Rooms for 4

Jan 13th, 2000, 11:55 AM
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Rooms for 4

We're travelling to Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland, and Paris in mid-March. What is our best bet in finding rooms (economical) for 4; 2 adults, 2 children (9 & 13)?

Jan 13th, 2000, 12:41 PM
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I think that can help you with Austrian hotels.
Jan 13th, 2000, 01:11 PM
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Here's a great source if you want to stay at least a few days in each place and make daytrips to nearby places:

This site lists very economical vacation apartments for rent, mostly in the quieter places where Europeans like to vacation. Many of the places are near bigger places like Munich; Diessen is one such place -- a very small town on the Ammersee lake just a boat-ride away from Herrsching and nearby Andechs Monastery, with its famous brewery and restaurant, and a short drive from Munich by car. Here's a place that rents for about $50 per night, with 2 bedrooms and everything you'd need for several days' stay (these apartment rentals are GREAT for kids and families.)

Hope this helps.

Jan 15th, 2000, 06:28 PM
Pat Klontz
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My family of four stayed at Hotel Famille in Paris last May and found the accommodations both economical and satisfactory in other ways as well. It has a web site and is listed in several Paris guides (including Fodor's).
Jan 21st, 2000, 08:45 PM
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Hi !!
We travelled as a family of 4(kids 8 &11)in Europe from April - June '99 and didn't have any problems with Family Rooms although they were uasually small(as expected). Most travel guides give the maximum number of people in a room, so we only rang those hotels.We would try to book a country ahead, sometimes even ringing from the train as we travelled or even when we arrived in a new city. Tourist offices were also helpful.

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