Central Park Hotel
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
Historical Traveler Reviews Central Park Hotel London
Central Park Hotel well located in Bayswater. Small rooms had comfortable beds & good plumbing. Good housekeeping. Three small elevators. Avoid lower 3 floors which accomodate school groups. Ask for 4 thru 7. Tube nearby. Pleasant desk staff; unsmiling, mute bartender. This is a tourist class hotel with somewhat better standards than is common in that category. 60 pound rate is good value for expensive London.
Okay for the price
Just returned from a week's stay at the Central Park Hotel. The hotel is ideally located across from Hyde Park and near two tube stations. Rooms are quite small and the walls are VERY thin, so the rooms are very noisy. For the price, the hotel is adequate -- nothing fancy, but the location makes up for it.
TripAdvisor Reviews Central Park Hotel London
Travel Blogs from London
... going to see next. We took the bus back around to the London Eye. Then we picked up our pre-ordered skip the line tickets (thanks dad) and got on. The view cannot be explained in words. When we got off we crossed the Westminster bridge and ate in a pub nearby (there are so many!). Then we headed back to our flat thinking about everything we were able to ...
... a nap, intending to head out into the city itself in the evening. Instead, I slept straight through the alarm and didn't wake up til 11:30pm. D'oh! I was only up for an hour or so before crashing again and waking up at 6:30 this morning. Hopefully that gets it all out of my system and I can actually get a lot more done today!
So, all in all, not a particularly interesting blog to read I'm afraid - most of the museum exhibits are better experienced in person anyway!
It's been a long journey for both of us and, all of a sudden, we're feeling quite exhausted, and looking forward to arriving home (note: we're not looking forward to the 27 hours of flying).
We're happy we decided to spend the five days in London. It's helped us wind down somewhat although the pleasant weather has not given us an excuse to linger lazily indoors. Having said that we've been pretty relaxed about what we've done.
But before we ...
... covered) woman seemed suddenly
uncomfortable. The only thing I recognized on the shelf was a package of Ritz
crackers, which happened to be the very thing I needed, so I hurried my way
out. The weirdest thing was one morning as I rounded a corner into the train
station and almost ran into two Muslim men. I could’ve said nothing, or “Sorry”,
but instead I blurted out “Forgive me” Not loudly, but clearly. Anyway, ...
... dusting hem off - but far out did I get a fright!! Only one low light to the week, and that was saying goodbye to Mischa for the last time on this little trip. Is crazy how you can become so accustomed to having someone around and such good friends with someone who you didn't even know two months prior! It's time for one last week of complete R&R, so I'm back off to Worcester to see Roy and Kath. I'm so looking forward to not sharing a room and being somewhere homely ! ...