This accommodation listed as Temple Luxury Apartments and Rooms with a picture of a very glamorous and well appointed bedroom. Upon arrival at the accommodation I was met by the representative, Ivan, who was very charming and well informed. He took me to the apartment and I have to say I was, initially, very disappointed. The building was far from 'luxury' and the room (not an apartment) was very basic.
A double bed, two singles pushed together, with not particularly comfortable pillows and very cheap feeling duvets and bedding. There is a water heater in the bathroom which is very efficient once I had figured out how to switch it on to heat the water although no toiletries provided which I would expect in 'luxury' accommodation!
There was a tray of tea and coffee and a kettle and cups, however only two sachets of coffee which were not replenished (there seemed to be no daily service at this particular room)
After my initial disappointment, however, I settled into the room and found it reasonably comfortable, at least the air-conditioning was efficient!
It seems there are several rooms and apartments under the umbrella of Luxury Temple Apartments as this accommodation is not at the address listed on the website and as mentioned previously this was not an apartment but a room and I would have expected more when one is paying almost £100 per night!