Family-Friendly Hotels in London

 Besides its attractions for adults, London also has a lot to offer to kids by way of fun, educational activities and entertainment. As such, it is a great place to visit along with your family and if you are planning to do so, it is essential that you make proper arrangements for your family stay for which a few suggestions are being offered below:

The best places for accommodation if you are travelling with your family are South Kensington as it is close to Hyde Park and kid-friendly museums; Marylebone which is a friendly neighbourhood located in the heart of the city; and Bloomsbury which has tree-lined streets and the British Museum. In general, you should choose a neighbourhood that is close to a tube station and is preferably located in or around central London as most of the attractions of the city are located here.

London is basically an expensive place and as such you should look for attractive deals that will bring down your accommodation cost. You can find attractive hotel deals on Hotelscombined.com/London. There are many family-friendly restaurants that offer kids’ special menus but among these the recommended ones are Wagamama for Japanese cuisine and other dishes such as noodles served in a fun environment; Golden Hind offering delicious fish n’ chips; Bella Italia that serves pizza, pasta and gelato to make the kids happy; Giraffe which offers kids-friendly food and vibe; Rain Forest Cafe which is a kids’ friendly restaurant near Piccadilly Circus; Masala Zone that serves family-friendly Indian food; Spaghetti House offering kids’ menu having 2 courses for £5 or 3 courses for £7.50; and Byron which is a burger joint with a good kids menu. For making your movements in the city more affordable, it is essential that you buy an Oyster Card for the tube and bus which will not only prove to be a cheaper option but will also save you the trouble of standing in long queues for buying tickets. As you cannot find many suitable kids’ friendly places to stay, you should book one as soon as you get it.

South London

South London has plenty of green spaces and green grocers and it is close to most tourist attractions and as such the best luxury hotels for families that are also family-friendly are also located here. The main family-friendly hotels include The Berkeley in Knightsbridge which has a rooftop pool and is near Hyde Park, Harrods and Yo Sushi located at the top of Harvey Nichols; Knightsbridge Hotel located on a quiet square, just a few minutes’ walk from Brompton Road, Hyde Park and Beauchamp Place and close to Pizza Express; The Milestone Hotel in Kensington which is close to Hyde Park and the Natural History Museum and has a subterranean, small pool which is ideal for swim on a hot, summer day and The Baglioni Hotel opposite Kensington Palace and close to Princess Diana Playground, Buckingham Palace and the Science Museum as also the mega Whole Foods on Kensington High Street.

For staying in London along with your family at an affordable cost it would be best to look for Family Package London that are offered by many hotel chains such as the Montcalm Group hotels.

Central London

Central London also offers many family-friendly hotels such as The Arch in Marylebone which is an affordable and an ideal boutique hotel close to the shops of Bond and Regent Streets and the London Zoo in Regents Park; The Athanaeum in Piccadilly which is a family-owned hotel located between Hyde Park and Green Park and is known for its family-friendly atmosphere that includes special kids’ concierge and nannies and offering kids’ favourite drinks in the rooms along with organic baby food, Baby Einstein DVDs and disposable diapers; Four Seasons London at Park Lane which is an ideal kids’ friendly hotel close to Hyde Park that offers playgrounds, ponds and paddle boats as also Winter Wonderland; and The Corinthia at Charing Cross located near Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden and close to the Tower of London and the London Eye and offering spacious sitting rooms in River suites that provide spectacular views of The Thames and four restaurants.

North London

The main kids’ friendly hotels in North London include London Marriot Hotel Maida Vale that is ideally located close to the shops and restaurants of this North London area and the nearby Little Venice and Lord’s Cricket Grounds; and St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London that offers great family accommodation with high ceilings, spacious rooms, free Wi-Fi, subterranean swimming pool and modern comforts and located close to St Pancras Station.

The more affordable options include MyHotel Chelsea strategically placed near Chelsea Green offering delicious breakfast spread and close proximity to kids’ friendly restaurants and St Luke’s playground; The Sloane Square Hotel in Chelsea that offers family rooms for four people and is situated close to Peter Jones department store, King’s Road and the Duke of York’s Square; and the Royal Garden Hotel located on Hyde Park offering well appointed rooms specifically designed for families with interconnecting options and a top floor Min Jiang restaurant.

The other family-friendly hotels in London include Four Seasons hotel Canary Wharf, Cheval Gloucester Park at Kensington, 51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences; The Darlington Hyde Park, Premier Inn London Country Hall, Quality Crown Hotel Hyde Park, City Marque Waterloo Serviced Apartments, Comfort Inn Victoria, Luna and Simone Hotel, Best Western Chiswick Palace & Suites and Park Grand London Hyde Park.

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