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Hotel Room Family Four in London Non-Smoking and Air Condition

Hello:

I am trying to find any 3 star hotel or hotel chains in London that have non-smoking rooms for a family of four. I would need a room with 4 single beds or 1 double and 2 twin beds. I have 2 tall teenagers. Also would like a room with air condition and that is close to a metro station so we can commute to all tourist places. Any suggestions would be great.

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714 posts

Where in London? Central, West End, City, outskirts? Its a huge city so to be more specific would help. Air conditioning is standard in most hotels in the UK because all the newer ones have sealed windows. There are all the usual chains - Holiday Inn, Best Western, Hilton, Marriott etc. One chain I quite like is Premiere Inns. Also heard good things about Jury Inns. Best bet is to google the various chains' websites.

Posted by
31 posts

The desired bed configuration seems a little non-standard, but getting close to a tune stop isn't hard. They have lots of those in London.

Posted by
1829 posts

How old are your teens? Many hotel chains treat 16 years and above as adults for room occupation purposes. Room sizes, in general, are a lot smaller than you may be used to so, with 2 tall teenagers, consider a serviced aparthotel to spread the load. Will also give you the opp to eat in some times and save money. AFAIK there are very few smoking rooms left in hotels these days. Air conditioning is not always available especially at the lower cost end or in older buildings but, apart from the occasional heatwave, we rarely need it. In our house open windows and a fan in the bedroom usually suffice!

Here is a comprehensive list from a frequent US traveller to London. He is a regular poster on Tripadvisor's London Forum

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tflxtmT9F4otJhKREnpmbEbp7_kmbYReJlzhpZ6AFig/edit?pli=1

Posted by
964 posts

You might have more luck if you look for 2 room with a door between them.
If you're going to be in London during university beak times, some of the colleges offer rooms. Imperial college London is one such.

Posted by
1399 posts

We stayed at the Premier Inn in Kensington with our 2 granddaughters in June. Whereas we got two rooms, I'm told they have family rooms. Premier Inn is non-smoking and had air conditioning. It was one block to a tube station.