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Question on London hotel location

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In mid-September my wife and I are heading to London. We've never been there, and we're unsure about hotel locations, though I've scanned a number of threads to get a better idea. I can get a room at a Doubletree - Tower of London, located near the Tower Hill tube station, and supposedly "on the site of the Crutched Friars Monastery, Samuel Pepys House, and the 18th Century Naval College". It's on Pepys Street. By the hotel's website, it looks like it was re-flagged to Doubletree recently. Since my son works for Hilton, I can get a king room there for 97 or 113 pounds ($160-$180) depending on the nights I choose.

Is this a good location, and would it make a good back-up for Priceline bids later on?

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