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Reasonable apartment for the price but on 4th floor and no lift.
Helpful staff at scheck in (Whyteleaf Hotel)
Clean and basic. Close to Hyde Park, Queensway and Bayswater tube stations.
Lots of bars and restaurants close by
Just returned from a weekend trip at the Hyde Economy Apartments, with my partner. Tina greeted us at reception and was really helpful, she was an absolute angel. The room was clean and spacious, especially as we wasn't expecting the best as we got such...More
Firstly the location is great. The proximity to The Tube, Hyde Park, supermarkets and every type of cafe/restaurant is superb. However if you value a good night's sleep, don't stay here. I have given 2 stars because of the locality and cost, but the accommodation...More
We rented a studio for 2 days. The kitchen was well furnished and everything worked. The whole building, the walls, stairs, carpets are really old and used. But the worst for us was the noise. First from inside the room, the fridge was awfully loud,...More
This was our second trip to London and stayed at Hyde Park Economy Apartment. Room was fit for two persons. From my online booking through Booking.com, I was asking for 1st floor but given on 2nd floor which was quite tired. My son and myself...More
US$96 - US$239 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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