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Pelham, Grange Beauchamp, iIme Tree

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Three of us - my Mother, Sister and I, will be in London for seven days the last week in September and I can't make a decision on the hotel/area. I've narrowed it down to Bloomsbury (less expensive but still near transportatin) or Kensington (more central?, more expensive). This is our first trip to London and while I'm ok with skipping some things my sister is definatley the typical tourist that needs to see it all in case she never gets back there, so being pretty mobile is key. Also, we need a room for three, which is not that easy I'm finding. I have read the forums extensively and decided on three hotels (in order of price) Pelham, Grange Beauchamp and Lime Tree (B&B). My question is - is Pelham that much nicer for the price? Both GB and LT include breakfast as well, which is nice. I know it's a matter of personal preference, just looking to see if anyone has stayed at these three and thoughts on if you'd stay again?

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