Park Inn by Radisson Hamburg Nord
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Conference facilities
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn by Radisson Hamburg Nord
The property is some distance from central city, but there's a bus stop across the street from the property. The price is fair for the accommodation, but breakfast will cost over $20.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park Inn by Radisson Hamburg Nord
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Early start, an awesome breakfast and dressed in my wedding clothes I set out for the DVA offices for a meeting. Corinne stayed at the hotel and took herself out for a long walk through the streets of Hamburg.
The meeting was successful with some new work secured in Sudan over November after which I conned Corinne into another walk through the streets of Hamburg. ...
... So we ended up turning around and having to negotiate a complicated diversion.
We arrived at Hamburg at around 2.00 where we checked into the luxurious four star Maddison Hotel which had been booked for us by my business associates from DVA. Pure luxury after our bus. Our bus has a total of 4.5 square meters of living space, now we were thrown into 35 square meters. We nearly lost each other.
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... I'd walked to my hotel. I was a little skeptical about this place, as its name - Eden by Centro - was followed by a nerve wracking word: 'basic'. After checking in, I made my way up to my room to settle in. In every measure of the word it was basic. The key looked more like what people old enough to be my ancestors describe the bits of card with holes in it that used to help run the first computers as. And when I opened the door, the room was just big enough to have a ...
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