Apex Temple Court Hotel Four Star

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4 out of 5 Based on 3 reviews


The Apex Temple Court Hotel has 184 luxury bedrooms, each offering the latest in business facilities and technology, this contemporary four star hotel is ideal for both business and leisure guests.

The hotel also benefits from Chambers Bar and Restaurant, serving modern cuisine in stylish and contemporary surroundings.

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1 - 2 Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1LL

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0845 365 0000


Double with ensuite bathroom from £100.00 (USD167.85) - View Prices

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Double with ensuite bathroom: £100.00 to £400.00 (USD167.85)  per room
Twin with ensuite bathroom: £100.00 to £400.00 (USD167.85)  per room
Suite: £200.00 to £500.00 (USD335.69)  per room

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Apex Temple Court Hotel

1 - 2 Serjeants Inn
Fleet Street
0845 365 0000
Public transport:
Blackfriars Station - exit station and walk along Queen Victoria St, heading south. Turn right into New Bridges St after 35m and head north. Turn left into Tudor St (after 100m) and head west, passing John’s Dairy Shop. Turn right into Bouveries St (after 250m) heading north. Turn left into Temple Lane (after 100m) heading west. Turn right into Lombard Lane (after 24m) heading north.Turn left into Serjeants Inn (after 50m) heading west.


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Catering Facilities
Halal options on menu
Kosher options on menu
Nut-free option on menu
Vegetarian options on menu
Children Facilities
Children welcome
General Facilities
Guest lounge
Ironing facilities
Leisure Facilities
Fitness centre
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Group rates available
Room Facilities
Air conditioning
Central heating
Drink making facilities
Service Facilities
Laundry service / Dry cleaning
Night porter
Room service


4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of Apex Temple Court Hotel

5.0 out of 5 15 January 2014
by Michael C.

The hotel is strategically located, giving the traveler easy walking access to the City, the West End, and Bankside. A ten-minute walk from 50 Fleet Street will take you to the Tate Modern or the Savoy or St. Paul's. We stayed for four nights and found the room to be the best we've ever had in London. The decor is crisp and modern with all the amenities we could wish for. The room was as...more

4.0 out of 5 12 January 2014
by Cecilia D.

Lovely boutique hotel in the heart of the city. It's close to absolutely everything; we walked everywhere, and I'm from Los Angeles, where walking just isn't done.

Plus you're on the infamous Fleet Street where older pubs haunted by writers of yore align.

The restaurant in the lobby is good though a tad overpriced. And the bed is super cozy, comfy, and huge. One thing that bugged me: Why...more

4.0 out of 5 10 December 2012
by Tom P.

I recently stayed at the Apex Temple Court for 13 nights, so I feel quite qualified to review the hotel. Overall it was very nice, but there were a couple of areas that could have used improvement.


This was the one area where they lost a star. I arrived around noon, and was told that my room wasn't ready. That's fine, I suppose. Though getting rooms ready for travelers arriving on...more