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Down to 2 hotels in London...I think

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I will be traveling to London in August with 7 adults, ages 50-82. I've been through so many threads trying to piece together the best hotel options that will meet everyone's need...approx $200/night, close to transportation, clean, safe area, 4 rooms. The two possible choices are Hyde Park Premier London Paddington and Holiday Inn Regents Park. I don't want to pick one of these just because i'm tired of researching!! Any personal experiences with either of these?

Also, looked at possibiity of staying just outside of London to get more for the buck. But, have to consider having my 82 year old mom with transportation so we don't want to go too far.

Many thanks.

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