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Help with Lodging Recommendations in Wachau (Krems/Durnstein/etc.)

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We would like to spend two nights in the Wachau region in the end of August, but are having a hard time finding good options at our normal online sites. We were thinking of staying in Durnstein, but the Hotel Schloss Durnstein and Richard Lowenherz are over our budget. I've emailed Hotel Sanger Blondel to see if they have availability.

Other places we are considering are in Weissenkirchen at Hotel Garni Weinquadrat, Gästehaus & Heuriger Turm Wachau, or Hotel-Restaurant Kirchenwirt. Or in Krems at Hotel Unter den Linden.

Does anyone have any recommendations on towns or hotels to stay at in this region? Or experience at any of the hotels listed above?

We won't have a car so need somewhere easily accessible from the train or bus stations.

I would be great to find someplace to stay that is unique to the Wachau region. The point of staying overnight rather than doing a day trip from Vienna is to be able to tour the Melk Abby, take a boat cruise, do a little biking and wonder around 2 or 3 of the small towns in the region.

Thanks!

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