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Residenz Hotel Am Martinsberg
Frankenstraße 6
56626 Andernach
Telephone: +49 2632 987780
Telefax: +49 2632 9877899

MS Goodnight Management GmbH
Karlheinz-Steimel-Weg 15
50969 Köln

Manager: Melina Durgut
Handelsregister Nr.: HRB 97113

Ust-IdNr – DE 322119664

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Picture Credits

Agentur Permanent, ©90Grad Photography-Hilger & Schneider GbR,
RHK Hotelgesellschaft mbH,
Sven Reumkens,
Ingrid Eirich-Schaab


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