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We stayed with our 3 children aged 13, 10 and 9 this last week of october. Everybody knows that London is not easy when one looks for a nice, reasonable priced accommodation. Having said that, we chose the Grand Plaza serviced apartments mainly for its...More
Was looking for a reasonably priced hotel not too far from central london, therefore came across these apartments at £420 for 3 nights and they are advertised as 4* so thought i had got a bargain,however it wasnt to be, the apartment is tiny everything...More
On arriving the staff were excellent and remained excellent. Very courteous helpful and welcoming. The 2 bedroom appartmenrt however on the basement floor was very poky and in need of an upgrade. It was nothing like the photographs we had viewed on the Hoseasons web...More
Staying for 2 nights with my two teenage kids; staff very friendly and helpful at reception.
Apartment has everything you need for short stay, also very clean and comfortable.
If I have to be picky I would say that as we are on the lower...More
From entering to leaving after a week's stay, I have nothing but praise for the staff who were attentive, helpful and friendly, There was a buzz of activity in meeting guest's needs and in keeping the building spotlessly clean. I thought this was very good...More
USD 127 - USD 277 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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