London Hotels reasonable located

Old Mar 16th, 2015, 05:58 PM
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London Hotels reasonable located

We'll be in London 3 days and we would be well located close to restaurants, bars, shopping etc .. and not some fancy but comfortable hotel.reasonably well located
. They suggested this:
Ibis London Earls Court
Premier Inn Aldgate
Holiday Inn Kings Cross
Someone can give us a reference or suggest any. Our budget would be in 175/200 per night.
We know that London is not cheap...
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Old Mar 16th, 2015, 06:07 PM
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175 or 200 what? £, $?

How many of you?

ANYwhere in central London will be close to restaurants, pubs, shopping, and tube stations/bus routes.

None of those are in 'bad' locations, but I personally would want to be more central..
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Old Mar 16th, 2015, 08:50 PM
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Hi Janisj
Thanks for answering. I spoke to about 200 US dollars but if there is anything you can suggest it worth I could make the effort to spend some more. And of the three mentioned there is one that is more convenient than the others two ? Perhaps the Kings Cross?
Again ... thank you very much
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Hi Pamlover, a budget in dollars is not really helpful - I don't keep up with the exchange rates.

But La Suite West, in W2, is an amazing hotel at amazing prices, sometimes as low as 112 pounds/night. Much better location than either Kings Cross or Earls Court.
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Don't like any of your three locations. Don't love Bayswater either because you're going to be on the Tube a lot more from there than you would from Kings X when touring. Tulips assumes you know WTH "w2" means, but a google check shows the location.

Go to Londontown.com and check its interactive hotel map for your dates. It may list in GBP, so just add 50% to the number and you have your dollar figure.

Who the heck is "they" who made the hotel suggestions?
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Londontown is good, or booking.com (which will list in $)

I'd look in these areas for budget accommodation that are in convenient neighborhoods:

South Kensington (not Kensington), Victoria, and Russell Square/Bloomsbury. There are TONS of other good areas but these three do have a fair number of reasonably priced hotels and really good transport connections.
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