Hotel Apex London Wall (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 7-9 Copthall Avenue / London / EC2R 7NJ / England / Tel: +44 (0)131 441 0440
Newest Review: ... check in Process At the reception area, the check in process was quick and efficient, the reception staff gave us good eye contact and smiled, we were politely asked for our names, in order to process the check in. We asked for a room that was in a quiet area of the hotel and we were informed that all the rooms were quiet, particularly during the weekends and that the local offices were ... more
Customer Hotel Apex London Wall (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 7 readings)
Introduction This hotel is located in Moorgate, Liverpool Street or in layman terms it is in the city of London. The hotel is highly attractive on the outside. The transport system of London allowed me to get to Moorgate station in one hour on the Metropolitan line network. The streets here are really interesting because of the bars and coffee lounges. At Liverpool Street one difficulty I had was finding the correct exit to find the hotel. About the Hotel This hotel has 89 luxurious rooms as well as a restaurant and a bar area. The hotel also has free internet services as well as free local telephone calls. The hotel is located within ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Situated in the financial and business area of London, the Apex London Wall Hotel is aimed mainly at city gents. Not many of them are around at the weekend, of course, so it is quite easy to get a discount on Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights. This is a four-star hotel that would normally be far beyond my pocket, but I was lucky enough to win £100 to spend on a hotel room from the website Secret Escapes. With a discounted rate of £115, including breakfast, I only had to pay £15 for the luxury of a room on a Friday night in August at Apex London Wall. I can't comment on the booking procedure through the hotel itself, as I booked through Secret Escapes. Their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I recently visited this hotel for the night with my boyfriend. We found the information about it on Expedia and ended up booking it through Hotels.com for £101 (Saturday night, not including breakfast), we thought this was quite a reasonable price for a 4* hotel in London. It is described as a "luxury 4* boutique hotel" so we were very excited to see what it was like as a weekend treat for our anniversary. The nearest Tube station is Moorgate and from there we had a 5 minute walk to the hotel. We weren't sure where to go once we came out of the station so as we stood outside New Look and consulted my boyfriends iphone-thank god for google ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Hotel Apex London Wall (London ...
Hotel Meininger London Hyde Park (London) - Cheap for multiple occupancy Rubbish facitilites
Hotel Custom House (London) - Close to Excel Centre, o2 Arena, clean, friendly helpful staff None!
easyHotel South Kensington (London) - Fantastic value, great location, provides the essentials for a good nights sleep No lifts - might be a problem for some, very early check out time
|More products in Hotel National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Ballillinny Holiday Cottages|
Water not very hot
|Hotel Ibis Heathrow (London)|
Close to the airport and free bus route (don't pay for the hotel hoppa!!)
Can't think of any!!
|Best Western Lansdowne Hotel (Eastbourne)|
Rooms, Facilities and Food
Little outdated in décor, family orientated or friendly?
|Castleknock Hotel and Country Club (Dublin)|
Excellent standard four star hotel with leisure facilities.
None for me
|Hotel Ibis Leeds Centre (Leeds)|
Close to centre, fairly cheap, meets basic needs
A few house - keeping issues
|Birkdale Guest House (Southport)|
Great location, nicely decorated rooms, tasty breakfast
I want a King Size bed at home now
|The Lorne Hotel (Glasgow)|
Cheap, smart, boutique hotel
15-20 mins walk from town
|Innkeeper's Lodge (Dudley)|
A clean and comfortable Innkeeper's in a surprisingly quiet location
The lack of parking, breakfast was below par and some rude staff
|Hotel Mint (Leeds)|
Location, Rooms, Price, Apple Mac
Bit too Light, Lack of Storage
|Lake House B&B (Brixworth)|
It's in a class of its own
No credit cards and only two or three rooms.