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London hotels with adjoining rooms

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Found 10th Oct 2007
Can anyone recommend hotels in/around central London which have adjoining rooms?

We have a couple of young children who tend to go to bed between 8 and 9 and we'd rather be able to watch a bit of telly etc than go to bed at the same time. Adjoining rooms with an interconnecting door seemed to be the answer.

Not too worried about availability as it won't be until next summer .......

Thanks in advance :thumbsup:

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Most holiday inn express hotels have adjoining doors. Phone the hotels direct and book two rooms together. I always stay in docklands HI express £69 per room per night, joining rooms available. Its on the DLR but not in the centre.

Original Poster

Thanks for the suggestion Ultimo - not too bothered about Docklands as its fairly easy to get to the centre from there.....
Cheers

We have a couple of young children who tend to go to bed between 8 and 9 … We have a couple of young children who tend to go to bed between 8 and 9 and we'd rather be able to watch a bit of telly etc than go to bed at the same time.



Don't tell the Daily Express

Marriott can book you in with adjoining rooms

great if you use Tesco Clubcard vouchers
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