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Located in Birmingham, 300 metres from Winterbourne House and Garden, Edgbaston Park Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. Immaculate, very comfortable and great value. We needed to stay near the university and the location is spot on!

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9.1
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2,504 reviews
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HK$ 685
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Offering a fitness centre, Staybridge Birmingham is located in Birmingham city centre. Free Wi-Fi access is available. It is in the city center. Very quiet. Staff was so helpfull.

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9.2
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2,779 reviews
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Within the Mailbox Complex, in Birmingham’s vibrant centre, AC Hotel by Marriott Birmingham, A Marriott Lifestyle Hotel has free WiFi, a Starbucks coffee shop and a stylish restaurant. Incredible location near plenty of good restaurants and shopping

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2,122 reviews
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Boasting a restaurant, bar, terrace and free WiFi, Frederick Street Townhouse is set in Birmingham, 500 metres from Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and 700 metres from Coffin Works. cosy, clean, beautiful, friendly people, nice breakfast - perfekt!

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245 reviews
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HK$ 695
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The High Field Town House features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Birmingham. Great rooms and lovely food at The Highfield

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9.3
Superb
375 reviews
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Clover Spa and Hotel boasts a fully equipped European-style spa, where clothing is optional. Friendly lovley staff who wanted us to have a good a time and couldn't do enough for us.

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76 reviews
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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. It’s a very new and modern hotel with nice rooms and nice furniture! It’s very clean and you have everything you need in the room. The breakfast is included and I liked it because there was a nice variety of food and drinks. The staff is really friendly as well. Nothing to complain about!

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8.9
Fabulous
3,835 reviews
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HK$ 564
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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 5-minute walk to shops, bars and... It looks amazing for a budget hotel. Right in the middle of the city.

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8.4
Very good
3,050 reviews
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HK$ 262
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Ibis Styles Birmingham Hagley Road is situated less than 10 minutes' drive from Birmingham city centre, and features free WiFi as well as free on-site parking. The two ladies on the desk during the late shift were so helpful and again in the morning :) Everything that was requested was fulfilled.

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8.2
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2,555 reviews
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HK$ 403
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Featuring a bar, The Briar Rose Wetherspoon is located in Birmingham in the West Midlands region, 400 metres from Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and less than 1 km from Coffin Works. Location of the hotel. It was very close to Birmingham new street railway station, Bull ring, High street and many restaurants Value for money - The room was comfy for the price we paid

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8.6
Fabulous
3,283 reviews
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HK$ 393
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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.

网上体彩投注appThe 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.

网上体彩投注appJust 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.

网上体彩投注appThe 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.

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