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Traveling home from Luxembourg I had an overnight in Frankfurt. During this stopover, I stayed at a small boutique hotel called Libertine Lindenberg, Frankfurt*.

The hotel is one of 3 houses across Frankfurt and guests get access to all Libertine properties. A cool thing about Libertine houses is their approach: they refer to themselves as a collective. The rooms can be rented for any duration, and there is a shared fully equipped kitchen with a communal dining room. There is also a laundry room and a small gym on the premises. The concierge is only on-site during the day but access to everything is by a keypad.

Each room is unique, decorated by local designers and manufacturers, and “almost all of the objects in the apartments are handmade one-off pieces”. I stayed in Libertine 19, this room has all of the standard amenities:

  • A full-size clawfoot tub
  • Flatscreen TV with Netflix
  • A sound system and radio with a connection to the in-house recording studio (yes, an actual recording studio).

The full bathroom was a major bonus on this rainy travel day. The room is fully equipped for a blissful bath: salts, hair, and skincare products with slightly offensive but very entertaining names. For example. “Aromatic picnic [soap] for your dirty hands”.

Located centrally in the heart of Frankfurt the property* is surrounded by cobblestone streets, traditional architecture, and a plethora of beer pubs. A short walk away is the Ignatz Bubis bridge which will take you by foot to all of the city’s cultural attractions. 

Daheim im Lorsbacher Thal: Traditional German food, phenomenal flavours, very cozy spot with a large heated outdoor seating area. The house-made bratwurst here is what dreams are made of.

Kanonesteppel: Another great traditional spot, seemingly quite popular with the locals, I had the traditional schnitzel with the famous green source, a great recommendation by the wait staff, and absolutely loved it. 

Pizza Petro: I personally haven’t tried this spot, a girl can only eat so much during an overnight stay ☺️, but was told this is the best pizza in Frankfurt. 

Address: Frankensteiner Str. 20, 60594 Frankfurt am Main, Germany


In the gear bag: Fujifilm X-T100 with an XF50mmF2 R WR lens. See a walkthrough reel on Instagram and TikTok.

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