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Martineau Place Corporation Street Birmingham, B2 4UW
Four star accommodation situated in Birmingham city centre. The Bullring Shopping Centre is just a 5-minutes walk and Birmingham New Street train station is only a 5-minutes walk from the Staybridge... Read more
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200 Broad Street, B15 1SU
Opened in 2012, the Hotel Hampton By Hilton Birmingham Broad Street is a stylish and modern hotel located in the heart of England's second most populous city. Since the Middle Ages, shoppers have... Read more
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245, Broad Street, B1 2HQ
The Hotel Jurys Inn Birmingham is a modern 3 star hotel that offers 445 spacious guestrooms, 20 well equipped conference rooms for business meetings or seminars, a cozy bar and a restaurant where... Read more
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Bickenhill Lane, B40 1PJ
The Ibis Styles Birmingham Airport NEC is a modern hotel in an excellent location within walking distance of the NEC, Birmingham Airport and Birmingham train station. The hotel is a boutique style... Read more
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Birmingham Airport , B26 3QL West Midlands
The Novotel Birmingham Airport is a 4 star hotel located at Birmingham Airport. The hotel has an unrivalled location situated directly opposite the 2 passenger terminals, and is a complimentary 90... Read more
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200 Wharfside Street, BIRMINGHAM
With a unique modern exterior, the 4-star Hotel Indigo has a colourful retro décor and is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Birmingham New Street Rail Station. Panoramic city views can be enjoyed from... Read more
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Aston University - Aston Triangle, B4 7ET
The main restaurant at Aston Conference Centre serves a varied menu featuring locally sourced produce, while snacks are served all day in the bar. After dinner, guests can relax in the lounge area,... Read more
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Walmley Road, B76 1QX Sutton Coldfield
The 12th century New Hall is the oldest inhabited moated manor house in England, offering the best of traditional and aristocratic living with a sparkling, modern twist. It's the small touches that... Read more
225 Hagley Road, B16 9YR
With an excellent selection of function rooms, ranging from executive-style boardrooms to a suite seating 170, the Menzies Strathallan can accommodate a wide range of meetings, as well as... Read more
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Discover BirminghamBirmingham is located in the center of England, about 163 miles from London, in the county of West Midlands, and is the second largest city by population in the United Kingdom.
Among the many beauties of Birmingham, visited thanks to the special HotelsClick, you can relax for the whole holiday. Among our listings you will find offers for every kind of need among hotels in Birmingham.
To visit Birmingham, other hotels at which you can stay are:
Hotel Nine Elms - 193 Chester Road, Birmingham United Kingdom
Corus Hotel Solihull - Stratford Road, Birmingham United Kingdom
Hotel Premier Inn Birmingham city (waterloo street) - Waterloo Street, Birmingham United Kingdom
The city spreads between the channels that run along the walls of modern buildings, enriched by local boutiques, Birmingham looks like a postcard. Birmingham thanks to the industrial revolution, had the first license for the opening of the city market, the Bull Ring, that still exists today. Birmingham today is a modern and cosmopolitan city dominated by new buildings that blend with the remnants of the past.
The city has many places of interest for an experience that can be proven strolling through its streets, along the canals, touring with the boats, in the squares, which consists of buildings of surprising such as: the Cathedral of St. Philip, the building Aston Hall, the Church of St. Paul and in particular the Town Hall and Perrot's Folly.
The oldest buildings date back to medieval Birmingham and the parish church of St Martin and the Old Crown pub. The downtown area is mainly developed in surrounding New Street, at the end of which is Victoria Square, the City Museum and Art Gallery. But the buildings that represent the most contemporary soul are those arising most recently, as the Selfridges building, a structure of irregular shape on which they were applied thousands of reflective discs.
To spend a day with your family, Birmingham is also a city full of museums, Sweet teeth where you can experience the pleasures of chocolate and the Cadbury World, the largest aquarium in the country.