We have compiled an overview of our guests' most frequently asked questions here. If the response you are looking for is not listed, we look forward to your contact request.
Take the suburban railway S8 or S9 to get from Frankfurt Airport FRA to Frankfurt central railway station (Hauptbahnhof). From there, it is only one stop with the S4 Kronberg, S5 Bad Homburg or the S6 Groß Karben to the Station Galluswarte, where our hotel is located. The journey takes about 25 minutes.
From the motorway, take the exit to the city center ("Stadtmitte"). Continue straight until you reach the signs for the central station on Mainzer Landstraße. On this road, head towards Frankfurt-Höchst. The TRYP by Wyndham Frankfurt hotel is located on the left side.
The hotel on the Mainzer Landstraße in Frankfurt is located just two kilometers from Frankfurt central station. Take either one of the trains S3, S4, S5 or S6 for one stop from central station to Galluswarte. From here, walk 100 m back to Mainzer Landstraße. The hotel is located on the right side.
There is a limited number of on-site parking spaces available for our guests. The fee is € 10.00 per day. No reservation required.
Your hotel room will be available for you from 3:00 p.m. on the day of arrival.
We kindly ask you to vacate your room by 12:00 noon on the day of departure.
We offer a gym with some cardio equipment and weights for our guests. To relax, use our sauna or take a break in the quiet room. The gym is open 24/7. We operate the sauna between 5:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
Pets are welcome at our hotel against a cleaning fee of € 8.00 per day/animal.
Children younger than 12 years of age stay for free in one of the standard beds in their paretns' room. Extra beds for children are available for € 25.00 per night.
We accept the following credit cards: Diners Club, MasterCard, VISA, JCB, American Express and Maestro.
Every day, we offer a balanced breakfast buffet at our restaurant.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all hotel areas.
Our hotel is very close to the river Main. Enjoy the view of the river during an extensive jogging round.