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Travel: hit the star: Llambi etching against luxury hotel - "never again"

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Joachim Llambi is a fan of the clear (and hard) words. A luxury hotel in Munich has now felt that.

Joachim Llambi, hier am 7. Mai 2022, im DSDS-Finale, hat sich bei Instagram mächtig über ein Luxus-Hotel aufgeregt. © Picture Alliance/dpa Joachim Llambi, here on May 7, 2022, in the DSDS final, has been a lot of luxury hotel on Instagram.

before his appearance at "Schlag den Star" on Saturday (December 17, 2022), the "Let's Dance" juror spent the night in the "Roomers". "A safe choice", you would like to say when looking at the ratings: 4.5 out of 5 possible stars, the hotel receives on Google, 8.4 out of 10 points at Booking.com.

Joachim Llambi about "Roomers" in Müchen: "What a bad hotel!"

But at least for Joachim Llambi, the hotel election turned out to be a grip in the toilet. And that brought the 58-year-old to the palm so much that he specifically put an Instagram post on the subject.

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already has the introduction: "What a bad hotel!" Is the early conclusion Llambis. Already on arrival he had to have negative experiences: "The right hand did not know what the left was doing". The check-in process took 20 minutes. To make matters worse, the room was still "very small" and the shower did not work in some cases.

see the Instagram contribution by Joachim Llambi:

, even on departure, there were problems. Llambi reports on an elevator that came but had not opened. So he had to carry his three pieces of luggage from the fifth floor through the "dirty, partially broken" staircase. "You don't need it in the morning," says the Duisburg.

arrived at the bottom, you already suspect it, the next excitement: breakfast will only be served from 7.30 a.m. "Great when you are traveling earlier as a business traveler," etched Llambi.

his devastating rating: “In total, not even 2 stars worth it, absolutely avoid. The shop never sees me again for the money! ”

at least: (visible) effects on its performance on the following evening with“ Schlag den Star ”obviously did not have the poor night. Llambi prevailed against DJ Bobo and won the ProSieben show.

, however, paid the victory expensive - with a triple broken rib. However, the "Roomers", which has not yet officially commented on the judgment, cannot do anything. Probably not even in the eyes of Joachim Llambi. (SAL)

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