The studio is located in the center of Frankfurt. It's easily accessible by public transport U-6 and U-7 at the station Lieziger Strasse. If you do have a car, parking is sometimes challenging unless you pay. There are pay parking lots in the area.
It's too bad that only guests of the Hilton are allowed to access this wonderful health club and lap pool.
Zeil Street is a main shopping drag in the heart of Frankfurt. This popular health club is easy to miss from the street and requires an elevator ride up to the small reception area/lobby on the 5th floor. Look for the McDonalds and the streetside Fitness First sign.
Small club but very good, high-end equipment inside. €25E admission fee is steep, especially if you're exchanging currency for calories. Some hotels in the area receive guest discounts, so use your persuasion skills to save 50%.
A crushed stone path begins at the Schiller statue behind the Hilton City hotel and winds its way through town to the river Main sidewalk.
Despite the many modern highrise structures and abundance of steel and concrete, Frankfurt has a few appealing greenscapes. The best place to run or walk along trails and tall trees, Gruneburgpark is a popular retreat for locals in search of greenscape and parkland.
This small yoga studio is located across the street from the Hilton City hotel and within a short walk of many of our other recommended properties. It's one of the few yoga facilities in the heart of the city.
It is surprisingly difficult to find health clubs in downtown Frankfurt that offer out-of-towners day pass admission. It seems that gyms assume you will workout at the hotel, but hotels often fall short - even in Germany. Mainhattan is a good find.
On both sides of the river, wide sidewalks provide scenic paths for walking, jogging, inline-skating and/or bicycle riding. The pancake flat terrain is part of the run course for Ironman Germany's annual race.