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London Hotel for 1 adult with a 13- and 14-year olds in Kensington area

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I am looking for a hotel in London, preferably in the Kensington area, that can accommodate an adult with two children (ages 13 & 14--best friends) in one room. I am open to other areas if there are great suggestions. I'm mostly concerned with convenient location, near a tube station with good restaurants and shopping nearby. I am trying to stick to $250/night max, but can increase if needed.

Right now I'm looking at the Rembrandt Hotel and Harrington Court Apartments, both near the South Kensington Tube -- the hotel has the advantage of breakfast and a helpful front desk to make reservations, etc., but the apartment will give us more space and perhaps I can save some money by doing a few breakfasts (or lunch) in house. With two giggly girls, perhaps the space is more important.

If anyone has other hotel suggestions, comments on either the Rembrandt or Harrington Court (which I found on an earlier Fodors Forum -- thanks!!!) or other convenient, fun areas of the City you think I should consider, I would be most appreciative. I will happily provide a review of our trip (Oxford, London, Cardiff and our splurge at Cliveden House!) on our return.

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