help me to spend my money!!

Old Jun 14th, 2003, 06:48 AM
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help me to spend my money!!

At the end of this month we'll be in london for 5 days and then paris for 4 days. first time at both places... willing to pay in the range of $225 (plus tax) per night on hotel... what hotels would be the best for this money?? in london somebody who knows us, highly recommended the Knightsbridge. anybody out there familiar with this hotel? and what about paris??? opinions and recommendations welcomed!!!
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Old Jun 14th, 2003, 07:17 AM
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I recommend as an aid to finding hotels in Paris.

And I recommend re-posting your question with a message header that actually asks for the info you are seeking - - you know, ask something about hotels in London and Paris?

You'll also get more helpful replies if you show that you have made at least a modicum of effort in looking over choices - - here on Fodors Rants'n'Raves or on other major websites like

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You should be able to get some of the best hotels in London for that price. If you go to there are many auctions for the best London hotels. Knightsbridge, Mayfair-Soho-Piccadilly are the best IMO. Check out auctions for the Savoy, Cranley and Parkes Hotel among others. Also priceline gets you the Le Meridien Piccadilly or the Sofitel St James (amazing) at around 160/nt. Excellent locations. But luxurylink auctions are upgraded rooms.
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Which hotel are you asking about in Knightsbridge? There are two with the name KNIGHTSBRIDGE in them-- the Knightsbridge Green Hotel and the Knightsbridge Hotel. We stayed at the Knightsbridge Green, which is typically cheaper than the Knightsbridge Hotel, but probably not nearly as nice. If you'd like further info, just post again.

Good luck!
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The poster above is correct in saying that you can stay at the best hotels. Actually, not the best as there are hotels such as the Dorchester, Lanesborough, and others that are more expensive. However, hotels like the Hilton will have rooms at about that price. Some Hilton rooms will be more expensive.
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