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"Luxury 4-Star hotel in the City of London with sumptuous accommodation and a courtyard"
Apex Temple Court Hotel is a luxury 4-Star hotel just off London’s Fleet Street, in the City of London. It is ideal for those in London on business or anyone wanting a fantastic location for a holiday in a historic area. As well as 184 luxurious bedrooms and suites, the hotel has a restaurant and bar, an exclusive lounge, a gym and a courtyard.
The room types available include city rooms, superior rooms, deluxe rooms, junior suites and master suites, available with king-size beds, for twin occupancy and for families. They are all well-appointed and there are greater levels of facilities in the top-of-the-range accommodation and suites.
"State-of-the-art technology and plenty of complimentary luxuries"
Technology available includes free Wi-Fi and local calls, large LED TV with Sky Sports and more than 150 channels covering all major languages, Teleadapt Active Media Hub, Bose SoundDock for MP3 players and 3D HD TV with dedicated Sky box. Guest rooms also have a desk, chairs, ironing board, hairdryer, fridge and safe. Complimentary water and tea/coffee making equipment are supplied. En-suite facilities include bath and walk-in shower with luxury Elemis toiletries and an Apex Duck to keep. Bathrobes and slippers are provided in many rooms. Deluxe rooms and suites come with complimentary access to the Club Lounge and a separate seating area. Suites have a separate living area with a dining table.
The Club Lounge is an exclusive lounge overlooking the courtyard. In it, guests can get complimentary drinks and snacks. It has large chairs and laptop and PC data points.
"Modern English cuisine in a beautiful restaurant with plenty of natural light"
Chambers Restaurant and Bar provides modern cuisine in a stylish and contemporary setting. A full-length banquet seat is the highlight of the restaurant and high oak-framed windows let in plenty of natural light. Specially designed candle lanterns create an intimate effect. The restaurant can be booked for private dining and parties. The bar and lounge have a feature fireplace, wingback chairs and a cosy atmosphere.
The gym at Apex Temple Court is exclusively for hotel guests to enjoy a convenient workout on the finest equipment and not have to queue for it. The equipment is web-enabled and features iPod docking stations, display screens and built-in TV screens. This means gym users can browse the internet, listen to music or watch TV or movies. The gym is open 24 hours every day.
Other facilities at the hotel include wake-up calls, 24-hour room service, mail and message delivery, same-day laundry, shoe cleaning and concierge services. Cots and high chairs are available for babies. There is disabled access to rooms and public areas as well as guide dog access.
"Apex Temple Court Hotel is in an area with a rich and vibrant history"
The area immediately around Apex Temple Court Hotel has a rich history involving Templars, barristers and journalists. The Inner Temple dates to the 12th century, when the Military Order of the Knights Templar built Temple Church. Two centuries later, lawyers at the medieval Inns of Court lived and worked in the area. This use declined after the English Civil War, but from the 18th century the district’s fortunes rose again. Today, Temple is an active Inn of Court. The Apex Temple Court Hotel occupies the site of one of the historic Serjeants’ Inns, which housed an order of barristers known as the Serjeants-at-Law. They left in 1730 and the old building was bombed in WW2. The current post-war Neo-Georgian building has been redeveloped as Apex Temple Court Hotel. The courtyard at Apex Temple Court leads to the Fleet Street, the historical home of London’s newspaper industry.
The hotel is very convenient for rail transport, being close to City Thameslink and London Blackfriars mainline railway stations. Blackfriars is also on the Underground, serving the District and Circle Lines. The stations are in Travelcard Zone 1.