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Frankfurt for one night only

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We've generally stayed in Mainz the night before a flight, but this year we're thinking of Frankfurt. Sadly, we'll be in Frankfurt on a Monday, so the museums will be closed. We'd like to just be walkable to the city's highlights for our short visit.

Our budget is around 80E, and near the hbf is preferred.

We've often stayed in Accor hotels with good results, and this one seems to fit. From Tripadvisor, it appears as though it's a recent Mercure hotel, having been a Comfort hotel previously.
http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-8115-mercure-hotel-kaiserhof-frankfurt-city-center/index.shtml

As the rate I'm quoted for my date (79E, mid August) is a prepaid, noncancellable rate, would there be any other suggestions in the area that would be comparable?

Thanks.

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