Arbor Hyde Park Hotel
What We Love
- A boutique townhouse hotel in the heart of London, near Hyde Park - includes breakfastEnjoying stylish accommodation in the heart of London
- Being within walking distance of Hyde Park and Oxford Street
- Your in-room luxuries, like quality coffee machines and plush bathrobes
What To Know
- There's an on-site restaurant serving British fare, and 24-hour room service for late-night cravings
- It's a five-minute walk to the Lancaster Gate tube station
- Located in a 19th-century townhouse overlooking Hyde Park
Housed in a 19th-century townhouse overlooking Hyde Park, Arbor Hyde Park is a refined, boutique haven in the heart of London. Boasting one of the city’s best addresses on the western edge of the West End, this pretty boutique hotel is near both the tranquility of the park and the buzz of Oxford Street’s renowned shopping.
This 40-room Georgian hideaway also boasts elegant facilities, including a lounge with a bar, a pantry on each floor and polished interiors. From the lobby to the guest rooms, the décor is chic, modern and understated, with a high-end vibe, in-room extras and a friendly team of staff. And if that doesn’t do it for you, then just cross the street: Having a relaxing stay here is a walk in the park.
All rooms are packed with
The airy restaurant serves up intercontinental fare for breakfast. If you can’t bring yourself to leave your bed, you can order room service, available 24 hours a day.
Overlooking Hyde Park, the hotel is just a five-minute walk from Lancaster Gate tube station and less than a mile from Oxford Street. Start your day with a stroll through the park to reach this shopping haven, before going out to dinner at one of the city’s many great restaurants, in the evening. Other attractions in the area include the Victoria & Albert Museum, Whiteleys shopping center and Kensington Palace. The hotel will arrange sightseeing tours and day trips and will even book your theater, sports and concert tickets.
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This is not a hotel. It is a townhouse with a set of very very tiny rooms and tiny bathrooms. The room was absolutely tiny. The bath was a half bath where you can't even fully bathe. The bed was the smallest double I have ever seen. I complained, I had paid 260 euro and I expected something much nicer. I was told they would call me back. I waited 20 minutes and nothing, called back and was told nothing could be done. The rooms are nothing like the photos on line. They only have one tiny window. The wardrobe was the smallest I have ever seen. A total rip off and I'm disgusted with myself for falling for it.
Pros: The location is perfect, in a victorian clean street in front of Hyde Park, 2 minutes walk by Lancaster gate tube stop. The hotel is confortable, we was in 2 adults and 2 kids in a large room about 7x6 meters. The restroom was new and clean. The continental breakfast was plenty and good.
Cons: I hate fitted carpet. The staff don't speak italian (or it's a pros?)
We booked a premium room - which was just big enough for a double bed but it did have a small annex up ome steps which had a couch and a chair and really was of little use to us. We would not stay again