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Located in Edgbaston, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hagley Road and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. International Convention Centre (ICC) and University ...
£33 per night for 2 guestsCollection Hotel Birmingham£33
Situated in Birmingham, this hotel is close to University of Birmingham, International Convention Centre (ICC) and Cannon Hill Park. Also nearby are Birmingham ...
£50 per night for 2 guestsEdgbaston Park Hotel & Conference Centre£50
Located in Birmingham City Centre, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Chinese Quarter, The Mailbox and Alexandra Theatre (the Alex). Birmingham Hippodrome ...
£39 per night for 2 guestspentahotel Birmingham£39
Located in Edgbaston, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Hagley Road and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. International Convention Centre (ICC) and Arena ...
£31 per night for 2 guestsHallmark Hotel Birmingham Strathallan£31
Located in Birmingham City Centre, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham Cathedral and Birmingham Hippodrome. The Mailbox ...
£59 per night for 2 guestsClayton Hotel Birmingham£59
Located in Birmingham City Centre, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Aston University, Bullring Shopping Centre and International Convention Centre (ICC). ...
£46 per night for 2 guestsConference Aston Hotel£46
Located in Birmingham City Centre, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Corporation Street, Victoria Square and Birmingham Cathedral. Bullring Shopping Centre ...
£58 per night for 2 guestsMacdonald Burlington Hotel£58
By many measures, Birmingham, England’s second city, is one of the top destinations in the UK for culture and the arts. It’s also got a proud sporting heritage, a thriving food and drink scene, as well as some fantastic opportunities to engage in a bit of retail therapy. Put simply, Birmingham has enough to keep visitors of all tastes occupied, and its wide choice of hotels makes it the perfect city for a weekend break or a longer stay.
Although a bustling city, Birmingham has an undeniably urban character, with a fantastic array of scenic parks to explore. There's the vast meadows and woodlands of Sutton Park to the north, and the beautifully preserved landscaped gardens of Kings Heath Park further south. Birmingham is also home to the attractive 63-acre Handsworth Park, the modern Eastside City Park with its special Science Garden. A visit to the city should also include a wander around the spectacular Botanical Gardens. For easy access, choose a hotel near Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
Traditionally known for its thriving jewellery businesses, the Jewellery Quarter is one of Birmingham's best-preserved heritage districts, with dozens of listed buildings of historic importance. See the impressive 18th-century St Paul's Church, the collection by the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, and the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter's local history exhibition. If you’re looking to stay in this desirable part of town, consider Bloc Hotel Birmingham.
Overlooked by the iconic, neoclassical Council House and the grand Birmingham Town Hall, Victoria Square marks the geographical centre of the city and is within walking distance of several hotels, such as the elegant four-star Macdonald Burlington Hotel .The square was redeveloped in the late 20th century and officially reopened in 1994 by Diana, Princess of Wales. At its centre is The River, an ornate fountain sculpture. Each year, the square celebrates the acclaimed Frankfurt Christmas Market, where you can find a fantastic range of artwork, German food, jewellery, clothing and other hand-crafted souvenirs.
This handsome model village, one of the most desirable places to live in Britain according to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, is home to many fine cottages, houses, charming hotels and B&Bs. It was developed and named by the Cadbury family, who worked here from the 19th century onwards, having built their world-renowned chocolate and cocoa factory.
You can learn about the development of the world's most famous chocolate brand at Cadbury World. Opened to the public in 1990, this self-guided attraction welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, and also has a sister park in Dunedin, New Zealand. Explore more than a dozen zones illustrating the history of chocolate, including the special 4D Chocolate Adventure. Our hotels near Bournville are great for chocoholics.
One of the most prominent shopping centres in Britain, the Bullring is particularly famous for its Selfridges store, which has an eye-catching ‘bubble wrap’ design – it comprises 15,500 tonnes of steel, and 15,000 aluminium disks cover its exterior. If shopping is going to be high on your agenda during your time in Birmingham, consider a hotel near the Bullring shopping centre.
As you’d expect from the country’s second-largest city, there is a great range of business hotels in Birmingham. Many of these are in the city centre, but there’s a good chance you’ll also be heading to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) on the outskirts of Birmingham, Britain's largest trade and consumer exhibition venue. If you’re attending a business event at the NEC, be sure to check out our selection of hotels near the National Exhibition Centre.
Birmingham is a well-connected city, with a variety of options when it comes to getting around. The most extensive of these is the bus network, which connects all areas of the city. Major areas like Bournville and the Jewellery Quarter are also connected by overland train, while there is a single tram line which runs between Wolverhampton and Snow Hill, passing through many areas of central Birmingham en route.