Sherelle Jacobs, Sally Peck and Fiona Duncan A guide to the best family-friendly hotels in London — from budget to five-star — including the best for interconnecting rooms, spacious suites with kitchenettes, free breakfasts, children's activities, kids' menus and complimentary extras for young ones, in areas including Mayfair, Waterloo, Victoria and the Strand.
Expect sheets embroidered with princesses or pirates, and a play tent, toys and biscuits bearing the name of your child waiting in the room on arrival. The concierges across the group have been briefed to focus on a repertoire of child-friendly activities.
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Brown's Hotel Expect sheets embroidered with princesses or pirates in the rooms at Brown's. This is a suites-only hotel; all units have fully-equipped and suprisingly spacious kitchens and separate living rooms.
The complimentary Kids Taj program includes free goodie bags on arrival complete with sketchbook, crayons and a Taj 'passport' stamped by the concierge, and special child amenities in the room such as miniature slippers and robes. Young guests can also expect cookies with marshmallows and hot chocolate at bedtime.
There is even a full-sized ping pong table. Families are best off booking one of the deluxe studios or suites, which can take a fold-out bed and include small kitchenettes. Interconnecting rooms are also available.
Children under 12 stay free and their breakfast is also complimentary when they share a room with two adults. The entry-level family studios are a good budget option; they come with a kitchenette and a sofa bed that can sleep up two children. Children get a welcome pack at check-in, which features an origami animal, a yo-yo and a Sudoku book.
The Landmark London, Marylebone Guests seeking some of the biggest entry-level rooms in London need look no further. The cheapest sleeping quarters are a whopping sq ft. Expect an in-room children's pack that features bathrobes and slippers for young ones, and bottle warmers, baby bath tubs and highchairs as required.
The hotel's 'Family Escape' packages also include an indoor tent and headlamp so that children can play at camping. The funky magenta-lit swimming pool is child-friendly, with free inflatable toys on offer. Babysitting is available too. Deluxe rooms can accommodate a cot, and suites have sitting areas that can be converted to accommodate up to two extra beds. Two-bedroom suites and a townhouse with five double bedrooms are also on offer.
The superior rooms sleep two adults and a child; televisions and free access to Love Film are handy to keep young ones amused when it's relaxation time.
Think left-field suggestions such as ceramic classes in Greenwich, raceway karting in the Docklands and getting a flavour of life on board a Tudor ship. Deluxe suites can accommodate two adults and extra beds for up to two children, and interconnecting rooms are also available. The restaurant serves a playful board game-inspired afternoon tea, featuring a snakes and ladders board fashioned from chocolate mousse and cherries, and a Monopoly top hat made of orange jelly and chocolate sponge.
The hotel often runs 'second room' deals.
The hotel has a special focus on food-themed fun for children:
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