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What section of London to choose for two women?

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On 7/16/2019 at 5:05 PM, cpl100 said:

Also, found these hotels and wondering if anyone has experience with them (or the areas):

 

Park Grand London Kensington

The Cavendish (heart of Mayfair and Piccadilly is what they give as location)

Marriott Hotel Kensington (Kensington)

 

Thanks!

I’ve stayed at the Cavendish. It’s on Jermyn St a block or so off Piccadilly. Very convenient to Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. Easy walking to Green Park, St James’s Park and Buckingham Palace. 

We were totally safe, and centrally located. 

Mover the years we’ve  stayed at quite a few  other hotels, including the Grosvenor on Park Lane which is great but pricey, and the Tara in Kensington, used for American tour groups and usually has good rates, comfortable, and short walk to the Underground. 

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12 hours ago, jagsfan said:

I’ve stayed at the Cavendish. It’s on Jermyn St a block or so off Piccadilly. Very convenient to Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. Easy walking to Green Park, St James’s Park and Buckingham Palace. 

We were totally safe, and centrally located. 

Mover the years we’ve  stayed at quite a few  other hotels, including the Grosvenor on Park Lane which is great but pricey, and the Tara in Kensington, used for American tour groups and usually has good rates, comfortable, and short walk to the Underground. 

 

By far the best location IMHO is the cavendish despite it’s smallrooms. Close to Soho ,Covent Garden Chinatown and all the parks and palaces and many many theatres.  Also close to two major tube stations with many lines in every direction. Greatly prefer that location to Kensington. 

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Personally I like either a hotel on the south bank , Park Plaza maybe or Premier Inn hotels are quite reasonable though not luxury.   Or near the British Museum in Fitzrovia 

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