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Travelling back from Devon, we decided to stay in London for a day and spent the night in this hotel.
Newly refurbished and pleasant enough with well kitted rooms but the mattresses were very uncomfortable. Spent the night awake as unable to sleep on the...More
I stayed at The Hyde Park hotel form Friday morning till Monday evening, and I really enjoyed my stay! Like other people wrote in their reviews, the room was a bit small, but that didn't bother me at all. I didn't expect a huge room...More
My boyfriend and i stayed in London for his birthday, at first we found it very hard to find the hotel but as we stayed there we found it easier to locate places. The pros was that there is a little kitchen space, when i...More
Ok, the hotel was very clear. The maid was making our room every day....But the rooms were indeed very very small !! You could hardly move inside the room that is why we wanted ta spent every hour outside the room- eventhough we were very...More
Hotel is short walk from Bayswater underground-improving area with good shops and numerous places to eat and drink. All the main chains are here and a lot of arab and thai establishments, which looked nice. Also some nice looking pubs-an improving area it appeared. Took...More
$79 - $221 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were told there was parking available when we contacted them in advance, but when we arrived we were informed that it was for staff only and there was no space for guests. I would aim to make other arrangements if I were... More
We were told there was parking available when we contacted them in advance, but when we arrived we were informed that it was for staff only and there was no space for guests. I would aim to make other arrangements if I were you.