The hotel itself is pretty nice, but for every little thing that is standard at most hotels of this class (wifi and storing your bags until you need to go to the airport for an evening flight) is extra. The little tea set in the room is not replenished so when you run out of milk or tea bags, you're on your own. I know these are small things but it just seems churlish. The breakfast buffet is quite good.
Great location, very close to Bayswater tube. Reception staff friendly. Room was very noisy though.. could hear upstairs guests stomping around and every time they used the bathroom. Other than that, for convenience and cost, this hotel suited our needs
The hotel was a lovely surprise and an affordable little splurge for my sister and myself. We both needed the peace and quiet after the hectic work lives we both lead. Would love to go back there again! 10 thumbs up if we had that many thumbs between the both of us.
This hotel is one that I frequently use if available. I really like the staff and the location. They seem to "understand" it is key to make people feel good about the brand and do small things to prove it. Some free water bottles, cookies, and news journal. Wifi is free as "expected" in this age....
Very clean (it's great having rooms with wood floor instead of carpet!), great location, very new facilities and very helpful staff. It's not that easy to find all these things at reasonable price in London!
NICE SIZE ROOM - JUNIOR SUITE
HOTEL IS NEAR QUEENSWAY TUBE AND EASY TO GET A BUS INTO PICCADILLY AREA
ROOM HAD A DAMP PATCH ON THE WALL NEAR THE BATHROOM AND THE BATHROOM FITTINGS WERE A BIT DATED - NO HOOKS IN BATHROOM TO HANG TOWELS OR CLOTHES
TV - NOT MUCH CHANNEL CHOICE
Traveller from BRISTOL
Residing in one of Londons most sought after locations Blakemore Hyde Park is a beautifully appointed 4 star hotel ideally …More
This lively residential and business area borders Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens where you can stroll along canalside streets and check out the houseboats and historic Victorian homes. Plentiful shopping opportunities exist at Queensway and Oxford Street. Paddington Station, a 19th century building, provides a gateway to towns in the west of England, including Oxford, Windsor, Bath and Bristol.