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Apex Hotels
Founded1996 (1996)
FounderNorman Springford
HeadquartersEdinburgh, Scotland, UK
Number of locations
5 cities, 10 hotels
Area served
United Kingdom

Apex Hotels Ltd is an operator of three star and four star hotels, owned by former accountant Norman Springford and his family.[1] Based in Edinburgh, the company operates ten hotels in the United Kingdom.[2]

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Hotel locations

Apex City of Bath Hotel
Apex City of Bath Hotel


Executive Chairman of Apex Hotels, Norman Springford, was previously an employee of the Inland Revenue and owner/operator of a number of public houses, bingo halls, and the Edinburgh Playhouse. In 1996 Norman opened his first hotel, the Apex International Hotel, in Edinburgh. The group now own 9 UK hotels across London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee.[3] In recent years, Apex Hotels re-opened the historic Waterloo Hotel on Edinburgh's Waterloo Place in March 2009,[4] and converted a former office block on Copthall Avenue near London Wall into the Apex London Wall Hotel in November 2009[5] and developed the Apex Temple Court Hotel at Serjeant's Inn on Fleet Street, which opened in March 2012.[6] The newest hotel to the group was the Apex City of Bath Hotel, which opened in September 2017.[7]

The Edinburgh Grassmarket hotel is used as a venue at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, managed by Sweet Venues.[8]


  1. ^ The Times - Norman Springford and family
  2. ^ Apex Hotel - List of Apex Hotels Archived 23 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Apex Hotels - About Archived 21 June 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ Ian Springford Architects - Apex Waterloo Place Hotel development Archived 27 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Ian Springford Architects - Apex London Wall Hotel development Archived 26 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ Ian Springford Architects - Apex Temple Court Hotel development Archived 2015-10-17 at the Wayback Machine.
  7. ^ Noble, Harriet (11 October 2017). "Have you seen Bath's newest (and BIGGEST) hotel?". Bath Chronicle. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
  8. ^ Edinburgh Guide

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