Central Park Hotel London

49-67 Queensborough Terrace, London, W2 3SS, United Kingdom
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I'd give the hotel a 7/10 overall

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 25, 2011

The hotel is off the northwest of hyde park - towards Notting Hill.
Good value for money.
Clean.
Our first room was cramped - really tiny, so for our second, third and fourth nights we've asked for a much larger room, which we were gracefully given.
Staff are generally pleasant and helpful.
On the down side, there is a bit of a chaos in the dining room and rules are confusing and are unnecessary cumbersome. The lady there (Alice) is rude and is evidently in the wrong job.
The Japanese man from the concierge desk was particularly helpful and so were the reception staff. I'd give the hotel a 7/10 overall. And a good value for your money (£70 for a twin).

Так что отель среднего класса, ближе к бюджетному.

Do not use this hotel.!

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 12, 2010

My mother and I had the worst experience with this hotel. The first morning we discover FLEES in our beds. We both had bites. We asked for a new room and we got one very lousy and extremely worse than our first one. In the reception they said that they never had problems with flees before which was a lie. A very sweet cleaning lady told us that it was not the first time with flees in that room. She was the sweetest person in that hotel.
My mom got sick because of the bites and we needed to call a doctor and then get some medicin for her.

No one at the hotel would apologize to us or at least say they were sorry for the inconveniece it had been for us.
They were so very unfriendly and their service was extremely bad. They lied to us several times and wouldnt listen. The only we could complain was by email which i doubt would be answered.

I would never ever use this hotel again and I am telling my story to everyone I know.

Unique Quality: The breakfast at this hotel is the worst ive ever been trying. Old dry bread and minimum to put on. No cheese and everything was with sugar. There were sugar in everything. Not good for the diet.
The rooms was very small and beds hard.
No aircondition and not even a fan.

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just fine...if you have earplugs!

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 7, 2010

I’ve stayed here twice; it’s an acceptable budget option in a quaint neighborhood. The keyword here is budget: you get what you pay for. The beds are entertainingly British, but comfortable enough. The bathrooms are small but clean. The walls are unbearably thin; bring earplugs! It’s been remodeled since we last stayed there, as well. But avoiding the breakfast is probably wise; it is packed and the food isn’t worth the line.

Nice London Budget Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 2, 2008

My husband & I stayed in this hotel for 2 nights in March, 2008, as part of a Gate1 trip. Staff was friendly and helpful. Room was small but comfortable. The double bed took up most of the room. Very clean. Bathroom was a pleasant surprise with a tub that was deep and long, perfect for soaking after a long day of sightseeing. The pillows were horrible; small and thin, but we were so exhausted, we slept like babies. Instant coffee and tea in the room. Continental breakfast was not great, but edible. Hotel is in a great area, near beautiful Kensington Park, just a few minutes walk to the underground stations, bus and tour bus stops. There's a great little Indian restaurant across the street.

Directions: Kensington Area

Great Deal By Hyde Park

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 21, 2004

Fairly good sized hotel on a street lined with hotels. We had a twin room which was small, but not so small you couldn't walk around. Very clean...clean bathroom. Reception was very friendly and we were able to check in at 7:30 in the morning as there was a room available. The walls are very thin, but didn't pose a problem for us. Two minute walk to Queensway tube, three minutes to Bayswater.

Unique Quality: In room: Coffee and tea, hairdryer, cable TV, safe, refrigerator. Bar in lobby, continental breakfast included, English breakfast available for 6 GBP.

Directions: Bayswater tube

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