Our relationship has gone from strength to strength since we opened Pure Spa & Beauty at Apex Waterloo Place Hotel in Edinburgh in 2015, and we’re hoping to emulate that success here in the middle of the bustling, buzzing city of London
– Becky Woodhouse
Work has been completed on a £1.5m refurbishment programme at the 209-bedroom Apex City of London Hotel.
The nine-month project saw the hotel’s public areas and largest meeting room given a makeover – with a new restaurant and spa incorporated into the property for both guests and locals.
The new restaurant, The Lampery, features a concept spearheaded by hospitality and events company Concerto, in partnership with Apex Hotels.
“Following the addition of 30 bedrooms just two years ago, the refurbishment has transformed the hotel, with the inclusion of an indulgent spa and food offering that will appeal to locals as well as hotel guests,” said Brian Tapson, general manager of Apex City of London Hotel.
The main lobby and reception have also been fully refurbished.
The hotel has partnered with Pure Spa & Beauty to introduce five treatment rooms, an infrared sauna, manicure and pedicure bars, a spray tan booth, relaxation area and retail space.
“Not only does it represent our eighth UK facility, but it also signals the continuation of a fantastic partnership with Apex Hotels," said Pure Spa & Beauty CEO Becky Woodhouse.
The hotel's partnership with the spa brand began in 2015, with the development of a spa at Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, in Edinburgh.