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Corus Hotel Hyde Park London
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Reviewed July 6, 2008

Just returned from a 2 night stay at Corus Hyde Park Hotel, London. Booked this hotel after much research on Trip Advisor and it didnt disappoint. The hotel is in a great location beside Hyde Park and less that 2 mins from Lancaster Gate tube station. It is ideal for visiting the main London attractions. The lobby and bedroom were spotless, double room was small but well equipped and adequate for a short stay. Had the continental breakfast one morning which was par for the course - english breakfast pricey. Overall my view of Corus Hyde Park is very positive and would have no hesitation in returning.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank PatCookstown
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Reviewed July 2, 2008

I stayed at the Corus Hyde Park for 3 nights with a friend. We are 2 girls traveling together, and felt completely safe at the hotel. We had two twin beds with a small nighstand to seperate the beds. Of course the room was a tad small, and the bathroom was tiny, but, this is Europe - much different than US standards. We absolutely loved the location, and the staff were super friendly! The tube is just a few blocks away, and the "Swan" pub is right around the corner - GREAT location!
We loved London, and loved our stay at the Corus - would recommend for anyone looking for a good deal in a great, safe location!

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled with friends
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Thank yankeerobin
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Reviewed June 24, 2008

Stayed here for 1 night on 21st June 2008, was part of a group of 9 on a Hen night.

I stayed in a twin room with another girl, the room was tiny, smaller than most "Travelodge" style rooms and the bathroom was even smaller, was not comfortable for the 2 of us trying to get ready for a night out.

The location of the hotel is pretty good, along the Bayswater Road, directly opposite Hyde Park and a very short walk from Lancaster Gate tube or a 10-15minute walk from Queensway.
Black cabs seemed to pass the hotel frequently and a cab into the Covent Garden area on a Saturday evening cost us about £15

The common areas of the hotel were clean and well presented and the staff were very friendly and couldnt do enough to help (Which included the concierge man giving his pizza to 4 very drunken girls..us.. at 4am haha). The bar stayed open until about 3am, after which you could order drinks from the concierge... as with any hotel, the drinks were expensive.

The breakfast was pretty standard, nothing to write home about but if its included in your rate then you may aswell have it. Breakfast is served until 10.30am and check out is 11am.

If I had to would I stay here again...... possibly, I personally think it was quite expensive, £120 for a double and £140 for a triple... having said that the triple rooms were VERY large and worth the extra £20 for sure, the 9 of us all ended up getting ready in the triple room and having drinks there before we headed out.

My 3 main complaints and warnings about the hotel would be...

1 - The rooms are VERY hot, you can open a small window but they are very stiff and would need 2 people to open them.

2 - The bath is built over some kind of ledge and there are signs warning you to watch your head, needless to stay you dont think of that when you step into the shower and 5 out of 9 of us had very sore heads where we had hit them on the ledge. The bath/shower is also very small and not that comfortable.

3 - The hotel is on a road that is classed as a "Business Permit" road from 8.30am - 8.30pm and there is no drop off bay so be very careful, my boyfriend dropped me off, helped me up the stairs with my bag, was literally 2-3 minutes and was greeted with a whopping great £60 car parking ticket!!

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled with friends
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Thank belindacoles
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Reviewed June 20, 2008

I stayed at the Corus Hyde Park for 1 night on a business trip. I was in a single room on the 9th floor. The room was tiny, but it was well laid out and there was a fair bit of floor space considering the size. The desk was ample size. There was not much storage space although it was fine for one night. The bathroom was also small but for one person it was adequate. If there were two people in the room then it would be way too small but then it was only a single.

Breakfast was OK, I was there at 7am and it had not all all been put out yet but was definitely fresh!

The staff were very helpful and the whole place seemed very clean.

I thought the location was good for Oxford street, it's a 10/15 minute walk away along the side of Hyde Park. Very close to Lancaster Gate tube station.

I'd have no problems with staying there again.

  • Stayed: May 2008, travelled on business
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Thank zippy10k
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Reviewed June 7, 2008

I had stayed at this hotel a couple of years ago, and had to go to London on business again, so thought I'd see if it had changed.

The hotel is very conveniently situated a couple of hundred yards from Lancaster Gate tube (Central line) which has excellent connections to central London. If there are any problems on the Central line, there is another tube station about five minutes walk away. There is a good pub next door (which serves decent food), and also a corner shop that stocks most essentials.

A good point is the friendly Hotel Concièrge, who will hail taxis and provide useful local information. All the staff are extremely pleasant (although I didn't meet one who was British) and helpful. There was no problem with check-in or -out, both of which were speedy and efficient.

The rooms are small, but well thought-out. I had an ironing board (with integral iron), portable fan (the rooms are warm, but are all having air-conditioning installed by this August), and a good flat-screen TV. The window could be opened, but only with a struggle. Another feature that I appreciated (and was surprised to find in a hotel of this quality) was a refreshment tray. This had kettle, teas/coffee/biscuits etc. The bed was comfy, and the blackout from shutters, rather than curtains, was surprisingly effective. There was the usual gripe about soundproofing between rooms not being very good, and there was no lock on the bathroom door, but that was about all for the accommodation.

It is possible to book either continental or full English breakfast (the difference is about £10), but I didn't feel the quality of the full English would warrant paying this if I stay there again, although there was more than enough of everything.

The Lobby is spacious and attractive, with several alcoves to sit and read in, and the bar prices were on a par with the pub next door (or vice versa). Directly across from the hotel are Kensington Gardens/Hyde Park which is great for a stroll.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled on business
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