Do you want to experience England’s second city your own way? Do you want a flexible arrangement with the choice to eat in or go out? Do you want great value for money and accommodation which surrounds you with little bursts of luxury? If the answer is an unqualified ‘yes’ to all the above, then look no further than these superb four star apartments which, with their contemporary design and facilities, are the ideal choice for people visiting Birmingham for pleasure or for business guests.
All mod cons are provided to make your stay a comfortable one. With a secure reception and pay per use parking, these apartments are a home from home. The fully equipped kitchen including tea and coffee making facilities, a dishwasher, washing machine with dryer, microwave oven and crockery is a pleasure to use and enables you to save money and eat in rather than head out to restaurants should you prefer. The other areas of the apartment are equally as impressive with a plasma screen TV with cable and pay per view movies, an en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, a work station with lamp and internet access, a dining area, a lounge area, a CD player and CD library, a weekly cleaning service and complimentary fruit and mineral water. In addition, some business services are available on site including fax and photocopying service and a professional secretarial service.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The award winning ThinkTank Science Museum and is a great day out for all the family. With ten galleries of exhibits from the past, present and possible future this interactive, informative and rewarding place is a stimulating and exciting day out for all the family and will keep kids enthralled from beginning to end.
Head to Quaslett Park Golf Centre to improve your swing and have a lot of fun into the bargain! With its 58 bays in the two tired driving range, 9 hole golf course, golf tuition and bar this is an all round place for an alternative date.
St Phillips Cathedral is a fine Baroque style building with four elegant stained glass windows featuring stunning Pre Raphaelite design and splendour. With daily services and prayer, this is a lovely place to simply spend some quiet and reflective time as well.
The magnificent and iconic Bullring is Birmingham’s premier shopping destination and should not be missed by any self respecting shopper. Wear comfy shoes for the pounding they will take as you buzz from shop to shop and deep pockets.
For eating out
The Warehouse Cafe is a fabulous and inventive vegetarian cafe. A beacon amongst the drab buildings at this industrial location, the food served here is nothing short of miraculous, proving vegetarian food does not need to be uninspiring.
For night life
The Lord Clifden is located in the sparkling jewellery quarter is a CAMRA winning hostelry and also hosts an eclectic array of musicians from indie players to jazz trios. It is also home to a great collection of urban art, including works by the infamous Banksy and makes for a really cool night out.