Britannia Hotel Birmingham - N
This hotel is ideal for those wishing to be in the very heart of Birmingham city centre. The hotel is a little tired looking but very clean and tidy.
Collection Hotel Birmingham
The new Clarion Collection Hotel Birmingham has a great location just on the edge of the city centre. It is approximately 2miles from all the shops, bars and restaurants giving you good access to the city but some space away from it. The bedrooms are well sized and hold all the amenities you would expect, and have been designed in a contemporary style. This is a great property for business and leisure travellers.
Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham C
Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre provides guests with air conditioned studio and apartment accommodation. Each unit has a bathroom with bath or shower facilities and a well-stocked kitchen. All units come complete with a flat-screen
Surrounded by lively bars, shops and restaurants, Nitenite is a 15-minute walk from The Bullring Shopping Centre. The Mailbox is a 5-minute walk, and the NEC is a 20-minute drive away.
Ibis Styles Birmingham Center
Booking and cancellation policies vary by rate type. Please check all applicable rules prior to booking to avoid possible charges.
Hallmark Birmingham Strathalla
Great value for money close by Birmingham's famous landmarks such as the Bull ring and cricket ground. (DB 06/09)
Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Brindleyplace
A relaxed, fresh and stylish hotel which combines a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. The hotel represents great value for money coupled with fabulous location in the heart of Brindleyplace, and within easy reach of the vibrant city centre. (GW 08/2008)
A taste of culture in the centre of the city
As the second largest city outside of London, Birmingham is a thriving cultural epicentre. Recent revamps have seen the city's industrial edge softened by the addition of sleek, modern architecture, museums, galleries and markets. Along with the influx of culture, the city centre also boasts a variety of hotels with easy access to some of its best attractions.
Well known brands abound throughout the city, providing comfort, style and rates to suit all travellers. The Hyatt Regency is an upper end option within walking distance to the Ikon Gallery, Centenary Square and National Sea Life Centre. Ibis offers multiple budget-friendly locations, including the Ibis Styles Birmingham Centre just minutes from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Birmingham's dynamic nightlife
After a day of museums and galleries, you may want to let your hair down at one of Birmingham's many nightclubs. The city is known for its buzzing nightlife with a range of restaurants, clubs and pubs lining Broad Street. Accommodation close to the spoils is easily found.
The Novotel Birmingham sits in the centre of all the Broad Street action, offing its own on-site restaurant and lounge. The Jury's Inn and SACO Birmingham are two more Broad Street hotels. The former features an on-site bar, while the latter provides the convenience of premium serviced apartments.
Find the beauty in Birmingham
Birmingham's history is deeply rooted in its industrial past, but there is still beauty to be found amongst it all. Pedestrian walkways along the city's canals are great for an evening stroll or boat cruise, while Winterbourne House features seven beautiful gardens with paths and picnic areas to enjoy.
There are a handful of hotels that celebrate Birmingham's natural beauty, including The Conference Park from Venuebirmingham. It is located amidst lush parklands close by the Winterbourne House. Alternatively, the Hotel Indigo Birmingham offers modern beauty with expansive views over the city and access to the canal walkways.