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Affordable hotels for family, in or near London

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Hello and thanks for reading this. Husband and I, plus two teenaged daughters, are trying to find an affordable hotel room in or near London for four nights in September.

Do English hotels have bedroom suites with one king bed and two double beds? Or do they have adjoining rooms? It's tough to tell from the information online.

I can't find anything for less than $400 per night, per room. I even checked into hostels which would run $200 to $300 per night for the four of us (ouch!).

We're pretty basic people ... when we travel in the U.S. we stay at hostels or state parks and are quite comfortable with that. I know England is a pricey place to stay, but what "suburb" options exist?

Our London destinations are pretty typical:
- Parliament, Big Ben, London Eye
- Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Crown Jewels, Beafeater Tour
- Royal Mews, Kensington Garden
- day trip to Stonehenge

Suggestions welcome ... thank you!

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