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London: Thoughts on Goodge Str Apt (Byng Place)?

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My brother's family is going to London July 3-8 and are looking for an apt large enough for 3 adults (50's) and 4 young adults (mid-20's). It's their first time in London, so they want to be centrally located, convenient to tube stops and safe area. Given the number of bedrooms they need, the central location they want and the relatively short notice, it's been difficult to find apts (I checked VRBO and a few others that I've used). Someone recommended Regent Suites and they're offering a "newly renovated bedroom apartment that sleeps 10" at their Goodge Street unit (#138), for $835 per night. I had recommended the Fitzrovia area and Bloomsbury is just next door, but the location of this seems to be literally, in the midst of the University. It also appears that Regent is an apartment building - does anyone have any input on this area and the building?

The mid-50's adults have all traveled internationally but the mid-20's (two girls & two boys) haven't so safety is an important consideration. They won't be doing much cooking - just breakfast and snacks so kitchen fittings aren't hugely important. Just a fridge for beer & yogurt! Thanks very much for any insights.

http://www.regentsuites.com/london/goodge_street/

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