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Dirazi Guest House

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#6 of 45 B&Bs / Inns in Frankfurt
Welcome to Dirazi Guest House, your Frankfurt “home away from home.” Dirazi Guest House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year. Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Frankfurt am Main Hauptbahnhof (0.3 mi) and Old Opera House (Alte Oper) (0.4 mi), guests of Dirazi Guest House Hotel can easily experience some of Frankfurt's most well known attractions. Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Dirazi Guest House Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator. During your visit, be sure to check out one of Frankfurt's popular dumplings restaurants such as Zenzakan, Paulaner, and Dim Sum Haus, all a short distance from Dirazi Guest House. There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as Staedel Museum, MMK Museum of Modern Art (MMK Museum fur Moderne Kunst), and Schirn Kunsthalle. Dirazi Guest House puts the best of Frankfurt at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-smoking hotel
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Refrigerator in room
Non-smoking rooms
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... is how I'd describe this hotel in two words. This is a definitely a good hotel for a fair price. Nothing fancy but very clean. Seems to be an old villa which they changed into a smalll family run hotel. And thus you should be mindful of check-in times, which are quite limited. Took me more than 20min to finally get somone to open the door. Must have been busy ...
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Stayed at Dirazi Guest House in October 2014 when i had gone there to attend the Frankfurt book fair. I can still write this review later since the stay was very comfortable and homely. It is a clean place with all amenities which one would want and everything is very systematic. For example- everyday they would leave a breakfast slip in front of the door which one can fill with the available options and the time at which you need the breakfast. The bell of the room would ring sharp and the given time and the breakfast would arrive or left on the console outside the door. Its location is in a residential area so no fancy hotel look but very quiet and serene. For the three nights that i stayed in the Guest House i did not realise what was the occupancy like.. Its a hard to forget place..
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I stayed two nights at Guesthouse Dirazi in March. I had a single room which was clean but very simple. The smell of mould made my stay a bit uncomfortable. There was a little kitchenette which contained only a cup and a kettle. There was no complimentary tea of coffee. The breakfast was good enough, but for the high price too simple. The service at the Guesthouse was OK. The situation near the Fair Centre was good.
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we go every year for bookfair and every year I wait for the next one to come back!!. Near to the exhibition center, cozy rooms (especially the nr 2), an impressive breakfast!! Really near to railstation but in a real cool zone!
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We stayed here for 2 nights right at the opening of the christkindlmarkt or christmas markets and it was a very busy time. Busy in terms of occupancy rates throughout the city. To be honest we looked for downtown hotels but could not find many with decent rooms available for at least double the price we paid at Dirazi. So a slightly longer walk to/from the old town centre was on the books for us. We walked from the HB(main station) with ease taking a look along the way at the high rise buildings of the nearby financial centre all shrouded in low level clouds typical of the season. Nice quiet street Niedenau is and we missed Dirazi and walked straight past although we were keen on following the house numbers its that well hidden in plain sight. A small plaque with its name on is the only giveaway. Inside the tight but well decorated corridor there was a cosy warm feeling and the host quickly ushered us to our room which turned out to be much nicer than expected: fairly large for such a smallish house, very well equipped(it even had a kitchen corner) large comfortable bed facing tall windows that led into the small terrace slightly higher up than the sidewalk. Now that was a really nice touch and i guess in the warmer season it would be a splendid place to have a cup of tea or breakfast lounging on the garden furniture supplied. Bathroom fitted out with all modern requirements and all else clean and neat. Plenty of storage space meant the smallish desk and the space around the bed could be kept free of clutter. We didnt have breakfast on the premises so we cannot comment on this subject but there was a selection of menu that had to be arranged around 7am at the latest so they could fix it in time. We spent most of the day walking to the centre and we usually got back late in the afternoon and although the walk itself proved quite long, the setting of this guesthouse smack in the middle of a residential area close to the financial centre made for a pleasant walk that we never got tired of. As much as we liked the feel of the persian looking decor of this guesthouse (even the name has a specific resonance to it) we also enjoyed the low key aspect of it so we had the feel each time upon our return that we were going into our own private Frankfurt home. The only nag we could point out is the common (at least for Franconia and Bavaria) and annoying custom of the german housekeeping to barge in with their master key oblivious to the fact that we were still in the room. If you travel by car i think a parking place would not be difficult to find since the one way street has parked cars lined up on both sides.
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$108 - $200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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