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Ipartment Frankfurt Airport, Frankfurt

Amelia-Mary-Earhart-Straße, Frankfurt am Main, 60549, Germany
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About the Property

Ipartment Frankfurt Airport is a highly sought-after student accommodation in Frankfurt. Situated in a prime Frankfurt's Gateway Gardens district, this residence offers about 177 designer serviced flats with modern amenities and convenient facilities, just 17 minutes drive from the prestigious Goethe University Frankfurt & Goethe Business School.


Ipartment Frankfurt Airport student accommodation provides a fully furnished designer serviced apartment with private kitchens equipped with cutlery, dishwasher, stove, microwave, and coffee machine. Each room property boasts a range of impressive amenities, including a box spring bed, private study station, spacious closet area, bedside cabinet, TV, free high-speed Wifi, and a personal washroom. 

Residents can enjoy the convenience of Vitra Lounge with a terrace, a vivid conference room, and spacious coworking spaces. Additionally, an onsite restaurant and supermarket are also available for those seeking out great food options. Moreover, the property also offers lockable doors, a 24/7 hotline along with all bills included.

Location and What's Hot?

Located in the Global Business Village, the best of Frankfurt is at your disposal. In the immediate vicinity, you will find everything your heart desires: right from a wide range of shopping facilities, fitness, and gastronomic offers along with an 8,000-hectare Frankfurt city forest.

Craving a pizza? "THE ITALIAN" right in the building offers original Italian dishes in a great ambiance. And for other culinary wishes "Lindbergh's Cafe" is your place to be, located directly opposite the ipartment entrance. 


For students looking to explore the city, convenient transportation options are readily available. Frankfurt's main railway station is just a 10 minutes drive away, while the Frankfurt airport is just 12 minutes by foot. Additionally, the nearest public transport is only a 3-minute walk away, providing further flexibility for transportation needs.

What will you get

Your Rent Include


Common Amenities

Rental bikes
Underground parking
Conference room
Lounge with terrace
Concierge service
Restaurant and supermarket in the building

Cancellation Policies (1)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers 12 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a serviced apartment?

So-called serviced apartments are functional and furnished to a high standard, comfortably equipped and well-designed, they become a small retreat after exhausting working days. And at the same time, they can be a quiet workplace to prepare for the professional challenges of the next day. Thus, business apartments offer all the essentials you need for your stay: a fully equipped kitchen, a homely atmosphere, a smooth online check-in. As a rule, there are general lounges for guests and laundry rooms. The service is a so-called "limited" service, which is reduced to regular cleaning and linen change. In larger establishments, guest managers are looking after the well-being of the customers. In some cases, other services are also offered, such as bike rental, co-working, fitness facilities. A good mix of cooperation partners complements their offer.

What's the difference to a hotel?

Serviced apartments offer the right balance between hotel and furnished apartment. Anyone who is looking for a long term accommodation and appreciates a sophisticated living environment, but does not want to lack amenities, is perfectly right in a serviced apartment.
As a rule, there are general lounges for guests and laundry rooms. The service is a so-called "limited" service, which is reduced to regular cleaning and linen change. In larger establishments, guest managers are looking after the well-being of the customers. In some cases, other services are also offered, such as bike rental, co-working, fitness facilities. A good mix of cooperation partners complements their offer.

What makes this property so special?

First Choice Second Home: They are one of the leading German serviced apartment concepts in the business long-stay sector. At this property they do understand that beautiful living space alone does not make a home. It takes much more to that: In addition to selected, exclusive furnishings and sophisticated details, they focus on personality, functionality and first-class service.
As the perfect host, they act with attention to detail and professionally in the background, but are always there for their guests. At any time obliging, respectful and professional. This creates a private ambience in a temporary second home, where their guests get the total package of living, relaxing and working – always in the best location.

What is the minimum and maximum rental period?

Generally, a serviced apartment can be booked from 2 nights to a maximum of 6 months. However, this varies depending on the location.

When do I pay for my rent?

You pay your first month's rent before arrival. After that you will receive a monthly invoice.

Do I have to pay a deposit?

Yes, a deposit of 1,000 EUR is required. Alternatively, in case of a company booking, a cost transfer can be deposited. If there is a company price agreement, the deposit is usually not required.

Can I bring my pet?

Unfortunately pets are not allowed in their apartments.

Can I smoke in my Apartment?

Smoking in the apartments is strictly prohibited.

What equipment does my accommodation have?

You will find everything you need for a pleasant stay. In addition to the well designed furnishings you will dispose of a fully equipped kitchen with dishes, pots, stove, dishwasher*, microwave, coffee machine and a refrigerator with freezer. You will also find in your apartment a TV set and a Bluetooth box on request, iron and ironing board, a hairdryer and a safe for personal belongings.

What is included in the price?

Included in the price are all utilities including internet, basic cleaning every 14 days and a welcome package upon arrival. When moving out, the final cleaning fee of 99 EUR* will be charged. That's it!
*For short - and mid stays the fee for final cleaning won’t be charged.

Where can I park my car on site?

Not all locations have parking spaces. If parking spaces are available they can be selected in the booking process.

What do I do, if I haven't booked a parking space?

You can request this during your stay, from their colleagues on site or their reservation.

We are a corporate client and have an increased need. Do I get special conditions or other benefits?

Yes, they offer special conditions for corporate clients and even more flexible cancellation conditions. It is also possible to install your own booking channel.

How do I check-in?

On the day of arrival you will receive an e-mail with all arrival details and your personal access code. If your arrival is on a weekend or a holiday, you will receive the check-in information at least one day before your arrival.

From when/until when can I check in?

A personal handover is possible between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. If you arrive after 6:00 p.m. please use your personal access code.

How do I get into the building and into my apartment?

You enter the building with a personal access code. Please note that when opening your apartment for the first time, you have to enter the 8-12 digit start code.

How do I get my access code?

On the day of arrival you will receive an e-mail with all arrival details and your personal access code. If your arrival is on a weekend or a holiday, you will receive the check-in information at least one day before your arrival.

Is there also a key?

If required, an access chip/card can be issued for you by their guest managers on site.

What information can I find in the digital guestbook?

Here you get all the information about the arrival, the stay and your departure. The guestbook contains further useful information about the location, recommendations and cooperation partners.

On arrival I have found a damage in the apartment, what now?

Please report the damage within 48 hours by mail to the property.

Where can I find a contact person?

In their larger apartment buildings you can reach a contact person on weekdays from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Is there an emergency number?

In case of emergency, you can also reach their on-call service after 6:00 p.m.

I lost my access chip, What now?

You can use your access code to open the door and have a new chip made the following day by their colleagues on site.

When will my apartment be cleaned?

The included cleaning takes place every 2 weeks. You can book an extra weekly cleaning for an extra charge.

Do I have to pay attention to anything during the cleaning?

Please make sure that all surfaces and the bed are freely accessible. Only free areas will be cleaned by them. The staff is not allowed to put away any personal belongings.

Where to put my garbage and what do I have to consider?

They have garbage rooms in or in front of the building. Please pay attention to the waste separation signs.

How can I do my laundry?

Use the designated washrooms for this and download the app if required. There is a charge for using the washing machines and dryers.

How do I get access to the internet?

The property will provide you the Network & Password details.

Do I have to register the gez fees (tv-licence fees)?

If you are registered with them - as main residence - costs for the GEZ fees may apply. Guests who use their apartments as a secondary residence are exempt from this.

How can I use the lounge?

The lounges are available and open and you can use the facilities at any time.

When do I have to check-out?

Their check-out is until 11:00 a.m.

Is there a personal handover?

No, there is no personal handover required, unless you wish one.

Where do I leave my key cart / chip?

Just leave your chip or key card on the table in the apartment.

When will I get my deposit back?

Usually you will get your deposit back within 14 days. Please pass them your account details before moving out. Damages occurred will be deducted from the deposit.

What happens if I forget something in the apartment?

Lost and found items are collected and stored. You are welcome to pick it up on site or they will send it to you - at your expense.

What are the current restrictions on COVID?

Currently there are no COVID restriction. However, they recommend wearing a mask in the public areas of their houses and keeping your distance.

Which health measures apply in the house?

You will find disinfection dispensers in their entrance areas, the apartments are disinfected during their basic cleaning. Feel free to ask their colleagues for a Dyson air purifier* for your apartment. *not available at all locations.

Are there any restrictions in the houses with public areas?

Currently there are no COVID restriction. However, they recommend wearing a mask in the public areas of their 

houses and keeping your distance.

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6. Schleiermacherstraße 10

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For students considering Frankfurt as their educational home, it's crucial to weigh the cost of living in this vibrant city. As one of the major financial capitals of Europe, Frankfurt unsurprisingly has a relatively high cost of living compared to other German cities. Housing represents a significant expense, with rental prices for apartments reflecting Frankfurt's desirability and economic importance. Daily costs like groceries, utilities, and public transportation also tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum. While boasting an array of world-class amenities, Frankfurt's cost of living can be a serious consideration for those relocating to this influential urban centre. Below is the breakdown of the expenses you will incur.

1. Off-campus Accommodation: €480 - €500 per month

2. Transportation: €90 - €110 per month

3. Food: €500 - €550 per month

4. Utility: €320 - €355 per month

5. Entertainment: €50 - €60 per month

6. Groceries: €25 - €35 per month

7. Clothes: €120 - €135 per month

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1. Buses: Frankfurt has a dense network of buses that connect to various localities and suburbs, making it an excellent choice for short or medium-length journeys. They run frequently throughout the day with services reduced late at night. Tickets can be purchased from machines at bus stops or inside the buses and typically cost around €2.75 for a single journey within the city. A monthly travel card, known as the Monatskarte, costs approximately €90.
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