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If you're visiting Birmingham for a well-earned romantic weekend or thinking of planning a wedding reception here, the city offers a superb selection of romantic hotels catering to every budget and taste.
Have a wander through the charming Jewellery Quarter, spend some time at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery or the Barber Institute of Fine Arts painting collection, and indulge in some delicious artisan chocolate at the renowned Chouchoute Chocolaterie at the Great Western Arcade. If you're visiting the city during the weeks leading up to Christmas, head to the famous Christmas German Market, where you can enjoy fantastic food and find a wide variety of hand-crafted souvenir items. For the ultimate romantic evening, book tickets to the Symphony Hall, one of the finest orchestra venues in the world, organising unforgettable live music performances, from classical to pop, all year round.
The centrally located Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre offers sophisticated contemporary accommodation with 24-hour room service and pillow menus, while the Novotel Birmingham City Centre also provides elegantly decorated rooms and is within walking distance to multiple visitor attractions. Alternatively, you could book a stay at the award-winning Belfry Hotel, in the leafy neighbourhood of Sutton Coldfield, which is just a few miles northeast of Birmingham city centre. This luxury venue is ideal for special romantic occasions and wedding receptions, and has a deluxe spa, immaculate rooms, and outstanding dining.
For excellent value for money, you could consider booking a room at the well-presented Britannia Hotel near New Street Station, or the friendly ibis budget Birmingham Centre on Great Colmore Street.
Book a romantic meal at the on of the city’s famous ‘Balti Triangle’ restaurants, just to the south of the city centre, where you can indulge in Balti cuisine from some of the city's most talented chefs. Birmingham also has several Michelin Star restaurants, an extensive number of Asian-themed restaurants in its lively Chinese Quarter, and dozens of other romantic venues serving many other cuisine from all over the world.