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Hotels by Gloucester Road tube stop

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We will be visiting London in early May for six nights and for sentimental and other reasons we would like to stay near the Gloucester Road tube station. I stayed at the Millennium Gloucester a few years ago and thought it was fine for our needs but didn't have a lot of character. This time I have also looked at the Millennium Baileys and the Radisson Blu Edwardian Vanderbilt as alternatives. I have researched the usual discount sites and it appears that the Millennium Gloucester runs 824 pounds for six nights (137 pounds per night), the Radisson Blu is 909 pounds (152 per night), and the Millennium Baileys is 946 pounds (157 per night). I am leaning toward the Radisson and would appreciate any thoughts on these hotels or perhaps others in this area and price range that I may have overlooked. Thanks.

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