247 fully furnished apartments, great location in the country, with sensational views of the Frankfurt skyline: Welcome to Living Hotel Appartements Johann Wolfgang! Also, welcome to the quiet and beautiful district of Sachsenhausen. Enjoy a stay in Frankfurt, on the banks of the Main, away from the hustle and bustle, yet still within easy reach of the vibrant metropolis. Its ideal connection to the airport, short drives and walkways into the heart of the city or to the exhibition center and a team that knows Frankfurt like the back of their hand, make your stay with us one to remember. With us, you can unwind after a long and exhausting day. Almost all (maisonette) apartments have balconies, and the beautiful city forest is right on your doorstep. Go for a jog, recharge your batteries, enjoy the peace and quiet and, most importantly, feel completely at home; the apartments with living, sleeping, working, and separate dining areas offer you more than just a hotel room. Not only do we make it easy for you to live, work and organize your life, but we are always happy to help where we can. A broad range of services tailored to your needs await you, if desired. Each apartment comes standard with free high-speed Internet via Wi-Fi, free telephone services to more than 20 countries, satellite TV with integrated information and wake-up call service and much more. If you’re interested, then book your stay now and experience a peaceful oasis in the middle of one of the most exciting cities in the world.
Coinciding with the city’s ascent to becoming one of Europe’s financial centres, Frankfurt has grown exponentially. Juxtaposing traditional German architecture with contemporary urban developments, Frankfurt’s centre makes for a delightful evening walk. The streets of Sachesnhausen are lined with international restaurants and German food. Furthermore, the district of Sachesnhausen district contains a host of elegant bars and cafes that are ideal for relaxing in after a long day.
In terms of tourist attractions, Frankfurt’s rich history warrants further exploration. As one of the oldest cities in Germany, a sense of history permeates the city-from the stunning Römer to the Staedel Museum, Frankfurt has retained a sense of its historical and cultural identity amidst cosmetic alterations. A fantastic means of exploring the city further is by a boat journey down the Main River-tours of Frankfurt are operated by multiple companies along the river and require no advance booking.