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Apex Hotels – Worth A Splash

Central London hotel expansion by affordable luxury chain

Written by . Published on November 14th 2012.

Apex Hotels – Worth A Splash

FLEET Street doesn’t get to hold the front page these days. Kensington, Wapping and Canary Wharf are now home to all those newspaper scoops. El Vino and the Cheshire Cheese may be haunted by expense account lunches of days gone by, but you are more likely to find tourists than journos jollying it up in their panelled crannies.

It’s a prime central spot for exploring the ever-morphing city with major bus routes whisking you into the West End and Covent Garden or up to St Paul’s and beyond. Hence the canniness of Scots hotel chain Apex in establishing ing their third London hotel there.

Apex Temple Court is a landmark Inner Temple building that has been converted into a four star hotel at a cost of £60m. Found just off Fleet Street in Serjeant’s Court, it features 184 luxury guestrooms, all coming with excellent business facilities, restaurant and gym. It’s affordable, too. Doubles are from £131, excluding breakfast.

Apex City RooftopApex City rooftop with Tower Bridge in the distance

It’s under two miles from Apex City of London Hotel, which is only 300 yards as the raven flies from the Tower of London. It is a similar size with comparable hi-tech business and gym facilities and an award-winning casual restaurant, Addendum. Samuel Pepys is buried in St Olave's church next door.

Apex Hotels also operates three city centre hotels in Edinburgh and one in Dundee. For further details of all Apex hotes and to book visit www.apexhotels.co.uk

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