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Looking for Lucerne hotel for family of 4

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We'll be staying for 2 nights in Lucerne in early June next summer. Our group consists of 2 families of 4 (4 adults/4 children total). We're typically been looking for apartments but there are no apartments that I can find in Lucerne that hold 8.

So...we're looking for a hotel where each family can stay in one room (4 people per room). Our price range is $200 to $300 per night.

We're pretty flexible on hotel type (modern, quaint, etc) but would prefer it's within easy waking distance of the downtown area (by the bridge). I suppose being in the old town area (north of bridge) would be nice if possible.

We will be arriving/leaving by train so walking distance to the train station might be nice. But we're used to walking a lot so it doesn't have to be directly by the train station.

Any recommendations?

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