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Hyde Park Economy Apartments

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Honestly... there are not enough letters to allow me to tell you the extent of how AWFUL this place was. Woke up to my baby crying because she was soaking wet from someone's toilet or shower dripping all over her. DISGUSTING and the staff barely apologized and put us in a worse room after which I'm amazed was even possible. Room was filthy and bed sheets were not clean.

uncomfortable, messy, unclean ... The bed was terrible. The toilet and the kitchen look like you'll pick up some sickness. The whole furniture looked like it would crumble. Pictures on the booking page do not have any appearance with the layout of the apartment. worst place in life. I would not recommend this place to even the worst enemy. I am very disappointed. I did not expect anything so terribly.

The only good with this hotel was the Location. I wouldn't stay there again to be honest . The place needs immediate renovation, Reception for the guests in order not to walk to another place to get their keys, train their staff to make customer life easier. The reservation was for a triple room it is not right to go to your room after a long day and to find out that you have to open and make the bed. It is not right to inform you that your room is ready and go there and find the cleaning ladies there and inform you that you have to go back later. It is not right to find blanket only for one bed instead of two.

We picked this place due to its close location to Bayswater/Queensway underground stations. It is also very near the bus stop which can take you straight to Marble Arch/Oxford Street (bus #7, 23, 94). We thought that by having a kitchenette & table, it would be more spacious but truth is everything is cramped - the bed is literally next to the kitchen stove, fridge, TV and sink. There are more than 200+ TV & radio channels to choose from though, so that's pretty cool. Wi-fi is ok. As most accommodations in London, no lifts - so you would have to carry your heavy luggage up the stairs. One note though, the check-in is at Whiteleaf Hotel about a block away (66, Iverness Terrace. This property is at 11-13). Check-in is easy and they also let you store your luggage for free after check out so you could continue with your own way before heading to the airport. Can't complain much for the price and location. But if you can afford it, do look for a more spacious room.

Good location, close to the tube and restaurants and supermarkets. Staff at reception ok. The place is run down, in great need of maintenance (there came water up from the floorboards....) , poorly cleaned, not enough wc-paper, bad beds but clean linen, no sofa like it was in the pictures. Wifi didn´t work.

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 one pub. All are within a 5 minute walk from the apartments. We chose the basement apartment again and were pleasantly surprised to find it had been renovated. We needed to descend about 16 stairs . It had everything we required, ironing board, stove, fridge, microwave etc. Potential residents should be warned there is no lift in the building. We will stay here again if the occasion arises. We booked with Agoda and the confirmation document says that you must check in at No 55 Inverness Terrace. Between our last visit and now part of the business has been sold to another company and check in is now at number 66 opposite No. 55. The staff at the office were very helpful and accommodating. We would recommend these apartments for price conscious people who want to spend time in London to see the shows etc. based on price and convenient transport to central London.

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 to snap! Alongside the manager who didn't resolve anything just Palmed us off with an email! We've complained via email to be told nothing is going to be done because we didn't report it as soon as we entered the room! Every little bit of evidence I have is going to be taken further, personally this place should he shut down before someone does get seriously hurt!!!

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 surprised that Booking.com even have it on their site, we could of stayed in a 5star apartment for the same price,half the lock was missing from the door that lead to the balcony,the balcony joined to others and was easily accessible,I had to sleep on a fold up bed up against the door so my partner and her daughter felt safe to sleep!!! There were long black hairs stuck to the bath room ceiling (sorry shoe box) never been in a so called bathroom so small was a complete joke,we felt the whole place was so disgusting we couldn't even bring our selves to drink water from the taps,so purchased bottled water and wouldn't even entertain using the kitchen facilities!! Basically I would take onboard this and many other review's before even considering booking this hovel of a place.

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 leak in the wall. we went to reception and they gave us a second key, when we arrived this one was fine however none of the beds had been made up one of them was a camp bed folded up. When we returned from the event we went to in London, the corridor had a homeless man in it that jumped out at us so we ran to our room petrified and couldnt sleep as the door wasn't locked. Even though we cannot moan completely about the apartment or the beds (as we only paid £22 each for 5 Adults and 1 night in london) but we can complain that we did not feel 1 bit safe and for that reason I wouldn't return.

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

11-13 Inverness Terrace London England

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Bayswater, Hyde Park Economy Apartments is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace. Each of the 43 rooms at this 3-star apartment includes a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a microwave. It's in central London and also close to Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.


Dining

Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

The 43 apartments feature kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Apartments also include ironing boards. Limited housekeeping is available.


Property features

At Hyde Park Economy Apartments, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.

Room options

Economy Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Apartment, 1 Bedroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Economy Duplex

Full 1 | Sleeps 5

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

29% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 306 reviews