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This is a lovely hotel. Ideally located and very clean and smart. I love my stays Here but the walls are thin and if you are unlucky with your room or neighbors your sleep may be interrupted. The rooms are well appointed and the staff...More
We stayed at the Parks Hotel, after a long flight across the Atlantic. Being so tired, we were kept awake through the early morning hours until approximately 2 Am from a very noisy and boisterous party going on down the hall. The walls were paper...More
It has been 9 years since I stayed here. It was an incredible experience. The hotel was fully booked except for 1 large suite. They offered me a discount due to scaffolding on the the facade for renovations. The service and suite were the best...More
If there were a 10 Star hotel, The Parkes would qualify
First of all look at the review ratings of tripadvisor, it doesnt get any better, its amazing that this hotel can make even the most negative people happy, I do not see one bad...More
We arrived at Heathrow from New York on August 8, 2008 at 8,30am We had arranged for a car from the hotel to pick us up;the driver was there when we came through customs...he was very kind and helped us load our 6 pices of...More
US$317 - US$382 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#388 Luxury Hotel in London
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