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riddles

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Hi a family of four, two adults two teenagers. We are going to London. We have booked interconnected rooms in a premiere inn Blackfriars.

We were considering an Airbnb but so many have no reviews not sure about it. Would anyone have a personal Airbnb recommendation for there? We are heading for a 6 night stay and are sightseeing so we’re looking at central accommodation.

Thanks,
R
 

UpTipp

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Hi a family of four, two adults two teenagers. We are going to London. We have booked interconnected rooms in a premiere inn Blackfriars.

We were considering an Airbnb but so many have no reviews not sure about it. Would anyone have a personal Airbnb recommendation for there? We are heading for a 6 night stay and are sightseeing so we’re looking at central accommodation.

Thanks,
R
I agree with previous posts. You cannot beat Premier Inn. We always stay in Premier Inn Hackney. It's right beside Dalston Junction Tube Station and is usually a bit cheaper than the other Premier Inns. Tube to central London takes 30 minutes and there are lots of restaurants in the vicinity of the hotel.
 

Peanuts20

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A lot of the Air bnbs in Central London tend to be in places like Soho and Chinatown. Great if you are out every night til the wee hours, but if you are not then those areas can be quite noisy until the early hours of the morning. Very little where you are staying as it is on the edge of the City and the hotels tend to be quite good and reasonably priced at the weekend since they cater for business travellers.
 
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