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Family Friendly Hotels in Frankfurt & Nuremburg

We will be visiting those two cities in March/April with our daughter who will be 2 1/2. I think I asked this question a few months ago but I can't find the responses I got and clicking the links when searching for it doesn't work tonight.

Anyway, this will be new for us as she previously has slept in cribs/pack n plays. I understand I may have to ask for family rooms but I don't want rooms with bunk beds as I have seen in some pictures in the past. Can anyone recommend hotels in these two cities that would work for us? Some near the train station would be great but if not ones that would be easy to get to as we will be taking a train from Frankfurt to Nuremburg.

Thank you!

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You might want to try one of the apt. type hotels, like Adina Apts.

Other choices might be Dirazi Guesthouse or Hotel Beethoven in the West End. This is one of the prettiest neighborhoods in Frankfurt and fairly near the train station. I believe the Hotel Monopol has rooms with double and triple beds, so they might be able to fix something up for you. Hotel Alexander am Zoo is farther away, but in a lovely residential neighborhood near the Zoo. Using public transportation is pretty easy in Frankfurt. Another interesting hotel for a family would be Hotel am Berg.

Bets reminded me of Hotel Goelz and said they have really large rooms with sofa beds as well as beds. She said to ask for a room in the front or the back, but not on the side. This is also in Westend.

Check your dates though, as there are lots of trade fairs in the spring. PM me if you need more info.

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Look up Hotel Garni Prost on

It was perfect for us and our son

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I believe that I replied to your prior post. This past May, we stayed in one of the two family rooms at the Hotel Victoria hotel website in Nuremburg. The room had one double bed and one single bed. It was quite spacious, clean, comfortable, and quiet. The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, and the breakfast was excellent. The hotel is located just within the Frauentor on Konigstrasse, across from the main train station. Thus, it was very convenient for catching the subway to the Hall of Justice, the tram to the Nazi Rally Grounds, and our train to Berlin. Konigstrasse is the main drag of the Old Town, and there are a lot of great sites along the way as you walk towards the castle. From what you require, I believe that this hotel is a good match. One other detail is that they required full payment up front. I would definitely stay there again.

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Robert now I remember your previous reply, thank you for doing so again. I thought I had bookmarked what you told me but apparently I had not, never could find it. I will definitley take a look at this. Thank you again for responding. I have bookmarked and copied this page to word so I won't forget this time :)