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Birmingham City Hotels and Apartments

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Hotels and Apartments

Whether you’d like to stay in an opulent hotel on your Birmingham city break or want a budget-friendly apartment in Birmingham, the city has it all to cater your preferences. Many plush 4 and 5-star hotels are situated in the City Centre and the Broad Street and everything is available close by from bars and restaurants to shopping malls.

For backpackers and those looking for low cost holiday to Birmingham, the Livery Street is a great choice to stay as it offers a range of hostels, and apartments at quite cheaper rates. Overall, with a plenty of relaxed holiday homes, lavish hotels and budget-friendly hostels, finding your choice of accommodation in Birmingham will not a difficult task, given you do some advance booking and a little research about the neighbourhood before you visit the city. Enjoy your visit to this wonderful destination for a family holiday or a weekend gateway, staying in a world-class accommodation or beautiful Victorian townhouses, the choice is all yours!

About

Birmingham, the biggest city outside of London, can be found within the West Midlands, a county which is full of character. The city is home to one million people from diverse cultural and ethnic group that makes Birmingham the dynamic, multicultural city. Millions of travellers from around the world visit this city of England to explore its cultural and historical attractions including an extensive collection of museums, music halls, galleries and churches such as St. Paul’s Church and Birmingham Cathedral.

Today, Birmingham acts as an administrative, recreational, and cultural centre of England and it lies only 177 km northwest of London. During your Birmingham holiday, you can do lots of sightseeing, water sports explore renowned museums, historic churches and green spaces, entry of many of which are absolutely free. There are plenty of things to do in the city where there is no admission charge so cheap holiday to Birmingham is possible with some research and prior planning of the tour.

Where to stay

Birmingham has earned a reputation of being a city break destination where huge malls, a spectrum of galleries, chic restaurants and bars welcome the tourists to enjoy an exciting holiday. The city boasts beautiful Victorian style townhouses, luxury hotels and serviced apartments to meet the increasing demand of the tourists from all around the world.

You’ll find a range of excellent accommodation in Birmingham in the City Centre, Broad Street, Livery Street and Hagley Road. If you like to stay in a much quieter place and want a cheap hotel in Birmingham, then Livery Street and the adjacent Constitution Hill are the best pick. The area is also surrounded by historic landmarks. Broad street is a popular choice with visitors who wants to stay close to all the action as it boasts many party venues, restaurants and bars. However, the City Centre is where the visitors will find a mix of premium as well as budget-friendly hotel in Birmingham.

What to see

Birmingham city delights its visitors with an amazing number of cultural and historical attractions for your entire family to enjoy. From world-class museums to galleries shopping centres to lush green gardens, Birmingham has lot to offer.

Explore the innovation and creativity that has gone into making Birmingham city in Symphony Hall that features an auditorium and world-class acoustics or pay a visit to the National Motorcycle Museum, which is worth a visit for tourists who have a liking of beautiful machines.

If you are travelling with family, the National Sea Life Centre is a great choice as there is always something to do for children. Take a ride to the Shakespeare Express, which is a steam railway that runs throughout England. Relax and enjoy the views of the working farms, stylish villages, stations and waterways that will make it for a beautiful day out.

Nightlife

Europe’s youngest city boasts star-filled theatres, chic bars and nightclubs, comedy clubs and many other hottest nightspots to keep the party going even after the sun goes down. You’ll find a vibrant mix of pre-clubbing hot spots to live music venues, showcasing talented global superstars every night of the week. Young and older crowd can try out the pub quizzes with a few pints and a packet of crisps.

The stylish bars of Brindley place draw a huge number of crowd while mailbox is a hub of buzzing nightlife where flocked by locals as well as tourists alike for enjoying great food, music and drinks. How about trying something different at the Grosvenor Casino? The casino is a cool place and offers delicious food, best gaming and other entertainment opportunities. During your low cost holiday to Birmingham, you’ll will definitely enjoy a buzzing nightlife that caters to families, young crowds and group of friends.

Food and Drink

The city has got a selection of decent choices of places to eat and the fine dining eateries and restaurants that covers cuisines of over 30 countries all over the world. This reflects the city’s diverse food and drinking scene that can be enjoyed by every tourists during their Birmingham holiday.

Choose to dine in a sophisticated Michelin starred restaurant or delicious street-food in different local venues to explore the city’s best eateries in offer. Adams restaurant serves spectacular meal with spot-on dishes such as lamb, miso and more while Carters of Moseley is a small yet welcoming Michelin star restaurant where Chef-owner Brad Carter prepares imaginative and modern seasonal food.

Shopping

Birmingham city is a shopper’s paradise hence you must plan a day out to enjoy a complete retail therapy. The city is home to trendy shopping malls to designer department stores and pretty arcades full of independent boutiques. The major shopping destinations include Bullring, Grand Central, The Mailbox, House of Fraser and Selfridges. Visit these places and pick everything that you could ever imagine along with eating in cool cafes, bars and restaurants after you are done with the shopping.

Also, don’t miss out shopping at the Birmingham’s vibrant streets, popular jewellery quarter and markets selling fashion to homeware, electronics to a range of accessories. Tourists can splash the cash in some of the city’s most luxurious outlets as you’ll be spoilt for choices. The Mailbox is the most stylish retail option in the city, offering designer labels like Paul Smith and Hugo Boss. If you like urban vintage products, head to the Digbeth which offers quirky clothes and accessories.

Fast Facts about Birmingham City

  • Currency: Pound Sterling
  • Language: English
  • Nearest Airport: Birmingham Airport (BHX)
  • Direct Flight time from Dublin to Birmingham City: 55 minutes
  • Transfer time from airport to Birmingham City: 15 minutes
  • Time difference between Dublin and Birmingham City: No time difference


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Birmingham City Reviews

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10/10 Amazing

01 April 2013

lively and busy in a good way

We had access to all shops, restaurants, shopping centre, bars, clubs and other tourist attractions within walking distances, no need for taxis or buses unless you going outakirts

The best thing about my stay was ...

very good nights out and good for shopping

10/10 Amazing

04 May 2011

Young, Vibrant and trendy

lots to do! could never get bored, great for couples as there are lots of nice restaurants that overlook the canals which is quite romantic

The best thing about my stay was ...

shopping

10/10 Amazing

21 August 2011

Good place Birmingham

Great city

The best thing about my stay was ...

Bars, restaurants , canals

10/10 Amazing

06 April 2012

Great for shopping friendly modern city

Absolutely great fantastic shopping, loads of entertainment and nice welcoming people. Recommended

10/10 Amazing

26 April 2013

fantastic

great place to be

The best thing about my stay was ...

soooo much to do

10/10 Amazing

21 March 2011

Shopping and nightlife heaven

So many shops, so little time! And so bars and restaurants all on one main street. The canals are lovely to walk along or sit by with a glass of wine.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The bars by the canal

10/10 Amazing

17 April 2012

Wonderful

Vibrant, bustling, loads to do, brilliant shops, lots of history.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Full of character.

10/10 Amazing

19 September 2011

Birmingham City is Awesome top notch for food and drink

Good choice of food and the nightlife is great lots of fun and friendly people and a good police presence to deter any trouble.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Nightlife

8/10 Great

13 August 2012

Leisure

Plenty of entertainment

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping

8/10 Great

16 May 2011

Great location for shopping

Great location for shopping and located distance from train station is 2 mins

The best thing about my stay was ...

Cameleon - restaurant and dancing

8/10 Great

28 April 2011

Birmingham

very good

8/10 Great

25 May 2011

Fun days out

Plenty for all to do!!!!!

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping, Cadburys world, Sealife centre and much more

8/10 Great

07 October 2013

Vibrant city, with lefty to see and do.

Enjoyable nightlife, excellent choice of bars and restaurants. Lovely walks around the canals, with interesting sights to see along the way.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Friendly and fun night out.

8/10 Great

30 July 2012

Weekend workshop

Great City. Lots of shops and great places to eat- particularly at the Mailbox (also great for 'people watching'!) Friendly place which felt safe to walk around on your own.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Friendly people

8/10 Great

17 November 2011

birmingham

Busy city lots to do and see

The best thing about my stay was ...

Lots of things to do, a shoppers paradise and a great base for other locations like Stratford upo

8/10 Great

31 January 2011

upbeat thriving modern city

Birmingham has lot's of modern bars, restaurants and pubs to suit all. Lively and lot's to do. I found the city clean, modern and i rate the BullRing shopping centre one of the best in England.

The best thing about my stay was ...

the shopping

8/10 Great

19 December 2012

Good choice for a City Break

Plenty to do, and easy access by train to other attractions. Perfect location for a week-end break

The best thing about my stay was ...

Shopping; Theatres and National Indoor Arena + Broad street canal basin

8/10 Great

12 July 2011

Lively city

Lots of things on offer. Lively nightlife with a lot of options to cater for different tastes. Busy shopping districts and a lot of local sights to see.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The huge selection of restaurants

8/10 Great

28 June 2012

Fab!

Had a great time went to see Tony Bennett at the Symphony Hall then there was a free show in the center that was just amazing started at 10pm was part of the build up to the olympic,it was breathtaking,shoppping is great plenty of Bars and so many nice places to eat!

The best thing about my stay was ...

food venues!

8/10 Great

08 September 2013

Dramatic change

Birmingham city centre is looking better year by year.