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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
Absolutely vile place, and I'm not allowed to not give it any starts!! had a disgusting, dirty room, no hot water and I found at least 5 things health and safety related!
When we confronted the recpionist her attitude was appalling, very rude and quick...More
I would give this so called apartment zero stars(if Trip Advisor would let me) for the money paid it was a disgrace a run down disgusting place that I hope when people read this review and see the attached photos will stay well away!! I'm...More
booked this as was dirt cheap to say with friends for a work event we were going too. On arrival we were put in a massive apartment however when we went upstairs on of the beds was wet and we noticed a big hole and...More
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
US$ 78 - US$ 185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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