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Hotel in London ... Heathrow airport hotel or not?

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We have an overnight in London, arriving around noon and I want to let the kids I'm traveling with (5) to see a little bit of the city. My plans were to stay by the airport to make things easier. Now .. the more I read, I'm thinking to heading into London might make things a little easier. With six of us to get to the hotel from the airport at five pounds each, we're already in it for 30 pounds each way just to get back and forth to the hotel. But if we need to travel back to Heathrow the next morning (flight around 11:00 a.m.) by taxi ... we will need to take two taxis, correct? Last time I went to London I was single. With fix teenagers/young adults, cost needs to be taken into consideration. Do you have any suggestions what might be best?

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