Hotels and more in Birmingham

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  • £52.15

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    Holiday Inn Express - Birmingham - City Centre, Birmingham
    9.0 Superb 2,755 reviews
    Description Holiday Inn Express - Birmingham - City Centre provides free WiFi and rooms with air conditioning in Birmingham. Among the various facilities are a shared lounge and a bar.
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    "The motel is immaculate the room was very clean, spacious and the beds were comfortable. It is walking distance to a range of restaurants and shops. Breakfast buffet was brilliant. I cannot fault this place and will definitely stay here again."

    Happy traveller. Australia
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  • £72

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    Staybridge Suites Birmingham, Birmingham
    9.2 Superb 2,171 reviews
    Description Offering a fitness centre, Staybridge Birmingham is located in Birmingham city centre. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
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    "Very large room, large bathroom and fully fitted kitchen (which we didn't use). Staff were very friendly and helpful. They gave a good recommendation for a restaurant for dinner. Breakfast was excellent,..."

    B. Claire. Italy
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  • £63

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    AC Hotel Birmingham, A Marriott Lifestyle Hotel, Birmingham
    9.0 Superb 2,324 reviews
    Description Within the Mailbox Complex, in Birmingham’s vibrant centre, AC Hotel Birmingham, A Marriott Lifestyle Hotel has free WiFi, a Starbucks coffee shop and a stylish restaurant.
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    "From checking in, to checking out the staff are perfect and very friendly. Location was perfect for shopping, eating and drinking. Discount also from parking in the mailbox car park. Not forgetting the..."

    Justin. United Kingdom
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  • £90

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    The High Field Town House, Birmingham

    The High Field Town House

    Edgbaston, Birmingham

    9.3 Superb 261 reviews
    Description Featuring a shared lounge, The High Field Town House is situated in Birmingham in the West Midlands region, 1.1 km from Broad Street and a 14-minute walk from Brindleyplace.
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    "The room, location, breakfast and overall experience was excellent. I especially like that the check in was automated, which was ideal for me as my ETA changed, as I wasn’t sure to begin with anyway."

    Victor. United Kingdom
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  • £125

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    The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel, Birmingham

    The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel

    Edgbaston, Birmingham

    9.1 Superb 262 reviews
    Description Set in Birmingham, 1.1 km from Broad Street, The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel features a garden and rooms with free WiFi access.
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    "The room was really nice and spacious. Great decorating, felt like the set of the Great Gatsby! Great bar with an excellent selection of cocktails."

    Tijana. Switzerland
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  • £28.99

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    easyHotel Birmingham, Birmingham

    easyHotel Birmingham

    Birmingham Shopping District, Birmingham

    8.3 Very good 3,313 reviews
    Description Located just a 3-minute walk to Birmingham New Street Station (south exit), easyHotel Birmingham offers budget accommodation is in the heart of Birmingham, within a 6-minute walk to shops, bars and...
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    "The cleaniness of the room and the location to transport"

    Eric. South Africa
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Birmingham was highly rated for shopping by 19,815 guests from the United Kingdom! Birmingham travel guide

Top-Class Shopping, Culture and Sport

The UK's 2nd largest city, Birmingham is one of its top cultural centres. Well-known for the M6 Spaghetti Junction interchange, it is a surprisingly green city with lots of open spaces.

Most city centre hotels in Birmingham are near New Street Station. To the east is the futuristic architecture of the new Bull Ring shopping centre, and just behind is Digbeth Coach Station. To the west is Victoria Square, home of the town hall and a German Christmas Market.

The Mailbox is one of the newest additions to the Birmingham shopping scene, and behind it is one of the canals converging on the Gas Street Basin. By one canal are the ICC (International Convention Centre) and the NIA (National Indoor Arena), both venues that host major events.

Just opposite is Brindleyplace, a canal-front complex of restaurants, bars and hotels near Broad Street – the main nightlife area. It is popular with students at nearby Birmingham University, whose clock tower is modelled on the one in Siena. Just south in Bournville is Cadbury World, and there are several hotels on Hagley Road to the north, which are available on Booking.com.

The city is also known for sports – Aston Villa and Birmingham City are the top football clubs, while Edgbaston Cricket Ground hosts international matches. Other Birmingham attractions include Hockley’s Jewellery Quarter and the NEC arena by Birmingham International Airport.