Go Native Hyde Park Apartments
Address208 Sussex Gardens, Westminster LondonSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Adjacent to Kensington Gardens just 2 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park, these stunning apartments boast sleek, minimalist interiors in the affluent area of Paddington. Oxford Street is only 15 minutes’ walk away, while Paddington Station is just 5 minutes on foot.
Stylish furnishings and light, modern touches feature in every Go Native Hyde Park apartment, along with unique Victorian features. Most apartments offer a bright living area in which you can relax with cosy sofas, and all apartments provide an iPod dock, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and free Wi-Fi access.
Modern, fully equipped kitchens and kitchenettes each come with stainless steel appliances including an oven and microwave to cook meals with, and a dining area to enjoy them at. Guests can also make use of a dishwasher, a washer/dryer, and a refrigerator.
The surrounding area is filled with bars and restaurants, while Lancaster Gate Tube Station is only 3 minutes’ walk away from the hotel. The boutique shops of Notting Hill are only a 15-minute walk away.
Please note that the the housekeeping service is provided on a weekly basis.
Guests must show a valid ID on check-in which matches the card being used to pay for the booking.
Guests must at least 18 years old at the the time of booking and must bring valid Government issued photo ID to show on arrival. If a guest arrives under the age of 18, Go Native reserves the right to refuse admission.
Please note that all apartments are cleaned on a weekly basis.
Please note that the property does not accept cash payment.
Go Native Hyde Park Apartments will send you an email after booking to take payment for your reservation.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
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