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Apex Temple Court Hotel
Ranked #63 of 1,077 Hotels in London
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 31 March 2014 via mobile

I stayed at apex temple court on Friday the 28th of March and it was awesome. The hotel is just off the very busy Fleet Street in the centre of London but once you step into the courtyard it is calm and peaceful.
The receptionist who checked us in and out was polite, professional and friendly a credit to the hotel as was the waiter who served us breakfast.
The room was spotless and we loved our stay, I wish we had been there longer and can't wait to visit again.
Thank you all at apex temple court.
Leo devlin

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Reviewed 30 March 2014

Booked with Avios points and I'm sure it would have been cheaper to pay for it in real money but decided to use them up. Not too far from the tube and lovely entrance off Fleet Street. Had little difficulty understanding the receptionist and didn't feel to be made over welcome that said room, a twin, was very nice with a super bathroom and nice touches like magazines, bottled water and good quality toiletries. Good seri e in the lounge area for afternoon drinks with ample nibbles offered. Nice meal in the restaurant though small portions and the fish we had, though beautifully cooked, was very expensive for what it was. In the morning we made use of the gym which has good equipment, roomy and clean. The air one was on about 22% and it was stifling in there and music wasn't really gym type music. I did phone reception from there and ask them to come and look at the air on which someone did, didn't know which device the zircon was till I pointed it out and said didn't know how to alter it and would get someone else to come and look. They never turned up. Cut gym workout short as was about to pass out! Having worked as a fitness instructor for a number of years the temperature should be at 16-18% to be cool enough to do a decent session without passing out! It would benefit from a pool but not many London hotels have these. Breakfast was good. Porter didn't offer to carry my friends cases to the room however which is a shame. Lovely walk down and across the bridge to potter round The Globe and back in the sunshine. Just be aware that at weekends, especially Sunday, the local sandwich places, eateries etc not open and nearly all said Mon-Fri as obviously cater for business, the Court etc during the week and wanted to visit St Paul's or Dr Samuel Johnson's house but both closed Sunday. A warmer reception and an properly air conditioned gym with staff returning when they say they will would have made this a great nights stay for friends catching up. Beds were very comfortable.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 29 March 2014

This modern hotel is in a small courtyard off Fleet Street. Check-in was swift with friendly staff and we were offered a free upgrade even though they were busy. The room was quiet, comfortable and fairly spacious, with a good shower and double-ended bath. There is a large TV and an iPod dock, and good free wi-fi. A black for the uncomfortable toilet seat and the lid which hides the flush.

We didn't try the restaurant though drinks in the bar are just at the high end of reasonable - and the "modern" background music wasn't to my taste. Breakfast at £19.50 for the full buffet with a cooked dish is a bit steep, but you can order items a la carte which is better value if you don't want free range of the buffet.

Location is good for Covent Garden, St.Paul's and the City, and there is a bus stop right outside if you want to go further afield. All in all, a good place to stay.

Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 March 2014

I stayed for a couple of nights. The first room I was shown to on the 5th floor, felt very caustaphobic and I immediately asked for another room on the 1st floor, this was chaged with no quibbles. In fact the room over-looked the courtyard and was lovely and quiet, so a good night sleep was had. The location of the hotel is perfect fo theatreland, Covent Garden and the Embankment, as well as the City and Legal centre.

The hotel was modern nicely decorated and equipped. The staff were a bit of a mixed bag, on the main very helpful and poilte, but with some as English was not their first language appeared to be rude but I don't think this was meant to be.

I would stay again and would highly reccomend to other.

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Reviewed 25 March 2014

We spent four nights at the Apex Temple Court and I think that they are probably the most comfortable four nights I have spent in a London hotel.

The hotel is just off Fleet Street in the haven of the Temple - a Victorian picture post card village within London. Many of the lanes and gardens between the hotel and the River Thames are closed off with heavy doors or iron gates at the weekend or late evening - but try to explore the area during your visit , it is fab. Just ask the duck.

Reception was quick and efficient , the hotel looks over an inner courtyard or quadrangle and the walk to the room - what do you think of the hall carpet ? - is a little meandering. We were on the first floor , the room very comfortable - 142 - with a large and slumber guaranteed bed, a grand bathroom with a rainforest type shower and a bath to stretch out in. The Satellite TV , safe , gown ,slippers , mini -bar and tea station help you relax. The sound proofing in the rooms is excellent , I did not hear a sound during our stay.

The bar a good spot for that final nightcap after a busy day in London , service with a smile , food until 2300 . There is a gym - the Temple metro is ten minutes walk away , a taxi from the West End £12 on a good night.

Well done to the team - but do not tell too many folk how good this spot is.

Room Tip: If you are offered an upgrade at a special rate - take it , if you can afford it.
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

I spent of my spring break in London and chose the Apex Temple court after months of reviewing hotel and there value for London. Phenomenal hotel and the staff was one of a kind, accommodating and willing to serve. I would definitely stay here again and its location is perfect. The only very small downer was the bar staff at night can be a bit inattentive and snappy. This picky traveler loves this place and would highly recommend it!

Room Tip: rooms facing courtyard are ideal!
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

Absolutely nothing to fault. Good location, spotlessly clean, faultless service. If you get chance pay for the upgrade as it is well worth the money. Would highly recommend and will definitely come back..

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Address: Fleet Street | 1-2 Serjeants' Inn, London EC4Y 1LL, England
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Region: United Kingdom > England > London > City of London
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
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Ranked #63 of 1,077 Hotels in London
Price Range: £131 - £348 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Apex Temple Court Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 184
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Just off bustling Fleet Street, Apex Temple Court Hotel is a short two-minute walk from Inner Temple and Middle Temple - both historic Inns of Court. This four-star hotel boasts impressive contemporary interior design that’s complemented by creative fixtures and natural light. The hotel has 184 rooms and suites, an elegant restaurant and a modern gym. In each room you’ll find Elemis toiletries, a 40” LCD TV with Sky TV and a fridge to store your essentials. You can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi on all of your personal devices throughout your stay. Chambers Restaurant serves delicious food throughout the day with a variety of options to choose from. The hotel also has its own bar and lounge that features a tranquilising fireplace – the perfect place to relax. This modern space makes for a laid-back place to meet or eat. ... more   less 
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