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Hotels in Birmingham

Comfortable, hotels in Birmingham city centre and near to Birmingham. Birmingham is Britain's second largest city and it is a popular destination for both business trips and holidays. Birmingham is also home to Birmingham F.C. who play their home matches at St. Andrews Stadium in Birmingham. Birmingham has lots to offer its visitors and some of the tourist attractions in Birmingham are listed below.

Birmingham Tourist Attractions

Birmingham NEC, International Convention Centre, National Indoor Arena, Cadbury World, Blakeseley Hall, Aston Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Villa Park Stadium, Sarehole Mill, The Bullring, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Aston Hall, Balti Triangle, Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Glasshouses, Electric Cinema, Coughton Court, National Sea Life Centre, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Cole Valley / Project Kingfisher, Boer War Memorial, Highbury, St. Philip's Cathedral, Victoria Square, Three Wise Men, City Centre Gardens, Fox Hollies Park, Gas Street Basin, Horsefair Mural, Iron Man, Joseph Sturge Memorial, Birmingham Nature Centre, St. Chad's Cathedral, Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, Centenary Square, Five Ways Clock, Kings Heath Park, Nelson's Statue, Temple Gallery, Symphony Hall, Alexandra Theatre, Ironbridge, Aston Manor Road Transport Museum, Aston Park, Big Brum, Birmingham Railway Museum, Bond Gallery, Broad Street Gallery, Broadfield House Glass Museum, Chamberlain Square, Colmore Gate, Hagley Hall... Read more about Birmingham Tourist Information

The city of Birmingham in the West Midlands is the second most populated city in England, behind the city of London, with a population of over 1 million people. Birmingham is also the fourth-most visited city by foreign visitors in the UK, so there is plenty to see and do such as Stratford Upon Avon, Birmingham NEC, Birmingham Bull Ring, Gas Street, Cadbury World, Drayton Manor Theme Park and Tamworth Snow Dome.

Shopping in Birmingham

Shopping is well catered for in Birmingham which is no surprise at it is considered to be one of the best places to shop in the UK, behind London and Scotland. The £500 million Bullring shopping centre with its curved exterior is the busiest in the UK and its 160 shops include Debenhams, Selfridges and Apple.

Attracting people from all over the world to browse shop in fashion, audio & visual, books and music, toys and sports equipment, there is everything you could possibly need at the Bullring and you can easily spend a full day here. Fashion brands such as All Saints, French Connection, Karen Millen, Lacoste and Zara can be found at the Bullring, and for the premium brands The Mailbox shopping centre includes Hugo Boss, Emporio Armani, Bang & Olufsen and Harvey Nichols.

Jewellery Shopping in Birmingham

It's not just shopping centres either, Birmingham's world famous Jewellery Quarter is a conservation area and is the UK's number one jewellery destination and dates back over 250 years. Described as a unique historic environment in England, there are over 200 listed buildings in the area which is fascinating to wander around, and the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter is worth a visit with free daily guided tours. The Jewellery Quarter produces over 40% of the UK's jewellery.

Restaurants in Birmingham

After a hard days shopping, why not dine in style? Birmingham is the only English city outside London to have 3 Michelin star restaurants. If you plan to visit Birmingham from overseas then you may be able to fly to the impressive Birmingham International Airport - the sixth busiest airport in the UK, or if you are travelling by car use the excellent road network which includes the M6 motorway. There are extensive bus routes in and around Birmingham (some routes have up to 272 stops!) which means getting around Birmingham and its various attractions is quick, easy and cheap. Birmingham also has an excellent canal system with 35 miles of canals within the city, a unique and interesting way of getting about and Venice a little nearer to home!

Birmingham Football Clubs

Birmingham is home to the two premier league football clubs Aston Villa and Birmingham City FC. Enjoy a stadium tour, match or best of all a local derby match between the two clubs.

Museums in Birmingham

Birmingham is rife with culture - there are 6 free museums including the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery as well as a whooping 43 libraries across the city.

Birmingham Music and Comedy Venues

The town hall provides outstanding acoustics and accommodates pop, rock and comedy acts and regularly plays host to the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO).

Stately Homes near Birmingham

The recently re-opened Jacobean style stately home Aston Hall, the elegant 18th century Soho House, the timber framed Blakesley Hall and Sarehole Mill are all great historic sites that have their own story to tell.

Birmingham Zoo

The Birmingham Nature Centre is home to over 130 different species of animals, including red pandas, meerkats, lemurs, snakes and lizards, and a great day out in Birmingham for all the family.

Birmingham International Airport (BHX)

Birmingham International Airport is an airport in the west midlands which originally opened in 1939 and over the years has expanded to now have 2 terminals. Located south-east of Birmingham city centre, Birmingham International Airport is a quick and easy way of travelling to Birmingham.

These are excellent choices for hotels near Birmingham as both are just outside the city in the Warwickshire countryside yet are near enough to Birmingham International Airport and Birmingham city centre.

Birmingham International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in the UK, with airlines including Bmibaby, Flybe, Monarch Airlines and Ryanair flying to destinations including Europe, the Middle East and North America. The airport has a people mover called AirRail Link which links Birmingham International Airport with Birmingham International railway station and the Birmingham NEC. The system is fully automated, free to use and covers a length of 585 metres, taking passengers from the railway station over a dual carriageway and into the airport terminal buildings.

Birmingham International Airport has set out a plan of development up to the year 2030 as it looks to the future, which includes changes to the terminals, airfield layout and off-site infrastructure.

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Ramada Birmingham City Centre
160 Wharfside Street, The Mailbox/160, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
Located in the Mailbox leisure and shopping centre, the Ramada Birmingham City Centre is a glass fronted building overlooking Brimingham's canals. The 90 guestrooms have airy modern décor and blonde wood furniture. All offer television with pay movies, direct dial phones with free local calls, coffee/tea makers and wireless internet connections. Bathrooms have hair dryers and power showers.
Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 J7
Chapel Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
Offering 7 acres of landscaped grounds, free parking and easy motorway access, this hotel sits on the edge of a green belt, 11 km (7 miles) north of central Birmingham.
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham Oldbury M5 J2
Junction 2 M5 Birchley Pk, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
Just off the M5 motorway and only 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from Langley Green Railway Station, the modern Holiday Inn Express offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, and comfortable air-conditioned rooms.
Old Rose and Crown Hotel
Rose Hill, Lickey, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
The old rose and crown hotel is set in 400 acresof the lickey hills park offers excellentaccommodation, conference facilities and is theperfect wedding and banqueting venue. we have 11individually decorated bedrooms each has colourtv and tea / coffee making facilities.Its location is also superb for short breaks andweekend breaks in birmingham and worcestershirewith many local attractions within easy reach.
Cavalier House Hotel
202 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
The Cavalier House Hotel is located in the leafy suburb of Edgbaston, one mile from the centre of Birmingham, England. Birmingham Airport is situated eight miles away and the historic town of Stratford upon Avon is at a distance of 41 miles. Hotel Features. The Cavalier House Hotel is set in a Victorian grade II listed building, dating from 1854. The property extends to a private courtyard with a garden area.
City Nites
Kings Court Plaza, Townsend Way, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
City Nites is located in Birmingham, England, in a quiet residential area 100 metres from the National Indoor Arena and the International Convention Centre, and 300 metres from the boutique shops and entertainments of Brindley Place and Broad Street. Birmingham New Street railway station is 700 metres away, and Birmingham Airport is eight miles away. Hotel Features. City Nites is a five storey block of short and long stay suites.
Hampton by Hilton Birmingham Star City
Cuckoo Rd Heartlands Parkway, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
The Purple Hotel Birmingham is located off junction six of the M6 motorway in Birmingham. The hotel is one and a half miles from the Thinktank science centre, two miles from the National Indoor Arena and 11 miles from the National Exhibition Centre. Hotel Features. The modern purpose built Purple Hotel Birmingham is decorated throughout in a fresh, contemporary style with bright furnishings.
Plough & Harrow Hotel
135 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
In quiet grounds, less than a mile (1.6 km) from Birmingham's Broad Street and the National Indoor Arena (NIA), this traditional Victorian hotel offers good-value en suite rooms and free parking. In large, peaceful gardens, 2 miles (3.
The Birmingham Hotel
Poets Corner Golden Hillock Rd, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
The Days Hotel Birmingham, UK, is conveniently located near the National Exhibition Centre, one of the biggest exhibition centers in Europe. The Birmingham International Airport is only six miles and the Bullring Shopping Center is one mile. The Days Hotel Birmingham features an in house restaurant and bar. The business traveler will appreciate the extensively equipped conference center and wireless Internet access throughout the hotel.
Hyatt Regency Birmingham
2 Bridge Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, GB
The Hyatt Regency Birmingham is located in the centre of Birmingham, England, 100 metres from the Symphony Hall, 500 metres from the National Sealife Centre, and Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, and one mile from the Hippodrome. New Street train station is a mile away. Hotel Features.
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