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Reviewed on 9 Mar 2020
Looking for a luxury casino hotel in England's cosmopolitan second city? Birmingham has a great selection of chic hotels with large casinos and other deluxe amenities, many of which provide easy access to the city's other entertainment venues.
Whether you choose a city-centre casino hotel in Birmingham or somewhere closer to the airport, you'll enjoy comfortable, deluxe accommodation with attractive décor and luxury bedding. Many rooms also have en-suite bathrooms equipped with free toiletries, and some hotels provide in-room tea and coffee-making facilities, free high-speed internet access, and TVs with satellite channels.
The world-famous Bullring, which had received more than 400 million visits by 2013, is home to one of Britain's few Selfridges department stores, and has more than 160 other department stores and a wide choice of cafés and restaurants serving various cuisine.
Close to plenty of luxury hotels, this is one of Britain's leading conference venues, hosting many prestigious events all year round. It's close to Birmingham New Street, which is also Britain's largest interchange train station and benefit from a multi-million pound refurbishment in the 2010s.
Known locally as The Rep, this much-loved theatre organises many major productions throughout the year in its three auditoria, and benefited from an extensive renovation in the 2010s due to the Library of Birmingham redevelopment. Fortunately, all casino hotels in Birmingham provide WiFi access, which means you can easily book tickets to venues like this straight from your accommodation.
Book a stay at the luxurious four star Genting Hotel, which has a casino, nightclub, and full-service spa, and elegant rooms with free WiFi. It's just minutes from the National Motorcycle Museum and NEC, and offers easy access to the national motorway network via the M42.
Birmingham casino hotels provide top-notch cuisine with a broad range of local and international dishes, as well as premium wines and beers. The city is also renowned for its thriving ‘Balti Triangle’ restaurants and Chinese Quarter.