Parc Plaza Hotel Luxembourg
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParc Plaza Hotel Luxembourg Luxembourg City
The rooms are adequate but there is no door on the bathroom although the toilet has a door. It is clean and the staff a cheerful, helpful and friendly. There is no fridge or safe or air conditioning. Has free wifi. Limited hanging space and no wardrobe. Rooms are large enough for two.
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