Mainzer Hof Hotel
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I can't say anything outstanding about this hotel. It's basic but there is no problem with that. It's clean, in good condition, the bed seems comfortable. Again no problem. There is also nothing really outstanding about this place, nothing that makes me say yeah, I've got to stay here again. The location was perfect for us, right down across the street from the river. So that's the bottom line, location, location, location.
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