Staff tips: Pasha and Franzi from Frankfurt

Staff tips: Pasha and Franzi from Frankfurt

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Pasha and Franzi from our MEININGER Hotel Frankfurt/Main Airport gave us tips to have a great time at the airport city.

Who are you and what are your jobs at MEININGER?
We are Pasha and Franzi and we work as receptionists at the MEININGER Hotel Frankfurt/Main Airport.

What is the question most guests ask you in the hotel?
What is the fastest way to the airport and can I walk this distance?




What is typical about your airport-city?
The Alpha Rotex building is an architectural highlight and gives a special flair to our airport city in combination with the LSG Skychef headquarters in the gateway garden. Gateway Hardens is not only a nice buildings, but you can go for a walk in the park, too. The combination with the airport atmosphere, business and nature is very typical.




What do you have to discover in your airport city?
There is just one answer: Our barbecue on our MEININGER patio with a great atmosphere, drink specials and sated guests.



What’s your insider tip for the airport city?
The viewing platform at the terminal 2 is always very exciting. Especially during summer in the evenings you can watch the planes in all their beauty.


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