Sutton Coldfield area hotel - Hotwire

Sutton Coldfield area hotel – Hotwire

Sutton Coldfield area hotel – Hotwire

The quaint, historic town of Sutton Coldfield offers holidaymakers and business travellers distinguished, premium hotel accommodation within reach of the sprawling metropolis of Birmingham. This Hot Rate hotel’s spacious, well-appointed double en-suite guest rooms, equipped with free Wi-Fi and convenient amenities, are exclusively available to Hotwire customers at reduced rates by booking online today. This hotel guarantees its guests complete rest and relaxation courtesy of its inviting indoor pool, modern fitness suite, picturesque golf course, indulgent spa and sophisticated a la carte restaurant with adjacent cocktail bar. Friendly, helpful hotel staff man the hotel concierge 24 hours a day in order to warmly welcome guests and answer any requests or enquiries.

Situated just 8 miles northeast of Birmingham’s bustling city centre, this ancient town enjoys a colourful history dating back to its inception as a former Roman settlement. Featuring pretty, cobbled streets lined with period Tudor architecture, charming cafes and quirky gift shops, hotel guests needn’t journey far to experience this typically English town. Sutton Coldfield lies on the fringes of the breathtaking Sutton Park National Nature Reserve, Europe’s largest urban park. Spanning 2,400 acres of pristine parkland, marshes, wetlands, lakes and ancient woodland, Sutton Park is ideal for those seeking to enjoy the great outdoors and take a break from the fast pace of the city. The reserve is also home to a highly regarded 18-hole golf course, a donkey sanctuary, several restaurants and a choice of children’s adventure playgrounds.

With its own railway station connecting Sutton Coldfield to Birmingham, hotel guests can be in the heart of the city within a matter of minutes. Characterised by its network of canals, picturesque quaysides and Industrial Revolution era redbrick architecture, Birmingham is widely regarded as UK’s ‘Second City’ owing to the abundance of things to do and see for tourists. Whilst shopaholics wanting to indulge in some serious retail therapy can head to the huge Bullring or Mailbox shopping centres, entertainment enthusiasts can attend a classical recital at the internationally renowned Symphony Hall or enjoy an acclaimed show at the city’s leading Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Food lovers will also love Birmingham’s famed Balti Triangle; an area south of the city populated with highly regarded, authentic curry houses.

Those holidaying with children will enjoy the choice of fun-filled family attractions centred in and on the city centre. One of the most popular of these is undoubtedly the National Sea Life Centre, located in Brindleyplace. The aquarium boasts a wealth of marine life, from green sea turtles to sting rays, and makes for an exciting and educational day out.