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We stayed in the Triple Studio in Bldg 79. It was super close to Bayswater and Queensway tube station - max 5 min walk to each. It was also close to Paddington which we used a few times to take day trips via National Rail...More
Me and my girlfriend stayed at hyde park suites in early january.
We had stayed at their newest building which had a facinating design. Newly refurbished with equipted kitchen.
The apartment is serviced every week, towels are also provided.
The friendly environment is really great...More
Well, the reviews here were pretty accurate, you get what you pay for. I stayed here for 3 weeks in September in the new building at 30 Inverness Terrace. I was initially booked into flat 9, one flight up. There's no workspace or chairs in...More
Having just read thru all the different reviews I just found about Hyde Park Suites I wish to add my own as the rest of them took me a bit by surprise. I just stayed at their place and it was great! None of the...More
I was doing a course down in London for a month and didn't mind slumming it, as long as I had my own space (i.e. not a hostel but any level above that would do). This was about the cheapest 'own flat' option available that...More
US$106 - US$270 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms
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