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what a shack! it was pretty dated and old. not to mention smelly.
for 50 pound a night what do you expect
at least it was warm and did the job for 4 nights
the walls are paper thin and you can hear everything!
Really disappointing stay, don't be fooled by the photos. Having stayed in other self serviced apartments recently, I wouldn't even put Hyde Park Suites in the same category. It was like entering a bedsit/hostel, but at extortionate prices! Our room was up several flights of...More
Stayed in a "Superior Double" suite for 4 nights.
Room was in a different building to check-in, but only about 200m away on same street.
Other than minor issue (no iron and no cover on ironing board) which was quickly resolved after ringing reception, was...More
This place is dreadful, very misleading pics on-line. The room I was given was bare, badly finished and just about clean. The whole building felt like it was a halfway house and the front door to the room had clearly been broken into at one...More
The Hyde Park Suites..... Sounds fantastic, the reality is so much different . Location aside everything else is average to poor.
Ourselves a family of 5 met up with friends a family of 4 and had 2 apartments in house 81. Our apartment was freezing...More
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