Modern city centre hotel situated in an ideal location in Darmstadt
The Mathildenhöhe artists’ colony, founded over a hundred years ago, has helped Darmstadt to achieve its cultural standing. The colony includes an exhibition building, the Hochzeitsturm (Wedding Tower), the artists’ colony museum and magnificent artists’ houses from the art nouveau period.
However, Darmstadt is also characterised by its excellent location and proximity to Frankfurt city centre, the nearby Messe Frankfurt exhibition site and Frankfurt airport. Thanks to the direct connection to the motorway network via the A5, these destinations can be quickly and easily reached, making Darmstadt an ideal base for business and leisure travellers alike.
Our 3-star superior RAMADA Hotel Darmstadt has 166 rooms equipped with modern facilities in four different categories offering rest and relaxation.
The RAMADA Hotel Darmstadt provides you with an excellent base for visiting Frankfurt and ensures a place where you can relax during your stay.
Darmstadt offers visitors a varied cultural life that has achieved recognition far beyond the city’s boundaries thanks to the Mathildenhöhe artists’ colony. Its proximity to the exhibition centre of Frankfurt makes Darmstadt an attractive destination for anyone who wishes to visit Frankfurt in a business or personal capacity and prefers to stay in a city without any hustle and bustle at all. The RAMADA Hotel Darmstadt offers rest and relaxation. Thanks to the A5 motorway, you can enjoy excellent transport connections to Frankfurt city centre, the exhibition site and the airport. From our hotel in Darmstadt, you can explore the city’s sightseeing attractions on foot and also visit a theatre performance or concert in the evening.
Situated in the heart of Darmstadt and just a few minutes’ drive from Frankfurt – the RAMADA Hotel Darmstadt
When you visit our hotel in Darmstadt, take a little time to discover the city’s attractions. An especially beautiful visitor attraction in the city is Mathildenhöhe with its art nouveau ensemble, which is also often referred to as the “Stadtkrone” (“City Crown”). This complex includes the Hochzeitsturm (Wedding Tower), the exhibition building, the artists’ colony museum, the artists’ houses, a plane tree grove and an open-air ground. The Luisenplatz square is the city’s central point. In the middle of it, you will find the 39-metre-tall Ludwig Monument. In the city centre, you can also visit Darmstadt’s Residential Palace, which dates back to the 13th century. In the Ratskeller, the town hall cellar restaurant, you can enjoy locally produced beer, which is also served in the beer garden in front of the Old Town Hall in summer.
Excursions in the area surrounding the RAMADA hotel
Our staff at the reception of your hotel in Darmstadt will be glad to help you plan excursions to the surrounding area and, if necessary, acquire tickets. Of course, the Hessian metropolis of Frankfurt is a popular excursion destination, which is equally frequented by business travellers and holidaymakers thanks to its exhibition site, historic city centre and outstanding shopping facilities. Another interesting excursion destination is the Messel pit, where you can see a unique variety of extraordinarily preserved fossils. Just beyond the city gates, you can spend a relaxing day in the amusement park at the Steinbrücker Teich recreation area. Why not row across the lake, play mini golf or enjoy the numerous hiking trails and cycle paths?
Our tips for the surrounding area:
Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt is a park in the style of an English landscape garden. The garden is shaped by a large reservoir, a Russian church and the nearby artists’ colony, which also goes by the name of Mathildenhöhe.