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Help Me End the London Lodging Headache - which would you choose?

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We are 2 adults/2 kids (8 and 11) in London in June for 7 nights. Budget is 200 pounds a night. Would have loved South Kensington or Belgravia (Lime Tree Hotel is booked) that's not happening on our budget. Priority is easy access to tube (5-10 minute walk) not more than 15 -20 minutes on the tube to central sights - plan to take in major tourist sights. Shopping is not a priority but a walkable area with restaurants is. We are arriving/departing from Heathrow.

Also is ground floor one level below street level?

Which would you choose for location? All are about the same price. There were also choices in Hammersmith and Camden but I thought these were better choices based on location?
-Premier Inn County Hall
-Flat in NW1. 5 min from Euston tube. 2 min from Warren St Tube.
http://www.housetrip.com/en/rentals/55665
-Flat Ladbroke CHT (desc mentions Notting Hill but this is not NH is it?) 5 min walk to Ladbroke Grove tube.
http://www.housetrip.com/en/rentals/230369
-Flat. Bloomsbury Zone 1. Euston tube - 3 min walk btwn st pancreas and russell square
http://www.housetrip.com/en/rentals/61208
-West Kensington.59 Fairholme Rd. Barons Court. 2 min to Baron's Court tube
http://www.housetrip.com/en/rentals/87807

Thank you. Open to other suggestions as well.

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