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2 nights in London-Need help choosing

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I will be in London for 2 nights flying in and out of Heathrow. My flight out of Heathrow is around 2pm on a Tuesday. I was trying to find hotels with easy access to Heathrow and Central London within a budget of $275USD. Are any of these 6 worth staying in? They looked accessible to the tube stations and were on average 30 min away from Heathrow.

1) London Premier Notting Hill

2) BW Shaftesbury Paddington Court

3) Hyde Park Premier London Paddington

4) Metropolis London Hyde Park

5) London Premier Kensington

6) Hotel Henry VIII

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