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The best Airbnbs in Frankfurt

Experience the German city in style with our pick of the best Airbnbs in Frankfurt

By Time Out editors
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As one of the biggest cities in Germany (and the largest in the state of Hesse), Frankfurt has a tremendous range of things to do and places to investigate. The lovely Römerberg square, for instance, in the medieval old town, or the gothic ‘cathedral’ (in truth it’s actually a church, despite the name), which towers over the River Main. And, of course, no trip around Frankfurt would be complete without dining at one of its sumptuous restaurants or tracking down an apple wine tavern, after which you’ll most likely need a cushty spot to rest your head. And where better than one of the city’s best Airbnbs? We’ve rounded up a whole host of them in central Frankfurt to help you find one that fits your stay flawlessly, be that a romantic getaway, pals on tour, or a family vay-cay. 

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Frankfurt’s best Airbnbs

Best Airbnbs industrial

1. Outstanding industrial design

A roomy three-bed/three-bath metropolitan loft that sleeps up to eight. The floors are vogueish polished concrete, separated into lounging, dining and cooking areas by wooden platforms. It’s all very design magazine, so if you’re all about style, you’ll feel right at home here. In fact, it couldn’t be sleeker if it tried.

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Best Airbnbs skyline

2. Sweeping sights of the skyline

The best bit about this open-plan studio is the huge floor-to-ceiling window that sweeps across one side of the apartment. This opens up to join the inside with the equally large terrace that offers enchanting views over the city.

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Best Airbnbs homely

3. Homely abode

Located in a swanky block, with an ornate entrance hall, this intimate studio flat provides everything you could want in one space. Bed? Check. Telly? Check. Hob, kettle, table and chairs? Check, check, check, check! Sure, it’s cosy, but if you’re with someone you get all lovey-dovey about, that’ll only add to the appeal.

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yellow airbnb villa with patio

4. A big yellow villa

If you’ve got a bunch of pals that all want to stay under one roof, then it can be pretty tricky. Luckily, this yellow villa sleeps more than 16 people – perfect for students or for friendly reunions. Sure, it might not have the most exciting interior, but the price can’t be argued with and it’s company that makes the holiday anyway tbh. Besides, you’ll spot it from a mile away (perfect if you’re all stumbling home).

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5. Splendid self-contained apartment

This lovely little studio is located around 30 minutes away from Frankfurt. Small yet comfortable, the calm decor gives a very zen vibe that is perfect if you’re looking to escape the rush of city life.

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6. A tranquil summer residence

Willkommen to your new favourite bolt-hole. It’s a neat one-bed with a comfy lounge, a well-equipped kitchen and plenty of natural light. Made from natural stone and sporting a traditional wooden fireplace that’s great for cooler evenings, grab your cosiest blanket and settle in.

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7. Artfully stylish apartment

Centrally located and dripping in style, this classy one-bed flat provides en vogue refuge for fashionista travellers. For starters, it’s located right next to a subway station, so getting around is super easy. Plus, the Berger Strasse spot means that markets, bars and restaurants are at your fingertips. Fancy spending a night in instead? No worries - the spacious layout allows for an enjoyable night of dining and dancing (and washing up, sigh).

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8. A room with a view

Looking for visions of the West End skyline? Well, this charming apartment has you more than covered. It’s also well located, which means it’d make a great base for anyone who wants to spend time out exploring. When you get home though, make sure to head to the balcony with some vino. It’ll make for the most romantic of sights.

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9. Good for big groups

Clean, crisp and contemporary, this vast home is great if you’re travelling with a group of your best pals. With sleeping space for eight, a private garage and a large, sociable lounge to boot, have no fear about whether everyone will fit in. Based in Wiesbaden, in a quiet but trendy part of town, it’s a great choice if you’re thinking of splitting the bill. (Oh, and check out that parquet flooring, too).

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10. Simple living

Proving that good things can come in small packages, this apartment contains everything you need for a speedy trip away – and nothing more. Bright, basic and pared-back, it’s for visitors who aren’t feeling overly fussy, but would like some peace of mind. Oh, and neat freaks can rejoice – it’s rated as sparkling clean. Well, if there’s way less to clean...

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11. A tree-house inspired home

One of Frankfurt’s more unusual and impressive finds, this wooden home is essentially a live-in spa. Not only does it resemble a sauna, but there’s also a hot tub and an actual sauna to enjoy. With enough space for six, you can bring the whole family – and kids will love playing in the sandpit too.

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