Lint Hotel Koln

Address: Lintgasse 7, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50667, Germany | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDeutscher Kaiser Hotel Garni - Passau

Reviewed by mikvs

Worth The Struggle To Find

Reviewed Oct 2, 2005
by (4 reviews) Fresno , United States Flag of United States

It wasn't easy to find, hidden in a maze of streets in Cologne's Old Town. And, it wasn't easy to get to our room (up three flights of stairs, with no elevator). But, the room was very comfortable, the breakfasts were heavenly, and the location was extremely convenient for exploring Old Cologne. All in all, we were very glad to have found and stayed at the Lint Hotel.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Deutscher Kaiser Hotel Garni - Passau

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