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The UK's second largest city, Birmingham has numerous golf hotels for you to choose from. It's also one of Europe's greenest cities, with just over 3,500 hectares of public open space spread across its leafy suburbs.
The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield – A Leading Birmingham Golf Hotel
One of the most prestigious golf hotels in the West Midlands, The Belfry prides itself on its impeccable customer service, and is less than 10 miles from Birmingham Airport. It has three excellent golf courses, a luxury spa and nightclub, and two restaurants serving superb local and international cuisine.
Attractions in Birmingham – a Few Recommendations
If you fancy some shopping when you're taking a break from the golf course, you could head to the Bullring, one of Britain's leading retail venues, which has dozens of high-end department stores, including a large Selfridges. See the iconic Big Brum clock tower of the Birmingham Council House overlooking Chamberlain Square and the Chamberlain Memorial, and consider visiting the family-oriented National Sea Life Centre or the acclaimed Birmingham Royal Ballet.
Golf Hotels nearer Birmingham City Centre
Stay at the pleasant three star Park Inn By Radisson Birmingham West M5 J1, which is in the historic town of West Bromwich, just a few miles to the northwest of Birmingham city centre. It's just metres from Sandwell Park Golf Club, and is a convenient choice for business travellers thanks to its good links to the M5 and M6. West Bromwich is also noted for The Public art gallery, and is home to the vast Sandwell Valley Country Park, a picturesque haven and a former Victorian farm.
Also conveniently located close to Birmingham Airport and the National Exhibition Centre, Solihull still has a strong independent identity and features some of Britain's most desirable residential streets. It's also noted for its flourishing Christmas market, and is the home of the Solihull Arts Complex, where you can see artworks from talented local and national artists. Solihull is also home to the tranquil Forest of Arden Marriot Hotel & Country Club, which offers tasty breakfasts, luxury bedding, and in-room tea and coffee-making facilities and en-suite bathrooms.