As the UK’s ‘Second City’, Birmingham is a premier destination for both business and leisure; boasting some of the country’s best shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities. This exceptional 4* Hot Rate hotel in the city’s famed Broad Street area is offering exclusive deals to Hotwire customers on its spacious, double en-suite guest rooms which come fully-equipped with the latest amenities and free high speed Wi-Fi. Hotel guests are free to indulge in a la carte cuisine in the stylish restaurant or work out in the modern onsite fitness centre, whilst all requests and enquiries are taken care of courtesy of the 24 hour concierge.
Birmingham’s Broad Street has traditionally been considered the heart of this sprawling metropolis, therefore hotel guests need not venture far to experience the best of what the city has to offer. Broad Street is a juxtaposition of Birmingham’s iconic red brick industrial architecture and dazzlingly modern glass skyscrapers, offering visitors an insight into the city’s vibrant past as a former manufacturing giant. As well as being littered with a host of popular nightclubs and trendy wine bars, Broad Street is also home to its very own Walk of Stars, modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which features famous ‘Brummies’ such as Ozzy Osbourne and Frank Skinner.
Located a stone’s throw away from the hotel in nearby Brindleyplace is Birmingham’s National Sea Life Centre, the perfect day-out for families. This vast aquarium features over 60 displays of marine wildlife, including giant green sea turtles, blacktip reef sharks, an interactive rock pool experience and even its own colony of penguins for children to enjoy.
Famously boasting more canals than Venice, Birmingham is unique for its multitude of waterways and quaysides upon which most of the city is set. Just a short walk along the Birmingham Canal Old Line is the city’s luxury Mailbox shopping centre, which houses upmarket department store Harvey Nichols, as well as the BBC Birmingham headquarters and an abundance of other chic fashion houses. The Mailbox also houses an array of sophisticated quayside restaurants and eateries which each offer a first-rate dining experience picturesquely overlooking the city’s canals.
Other shopping alternatives in the city include the large Bullring Shopping Centre, situated in between Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street stations. Used as a market since the Middle Ages, the Bullring today is one of the busiest malls in the UK and houses a Selfridges department store, as well as a host of other popular high street retailers.
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