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InterContinental Hotels FRANKFURT

Wilhelm-Leuschner Strasse 43
Frankfurt Am Main 
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Hotel Description:

The InterContinental Frankfurt hotel overlooks the River Main in the heart of the city, a short walk from the Old Towns central R merberg square. Our extensive conference facilities encompass 19 flexible spaces, including a large ballroom and the 21st-floor Salon Silhouette, with impressive skyline views. After work, enjoy a drink in the elegant DAXx Mainhattans Bar, dine on creative New German cuisine at Signatures Veranda Restaurant or unwind with a workout in the airy, 24-hour gym.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Euro
Number of floors:  21
Number of rooms:  467
Number of suites:  34
Time zone:  GMT


Signatures Veranda Restaurant: Our Signatures Veranda Restaurant serves modern regional and international cuisine sourced from carefully selected local producers. You can also enjoy generous buffet breakfasts and Sunday brunch, regular special offers and our one of a kind Steak Market,
Klosterhof: The Klosterhof is a German restaurant dating back to 1936. Enjoy German culinary treats as well as fresh draft beer surrounded by a historic and traditional ambience. During summer, you should have a drink in the beautiful beer garden.
Frankfurter Botschaft: The Westehafentower and the Frankfurter Botschaft are not only on the menu but are architectural highlights seen from this restaurant. Their kitchen mostly uses local and ecologically friendly products and offers a good selection of vegetarian dishes.
Holbein's Restaurant im St del: Holbein's is one of the finest restaurants in Frankfurt, serving international cuisine. It is located in the St del, the museum of modern art. You can enjoy many delights ranging from grilled fish, sushi, wok dishes to pasta and homemade sausage specialit
Sch neberger: Popular with the local residents, this cosmopolitan bar and restaurant is in the buzzing city district Bornheim. You can build your own breakfast with a huge selection of morning specialities. Breakfast is served on Saturday and Sunday only; reservations
La Scuderia: The cuisine is classic Italian with a distinct Mediterranean flavour. The la carte menu offers delicate Italian standards and excellent seafood, but the main attraction is the selection of changing specialities. Whether inside or outside, a relaxed frie
Zum Grauen Bock: This is a family managed restaurant with homestyle cooking with traditional dishes from Frankfurt and Germany. Enjoy homemade sausage specialities like Rippchen mit Weinsauerkraut, salted pork chops with sauerkraut, and the Frankfurt speciality Ebbelwoi w
Steinernes Haus: This restaurant, offering German specialties, was built 500 years ago. At this time, it was the only building made with stone. You might end up dining next to a politician from the Frankfurt city parliament having dinner here after debates in the Frankfur
Rama V: Enjoy authentic, fresh and healthy Thai dishes in Rama V's elegant atmosphere. The cuisine combines delicious blends of coriander, lemongrass, chilli, garlic and mint.
Schuch's Restaurant: Apples are the main ingredient in the dishes served at one of Frankfurt's most atmospheric restaurants with bourgeois cuisine. Enjoy vintage apple wine or make an apple wine tasting to get the best insight into the selection. We can recommend the apple bu
DAXx Mainhattan's Bar: In a low-lit setting with table lamps and framed prints, our inviting DAXx Mainhattan's Bar offers a menu of fine wines, cocktails and tempting bar snacks. Take your pick from more than 60 specialist whiskies, lean back in a comfortable leather armchair a


Fitness center on-site
Childrens's program

Room Info:

Meal included - lunch, Turn down service, Connecting rooms, Sofa bed, Bidet, Rollaway bed
Meal included - lunch, Turn down service, Sofa bed, Bidet, Rollaway bed
standard room: TV
intercontinental deluxe room: TV
intercontinental club studio king: TV
1 bed 1st floor: TV
superior room queen river view: TV
superior room: TV
standard room twin skyline view: TV
presidential suite: TV
panorama suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Nymphenburg I:
Nymphenburg II:
Riverside Room:
Theatersaal I:
Theatersaal II:
Rhein-Main/ Main-Mosel:

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Color television
  • Currency exchange
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • On-Site parking
  • Premium movie channels
  • Safe
  • Shoe shine stand
  • Storage space
  • Travel agency
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Concierge desk
  • Desk with lamp
  • Florist
  • High speed internet connection
  • Internet access
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe deposit box
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tennis court
  • Trouser/Pant press
  • Voice mail
  • Airline desk
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Golf
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Restaurant
  • Satellite television
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Two-line phone
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Bathrobe
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Cribs
  • Dry cleaning
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Limousine service
  • Minibar
  • Pets allowed
  • Room service
  • Separate closet
  • Stereo
  • Transportation
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

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ABACIABACI, located on the Goethestrasse, is the store of a young fashion designer selling his own collection for the modern and individual gentleman. Tip: The designer s speciality is tailor-made clothing.

Antiquariat Orban & StreuA very well-equipped book store selling and buying antique books, which specialises in 'Francofurtensia'. They have a huge selection on ancient cultures as well. Tip: If there is a book you cannot find in the shop, Thomas Orban, the owner, will personally

August Pf llerThis family-run department store is located on the Goethestrasse and offers women s and children s collections from internationally renowned designers as well as young aspiring labels. Tip: A children's clothing store and a delightful boutique called Des

Bitter & ZartThis chocolaterie sells chocolate in every imaginable form: delicious cocoa, delectable spreads, home-made bars or in fruity combinations. Tip: If you are adventurous concerning exotic tastes, then you should try their spicy chilli pralines.

Pottery MaurerAn authentic Frankfurt souvenir is the Bembel, which is a kind of carafe for drinking apple wine. At Bembel Maurer you can find a great selection of Bembels as well as all kinds of typical Frankfurt pottery.

Sinn Spezialuhren GmbHSinn produces special watches for professionals, from extreme athletes, pilots to Frankfurt's firemen. Tip: Guided tours for groups of at least five people are available. Reservations must be made one week in advance and we would be happy to assist you wi

Herbs & Tea House SchnorrThe spice and teahouse Schnorr, founded in 1956, has a comprehensive assortment of teas consisting of 300 types from all over the world. They also carry spices, porcelain and tea accessories, Asian specialities and handicrafts, gourmet foods from around t

HugendubelA giant book store spread over four floors; there's nothing you can't get here - including an extensive selection of books in English language. Even if the shop is very busy, there are quiet corners for thumbing and browsing through the books. Tip: A smal

KleinmarkthalleYou would never expect this plain and simple 1950s building to be one of the best places to buy fresh food in Frankfurt. Once inside you will explore a colourful mini-bazaar selling regional and international specialties. Tip: Don t leave the market hall

GoethestrasseThis part of the city, between Alte Oper and Rossmarkt, is devoted to pretty much one thing: fashion. Goethestrasse can be compared to the 5th Avenue in New York, even though it is smaller and less crowded. Here you will find exclusive family-owned enterp

Schweizer StrasseOnly a five minute walk away from the hotel, this one kilometre long street offers delicacy stores, flower shops, bakeries, cafes and supermarkets. Tip: Don t miss the flea market on the banks of the river on Saturdays.

ZeilThe Zeil is Frankfurt's oldest and largest pedestrian shopping street. Take a break in the Cafe Hauptwache, a former police station. Stroll through the shopping mall MyZeil , with futuristic design, and take a ride on one of the longest escalators in Ger

Frankfurt-BornheimLocated in the northeast of the city centre this part of the city offers numerous cafes, bars and restaurants with terraces and a great variety of shopping facilities. Tip: A farmers' week market is held at the Uhrtuermchen (Clocktower) on Wednesdays and

Hoechster Porzellan ManufakturThis porcelain manufactory is the second oldest in Germany, producing white Gold for over 250 years. They offer all kinds of porcelain ranging from plain white to hand-coloured china. Tip: Join on of the workshops and try painting porcelain yourself, al

Vineyard of FrankfurtNext to the city hall, the Roemer, there is an excellent wine shop where you can taste and buy a great variety of local and regional wines. Frankfurt is one of the few cities with an own vine yard the Lohrberger Hang. Tip: You ll find the entrance on th

Frankfurt Convention Center

Messe Frankfurt / Fair Ground

Frankfurt Central Station (Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof)

Frankfurt Central Station (Hauptbahnhof)Trains in Germany operated by DB, Intercity Express ICE, Intercity Express ICE Sprinter Intercity IC Regional trains


Frankfurt International Airport

Frankfurt Hahn

Frankfurter Golf Club e.V.It s one of the oldest golf clubs in Germany and counts 1.300 members. This golf club offers a very well maintained 18-hole course, perfectly integrated into the landscape and in the heart of the bustling Hessian metropolis.

Shopping at the ZeilThe Zeil is Frankfurt's oldest and largest pedestrian shopping street. Take a break in the Cafe Hauptwache, a former police station. Stroll through the shopping mall MyZeil , with futuristic design, and take a ride on one of the longest escalators in Ger

Berger Stra eThe "Berger Stra e" is a popular shopping street with a wide range of shops. Along the three kilometers, you can find boutiques, specialty shops, bookstores, Bio supermarkets well as numerous cafes, pubs and apple wine taverns. Between Uhrt rmchen (clock

St. Pauls Cathedral and "Neue Kraemer"Visit the St. Pauls Cathedral. The first national assembly was held in the church in 1848. Across Berliner Strasse, on which you will find some designer furniture shops and boutiques, you enter Neue Kraemer, a pedestrian street with all sorts of inviting

Liebieghaus (Museum of Sculptures)The Liebieghaus, a historic villa on the banks of the Main River, houses the St dtische Galerie Liebieghaus [Municipal Gallery]. The exhibition is considered one of the most significant in Europe, encompassing sculptures from all over the world, some dati

Staedel Museum (Museum of Art)Only a five-minute walk from the hotel is the St del Museum, which houses a great collection of works from Holbein, Cranach, Monet and Duerer. This outstanding museum also features regularly magnificent changing art exhibitions.

GoethehausThe Goethehaus is the birthplace of the famous poet and writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The museum contains furniture from the time during which the Goethe family lived there as well as original manuscripts of his work which made a tremendous contribut

Historisches Museum FrankfurtThe Historisches Museum Frankfurt features the most extensive collection of the history of culture and art in the city. The museum has historical objects from former citizens on permanent display, as well as exhibits of the archaeology of the 12th/13th ce

R merberg SquareThis medieval square was the hub of the city government for centuries. On its west side you will find the old city hall and the east side is framed by reconstructed old timber-houses. It was Frankfurt's largest square in the middle ages and the central po

St Bartholomaeus CathedralThe Kaiserdom St. Bartholom us is the largest religious edifice in Frankfurt. The cathedral served as the Holy Roman Emperors coronation site from 1562 to 1792. It was severely damaged during World War II; only the bell tower was left largely unscathed.

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