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A gem of a hotel in the heart of Birmingham

hotel doorUncompromised quality is the key to each of the 52 designer rooms at this 4 star hotel.  This place will leave you feeling refreshed, especially if you take advantage of the tranquil spa and leisure facilities where sensory experiences to nourish your soul and skin are on offer (from an hour’s treatment to a full day) all designed with the aim to help you detoxify and relax.

Each guest room is well thought out with your comfort in mind, designed to make every aspect of your stay exceptional. Air conditioning, Wi-Fi, LCD televisions, media centres and the most comfortable beds in Birmingham are available in all rooms.  The addition of the welcoming and helpful staff further enhance the charms of this hotel, along with the brilliant Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill with its 360 degree rooftop terrace and glazed dining balcony.  The menu is eclectic and by using fresh and seasonal produce the chef and the restaurant team serve delectable dishes every day of the week, coupled with first class service.

A wharf side and central location make a stay in this hotel a treat.  A short stroll in any direction will take you to a multitude of attractions, shops, dining options and commerce centres making this an ideal base for either business or pleasure, with the Birmingham New Street train station a short taxi ride or walk away and Birmingham International Airport being approximately one mile from the door.

In the local area

From a small Anglo Saxon village to the largest British city outside London, Birmingham is a city on the move in more ways than one. An industrial past co exists in harmony with its present and future, making it an exciting and exhilarating city to visit either on business or for pleasure.

Nowhere is the forward facing future more evident than at the Bullring.  This fantastically designed shopping and leisure centre is the new beating heart of Birmingham and offers visitors a huge range of shopping and dining options within its 40 acre site.  It is a shopaholic’s paradise, with over 160 shops and boutiques to explore, from large names through to independent ones, the Bullring will have something for everyone.

For other entertainments, the National Indoor Arena is hard to beat.  Since its opening in 1991, music, sporting and stand up stars regularly feature on the agenda at this multipurpose and versatile space, which also plays host to conferences and other spectacular events. The NIA sits snugly by one of Birmingham’s many miles of canals.  If the Bullring is the beating heart of this city, then the canals are its renewed lifeblood, with a plethora of cafes, restaurants and bars springing up alongside them, bringing a fun but relaxed vibe to the area.

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