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uncomfortable, messy, unclean ... The bed was terrible. The toilet and the kitchen look like you'll pick up some sickness. The whole furniture looked like it would crumble. Pictures on the booking page do not have any appearance with the layout of the apartment. worst...More
The only good with this hotel was the Location. I wouldn't stay there again to be honest . The place needs immediate renovation, Reception for the guests in order not to walk to another place to get their keys, train their staff to make customer...More
We picked this place due to its close location to Bayswater/Queensway underground stations. It is also very near the bus stop which can take you straight to Marble Arch/Oxford Street (bus #7, 23, 94).
We thought that by having a kitchenette & table, it would...More
Good location, close to the tube and restaurants and supermarkets. Staff at reception ok.
The place is run down, in great need of maintenance (there came water up from the floorboards....) , poorly cleaned, not enough wc-paper, bad beds but clean linen, no sofa like...More
Hyde Park Economy Apartments
We stayed here 4 years ago and were satisfied overall. Its location with 2 railway stations within walking distance makes the area extremely attractive to visitors to London. Sainsbury and Tesco are located close to Bayswater underground and various restaurants and...More
$63 - $161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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