Residenz am Zuckerberg
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Travelers staying in Germany never know what they'll encounter. According to the reviews from previous visitors, Residenz am Zuckerberg Trier is not only spacious and conveniently located, it's also a retirement home that rents its extra rooms. However, this is not a bad thing, since any hotel that is recommended by Rick Steves is certainly noteworthy and worth a stay. For stunningly affordable prices, guests receive large rooms, huge bathrooms, living rooms, and a kitchen?not to mention breakfast with some quirky dining companions. It's also close to the Toy Museum, St. Peter's Cathedral, and the Karl Marx House for additional entertainment.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidenz am Zuckerberg Trier
This is actually a retirement home that they use extra rooms for the hotel. The rooms were huge! Big baths, a kitchen and a nice living area. Food at breakfast was good...all in all a very nice affordable hotel...a little quirky with the residents but still very nice.
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