Meet Bath’s new hotel team.

Apex City of Bath Hotel, the city’s largest hotel, has unveiled the team who will welcome its first guests in the coming weeks.

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General Manager Tim O’Sullivan has enlisted a strong and experienced management team to lead the rest of the enthusiastic individuals working at the 177-bedroom property, which is gearing up to open its doors.

Apex City of Bath Team 1
Apex City of Bath Team 1: Back Row (l-r): Head Chef Ben Abercrombie, Sales Manager Phil Bailey, Director of Sales & Marketing Amanda Jones and Maintenance Manager Tim Peacock. Front Row (l-r): Head Housekeeper Agnes Cserteg, Conference & Banqueting Manager Jon Smith-Lane, Front Office Manager Amy Rowbotham, General Manager Tim O’Sullivan, Events Manager Sara Walker and Food & Beverage Manager Stephanie Martin-Frouillou

The £35million hotel, on the corner of James Street West, will be the city’s largest in terms of bedrooms as well as being Bath’s only purpose-built conference centre with capacity for up to 400 delegates.

It will be Apex’s tenth property in the UK, and it’s first in England outside of London.

The unveiling of the team comes following an extensive recruitment drive, including regional fairs, which sought to find the perfect mix of experienced team members and those looking to kick-start a career in hospitality.

Tim O’Sullivan, General Manager of Apex City of Bath Hotel, said: “I’m thrilled to introduce the team that will offer our guests a warm welcome to this first-class hotel. The standard of applicants was exceptionally high and we had a tough job choosing the people to fill the final roles.

Apex City of Bath Team 2
Apex City of Bath Team 2: L-R: Maintenance Manager Tim Peacock, Sales Manager Phil Bailey, Front Office Manager Amy Rowbotham, Conference & Banqueting Manager Jon Smith-Lane, General Manager Tim O’Sullivan, Food & Beverage Manager Stephanie Martin-Frouillou, Events Manager Sara Walker, Director of Sales and Marketing Amanda Jones, Head Housekeeper Agnes Cserteg and Head Chef Ben Abercrombie

“This is yet another milestone on our exciting journey, and I can’t wait for guests and visitors from the local area and further afield to meet our team in person.

“They are a talented group, with plenty of experience as well as enthusiasm. They’ve settled into their roles very well and are looking forward to greeting and looking after our guests over the coming weeks.”

Amy Rowbotham of Bristol is just one of the members of the team, and is taking on what she calls her biggest role yet at Apex City of Bath Hotel – as Front Office Manager.

She said: “I’ve worked in hospitality for a number of years and have experienced a few different roles in my time, but this is definitely the biggest one I’ve ever taken on. It’ll be challenging but exciting.

“I’m most looking forward to meeting our new neighbours, working with local businesses and creating relationships with our guests – as well as showing off our stylish new hotel.”

The four-star Apex City of Bath Hotel will boast 177 bedrooms, restaurant, bar, gymnasium and pool alongside Bath’s only purpose-built city centre conference facility for up to 400 guests. The hotel is ideally located within easy reach of tourist destinations with the world famous Roman Baths situated just a five minute walk away.


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