SMARTY Cologne City Center
Hotel | Hostel | Boardinghouse

Engelbertstraße 33-35
50674 Cologne – Germany

Telephone: +49 221 924090

operated by:

RHK Living GmbH
(former Meininger 10 City Hostel Köln GmbH)
Engelbertstraße 33-35
50674 Cologne – Germany

Owner & Managing Director: Géraldine Reumkens
AG Köln HRB 91397

VAT ID: following.
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Picture Credits
Agentur Permanent, Géraldine Reumkens
RHK Hotelgesellschaft mbH, Sven Reumkens

© KoelnTourismus
Universität zu Köln © Axel Schulten
Koelnmesse © KoelnMesse GmbH
Lanxess Arena © Michael Rennertz
Train Station © Koelnemesse GmbH / Dierk Holthausen
Schildergasse © KoelnTourismus GmbH
Chocolate Museum © KoelnTourismus GmbH
Romanic Germanic Museum © KoelnTourismus GmbH

© Fotolia
Sightseeing Cologne Cathedral © Iakov Filimonov
Dinner © DisobeyArt
Backpacker Train Station © nd3000
Carnival © Kzenon


©MEININGER Shared Services GmbH

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