Comfort Hotel Andi Munich City Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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This was a great place to stay. We were close to the city centre (I think). The rooms were beautiful, had tea and coffee facilities, and weren't too far away from the elevators. Breakfast in the morning was very yummy and the best way to start the day. You felt like you were staying in a luxurious hotel, without the price tag. I was on a tour group during our stay.
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