This stylish and chic hotel in the heart of Birmingham is your ideal choice for a memorable stay. Whether your trip is concerning business or leisure, this gorgeous and stylish 4 star property will ensure comfort and satisfaction. A convenient, central location in the Second City will guarantee that you are just seconds away from all must-see attractions. A huge range of shops and stores, thriving culture and an infinite number of attractions make Birmingham a must-see destination. This prominent hotel has all of the necessary features needed for an unforgettable trip, and more. If you are looking for a professional business location to conduct business in a comfortable environment, look no further. This property boasts a business centre, which includes multiple conference rooms. All mod cons are available, ranging from audio/visual equipment, overhead projectors and an IT support centre. Alternatively, relax in the sauna after some hard work at the in-house gym. Other features include free Internet service, LCD TVs, and daily housekeeping amongst others, making this hotel an ideal destination.
Have an unforgettable shopping experience at the Bullring shopping centre. One of the busiest and liveliest shopping centres in the entire country, the Bullring was designed by world-renowned and international award winning design group, Benoy. See the Bullring’s breath-taking glass roof known as the “SkyPlane.” The centre will fulfil all of your shopping needs with eminent stores such as Selfridges, DKNY and Tommy Hilfiger. However, it is not only the Bullring that will be on your doorstep if you choose this hotel. You will also be just moments away from the Theatre district. Birmingham is renowned for its arts, notably the Birmingham Repertory Theatre which has operated since 1913. This theatre is noted for having launched the careers of icons such as Albert Finney and Laurence Olivier.
Throw yourself into the culture of this exciting city. The city has a large student population gathered from its six universities. Explore the history of the University of Birmingham, one of England’s six red brick universities, by taking a stroll through the campus grounds. The University is famous for its notable Alumni, including Neville Chamberlain. Attending the Barber Institute for Fine Arts is a must, as you will have the opportunity to marvel at works by Vincent Van Gogh and Claude Monet.
In the evenings, join the city’s vibrant nightlife by sampling the wonderful cuisine, or a drink at one of the many stylish bars. Purnell’s in the city centre, is a celebrated restaurant which will provide you with a taste of Michelin starred food. The Jam House is a popular venue, incorporating dazzling food and brilliant, live Jazz music. For a chilled drink, head to Bacchus, a gothic style cellar bar tucked away in the city centre, or head to the Pitcher and Piano for an enchanting view at a canal side bar.
The delights of Birmingham are not to be missed!