£99 — London: 4-Star Hyde Park Stay with Breakfast

The Deal

Stays worth £200 at the Corus Hotel Hyde Park  overlooking Hyde Park are now £99 & include:
  • Accommodation for two in a Standard Double/Twin room
  • Daily full English breakfast
  • Valid Fri-Mon from 27 Jun-12 Jul; seven days a week from 13 Jul-10 Sep
  • £119 for an Executive Double/Twin room

Why we love it

  • Set within a 200-year-old Grade II-listed Georgian building that overlooks Hyde Park
  • Kensington Palace & Oxford Street are a short walk
  • The on-site restaurant Bel Canto has opera-singing waiters

With some of the capital’s top attractions on its doorstep, the Corus Hotel Hyde Park is a great base for a London city break.

The location is hard to beat. The 4-star hotel is set within a 200-year-old Grade II-listed Georgian building, next to Lancaster Gate Underground station, which is on the Central line. It’s also a short distance from Paddington Station and Kensington Palace.

Cross the main road to stroll around Hyde Park or explore the West End. Oxford Street, Knightsbridge, Notting Hill and Shepherd’s Bush are all easy to get to from the hotel.

Dining options include Olio’s Bar & Brasserie, a restaurant set in the conservatory overlooking Hyde Park that serves a seasonal European menu and Malaysian cuisine created by the Malaysian head chef.

Bel Canto, described as “genuinely special” by the Daily Mail, is a Parisian-style restaurant tucked underneath the hotel. The restaurant serves French cuisine and the evening’s entertainment is provided by classically trained singing waitstaff.

All rooms are modern and have free Wi-Fi. Rooms are on the small side, larger Executive Double room upgrades are available for a £20 supplement. Buffet breakfast is served in the Bel Canto restaurant and when the hotel is busy it is also served in Olio’s Bar & Brasserie.

The hotel began a 4-month refurbishment on 14 June that includes scaffolding around the building.

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