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I normally don't spin my wheels so much when it comes to hotels...:but since we need 2 rooms for 9 nights, it's a pretty big commitment. Our kids and 17 and 14.

The issue is everything is important to us...location, budget, and 4 or 5 star stay.

On location - we want to be able to walk to a few things as well as be close to the Tube. 17 years ago we started somewhere in Charring Cross and loved the area, but no idea where we stayed. Our budget would be at or below $300 usd per room per night. Also on location....we would like to be able to walk to cafes or a market to grab breakfast some mornings and for nights we are tired somewhere easy to get some dinner that isn't touristy yuck.

I have been looking at mayfair/ soho area and I'm wondering if there are other neighborhoods to check out that would meet our needs.

Been looking at the Sheraton Park Lane as they have some promos, it was recently renovated, and we r SPG gold.
It gets mixed feedback. How is this location? I've read very quiet and sleepy, true?

Any other favorite hotels? Any hotels that have great perks for Hilton, SPG, or Marriott Gold?


Thanks in advance!!

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