The Café Corner on the first floor of the 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord is the perfect place to get a quick caffeine boost throughout the day. Here, a variety of specialty coffees are served in an authentic way from a vintage Citroën Acadiane. For those who can only make a short stop: café creme, café au lait & co. can also be ordered to take away.
The Café Corner is temporarily closed due to the current situation.
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