My son used to wake up for a bottle at that age around 11pm to 2pm. He goes down around 6pm and wakes up 6pm (plus in between). I started giving him a bottle before I went to bed at 9:30pm which seemed to work, and then another when he woke up in the morning. He then slowly weaned himsel off the 9:30pm bottle.
He's 14 months now and has been waking up due to teething. And I still have to get up regularly otherwise for I don't know what reason sometimes, like thirsty, hot, lost dummy or at times who knows!
. If you want to wean him off some of the bottles during the night try giving water instead, he's probably just thirsty. And if he takes a dummy, leave a few in a corner of his cot where he can find them. For the morning thing try leaving toys in the cot (I found my son wasn't interested in teddies either) try those bath books (he cant tear them up) or some other interesting toys, that way you may get an extra half hour in bed for yourself. I also gave him a cloth nappy to keep in there kind of like a security blanket, an he quiet likes that. But he always needs a dummy to go to sleep.
I hope some of my ideas may help? Good luck and I know how you feel.
Kristina, Mum of James 3yrs & Matilda 14 months