Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeonardo Hotel Heidelberg
I've had better rooms and service in a hostel. The front desk clerk was rude and not helpful. Our room still had the previous guests bathroom stuff in it (forgotten hairspray and gel), and our towels were askew. Our room was directly on the freeway and it was loud all night. Our room also smelled of smoke, even though we had smoke free. When we checked out the front desk attendant charged me more for parking than the previous attendant had told me. Overall experience was very poor.
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Haven't have wifi for a day or so. Checking in now. We are loving this trip! Meeting a lot of amazing people, too! Trip highlights:
Toured the biggie castles of King Ludwig. Fairytales! Met some new friends from Pittsburg. Lots of walking! Lots and lots and lots of walking. And stairs; they're everywhere! The castles were …
... not low clowd
Rock - dress, not a rock BUT Rock is also German for rock 'n' roll.
Regal - a bookshelf, not a royal
Same pronunciation, but different spelling
Foto - photo
Bier – Beer
Glas – glass
Gras – grass
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