About the Apex Temple Court Hotel, London
Situated just off London's Fleet Street, once famous as the home of journalists, newspaper companies and the press, the Apex Temple Court Hotel lies in the City of London boundaries, ideally located between St Paul's Cathedral and Covent Garden, in one of London's key legal districts.
Now known as an area for its lawyers and corporate companies, the streets bustle during the week and quietens down at the weekend. the Apex Hotel in Temple Court is a great stay for those visiting the city, especially at the weekend where rooms may be a little more available.
While many prefer to head out into the city for dinner, the hotels Chambers restaurant and bar are well suited for a quieter night in with serving the likes of steaks, fish dishes and sliders, and is open 7 days a week. If staying during the week, be sure to head out to one of the local pubs along Fleet Street.
The Apex Hotel offers guests a number of amenities including the Chambers restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as the hotel bar for evening drinks. Being London it's also good to have access to reception staff at all times of day, so there is a 24 hour reception desk too.
For those into fitness, the onsite gym will help keep you in shape, alternatively the River Thames is just a short walk away and great for a run or jog amongst some of London's top landmarks.
The Club Lounge is complimentary for guests staying in Deluxe Rooms and Suites, and offers working and relaxing spaces, including desks with charging points. Club Lounge customers are able to enjoy a range of complimentary snack and drinks throughout the day.
Suitable for events
There are a number of room types available at the Apex, so if you're on a budget, stick to the City Rooms. If you fancy a little extra space, why not upgrade to include the Apex Club Lounge? Interconnecting rooms are also available upon request for families.
Rooms range from City Rooms which offer comfort and style on a budget, right up to the hotel's Master Suite with separate seating area and Club Lounge access, ideal for those looking to stay for longer.
Check-in time: 2:30pm
Check-out time: 12pm
City Rooms, the lead-in room type, offer guests offer a modern space with either two single beds or one double bed. Free WiFi and Sky TV are also included with the room.
Upgrade to a Superior Room and you'll enjoy an extra 5sqm of space, as well as small luxuries like bathrobes, slippers and Elemis bathroom toiletries.
Deluxe Rooms mean even more space to spread out, including a seating area for a little more home comfort and Club Lounge access.
The Apex Junior Suites offer guests plenty of space, 37sqm to be precise, including a separate living/dining area, plus access to the Club Lounge.
The Master Suite is the largest room type at the Apex Hotel with lots of space including a separate living area, plus a few more home comforts like a Nespresso machine. Master Suite guests can also enjoy the Club Lounge.
Things to Do
The incredibly impressive St Paul's Cathedral is a short walk away and certainly worth the walk if you are staying in this area. It's impressive architecture has been an iconic part of the skyline.
From there, head across the Millennium Bridge to the Tate Modern where you'll find a variety of modern art exhibitions. Turn left and you’re at the infamous Shakespeare's Globe Theatre so make sure you catch the latest performance if you have time during your stay in London.
If you walk out of the hotel and head left along Fleet Street, you'll eventually arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice and Aldwych where Covent Garden and the famous London theatres start. Keep travelling along the Strand and you'll eventually arrive at Trafalgar Square, but if walking seems too much, fear not, there are numerous bus routes that run along this stretch.
Located in Temple Court the Apex Hotel sits with the City Of London boundaries, a 10-15 minute walk from St Paul's Cathedral and just 5 minutes from the River Thames. There are a number of bus routes that run along Fleet Street closeby and into the main areas of Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus.
Temple underground station is a five to ten minute walk, as is the City Thameslink mainline station where trains can take you up through King's Cross St Pancras and on to Luton Airport, while south they head down to Gatwick and Brighton.
If you need a taxi, the hotel staff are more than happy to order one for you, or it's easy to pick up a black cab on Fleet Street.