Disney's Hotel Cheyenne (Paris, France)
The Disney Cheyenne Hotel was an upgrade to a very good offer we found for a 3-day trip to Disneyland Paris. Originally the offer included accommodation in the Disney Santa Fe Hotel but at only £ 6.00 more we thought that the expense for having a bunk bed for the children next to a double bed for us, instead of two queen size beds, was ... money well spend.
To find the hotel was easy. Once you reach Marne de la Vallee all you need to do is follow the signs along the way. With Disney being THE attraction in the area all that has to do with the theme park is very well signed out, and the danger that you are getting lost is minimal. If you are arriving by Eurostar you'll find the bus terminal from where the shuttle buses to the hotels depart right in front of the exit to the station, and if you want to take a train from the airport you'll also arrive here. Once you reach the hotel by car you will have to pass from the check in where you will have to show your reservation papers. The guy we met here was a very friendly and cheerful chap and within a short time we were making our way up the driveway to the Cheyenne Hotel
The hotel is designed in a Wild West Style. You can't drive up directly to the entrance, this area is reserved for coaches, there is a small parking lot opposite of the entrance to the reception area where you can leave your car while you check in. The shuttle buses stop around 100 metres from the entrance and porter service isn't privided, you'll have to manage your luggage yourself.
The reception area is large and the Wild West theme continues with lots of wooden beams, the odd Native American Indian model, wagon wheels and the likes.
We where lucky to arrive at a time of day where the reception wasn't busy and only had three more families in front of us. Nevertheless, the waiting time was around 15 minutes and is sluggishly slow. I feel sorry for all those who arrive in huge groups or at very busy times but it gives you a very good impression of what will await you during your stay in Disneyland: queuing, queuing, queuing
The receptionist was very friendly and explained all the offers that were available to us like early entrance to the park, booking dinners, etc. At this point we didn't pay too much attention but wanted to get to our rooms, get rid of the luggage, freshen up and finally get to the park and maybe meet Micky .
The hotel is fairly big and consists of many separate buildings, all two storey high and with Wild West related names. We were assigned to "Sundance" which is located at the far end of the hotel complex. Good thing I did pay attention when the receptionist explained the way to get there. There is a large
parking lot all along the hotel's buildings and we managed to find a space directly in front of "our" building which turned out to be a white wooden structure that could have been the pride of every Clint Eastwood Western Movie. Opposite to the entrance there is a small square with a small park which is probably very nice during the greener months as there where plenty of roses.
Once entering the building you'll find out that there isn't a lift, no big problem with only one flight of stairs to climb - and the explanation why such a lot of push chairs are parked in the hall way. The Wild West theme continues in the design which includes some photos of the most "wanted" men, all actors who have played Wild West villains, but it is also fairly worn and the space under the stairs is used as a storage area for neon lights and other items that might need to be replaced in the rooms. On the landing of the first floor there are some tables and chairs, very saloon like, that came handy when we wanted to have a drink when the kids were already in bed as there is no separate living area in the room
Entering the room you'll find a hanging rail and a shelf in the hallway, the bathroom also leads from here. The room itself isn't small at all but with the double bed, the bunk bed, two chests of drawers and a desk area it is fairly cramped and there is hardly space to swing a cat. We made sure to keep our luggage out of the way, solved the dispute which of the girls would sleep on the upper bed, found the room to be hot and sticky and opened the window, which wasn't as easy as it looked like. There is a TV with some local French channels and the Disney Channel in several languages, not a service we used a lot. The room was clean but the furniture again a bit tired and worn and the bathroom could have done with some sprucing up as. there were some cracked tiles. As this is one of Disney's budget offers we didn't expect all that much, besides, if you come to Disneyland you'll probably not spend a hell lot of your time in the room, at least not while you are awake.
The beds weren't the most comfortable I've ever slept in but for a short trip they were fine. Not so sure if I would have liked to sleep for a whole week or so in them but most people won't stay for that long anyway.
On the plus side everything was spotlessly clean and the room was tidied up daily, empty soaps and toilet rolls were replaced.
In the bathroom we found some soaps with Mickey Mouse wrapping and shower gel and shampoo in little bottles with Micky Mouse screw tops which we weren't allowed to use as our daughters wanted to take them as a souvenir. We'd brought our own so no big deal and both kids were happy to take their Mickey shampoos back home.
There is no possibility of room service, no coffee/tea making facilities and there are also no machines in the building from which you could have got a small snack or a hot drink. This was the only real downside of the hotel as the bar/restaurant were quite a bit of a walk away and we'd have loved to have a cuppa in the morning while we all got ready for breakfast.
The hotel offers a restaurant where also the breakfast is served, and a bar. All meals are taken in buffet form and you can book an all-you-can eat dinner at a reasonable price at the concierge desk if you wish so.
The choice at breakfast was good although there wasn't any cooked breakfast, which means no eggs, bacon, beans and so on. There were enough cereals, cheeses, jams, cooked meats, fruit and a large variety of baked goods to keep us happy and we didn't really miss a full English breakfast. If we'd stayed a few days longer we would probably have wanted a larger choice but for just two nights it was perfectly fine. Drinks can be found in the dining halls (no joking, these are really halls with room for large amounts of people) and there was a variety of fruit juices, coffee, tea and milk.
The ambience again was Wild West Style, even though the size of the rooms would have exceeded the odd saloon by a mile.
After enjoying our breakfast we took a coffee outside where you can find some wooden tables and give the kids a chance to play in the playground - while we had some peace.
We booked the all-you-can-eat dinner on our second evening and here you will have to expect to queue up for ages for your food - and in a very hot buffet area ! The selection is good, there are several starters including soup and salads, a huge variety of main dishes that should suite any taste, a fantastic desert buffet and lots of cheeses.
From what I remember there was grilled chicken, salmon, curry, pasta with a variety of sauces, Boeuf Bourguignon, chips, rice and lovely pizzas.
It took ages to get what you wanted though and the kids started to eat halfway through and were nearly full by the time we got back to the table. The desert buffet is really worth mentioning as there was a fantastic selection of cakes, tarts and puddings. We couldn't really decide what to try and thus ended up filling a big plate with a variety to share. Cheeses included brie, camembert, blue cheese and goat's cheese.
The dinner offer includes one drink only and instead of ordering another one we decided to move on towards the bar to have coffees.
The weather was uncharacteristically mild during our stay so we decided to sit outside and I didn't see much of the bar. From what I could see through the window it offered several TV screens and was much smaller than I'd expected from a hotel of this size.
The overall ambience of the restaurant is clearly not romantic. For the amount of people these halls take, there were two of them, connected by saloon style swinging doors, the noise level was surprisingly low and tables were cleared fast and efficiently. During breakfast there was a bit of a problem with milk and juices running out and it took some time until they were refilled but the organization of feeding so many people at the same time was rather admirable and I'll happily forgive them for having to wait 10 minutes for my refill of orange juice when all went that well for me and hundreds of other guests at the same time.
There was a nice shop with lots of Disney items (what else ?) which was well worth checking out. We found a T-Shirt for our little one that was actually cheaper than in all the Disney shops in and surrounding the park. The staff here is extremely friendly and was very helpful when our older daughter fell down one evening and we were in desperate need of some plasters. In the end we bought most of our souvenirs here, not because we couldn't have got them anywhere else inside Disneyland but because the staff was really exceptional.
There is a concierge desk where you can book special activities like dinners and shows. We used this to arrange the all-you-can-eat buffet dinner on our second evening and found the staff to be very helpful, friendly and well organized.
There is a play area outside that our kids used during the stay. They do offer pony rides in the morning. Not an offer we took on as it involves extra spending, 5 pound for each child for a short ride up one of the "streets". Not that I'm stingy but there are so many better ways to spend your money in Disney. The kids liked the ponies (surprise, surprise!) and also had fun in the games arcade we visited in the evening. Here you can find table football, pin ball and so on.
The shuttle service to the park was a great help and absolutely reliable. The buses do get very crowded during the "rush hours" and no driver seems to care about overfilling the bus, so hold on tight. The journey from the Cheyenne to the park takes about 3 minutes and buses depart every 10-15 minutes from the hotel and back. This makes it very easy to reach the parks and the station.
Disney Characters show up daily and you can find them outside under the cover of the entrance in front of the big post wagon. We met Goofy and Pluto and the kids, although they surely would have preferred Mickey and Minnie, were absolutely OK with this. No clue how well the more expensive hotels are served but I suspect that your chances to see the "A-List celebrities" are better there. The queues to have your photo taken with the Disney character are much smaller than in the park and both of our girls got enough time for a big hug from both characters.
Overall this hotel is a fantastic budget choice for families. It is absolutely geared for the family market and I don't think that's probably what they are doing best. If you are after a more romantic break or just want something more upscale than a good working basic accommodation you will be better off at one of the more expensive Disney Resort Hotels.
We booked this hotel at a special offer for £ 300.00 for the whole family including a 3-day pass to the park, really exceptional good value for money. Disney only does such cheap offers way out of season but we were lucky with the weather and had, apart from half an hour of rain over 3 days, bright sunshine. So it was well worth the gamble and you'll never have any guarantees for sunshine, no matter which time of the year you go.
My only real problem with the hotel was the lack of coffee anywhere near the room, which probably isn't a big deal for most but this cat doesn't work properly without a cuppa in the morning ! Not that this would stop me from returning to the Cheyenne hotel, I'd go back any time, but bring a kettle.
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Sutera Harbour Resort & Spa Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia)
I stayed at the Pacific Sutera Hotel from October 3rd until October 14th in 2006. The Pacific Sutera hotel is built within the The Sutera Harbour Resort which included another hotel named The Magellan and also a Health Spa. The resort is surrounded by the Harbour which gives you easy access to explore some of the surrounding islands that ... are a short boat journey away.
This hotel was in a perfect location for us. The flight to Borneo was 13 hours in total and when we arrived, we were pleased to find that the hotel was 10 minutes away from the airport by taxi which are very cheap; you shouldn't need to pay more than 10 ringetts (£1.70)
Arrival and check in
Upon arrival, the staff were more than eager to take our cases and escort us to reception. Check it was quick and easy, so this made our first impression very high! The hotel had 12 floors; all with lift access so would be easily accessible for wheelchair users.
When we got to our room, it was very clean and when the porter bought out luggage to the room, he also bought a tray of chocolates and a tray of fruit which was a very nice touch. From our room, we could see the Harbour and surrounding islands and also the other hotel and health spa. We also had a great view of the grounds of the hotel, fish ponds, swimming pool and bars. We did have to ask for a sea view when we booked though. If you get a room the other side of the hotel which over looks a massive golf course. Our room was big, with a massive king size bed! No exaggeration, it was huge!! The room was also air conditioned which you needed with the heat! We had a large bathroom, with a walk in shower and a full size bath. There are shutters next to the bath which open out into the bedroom, which means you are able to watch TV while having a bath or still talk to the other person you are on holiday with while you're having a soak! There was also a large sink area with a large mirror in front of it. On the sink section, was a tray of toiletry items including toothpaste, toothbrush, cotton buds, emery board, moisturiser, comb and a razor with shaving cream. Every time we used one of these items, it was replaced by housekeeping the next day. There is a safe in the room, inside the wardrobe which is great for keeping all your valuables in. There is an ironing board and an iron on one of the cupboards, and a hairdryer on the side. There were two dressing gowns hung up in one of the wardrobes for us to use while we were there. All the plug sockets in the room were three pin so there was no need for an adapter. The room has a medium sized fridge which we found useful for keeping fruit and bottles drinks in. In the room, there were 2 wardrobes so there was plenty of space to unpack all your clothes. There was also a 5 drawer, chest of drawers. The TV was fairly large and you had a selection of local and international channels. A few good film and documentary channels. There were internet points within the room in the officer area, where there is a desk, chair and lamp. There was a phone in the room where you could make calls to reception free and also make calls to home that would then be charged to the room. The hotel offered 24 hour room service and we thought the prices were very reasonable. The food was more based on snack foods than proper meals though. Items like Caesar Salad, Burgers, French Fries and Spring Rolls.
Sister Hotel - The Magellan
As we were staying at this hotel, we were also allowed to use the facilities of the sister hotel The Magellan and the Health Spa in the middle of the hotels. The Health Spa offered a sauna and steam room that are both free of charge, although there are separate rooms for males and females. The Magellan Hotel had a bowling alley on the 2nd floor which cost us £10 for 2 games each and a complimentary soft drink. On the same floor, there was a Billiard Room where there were two tables and it cost about £2 per hour that you play. Next door to Billiard Room was a restaurant called Spice Island which did Indian based food. Men will be asked to wear long trousers as dress code but for women there isn't a dress code! The food was very nice although quite spicy. It was a lot more expensive to eat here than it was in town. Our meal cost us £20 for both of us and in a smaller shop in town nearly the same meal cost us £8 for both. Across from the restaurant there was a cinema although in the time we spent there it never appeared to be open and wasn't showing very up to date films. The Magellan also has a fresh pizza bakery where you can also have a meal. This was also more expensive that in town. There is also a large gift shop selling souvenirs, food, cigarettes, drinks and toiletry items and medication. The Magellan had an Olympic size swimming pool and a smaller kiddie's pool with a couple of waterslides that were free of charge. There was a poolside bar which offered snack type foods and soft and alcoholic drinks.
The Pacific Sutera Hotel Facilities
The Pacific Sutera Hotel had fish ponds on the grounds with hundreds of rather nice Koi Carp! The bridges across the ponds, led you to the swimming pool and bar area. There is also a small Cove area where you can lay on a small section of beach and swim in the sea and snorkel. The pool is large and has an area in the middle that is only about 1.5 feet deep so you can lay on this to keep cool and still sunbathe!
There were lots of sun beds, all with soft mattresses on them and a small table between the beds. There was a small poolside bar, you could swim up to it one side, or walk up to it the other. This bar serves alcoholic drinks such as beer and cocktails and also did some snack type foods. These are also large than our type of snacks though. For example, I had a tuna baguette and it came with two medium sized baguettes stuffed full with tuna, cheese, egg, salad and mayo and also a large portion of chips. The average price of the snacks is about £3. A can of coke was £1.50 which we thought was quite expensive for a can of drink. Beer was £3 for half a pint and cocktails were the same price! They also served some gorgeous smoothies, banana, mango and other varieties of fruit which were also £3. The bar had waitresses which would come around the sun beds, regularly and ask if you would like more drinks, we found this very useful as we were getting far too lazy in all the sunshine! The waitresses also bought round flannels that had been in the fridge and were ice cold. This was lovely as it gets very hot out there!
Adjacent to this area is a Diving Centre where you can take part in Scuba Diving and Snorkelling on a neighbouring island. We did an intro dive with this school and it cost us about £20 each. This included a briefing, try dive and then an actual dive that lasts about 1 hour. The price also included a return trip to the island you were diving from and hire of all scuba equipment and a BBQ lunch with tea and coffee.
Food and Drink
We stayed on a Bed and Breakfast basis. Breakfast was served from 06.30 - 10.00 every day. The breakfast was a buffet and had lots of variety. It offered cereal and milk, croissants, waffles, pancakes, bacon, scrambled eggs, fresh made omelettes and lots more. You also got Tea, Coffee, Apple Juice, Orange Juice and Pineapple Juice. The restaurant that served breakfast was large and had an outside area and well as a downstairs section. The food was served from metal containers, all with lids so the flies couldn't get to the food. It was all very clean and hygienic. There is also a waitress service in the hotel and then seat you once you arrive at the restaurant and then offer you tea and coffee throughout your breakfast
Spa / Gift Shop
On the ground floor, there was a Spa where you could buy various massages. A small massage i.e., head would cost about £10. The full body and specialised massages were about £30 and lasted 90 minutes. Next to the Spa there was a medium sized gym, although we never used it, it looked very clean. On the other side of the Spa, there was a small gift shop that sold souvenirs. One half of the gift shop had a rep from a local company who you could book various trips with. You could book monkey watching, helicopter rides and to climb Mount Kinabalu. We had all our trips booked so didn't bother with looking at the prices for this.
Pubs / Clubs
Out the front of a hotel and down a flight of stairs, there is a pub/nightclub called Jugs. The hotel holds a special evening i.e., Friday night is Girl's Night and all girls get drinks such as Wine, Beer and Tequila free all night! The nightclub was a fair size, with a couple of pool tables which cost 50p a game. The nightclub also played English music but not so loud that you cannot talk to one another. They had a good selection of International named brands. The nightclub is air conditioned which was lovely!
The Hotel Reception Area
The reception area of the hotel was pretty big and had seated areas, where you could enjoy a few drinks for the evening as there was a small bar in one corner. There were 3 women who sang at the hotel in this area, every night. They sang easy listening British songs and it was nice as background music. The reception was large with 10 counters so service was always very efficient. The hotel could change your currency fro you which was very useful to have. Also there was a Concierge section where you could book yourself on a free shuttle bus into town (which is about 10 minutes away) and ran every hour. You had to book yourself on the bus 15 minutes before you wanted to go into town. The busses drop you off at several main points in town. There is no need to book yourself onto the bus going back to the hotel; you just wait at one of the points at whatever time you want to go home according to the times the busses run. Also at the Concierge section you could order a taxi. There was a taxi rank in the basement of the hotel so a taxi literally took 2 minutes to pick you up which was great! The taxi to town cost us £1.50 each way but you can also use the free shuttle service. There is also a smaller gift shop on the 2nd floor which sold cigarettes, food item, toiletries and souvenirs.
On the top floor of the hotel there was a Club Lounge where you could get alcoholic and soft drinks. Again you could get snack food here. We found that this was normally full of business people and golfers so we tended to stick to the downstairs drink area.
Trips To Other Islands
As I mentioned earlier, we had a Harbour outside our hotel and we booked a few trips to surrounding islands. The islands were between 10 - 30 minutes away and cost £5 each person for a return trip. The other islands were great for Snorkelling from. You could book these trips from a little booth that was on the corner of the Harbour. Along the Harbour, you could see a lovely selection of fish as the water was so clear! You could also see some crabs sneaking around between their hiding places!
The hotel also had a 18 hole gold course in its grounds. They also offered night time Golf as the course was always lit but not enough to annoy people staying in that half of the hotel. We enquired about Golf and it would have cost us around £50 each for 9 holes so we gave it a miss. Although that price did include the hire of everything, clubs, shoes, buggy etc.
Charging Items To The Room
Throughout the hotel, in all restaurants, shops etc, you had the option to charge everything to your room and then pay it at the end when you checkout. We found this useful as sometimes we found ourselves with a small amount of money and we couldn't be bothered to get the taxi into town so we just charged items for that evening to our room.
We stayed at this hotel for 5 nights and then we went away to another area of Borneo to go Turtle Watching and Monkey Watching. The hotel very kindly stored all our luggage that we didn't take free of charge, and were very efficient in getting our luggage back to us when we returned from our trip.
All the staff at the hotel exceeded our expectations. They were extremely helpful and very well mannered. They where very smart Malaysian uniforms and always look very well presented. They all speak a high level of English so there is no language barrier.
Our rep told us when we first arrived that this hotel was used mainly by business type people and I must admit that there were not that many English people staying at the hotel. There were a few Australians also and the rest were Koreans, Chinese and Malaysian's on holiday.
This hotel is rated as a four star but it definately lives up to what you would expect from a five star hotel. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to go to Kota Kinabalu!
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Hotel Kronprinz (Emden, Germany)
I can't remember why I chose the Hotel Kronprinz (Crown Prince) for my one-night stay in Emden. The town is small and has only few hotels, maybe the others were all full or out of my price range. I knew that the hotel wasn't near the station but couldn't find out on the net how far it was to walk. I called the reception and ... learnt that I would probably reach it in a quarter of an hour. With a trolley whose handle is too short for me and which therefore always hits the back of my heels this was not appealing, so I decided to take a taxi. This cost 6 Euro. As I also had to take one back to the station the next day, the price for the room wasn't only 55 Euro but actually 67, too much for what I found.
From the net: "Reception open from 7 am to 9 pm (weekdays); up to 10 pm (weekend)"
I arrived in front of the hotel some minutes before 8 pm. The building has two entrances, the right one leads to a Greek restaurant, the left one to the hotel. I climbed up some stairs, opened the door and stood in a long hallway. The first door to the left is the breakfast room with the inviting sign 'Vips only' . Then comes the staircase leading up to the three floors on which the twelve rooms are situated. Beyond the staircase I saw a closed window behind which is a tiny room serving as the reception. Nobody in. At the back of the hallway a door opens onto the parking area of the hotel. A man was standing in the door smiling at me in a friendly way. When I asked him if he was the receptionist, he declined, but he said the man I was looking for was probably still on the premises as his car was still outside. I waited for some time but nobody came. I started to panic, how would I get to my room? The noise from the Greek restaurant behind the right wall of the hallway set a train of thoughts in motion. When I had called, the man had said something about the key to be got at . . . I couldn't get the rest of the sentence then but gathered that he might have meant 'the Greek restaurant'. I asked the friendly man if it was possible that I had to fetch my key next door. He said he wouldn't know. So I went to the Greek restaurant where a waiter did indeed fish my key out of a basket.
So much for the opening time of the reception. What if I hadn't called at all? Would it be too much to ask to pin a sheet of paper onto the window of the reception directing the guests to the Greek restaurant?
My room was on the second floor, the hotel has no lift, the friendly man had disappeared meanwhile and I had to schlepp my suitcase up myself. Fortunately, I always travel light. When I opened the door, my first impression was, "Small and dark". The hotel was built in 1904 but was renovated the last time in 2006. I wonder why the interior decorator decided to put heavy, dark curtains on either side of the window and choose furniture in dark wood. The double bed nearly occupies the whole room, if the door didn't open into the corridor, it wouldn't be possible to get the suitcase(s) inside. Many tourists going to one of the East Frisian islands in the North Sea use Emden as a stop-over before they take the ferry, I can't imagine how they get enormous suitcases full of holiday stuff in.
A dark desk, dim lights, why was I not surprised? The clou of the room, however, is the 'wardrobe'. As I've already mentioned, the room is rather small (~ 3,5 m x 2,5 m), so why stuff it with a wardrobe? Beside the door to the bathroom two boards are nailed to the wall, a long one vertically and a short one at the top horizontally thus forming a right angle. Under the short horizontal one a metal bar is fixed with some wire coat hangers one gets at the dry cleaner's. I found that so depressing. I had to think of representatives of cheap enterprises who have to travel through the country and spend their nights in such grotty rooms. Who knows how many have ended depressed or have ended their lives prematurely? I don't know if the room was clean, I didn't check, it would have been to dark to do so anyway. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't.
The bathroom is surprisingly light and spacious but as I didn't spend my time there, my spirits didn't lift. Room and bathroom face the street, I can't say that it's a very loud one, but as we don't have traffic at night in front of our house, I'm not used to noise from the street. Good that I had packed earplugs.
From the net: "This hotel is located in the heart of Emden."
As Emden is a small town, the heart is also small. The hotel is definitely too far away from it to allow such a remark. If anything, it's in the liver or somewhere in this region. I strolled down the street for a short while but didn't reach anything interesting and as it was getting dark, I went back to the hotel. I didn't feel like eating Greek food, but there is no other eatery nearby, so I went back to my room hungry, drank the complimentary tiny bottle of water and watched TV until my eyes closed.
From the net: "Begin your day with a delicious breakfast buffet".
When I entered the breakfast room 'Vips only' (Ha!), I found four other guests there, but again no one from the staff showed up. I'm a very modest breakfaster and can't complain about the quantity on offer, it certainly was enough for me. But it was all presented without love if you know what I mean. For example, jam or soft cheese which is sold in plastic containers was not filled into glass or porcelain bowls, the lids of the plastic containers were opened and that was it. The buffet looked as if someone had prepared it who doesn't know a thing about making guests feel good and doesn't care.
From the net: "The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard, Maestro".
When I had finished breakfast, I went to the reception which was open, hooray, and a man was sitting behind the window, hooray again. But I also spotted a sign, 'No credit cards accepted'. I asked if that was indeed the case and he said, "Yes, cash only." Fortunately I had enough with me, otherwise I would have had to make an excursion into the town to find a bank.
Interestingly, the comments on the net range from enthusiasm to utter damnation. My verdict is that two stars are just right. There is still room below it, for one star or none at all, but there is much, much room above it.
From the receipt: "We'd be glad if we could welcome you soon again in our hotel."
No, I don't think so.
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2 Stars Hotel International
Bundesland: Berlin / Hotel International / Stadt: Berlin / Kategorie: 2 Sterne oder mehr / Stadtteil: Friedrichshain
Hotel International / Address: 442 Orchard Road
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