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Booked stay at hotel La Tour and spent ages driving around busy Birmingham traffic trying to find it. Eventually found it had been renamed Hotel Clayton the old signage removed the day before. It would have been helpful to have been advised beforehand. Nevertheless splendid hotel and lovely ...
A beautiful hotel with a rustic feel. The lobby was very authentic. Superb breakfast in a beautiful conservatory, with excellent service. Nice bedroom with all the facilities.
Great setting, excellent pre-stay information, relaxing and carefully considered facilities provided. Breakfast hamper very useful. Modern decor and lovely and clean. Really enjoyed staying here.
Perfect for romantic weekends, exclusive business events, or stunning wedding receptions, Birmingham has plenty of charming luxury hotels and an impressive restaurant scene.
From the immaculate Hyatt Regency hotel to the chic and contemporary Jurys Inn Birmingham, the city has a wide range of luxury modern hotels with convenient transport links to the rest of the country and Birmingham Airport.
The city also has a number of historic luxury venues such as the MacDonald Burlington Hotel and the charismatic Paragon Hotel, both of which are close to the city's main railway stations and high-end boutiques. A little further northeast is the enchanting New Hall Hotel & Spa in Sutton Coldfield, which is an ideal choice for major wedding receptions and provides a complimentary full breakfast daily.
Book tickets to the exquisite Birmingham Royal Ballet, where you'll be treated to some of the finest ballet performances to be found anywhere in Britain. The city is also home to Symphony Hall, another world-class performance venue, and the International Convention Centre, which hosts many high-profile exhibitions and corporate events throughout the year and is in walking distance of several luxury hotels in Birmingham.
England’s ‘second city’ is proud of its remarkably diverse restaurant scene, and is home to one of the highest concentration of Indian and Chinese-themed restaurants in the country. The city also has a number of coveted Michelin Star venues such as the British-inspired Turners Restaurant in Harborne, Purnells restaurant on Cornwall Street, and fine-dining-themed Adam's Restaurant on Waterloo Street.
Visit the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, which are open all year round and feature beautiful flower displays and shrubbery. The city is also home to Sutton Park, which is best known for being one of Europe's biggest urban parks and is near the affluent residential neighbourhood of Sutton Coldfield. You can also enjoy a relaxing stroll around Cannon Hill Park, which is under two miles from Birmingham's city centre luxury hotels, and includes the Midlands Arts Centre and the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park zoo.