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London 5 days in early August - Hotel Advice

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Hello. I'd like some advice on Hotel locations or B&B for a family trip to London in early August. Thank you in advance to anyone who replies. It is appreciated! Here are some things we would be interested in, if it will help.

1. A moderate or higher hotel. We would prefer moderate, but are keeping our options open for a higher priced location if all of the factors work in it's favor. This will likely be our only trip to London, so we want to make it memorable.

2. We'll be pretty active, so we want a location close to public transportation. Some of the things we plan on doing outside of the city are Harry Potter WB Studio Tour and possibly Cambridge or Oxford. Otherwise we'll be doing all sites in the city. Walking tours, museums, etc.

3. We would like air conditioning at night.

4. We would love a place to run/exercise safely - I've heard Hyde park is a good place to be near, if so, any specific recommendations?

5. We would also be open to a smaller/quainter B&B type places. It's a family of four w/teens, so we either need two beds or two rooms. This has always been tough with B/B because there is usually one bed per room.

Again, thank you! Once I have the hotel set I'll probably be coming back for advice on things to do. But for now, I'd like to try to get some reservations. Much appreciated!

Rosebud.

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