The 34 rooms at this boutique hotel have free wi-fi, waterfall showers, coffee machines and a pared-back aesthetic. Rooms are white-painted but livened up with colourful fabrics. There’s an equally modern restaurant and bar, and the hotel often has DJs or live music at weekends. The Jewellery Quarter location means that most of central Birmingham is a stroll away.
There’s no shortage of excellent hotels in Birmingham, so you’ve got no excuse not to make a weekend of it in England’s second-largest city. How else do you expect to tick off the many magnificent things to do here?
Knackered from wandering the city’s extensive waterways? Need to lie in a curry-induced coma after visiting the ‘Balti Triangle’? Or maybe you are planning a big night out and only plan to need a bed for three hours? These hotels are all conveniently located and ready to cater to your every need. And whether you want a beautiful independent, a reliable chain or some proper luxury, we’ve got all tastes covered.
Business or leisure, comfort is key and Brum’s best hotels offer it in abundance. Here’s where to stay in Birmingham the next time you’re in town.
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