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Family room to sleep 5 in London?

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triplets Wed 05-Jan-05 00:46:15

Me again on my endless search for a room big enough to sleep 5 without breaking the bank! Harry`s b/day on the 17th and my trios on the 27th so instead of a party thinking about a night in London and we could do the museums, any ideas anybody. Needs to be affordable! Anybody know of any theatre ticket offers?

anteater Wed 05-Jan-05 00:52:40

We always get our family rooms on latelet or

triplets Wed 05-Jan-05 00:55:20

To sleep 5?

anteater Wed 05-Jan-05 01:02:54

just enter what you want and site works it out. We stayed in a two room suite in the Dolphin Sq hotel, Pimlico for £80 a night last year, interconnecting rooms in Cavendish for similar..
Sometimes its great, other times less good.

lou33 Wed 05-Jan-05 08:41:52

Travelodge will let you have five in a room.

unicorn Wed 05-Jan-05 09:03:53

For theatre tickets check out

marslady's thread

hope that works!

or try this

grumpyfrumpy Wed 05-Jan-05 10:43:17

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grumpyfrumpy Wed 05-Jan-05 10:44:37

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triplets Wed 05-Jan-05 20:33:12

Thanks everyone, but Travelodge have said definitely no for insurance reasons.

Slinky Wed 05-Jan-05 20:38:08

Just to confirm - Travelodge, Travel Inn and Holiday Inn Express have all refused to allow us to sleep 5 in a room.

We've always had to get 2 separate rooms - usually DH and DS, and me with the girls.

lowcalCOD Wed 05-Jan-05 20:38:44

cant you slink in?

lou33 Wed 05-Jan-05 22:28:35

how odd. Until we were six they laways allowed us to sleep five in a room. Mind you that was almost 4 years ago now.

triplets Fri 07-Jan-05 22:31:04

Still hoping for some recommendations please.

pipsqueak Wed 12-Jan-05 23:19:55

Am thinking of a London trip too. Does anyone know if three are any newspaper promotions at the moment (collect wretched tokens etc) as have spent too much at xmas and keen to minimise cost now...

grumpyfrumpy Fri 14-Jan-05 09:57:36

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pipsqueak Mon 17-Jan-05 20:45:17

thanks grumpyfrumpy . I'll give it a whirl. Great name btw....

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