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Hotel recommendation along the Rhine Valley

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I'm looking for a hotel for our family-- we will be 4 so either 2 rooms or (better) a family room. Would like it to have AC, need wifi, free breakfast preferred but not required, clean, views of the Rhine, have parking but be accessible to the train (and in a "lively" area so stores/restaurants/things to do). I also would like it to be quaint and cozy (love the idea of a castle hotel but the one I looked up was too "dorm looking". My hubby is use to the 5 star modern hotel treatment (we compromised and he gets Munich/Salzburg/Vienna Le Meridian). However, I don't want him to freak out (example: I had to tell him two years ago to relax and breath when he found out we were staying in an apartment in Rome... turned out to be a great experience - after we got rid of the ants :-) but he was not in his element because of the absence of housekeeping. I admit I enjoyed watching him freak out lol... I'm going on a tangent...

Hotel recommendations on the Rhine Valley? Won't break an arm and leg? (I'm also more frugal than he is).

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