Hotel Door

A great choice for business travellers or people who need a quick and convenient getaway, this comfortable four star hotel is located on the doorstep of Birmingham International Airport.  With all areas and guest rooms featuring double glazing, you are guaranteed a relaxing stay, especially if you make use of the hotels fitness suite, modern bar and convenient restaurant.  In addition, there is a first class business centre with meeting rooms, modem access, copying and fax services and flipcharts.  The 24 hour reception is organised, friendly and can help you book any hotel facilities you may need during the course of your stay.

The guest rooms are well appointed and all feature air conditioning, en suite bathrooms with complementary toiletries, tea and coffee making facilities, a work desk with a lamp and internet access, a mini bar, cable and pay TV and additional sofa beds.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For romance

New Street is a pleasant and leafy boulevard where you and your beloved can stroll hand in hand, take in the bohemian atmosphere and ask the local buskers to play ‘your’ song.  This street has many, many jewellers located on it, just if you happen to be looking for a special piece for your significant other.

For families

Who says you can’t be near the sea in Birmingham?  See all that’s under the water at The Sea Life Centre, Birmingham.  For a colourful, fun and informative day for all the family whether young or old, this place brings aquatic life one step closer to you. With over 60 displays of fresh water and sea water displays, including turtles, sharks and tropical fish, this is the place to bring your budding little marine biologists.

For culture

Sutton Park is one of Europe’s largest urban parks at just over 2400 acres.  This magnificent leafy and green open space is located around 7 miles from the centre of Brum and features some great sculptures and statues to boot.

For shopping

Near New Street train station, The Pallisades Shopping Centre is another of Birmingham’s major shopping hubs. With every high street name you can think of, this is a great place to shop until you drop and has been since it opened in 1971.

For eating out

Opus is a simply sensational restaurant with its focus firmly on British food at its very, very best.  Seasonal ingredients are the order of the day here, and its lunchtime menus are a hit with locals and tourists alike.  Expect earthy food including game and locally sourced vegetables, as well as food with a twist.  Positively ambrosial!

For nightlife

Apres has a few locations dotted around Birmingham and the West Midlands, so you are never far from a hip but relaxed place to hang out with your friends.  Its easy going and the Scandinavian vibe draws you in and entices you to chill.