Two Apex Hotels in central London are set to bring a long-awaited summer of sport to life, giving dedicated and fair-weather fans alike the chance to some sporting buzz while the drinks flow.
Following the postponement of some of last year’s biggest events, the capital will be captivated by a bumper summer of athletic action including the UEFA Euros, Wimbledon and the Olympic Games – all of which will be beamed on big screens from two of the city’s alfresco food and drinks hot spots.
Situated on London’s Fleet Street, Apex Temple Court Hotel offers double the selection of outdoor spaces and viewing options, with Chambers Courtyard and the Secret Garden, both back by popular demand following their success in 2019.
Whether showing support for England, Scotland, Wales, or teams from further afield, footie fans can head to Chambers Courtyard to watch and experience every UEFA Euro 2021 nail-biting fixture along with a relaxed, casual tipple and moreish bar snacks from. Open from 12 noon until 10pm, seven days a week until late summer, the Courtyard big-screen will also show selected Wimbledon matches as well as the long-awaited Summer Olympic Games from 23rd July until 8th August.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the capital sits the Secret Garden which will be serving up Britain’s favourite tennis tournament from 28th June until 11th July. The secret is out! With no side-line silence, the Secret Garden is the perfect place to chat and cheers to summer sport with a chilled glass of Lanson or a classic cocktail. Also open 12 noon until 10pm, seven days a week, it’s super for alfresco wining and dining this summer.
Apex City of London Hotel’s Lampery Terrace is also getting in on the summer action – scoring a big screen with a firm focus on the footballing action. Open all week from 12 noon until 10pm, the terrace will kick-off the experience perfectly with a winning bar menu of Lampery classics until 9pm each evening, as well as keeping the drinks on tap. With something for everyone, we guarantee we can hit the back of the net!