Spent three nights at Thistle Hyde Park.
My choice was mainly its location to Hyde Park and very close to two underground Central line (red) stations.
I choose the 37 m2 but I guess it is much smaller than that, maybe they are counting the balcony that you can't get access to.
Victorian age building nicely looked after however it lakes the real comfort that we are used to in modern hotel rooms.
Bathroom is a kind of antique, again some might find it attractive.
Though staff are very nice and helpful however its not my type of hotels.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Thistle Hyde Park dates from Victorian times, with a cosy, relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of a Pall Mall private-member's club. A refined, intimate building, it is a comfortable base from which to enjoy the nearby West End, Oxford Street and Mayfair. Within walking distance of Lancaster Gate and Bayswater Underground stations and a literal stone's throw from multiple bus stops, you'll find it easy to get from the hotel to wherever it is you wish to visit in central London. What's more, you have the luxury of two of London's finest public parks just across the road from the hotel entrance - perfect for a morning stroll, weekend picnic, or letting the kids run off all the excitement of a holiday in the City. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Thistle Hyde Park London
- Thistle Hyde Park Hotel London