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This modern and comfortable three star hotel represents fabulous value for money to any visitor to the city, especially as it is well located near the Bullring, the Mailbox and within striking distance of the New Street train station.  A great choice for business guests, this hotel incorporates a fully equipped business suite which offers users board, conference and meeting rooms with audio/visual equipment, flip charts, modem access, copying services and overhead projectors.  Limited pay per use parking is also bookable through the reception.  There is also a relaxing lobby bar available for guest use and an outdoor terrace for warm evenings.

All the guest bedrooms at this hotel have air conditioning, daily housekeeping, an en suite bathroom, interconnecting rooms for larger groups or families, pay per use TV, a flat screen TV, free internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryer.

Our top picks in the local area

For families

Birmingham Nature Centre is a firm family favourite locally as kids love the interaction between them and the animals which call this place home.  With domestic animals including goats, sheep and pigs and wildlife including beavers, otters, meerkats and a selection of small primates, this little gem of a find is a must do for any family while visiting the city.  Excellent value for money.

For romance

Gas Street Basin, while unromantically named, is in fact a brilliant place for hand held wanderings with your other half amongst the colourful narrow boats and waterways of this once commercial part of the city.  Not geared towards the more pleasurable side of life, this lovely area has numerous waterside cafes and bars in which you can relax, unwind and watch the world go by.

For culture

The Symphony Hall in ‘Brum’ is surprisingly often called ‘one of the finest in Europe’ thanks to its pitch perfect acoustics and floating base which is designed to minimise vibrations and disruptions from external sources. If you are lucky, you may be able to bluff your way in to listen to a rehearsal of whatever is on the schedule at the time. Don’t miss this one.

For shopping

The Bullring is a now iconic structure built in the centre of the city and is literally a shopper’s paradise.  Remember to wear your comfy shoes as you are likely to be on your feet all day in this mega homage to all things retail,

For eating out

You cannot visit Birmingham without visiting the famed Balti Triangle.  Adil is one of the oldest and the best in the area where you can sample the very best flavoursome and fresh traditional baltis’.

For nightlife

Bodega is a place with real Latin spirit.  Sip on tequila cocktails until your heart’s content and listen to great, soulful Latin music until the wee small hours.