Comfort Hotel Frankfurt Airport
Am Zollstock 10
Phone: (49) 6105 7050
Fax: (49) 6105 70580
As far as supermarkets are concerned, Frankfurt Airport is firmly in the hands of the Heinemann chain. The airport branch offers a broad selection of fresh and packaged produce, from early in the morning until late at night. If you are looking for something typically German to take back home to your friends or family, this is your last chance to stock up on the likes of sausages, bread, cheese, beer and sekt.
Isenburg-Zentrum offers visitors a chance to spend an afternoon indulging in some retail therapy or even just for a few errands. With a variety of high-street brands as well as specialty stores as well as restaurants, salons, electronics, cellular services, groceries and much more; it really is a one stop destination for both tourists and locals alike.
In Frankfurt's Sachsenhausen neighborhood, to the south of the river Main, is this charming little spot that is a true delight for any tea lover. At TeeDeUm, guests can enjoy tantalizing range of crafted teas that will please the discerning palate. They also offer a range of pastries, jams, cakes, rolls and scones that will perfectly complement your tea. Moreover, this store sells an exquisite variety of cutlery sourced from South Africa, Morocco, China, France and Tuscan, so you can enjoy your own tea-party at home.
Once you cross the old backyard to get to this cosy and atmospheric bookshop, you will be immediately transferred into another world. Here you can spend hours browsing through the impressive selection of rare works, limited editions and books from smaller publishers. The staff at Buchhandlung Lesecafé is friendly and helpful. Later, hardened bookworms can head straight to the integrated café (with a lovely winter garden) and start reading.
The Asia Mekong market offers a whole variety of Asian-style ingredients on two floors. The shelves are piled high with fresh and packaged products, and the second floor has plenty of cooking equipment and cookery books. If you are not quite sure how to combine all this, the friendly shop assistants are glad to step in with the right advice.
Frankfurt's Schaumainkai is a centrally located street in the city and runs along the south side of the Main. It is home to a number of museums including the Städel Museum which houses an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art. It is also the site of the Museum Embankment Festival which happens every year around August. A flea market also gathers on this very street. You will find all the vintage, arty and many more collectibles you can explore, that you would wish to own. Call ahead for more details.
Lili Maras Couturehaus is one of the most sought after women's boutiques in the neighborhood. The beautiful collection consists of Kleiders and dresses, for both formal and informal wear. Sport that perfect look in their elegant collection, and make heads turn. For special offers and more information on their collection, check out the website or call ahead.
Stone Cafe on Kaiserstraße is wonderful coffee place that offers a range of delectable snacks and finger food along with refreshing cuppas. Delicious sandwiches, wraps and salads are offered here. Also on offer are the tasty, freshly baked cakes and croissants. Many young professionals from the nearby commercial areas frequent here. The service is friendly and prices are moderate - all in all, a great place to stop before starting work.
Brückenstraße is a revelation for fashion enthusiasts. The neighborhood is full of boutiques with windows that boast of fresh trendy designer clothing and accessories. With each shop having its own distinctive style, there’s something for everyone on this street. The boutiques are mostly owned by young new designers who showcase their creativity through their collections. A tourist hot spot, the street also houses a couple of bookstores and other specialty shops.
Situated in Sachsenhausen, Leipold-Markt is an absolute surprise. The collection available here is everything from the most delicate collectibles to traditional and big items. Be it clocks, crockery, paintings or ethnic tables, chairs, home decor, this place features everything unique and rare. Check out the website for detailed information on all their products.
The south bank of Main, Schaumainkai, transforms into a charming flea market every Saturday. The area is abuzz with locals and visitors alike, who are on the lookout for unique arts and crafts. The flea market hosts a number of stalls and kiosks that are teeming with artworks that range from unconventional to absolutely bizarre. What’s more, you can even book a stall for yourself and make a quick buck by selling the old junk in your attic!
The place for whisky-lovers! With a selection of over 150 different types of malt whisky and extremely knowledgeable staff, the shop has built up a large amount of regular customers. If your favorite whisky doesn't happen to be in the selection, then you can order from a list of over 700. Seminars and tastings are also offered.