This is a classy little hotel with 12 individually-designed rooms decked out with quirky furniture, feature wallpapers and fresh, modern fabrics. They all have free wi-fi, and some even have standalone baths. There’s a guest lounge with an honesty bar and a sister gastropub – also called the High Field – next door. The location – the well-heeled suburb of Edgbaston – is a more laid-back option than the city centre, and the Botanical Gardens are close by.
There is no shortage of excellent hotels in Birmingham, so there’s no excuse not to make a weekend of it in England’s second-largest city. How else are you going to cover the many magnificent things to do here? A night out in Birmingham is a must, and a comfortable hotel bed is the best way for a day in Brum to end. Whether you are travelling for business, leisure, or a strange combination of the two, the best hotels in Birmingham are on hand for a good night’s sleep (and an excellent breakfast, more often than not).