This superb collection encompasses Greek, Roman, Egyptian, mediaeval, Renaissance and baroque works, with some items from East Asia.
A 1900s neo-baroque building that is home to Frankfurt’s fine natural history museum. A popular attraction for families with children, it has full-sized dinosaur models, both inside and out, plus exhibits on subjects such as paleontology (including fossils from the Grube Messel site), biology and geology.
This is considered a leading venue in Europe for innovative temporary exhibitions. Set in the historic city centre, some of the better known exhibitions held at the Schirn include works by Yoko Ono, Wassily Kandisnsky and Edvard Munch.
The original opera house, inaugurated in 1880 and was painstakingly rebuilt to resemble the original after the war. Its ornate facade is graced with statues of Goethe and Mozart.
Astor Film Lounge (Zeil 112-114)
This upscale movie theatre is located in the heart of Zeil. Screening the latest releases, it features comfortable reclining chairs, as well as indoor and outdoor bar areas with great views across Frankfurt city.
Skating is available every Tuesday evening in all weather conditions. This sociable activity features a 2½-hour (17km to 37km) circuit - with a police escort - that begins at the southern end of Ignatz-Bubis-Brücke (served by tram number 14).
Open Air Bath Bergen-Enkheim (Fritz-Schubert-Ring2)
Here, you will find an Olympic-sized pool (50m), non-swimmers´ pool, wading pool, diving pool (5-metre diving platform), sunbathing lawns, a play area, children´s playground, sporting grounds, and a beach volleyball court.
Open Air Bath Nieder-Eschbach (Heinrich-Becker-Straße 22)
Facilities include a swimming pool, non-swimmers´ pool, wading pool, water slide, sunbathing lawns, a play area, children´s playground, sporting grounds, beach volleyball court, basketball court, and a small football pitch.
Frankfurter Golf Club e.V. (Golfstraße 41) 60528
An 18-hole championship course situated in the heart of an extensive forest, with the Frankfurt skyline as a backdrop.
Forest Playground Carl-von-Weinberg (Golfstraße 60528)
An excellent "playground" that’s perfect for children, featuring a large sports field and sunbathing area, an aqua-park and two playgrounds with swings, see-saws, sandboxes, slides, carousels, and a rope course.
Forest Playground Scheerwald (Sachsenhäuser Landwehrweg 60598)
This playground offers visitors a large revolving sprinkler providing welcome relief during hot days, a special play area, and an 18-hole mini-golf course with wooden figures, a roller-skating rink, ping-pong tables, a basketball court and a football area.
Frankfurter Reit- und Fahrclub e. V
The club offers dressage and show-jumping training - for both horse and rider.
Reiterverein Sindlingen e.V.
Every second Sunday from spring until autumn, this charitable, non-profit riding school gives small children the opportunity to ride on little ponies.
Frankfurt City Forest
Covering close to 5,000 hectares, Frankfurt City Forest is the largest communal city forest in Germany. The 450-kilometre-long network of paths is ideal for walkers, runners, cyclists and hikers.
Heinrich Kraft Park
This is the largest of Frankfurt's seven forest playgrounds. Here, you’ll find courts for badminton, volleyball and basketball. Other attractions include a football pitch and shoot-out goal, fitness paths, ping-pong tables and a mini-golf course (fees are applicable).
Meridian Spa (Europa-Allee 4)
This upmarket fitness, pool and spa concept, originally from Hamburg, only opened its Frankfurt branch in 2014. As well as indoor and outdoor pool areas, there is also a children’s crèche where little ones are looked after and entertained while parents exercise or relax.
Rebstockbad (Zum Rebstockbad )
Popular with locals, these extensive indoor & outdoor wave pools feature water slides and a wellness area. Offering good value for money, the Rebstockbad is also a popular birthday party venue for children.
The Feldberg is the highest point of the Taunus region, only 20 kilometers away from Frankfurt. Many different tracks are available for hikers as well as mountain bikers. At the top of Feldberg, on a clear day, visitors can enjoy a fantastic view of Frankfurt and enjoy traditional food from the Hessen region.
Capri by Fraser, Frankfurt / Germany
Capri by Fraser Frankfurt / Germany
60327 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: +49 69 133 88 77 888
Fax : +49 69 133 88 77 999
Frankfurt on the Main (pronounced ‘Mine’) is unlike any other German city. Known as ‘Mainhattan’ for its skyscrapers, it is a true capital of Finance and business – home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges and the European Central Bank. The city also hosts some of Europe’s most important trade fairs, including the largest book and motor shows worldwide.
Frankfurt consistently ranks as one of the world’s most liveable cities, with a rich collection of museums, lots of parks, a lively student scene, excellent public transport, fine dining and plenty to do in the evening. Nightspots range from cosy neighbourhood apple-wine taverns to some of Europe’s most exciting night clubs.
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
Most of the amenities are within Skyline Plaza Shopping Mall
- DM (Chemist)
- Rewe supermarket
- An array of restaurants in Skyline Plaza or on Europa Allee
- Kamps Backstube and Erste Wiener bakery
- 3 x ATM machines
- Meridian Spa & fitness
- Others, including fashion, electronics, children’s, book, and flower shops.
Banks & Post office are not available in Skyline Plaza, but can be found at:
- Commerzbank 0,5 km (8 mins by foot)
- Deutsche Post 0,3 km (5 mins by foot)
Getting to Capri by Fraser Frankfurt, Germany
15 minutes by Taxi, from Frankfurt Airport.
From the airport, take A5 and A 648 to Theodor-Heuss -Allee/B44/B8. Continue on B44 and drive to Europa-Allee, which takes approximately 15 minutes
Take the S9 regional railway (S-Bahn) to Hauptbahnhof. Change to the U4 underground line towards Bockenheimer Warte or tram number 16 towards Ginnheim and alight at Festhalle/Messe. Thereafter, walk towards Capri by Fraser, which is 10 minutes away
Essential facts of Frankfurt
Frankfurt’s many charms can be enjoyed at any time of the year. Rivers such as the Moselle and Rhine are particularly popular from May to August. December has the best Christmas Markets.
- Summer: June – September, pleasant with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius. Mostly sunny.
- Autumn: October to December, cooler with occasional rain; average temperature is between 16 and 10 degrees Celsius.
- Winter: December to February: Cold with occasional snow; average temperature is between 9 and 1 degrees Celsius.
- Spring: March to May: Longer days and sunny. A good time to visit.
German is the official language of Germany. English is also widely spoken.
Euro - Most major credit cards are accepted in many of the large department stores.
GMT +1. Daylight saving time kicks in at 2am on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
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Banks are open as follows:
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 16:00 hours, some also open on Saturday
Shops are normally open as follows:
Monday to Saturday from 09:30 to 20:00 hours
Restaurants: 11:00 to 23:00
Frankfurt has plenty to offer to the shopping aficionado. The eminently strollable Zeil is the main shopping precinct, but along the Goethestrasse and other streets just west of Goetheplatz is where you will find the chicest fashion boutiques and designer jewellery shops.
No vaccinations are required for travel to Germany.
The electrical current in Frankfurt is 220/230V 50Hz and two-pin European plugs are used.
There is a standard “service charge of 15%” that is already added to your restaurant and café bills. This is called ‘Bedienung’. If desired, it is also appropriate to offer additional reward for exceptional service at 5-10% of the total bill. Alternatively, simply round up the bill when making payment.
- January 1st – New Year’s Day
- April 14th – Good Friday
- April 17th – Easter Monday
- May 1st – Labour Day
- May 25th – Ascension Day
- June 5th - Whitmonday
- October 3rd – German Unity Day
- December 25th – Christmas Day
- December 26th – Second Day of Christmas