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challenge to find a London hotel with two beds in one room.

Yikes, I have been on the internet for quite a number of hours searching for London hotels, hopefully near Trafalgar square that have 2 beds in one room. My daughter and I would like to be in the same room, with each of us having our own bed.
Any suggestions, please. Or is it time for another glass of wine.

I will very much appreciate any advice.

Posted by
9436 posts

Have you tried using Booking.com and using their filters? It’s how i find hotels.

Many people on this forum recommend Premier Inns, there are many in London.

I can recommend The Garden Court Hotel…

https://www.gardencourthotel.co.uk/

Posted by
586 posts

What you are looking for is described as a Twin Room rather than a Double Room.

Rooms with two double beds are not that usual but very many hotels will offer Twin Rooms, which have two single beds.

I know that Americans call a single bed a “twin” bed so I wonder if you assumed that a twin room just has one small bed.

If you go to a site such as booking.com and search for two adults. When you look at a hotel, go down to “select a room” and very many of them will offer a choice between double and twin rooms. Look at the pictures of twin rooms and you’ll see two beds (hence twin).

Posted by
15721 posts

There are plenty of hotels in London with two beds in some of their rooms. Where are you looking?

If you are looking for a B & B, or an older English hotel, then two larger beds may be difficult. But almost any American hotel chain hotel will have a room with two queen beds.

I went to Booking.com, put in some arbitrary dates, and filtered to two beds. It came up wit 471 hotels. You can add more filters to fine tune even more.

Posted by
886 posts

I often use Booking and its filters as my first step. After locating the hotel, I then search the hotel's website for a room, because the direct rate is often less expensive, or they may offer extra perks for a direct booking.

Posted by
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If you book a twin room at most Premier Inns, you get a room with one large bed (looks like a queen to me) and a day bed made up as a single bed to sleep on. I've slept on those day beds in multiple Premier Inns, and they are comfortable--not at all like a sleep sofa. They are not as over-the-top cushy as the large beds, though.

Posted by
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Or you get two small rooms with a door that opens between them

Posted by
248 posts

Try Lancaster Hall. It is a very nice hotel and all the rooms have twin beds. It is just north of Hyde Park. We always stay there when in London. Reasonable price too.