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TravelPod Member ReviewsLitty's Hotel Munich
I found the room to be a bit run down, but otherwise ok. The elevator was tiny, which made me feel very uncomfortable (being 250lbs and 6+ feet) The shared washroom on the floor was fantastically appointed. The staff was great and the continental style breakfast each more was first rate.
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