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"Nice hotel after the renovation, but don't come for the breakfast experience"
Check-In was flawless and supernice, the lobby seems very new and hip. The room (Deluxe category) wasvspacious enough with windows to fully open, quiet surroundings although close to the main Train Station. The bathroom was tiny with one wash basin and a bathtub, the toilet and sink didn't strike me as very new. If you have problems lifting your legs taking a shower in the bathtub could be a problem. Somehow I had expected coffee/teamaking facilities in the room which most 5* Hotels offer nowadays, but not in this Méridien (we just spent a few days at the Méridien Vienna where the Nespresso machine was much appreciated). Internet service was fine. Dinner at the Restaurant is recommendable, nice selection on the menu with good quality and service. The portions are relatively small so all in all dinner was not cheap there. What is not acceptable at all is the breakfast for 28 Euro per person, the selection is not exactly overwhelming, no service whatsoever (get your own coffee from a machine, which is fine, but then I don't see why I should pay service prices for non-serviced items) and therefore totally overpriced. And: the coffe doesn't taste good. Breakfast is available from 6:30 but the fresh cooking station was not being serviced until long after 7am so don't go there too early. Overall experience: We will book the hotel again when in Frankfurt but without breakfast :).
"Stayed here twice"
This is a pretty trendy hotel in Frankfurt, it doesn't really draw too much awe for me, then again they were in the middle of some renovations. The rooms are small and there isn't too much there to be amazing. Maybe when I come back things will be different
"Nice Hotel in Convenient Location"
Had a quick stay of only 2 nights in July. I stayed in the older portion of the hotel, which I preferred. It's a beautiful old building with high ceilings and lots of character. I'd often take the stairs instead of the elevator as I enjoyed the beautiful staircase. The room was large, clean and appointed well. I had excellent service from the moment of check in and throughout the stay. The only thing I found lacking at this hotel was the food and restaurant atmosphere. It food wasn't bad, my meals were fine, just nothing special about them or the restaurant atmosphere.
I have stayed at this hotel multiple times. The location is very convenient close to the central station if you are relying on public transportation. The staff was friendly and helpful. Unfortunately the hotel needs a renovation (at least the areas that I visited). Compared to other hotels in the same price range it cannot compare in my opinion. The rooms I had very small not to say tiny compared e.g. to the Radission Blu in Frankfurt. Overall I rate this hotel average with regards to the price.
Spent a night at the Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt. That was more than enough. It's an ok property with a convenient location, but that's about all. The quality of service is poor, well below SPG/Le Meridien standards. The problem started with our first room. It was nice enough: large, well-furnished with park views. I think it was an upgrade (SPG Platinum) but no mention at checkin. After a long flight and issues with train tickets, I wanted a shower before a bit of sightseeing. Unfortunately, the shower didn't work...no ability to adjust temp. Just scalding hot or ice cold. Called front desk and maintenance arrived shortly. Seemed like a nice enough fellow. Unfortunately, he smelled. Badly. Worse, he didn't speak any English (which is understandable...I'm in Germany after all). So I broke out my best high school German to explain the problem. But he apparently didn't speak German either. He tried his best to communicate (Turkish perhaps) but it was an exercise in futility. Anyway, he worked on shower for 15 minutes before he pronounced "No Work". Thanks. That's why I called...He called a second worker who explained the washer was broken and they would see if they had the part. At this point, I decided to skip shower and just get out and about on my only day in Frankfurt. I stopped at Front Desk to make sure this was addressed. Juan (believe that was his name, same guy that checked me in 30 minutes earlier) repeated what second worker had indicated...not sure they had part to fix shower. That's fine, if shower can't be fixed, please move us. We'd be back in the evening. This is where the real frustration starts. After 5 hrs of exploring Frankfurt, I returned to front desk, where Juan informed me the shower could not be fixed. Ok...did we want to switch room' Confusion....This is exactly why we stopped in 5 hours earlier. I expected keys to new room to be ready. And certainly didn't want a room without a functioning shower. He said he'd see what they had. See what they had'!'!' Now I'm getting upset. He picks and pecks at keyboard for next 10 minutes. No exaggeration. I sent my travel companion up to start packing after a while. Finally, he informs me there is a suite available...but it is set up a a King bed and would need to be changed. Anger. This could have been resolved in the 5! hours I was out and about. Resigned to the situation, I head to my original room to gather belongings (no offer of assistance with the switch or luggage). Schlep our bags to the new room that's a nicely appointed suite (not sure why we weren't upgraded to this room on check-in as I believe SPG Platinum members are entitled to best available room, including suites but at this point I didn't care). About 10 minutes later an older gentlemen arrives to p change the bed into two singles. This takes him at least 15 minutes, huffing and puffing the whole time. Honestly, I was concerned for his health. When he was finished, looked like he had taken a shower.... all in all, it only took ~7 hours to get a functioning room set up as reserved. Glad I'm SPG Platinum , I imagine a regular guest would have still been waiting...just a frustrating experience with no attempt to resolve what should have been a relatively minor issue. While the location is convenient to train station and lots of sights, I would not return nor recommend the Le Meridien Parkhotel Frankfurt to anyone. Look elsewhere.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM