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Need help with hotel in London!

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We are a family of seven, four adults, three children under 7 years searching for an hotel in South Kensington, possibly Knightsbridge, maybe Mayfair, for a week at the end of May. Room configuration: a two bedroom suite, with or without living room between and a separate double room that can accommodate a rollaway.

Some nights two older boys will sleep in the second bedroom of the suite with babysitter (with rollaway) and baby sleeps each night with parents in a cot, grandmother in separate double room. However, a few of the nights the two older boys will be sleeping in with grandmother to give babysitter time off or when grandmother does not have evening plans. Sheesh, this sounds so complicated. Hope it makes sense.

Last year we were fortunate to stay at The Berkeley when they were offering a "Suite Deal" which was two double adjoining rooms with the second room at half price. With grandmother's separate double room and rollaway, the cost came in at US $1,500 per night. Needless to say, we are spoiled by staying in the posh hotel and very desirable neighborhood. We've researched apartments and town homes but prefer the services of a hotel. We'd like to stay in this same dollar range if possible.

Any suggestions for a hotel which would meet our requirements, not necessarily as posh as The Berkeley, maybe a few notches down? Appreciate any and all input.

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