Holiday Inn Express London-Wimbledon-South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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After settling into our London flat in Brockley, we thought the best way to introduce the kids to the city was a good old fashioned game of Monopoly.
It was epic and seemed to go until about 11pm.
So many laughs and Zara managed to take all.
So the next morning we were all so excited when we found monopoly streets everywhere.
It kept the kids entertained even while on the underground. ...
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As you can see from the exterior, every room has big windows which provide a great view of the surrounding area. Look, I can see Big Ben from the huge floor to ceiling windows in my room:
I had no idea my room would be so great! The interior of the hotel is impressive and modern in style. As ...
... Then we saw some Turners and best of all, some John
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