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Adjoining rooms

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Adjoining rooms

Does anyone know of any London hotels with adjoining rooms or 2 bedroom suites?

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1. Re: Adjoining rooms

base2stay has rooms that are not only adjoining, but have a door that can be closed and locked to all but hotel staff and guests to create a mini suite. The Parkwood Hotel in Stanhope Place, near Marble Arch, also has adjoining rooms that are good for families or those who wish some privacy.

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In April I stayed with my family of five at Hilton Paddington for one night and we had connecting rooms. UK Hiltons offer a Family deal of "Buy one room, and the second one is half off for the children." My three kids were teenagers so I don't know what the cutoff age is. Good luck!

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I stayed in Kennington BnB last year and my sister and I had the first floor rooms, one was bedroom with king or twin beds and the adjoining room was lounge room which has a sofa bed. its also very close to Kennington tube station.

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Kensington House Hotel has at least one pair of adjoining/conjoined rooms, a double and a single. The single has a balcony.

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Most large chain hotels have adjoining rooms. A large percentage of the Hilton rooms I stay in do for example.

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