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    Hotel Accommodation around Frankfurt

    Hi

    I'm looking for Accommodation around the Frankfurt area as a stop off for one night. Ideally secure parking would be good and obviously biker friendly.

    Anyone got any recommendations?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards Rob

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    Frankfurt is a major German city, you’ll find something to suit on Booking.com

    The hotel management will be friendly to (or at least probably not shoot) anyone arriving on a motorcycle, obviously.

    A two second Google of ‘biker friendly hotel Frankfurt’ from my hotel in Geneva found:

    http://www.mein-tourenhotel.de/hotel...furt-flughafen

    They are all near the airport, which will be signposted obviously.

    http://www.mein-tourenhotel.de/motor...n_neu_isenburg

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    Plenty of brothels down Kaiser Strasse to get your head down.
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    If you are just passing through, there is a hotel at the Spessart Services, to the West of Frankfurt.

    Personally I find F a bit soulless, so we usually stay in either Wurzburg (Mercure on the Mainufer, with Garage) or Boppard on the Rhine, south of Koblenz (there is a biker friendly Winehouse, but the name escapes me at present)

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    The Boppard Hotel was the Ohm Patt, but I gather it has changed hands. Well placed though.

    So the current recommendation would be this place .............. http://www.mein-tourenhotel.de/motor...ppard_am_rhein. Like Wapping said, just fish around their site & see what takes your fancy.

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    Hi

    Ok thanks everyone, will take a look around.

    Regards Rob

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    As above, Booking dot com will serve you well. I use it all time.

    For a 1 night stand passing through, I’d look for an easily accessible hotel within a radius around any city any time.

    Again, booking dot com will give you a Map view to help you choose.

    I wouldn’t trudge unnecessarily into a city centre on a bike.

    ps - I was in Germanyland last week on 4 wheels and had to be careful to take the appropriate route round Essen to where I was headed to avoid some new permit type business to do with vehicle emmisons.

    Of which I had lots in my Dirty Diesel
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