There are so many opportunities to spend some family time in London throughout the year. Apart from the several school holidays, there’s also every weekend – including the bank holiday ones.
However, not every family is able to or wants to squeeze into a single room.
You might have teenagers, or just not fancy sharing a bedroom with the kids. At the same time, you might feel uncomfortable having them in a completely separate room or even halfway across the hotel. Interconnecting rooms are the answer and several hotels in London offer them. Check out three of the best below…
The Rubens at the Palace
If you want your family hotel to have boutique style and not bland chain decor, The Rubens at the Palace could be perfect for you.
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This Red Carnation Collection property has some flexible options for your family, even if you’re travelling in quite a large group. The hotel has 10 interconnecting rooms, as well as Family Wing options to accommodate up to 11 people. So why not get the family together for a reunion?
The hotel also has fantastic family services to look after everyone from babies to parents. The kids can even try out a Rubens Pastry Experience, watching the pastry chef and work and decorating a cupcake of their own.
Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
The Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill has connecting rooms for your convenience and comfort too.
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They can also provide cots for the tiny ones, and there’s a babysitting service on hand too. Children under 12 get a discount of 50%, and younger ones get a Kid’s Bag with a colouring book and crayons. You can order from the children’s menu for room service too. Plus, the hotel’s in a great location for catching some family theatre.
The Cumberland Hotel
If you want to be almost certain you’ll bag connecting rooms, you might prefer to head to The Cumberland Hotel.
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They have an impressive 40 connecting rooms, so you don’t have to worry about missing out. And even if you do, there are plenty more connecting rooms at sister hotel The Tower Hotel, and a handful more at The Royal Horseguards. The Cumberland also has 27 family rooms with two double beds and provides kid’s packs with colouring books and crayons.
So if you want to book connecting rooms in a London hotel, you can easily find one that suits you. Look for a hotel with family services and generous space to ensure that you all have a good time!
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Photo credits: The Rubens at the Palace, Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, The Cumberland Hotel.