MEININGER Hotel London Hyde Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMEININGER Hotel London Hyde Park
Great Hostel. Clean and Comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful. We didn't get to have tea and cakes but the muffins sold at the snack bar of the hostel were fantastic! Luggage storage provided if you do not plan on departing right away in the morning. Breakfast was simple but filling. 4 stars!
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