As usual the hotel is a great place to stay, the rooms are modern and up to date. However this trip was spoilt by our sleep being broken at 0500hours on the Sunday morning because of water pouring through our bathroom ceiling from an inconsiderate person in the room above us.
We were quickly moved to another room on the same floor by the attentive hotel staff but our day was ruined completely. Further there was little explanation from the offending guests who refused access to their room to all hotel staff to clear up the mess and the mess that was left in our room
A good hotel. Beautiful, neat rooms and a beautifully designed bathroom (separate shower and bath).
In the weekend it is very quiet in the area. Near the Tower Hill. This hotel is mainly a business hotel, and in the weekend also cheaper.
Approximately a 3 minutes walk to the underground and approximately a 10-15 minute walk to Oxford Street (shopping street)
Breakfast was also good. Several types of fruit (mango, water melon, strawberry, pineapple), sandwich filling (salmon/cheese/brie) and bread rolls. Choice in abundance. Good service.
Absolutely worth the visit and by London standards a good hotel.
I absolutely recommend staying at a businesshotel in London, in the weekend! Because many businessmen are in the city from Sunday - Thursday, many hotels (the Apex too) have a special rate for the Friday - Sunday. Super good price-quality ratio! Neat room, with a quiet layout, plenty of storage space, very pretty bathroom with a big shower and separate bath (to flush the toilet you had to use two hands). We had breakfast at the Addendum (restaurant) for the first time, that was very expensive, 30 GBP for 2 continental breakfasts (not too extensive), we don't recommmend it. The windows on the room couldn't open and the airco couldn't be adjusted that well, a pity. But we had a very good time there!