Cologne City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCologne City Hotel
We have given it a rating of 4 as it was central to everything.
It was clean, tidy and fresh. There really was nothing bad or wrong about it. Probably the only thing, if we had to pick something, was that the bus had to park around the corner, not outside the hotel. Other than that it was very nice and we would definitely recommend the hotel, restaurant and the staff they were lovely. Thank you.
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