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FRANKFURT Hotel suggestions for 14 day isolation?

Old Jul 16, 20, 11:06 am
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Cool FRANKFURT Hotel suggestions for 14 day isolation?

I'll have to "home"-isolate for 14 days in a hotel on arrival to Frankfurt for work, even with a clean (COVID-19) medical certificate. Any suggestions for where to stay? Usual top choice is IHG Intercontinental (Spire Ambassador), but the hotel is closed. I guess top amenities would be comfort, space and good (free, if possible) wi-fi. In the IHG line, Holiday Inn - Alte Oper is next choice for points, I'm just not sure I want to spend 14 days living there. Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
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Old Jul 24, 20, 3:44 am
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Villa Kennedy, when booking via Rocco Forte Knights, can be had for ~ 150 EUR per night.

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Old Jul 27, 20, 12:46 am
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Agree with Villa Kennedy. Or Schlosshotel Kronberg.
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Old Jul 28, 20, 3:17 pm
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Originally Posted by Katje View Post
I'll have to "home"-isolate for 14 days in a hotel on arrival to Frankfurt for work, even with a clean (COVID-19) medical certificate.
Under what circumstances does Hessen require a quarantine even after a negative covid test?

https://soziales.hessen.de/gesundhei...-rueckreisende
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Old Jul 29, 20, 1:54 am
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You have to sort that out with the local Gesundheitsamt. They usually recommend you get a certification from a doctor (after the negative test) before they wave the 14 day limit.
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Old Jul 29, 20, 6:17 am
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Originally Posted by oliver2002 View Post
You have to sort that out with the local Gesundheitsamt. They usually recommend you get a certification from a doctor (after the negative test) before they wave the 14 day limit.
Right, that’s required for Hessen and documented in the link above. If you get the test done at FRA, you can get that paperwork done for €25:

Einige Bundesländer in Deutschland fordern zur Umgehung der Quarantäne-Regeln für Anreisende aus kritischen Ländern ein ärztliches Attest, das neben dem negativen Testergebnis eine ärztliche Bescheinigung zum Gesundheitszustand des Einreisenden beinhalten muss. Gegen einen Aufpreis von 25 € kann dies am Frankfurter Flughafen durch einen Arzt erstellt werden, dieser steht Ihnen Mo bis Fr zwischen 9:00 und 18:00 Uhr und Sa/So zwischen 9:00 und 17:00 Uhr zur Verfügung.”
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