Monday, 6 April 2015

The Details:

The Corus Hotel Hyde Park is a spectacular 200-year-old listed Georgian building which stands proud at No. 1 Lancaster Gate. With a superlative central location, the hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the many sights and sounds of the capital. Surround yourself in comfort and elegance when you spend the night in a Standard Double or Twin room, and treat yourself and a partner to a delectable two-course dinner before heading out to explore the bright lights of London
What You Get
  • £129 (worth up to £211.16) per night in a Standard Double with a two-course dinner and breakfast for two people
  • Your two-course dinner will be served at Olio’s Bar and Brasserie – please click here to see a sample menu
What to Do
  • Shop ‘till you drop when you visit Oxford Street, Regent Street and Knightsbridge
  • Take a relaxing stroll through Hyde Park – London’s largest Royal Park
  • Head to the West End for an eclectic and vibrant mix of leisure and entertainment

What You Need to Know:

  • Sold by Corus Hotel Hyde Park

  • Valid for two adults in a Standard Double room
  • Valid for stays until 31st May 2015
  • Not available for stays on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays
  • Upgrades are available for a £20 supplement; payable direct to the Corus Hotel Hyde Park
  • Please note that parking is not available at the hotel
  • For additional information prior to booking please contact the Corus Hotel Hyde Park on 08447 368 60108447 368 601
  • Dinner will be served in the Olio’ Restaurant
  • Customer name will need to be provided at time of purchase and should match guest name provided at check-in
  • Customers must be 18 years of age to check in
  • Once your reservation has been confirmed, your booking is non-refundable
  • Our price and discount is based on the Corus Hotel Hyde Park rate for a Standard Double room plus breakfast found on the Corus Hotel Hyde Park website. This rate was available at 10.21am on 25th February 2015, based on a one-night stay commencing on the 28th March 2015. Learn More