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Frankfurt Central Hostel - Frankfurt am Main - Restaurant
R1 045+
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
Mainhaus Apartments - Dreieich - Bedroom
Pet-friendly
Panorama Hostel
6.4 Good
GallusR888+
R888+
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
Hostel Hahn
R1 724+
R1 724+
Free Wi-Fi

Frankfurt am Main hostels near the city centre

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How much is a Frankfurt am Main hostel?

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2 stars and below

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Low season

August

High season

June

Average price (weeknight)

R570

Average price (weekend night)

R1 377
Cheapest month to stay with an average 34% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 212% rise in price.
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When to book a hostel in Frankfurt am Main

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Top tips for finding Frankfurt am Main hostel deals

  • To find one of the Frankfurt am Main hostels as close to the city centre as possible, book through KAYAK at Five Elements Hostel Frankfurt. It’s in the Bahnhofsviertel area, about 10min on foot to the central business district, and only around a 5min walk to Frankfurt Central Station for trains and Central U-Bahn for buses. It offers more than your typical hostel: you’ll have your own kitchen, a seating area in your room, laundry facilities and even room service. There’s a bar and lounge and all facilities are adapted for limited mobility access, including the provision of roll-in showers, shower chairs and lift accessibility.
  • If you’re looking for Frankfurt am Main hostels that aren’t in the middle of the busy urban area, a good choice is Frankfurt Bed & Breakfast in the Nord-Ost neighbourhood of the city. This is known as a quiet suburb, and the hostel has private check-in and check-out. You’ll have your own terrace or patio and a dining area, too. Parking is free and you can explore the surrounding area via hiking trails, or go cycling or horse riding. To make things even easier for you to avoid the hustle and bustle, there’s a mini-market on site. If you do want to go into the centre of Frankfurt, it’s only a roughly 15min trip on an S-Bahn bus.
  • For youth-oriented Frankfurt am Main hostels to suit backpackers or groups, Jugendherberge Frankfurt is a top-quality pick. It’s a youth hostel on the River Main that has a wide range of amenities – this is budget accommodation that doesn’t skimp on travellers’ needs. There’s a restaurant, a snack bar and a bar with a lounge, plus a buffet breakfast is included in the cost. Special diet meals can be provided on request. Laundry facilities are available, and limited mobility access is very good. There’s plenty to do here as well, with bowling, water sport facilities, cycling and canoeing, plus indoor activities like pool and ping pong.
  • If you’re looking for a cheap hostel in Frankfurt am Main, you should consider going during the low season. You’ll generally find lower-priced hostels in Frankfurt am Main in August and April.
  • Hostel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll likely find the best hostel deals in Frankfurt am Main if you stay on a Thursday. The most expensive day for hostel bookings is Friday.
  • If you want to ensure you grab a bargain, try to book at least 1 day before your stay to get the best price for a Frankfurt am Main hostel.

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