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Inexpensive apartment for 4 nights in London

Old Sep 23rd, 2004, 08:13 PM
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Inexpensive apartment for 4 nights in London

Hello,
I am looking for an inexpensive apartment with 2 bedrooms in London. We plan to visit London in early to mid June of 2005.

We would like something clean and well located.
We would like to find something for $220 a night or less, if possible.

Any recommendations? Thank you!
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Old Sep 24th, 2004, 01:59 AM
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Try The Morgan Hotel in Bloomsbury. They have great reviews here and on Trip Advisor. I hear they have single rooms up to apartment style rooms at reasonable prices.
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Old Sep 24th, 2004, 03:37 AM
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Hi Laurie!!!

Try this site for a nice variety of apartments in 3 different price ranges...
London Serviced Apartments...
http://www.londonservicedapartments.co.uk/

I'm sure you'll find something in the price range you're looking for!

We're staying in one of there economy priced places...The Mansions, Earl's Court...2 bedroom, 2 bath! My Mom has stayed there once before and loved the place!

Good luck!!!
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We have stayed at Scala House 3 times and found it very convenient (remember London is a large city, you will never be convenient to all the sights,but the tube will take you there very quickly). Apts at Scala House have 2 bedrooms, altho the second bedroom is quite small. The apts are good sized and have complete kitchens and one full bath and a cloakroom (toilet and small sink). The Goodge St. tube stop is right around the corner as are grocery stores, drug stores, etc. Check out their website. While these apts are not the Ritz they are quite comfortable and the owner and his staff are great people.
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Hi Laurie,
Here is a list of apartments that someone recently posted,
scala-house.co.uk
allenhouse.co.uk
2hydeparksquare.com
51-buckinghamgate.com
english-manner.co.uk
paramountrentals.com
citadines.co.uk
the-ascott.com
I've only stayed at the Somerset Queen's Gate Gardens run by the Ascott and we were very pleased so I can't comment on the rest.Hope this helps.
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We have been in these apartments www.apartment2book.com they are lovely and cheap there are refurbished rooms and many facilitie. They are near Marble arch.
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Old Sep 24th, 2004, 11:41 AM
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Thank you so much for your suggestions! I will look into these apartments.
I appreciate having feedback from people with experience.
Thanks again! Laurie
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