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Best "2-star" hotels in Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, Dresden

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Traveling to various cities in Europe with my 22-year old daughter. While I can afford better lodgings than a hostel, I have to watch the budget...so I'm thinking "2-star" lodgings. Would love any seasoned traveler's advice on finding hotels that are:

1) located in the city center near most major attractions (we are relying solely on walking and public trans)
2) a private bathroom is a must
3) safe area
4) clean, simple, quiet, low-key
5) breakfast included would be a plus

Not necessary to have elevators, fancy lobbies, tiny soaps, or anything that would rack up the price. Just clean, simple, safe and functional and near the main sights.

Thanks so much!

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