London Hotel

Old Apr 24th, 2002, 04:06 PM
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London Hotel

Im travelling to London with my two sons ages 16 and 11 in August of 2002. We are looking for a convenient hotel at a reasonable price. I have a few choices and any others anyone can recommend. Travel Inn, Harrington Hall has a great deal, Paddington Best western and the Forte Post Kensington Any other suggestions? Thank you
Old Apr 24th, 2002, 04:12 PM
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Harrington Hall is in a great area.The tube station is just about a block away,there are so many shops and take out places,good small restaurants,the V&A is nearby,Harrod,the boys will want to shop
It is a nice neighborhood, well to do people live there, so quite safe all the time,we rented a flat right around the corner, and a neighbor is a flight attendant and she stays at Harrington a lot.
Old Apr 24th, 2002, 05:55 PM
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I'm not familiar with any of those hotels, but we stayed in Paddington a couple of years ago. While it was not as nice as other parts of town, it sure was conveniently located to Paddington Station and the Tube and the hotel we stayed in (Dolphin Hotel and next door Shakespeare Hotel) made for a comfortable stay. I saw the Best Western and it looked OK.
Old Apr 25th, 2002, 02:40 AM
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Harrington Hall as Kate said is in a excellent location, easy access to tube and walking distance to major museums and Harrods. Friends stayed at Post Kensington and their room (a deluxe) was still so small they moved afer 1 day. Error on their TA's part, they wanted kensington Moat house not Post House! By the way Kensington Moat house is in same area as H Hall and had nice large rooms the last time we stayed there.
Old Apr 25th, 2002, 03:38 AM
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Questions concerning Harrington Hall are on this site frequently, and I always feel compelled to put in my two bits. We stayed there last June and could not have been more pleased. We would definitely make a point to stay there again. The rooms were large with a king bed, marble bathroom, minibar, iron and ironing board, hair dryer. My sister and her family of four had a suite and a roll away was provided at no charge, upon request. The staff was very courteous and knowledgeable. The continental breakfast was the best I have had in three trips to England. On the other two trips, we stayed across the street from HH at the Millinium Gloucester, which was nice, but not as nice as HH, and at the Thistle Marble Arch, which is no where near the hotel that HH is. Our cabbie told us that HH was the best of the three in which we had stayed, and he was right!
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