In addition to the local attractions listed below, our hotel offers and organizes the following activities for groups of ten or more:
In addition to the options described above, we also recommend our
Dear climbing friends, our high ropes course is a fantastic adventure in the great outdoors. Surrounded by the impressive Taunus woodlands, you have come to the ultimate high ropes course.
To name just to features, our site has the highest course in Germany and the two longest ziplines in the state of Hesse, and these are just waiting to be conquered. Come and experience adrenaline, the ultimate experience, fun, team spirit, the great outdoors, willpower and so much more on our high ropes course between the tree tops of the majestic beech trees in the Hardtwald forest close to Frankfurt.
The heated outdoor pool in Friedrichsdorf on a site of 6.178 acres (25,000 square metres) is open from May to September. The generous layout invites visitors to escape from the stress of everyday life and enjoy relaxing leisure activities such as sunbathing, ping pong and volleyball. There are also refreshments in the patio area at the kiosk and snack bar.
Lochmühle leisure park has been an extraordinary and popular attraction in the Rhine-Main area for over 40 years. The park site has grown to nearly 40 acres and attracts visitors from all over Germany, offering a sufficient number of quiet spots even during peak times.
How poor life would be if we didn’t know anything about the past … The state of Hesse’s open air museum gives you fascinating insights into history.
Start exploring. From an estate originally in northern Hesse to a central Hessian day labourer’s house to a southern Hessian inn – more than 100 buildings let you experience the development of construction and living in the regions of Hesse over the past 400 years.
Discover the past in the original place where it all happened: in the reconstructed Roman fort and archaeological museum. The fort is part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage site “Limes”, the old border between the Roman empire and barbarian tribes.
The zoo is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in June, July and August.
Frankfurt airport is one of the world’s largest airports. Last year, 56 million people got on and off planes here. And that number is increasing, the airport is growing. This creates new jobs, making the airport Germany’s largest employer with 78,000 employees.
Harmony for body and soul – a water landscape full of great experiences. This thermal spa offers a number of ways to enjoy yourself in the water. Waterfalls, white waters and a cold waterfall bring the indoor and outdoor pools to life, which are connected by an open canal. A lake with a large sunbathing area increases the recreational value.
Since its very beginnings, this traditional attraction in Frankfurt has been a place where visitors can discover plants from all over the world – and at the same time, it has been a haven for repose and music, relaxation and sophisticated sociability, all evident in the heart of the gardens, the historic Gesellschaftshaus with its opulent palm conservatory called the “Flora”.
The Frankfurt zoo is open year round.
True to its motto “Discover animals – preserve nature” the zoo offers its visitors an authentic animal experience and is committed to nature and wildlife conservation.