Apex London Wall Hotel

Rated 9.1 in 960 reviews. 89 rooms.

★★★★

Book from 152 GBP

In the heart of the London’s old City, Apex London Wall is a 4-star boutique luxury hotel with free Wi-Fi and a gym. 3 Tube stations are within 5 minutes’ walk.

Each stylish and individually designed room at the Apex London includes a 40-inch LED TV, a luxury bathroom and a Bose in-room entertainment system. Some rooms have a private balcony overlooking the city. Free local calls are provided, as well as complimentary bottled water, tea/coffee and luxury toiletries and a souvenir duck to take away with you.

Off the Wall restaurant offers modern British cuisine in a bright and airy dining room. Guests are surrounded by art deco styling in the sophisticated lounge bar.

There is excellent access to the rest of London via the 3 nearby Tube stations. Liverpool Street Station is half a mile away, while Old Spittafields Market and vibrant Shoreditch are less than a mile away. Nearby attractions include St Paul's Cathedral and the Bank of England.

The West End, Westminster and the South Bank can be reached easily by Tube.

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  1. Taylor St Baristas

    Go for the Flat White, delicious! Also the chorizo sandwich if going for lunch.

    218 m from hotel
    125 Old Broad St

  2. Hawksmoor

    Breakfast at Hawksmoor is our kind of meal. So. Much. Bacon.

    224 m from hotel
    10-12 Basinghall St

  3. Goodman Steak House Restaurant

    Private charity event for DDTST trust @goodman city tonight

    265 m from hotel
    11 Old Jewry

  4. City Càphê

    "London is currently in love with filled bánh mì, the lighter, thin-crust Vietnamese take on the French baguette. Here, they are are genuinely delicate and, likewise, the fillings have a real zing..."

    281 m from hotel
    17 Ironmonger Ln.

  5. Vertigo 42

    Not only was it the first skyscraper in Britain to reach the 600ft, in 2005 it became the first office building in Britain to accommodate a restaurant which can boast a prestigious Michelin star.

    298 m from hotel
    25 Old Broad St, Tower 42

  6. Leadenhall Market

    This was the site of London’s enormous Roman basilica (seat of civic government), the largest north of the Alps. The current name comes from a medieval house here that had lead roofing

    468 m from hotel
    Gracechurch St.

  7. Duck & Waffle

    View is wonderful.

    483 m from hotel
    Heron Tower

  8. Sushisamba

    Visit in the evening for breathtaking views of London from up here. Friendly staff and reasonably priced cocktails.

    491 m from hotel
    110 Bishopsgate

  9. Museum of London

    The world’s largest museum of urban history documents the city’s development from Roman settlement to cosmopolitan metropolis. Attractions include the Lord Mayor’s State Coach.

    0.6 km from hotel
    150 London Wall

  10. Old Spitalfields Market

    Though not everyone is a fan of the recent redevelopment of Spitalfields (particularly those pushed out by the rising rents), the market has been afforded a new lease of life.

    0.9 km from hotel
    16 Horner Sq

  11. Ozone Coffee Roasters

    Great place! Wifi password is lovecoffee

    1.0 km from hotel
    11 Leonard St

  12. British Museum

    The British Museum began from the collection of naturalist Sir Hans Sloane which he left to the nation on his death in 1753. Now it houses 7 million objects including more than 100 Egyptian mummies.

    2.7 km from hotel
    Great Russell St

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