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Christmas in London with children

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Hello! We'll be in London Dec. 23 - Dec. 29 with two children, ages 8 and 10. I realize the London will be quiet at that time, but that will be a nice respite after eight nights in Paris and before four nights in Dublin. I'm getting overwhelmed with hotel options and hoping all y'all can help.

I'd like to be located in a good location that will be conducive to walking to restaurants and interesting outdoor sites as I know that there is no public transit on Dec. 25 and limited transit on Dec. 26. I know that it will be expensive - something in the range of £200 - £250 per night in a quad or two doubles ( or any configuration that will keep the kids adjoining) would be lovely. Any suggestions for areas in the city to focus on given my wish list? Would consider increasing budget to £300 per night, but it would need to be pretty spectacular. :)

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