Jun 20, 2019 - Jun 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to stay in Birmingham
Known as England's second city, Birmingham is not normally renowned as a tourist destination but does have a number of attractions worth exploring by those who find themselves staying in the area.
Among the iconic architectural structures are the futuristic Library of Birmingham and the modern Bullring Shopping Center, while the city's Jewellery Quarter is a historic district responsible for the manufacture of around 40 per cent of British jewellery and is a great spot to pick up designs straight from the manufacturers' workshops.
Birmingham is also famous for Cadbury's chocolate and those with a sweet tooth will enjoy a visit to Cadbury World, although the city also has a reputation for the family-run restaurants available in what is known as the Balti Triangle.
Like the majority of British cities, Birmingham has a strong public transport network and visitors will find it easy to get around the city thanks to a mixture of buses, taxis and trams. Car rental in Birmingham is also an option.
Hotels in Birmingham
The popular Hyatt Regency Birmingham offers luxury accommodation in the heart of England's second city. The hotel is ideally placed for those looking to attend a concert at Symphony Hall, discover the shops of the famous Bullring or enjoy dining along the canal front of Brindleyplace. The four-star hotel also features the Amala Spa and Club with a traditional hammam, hot stone massages, manicures, a fitness center, a heated indoor pool and a sauna.
Located just ten minutes from the city center, the Hampton by Hilton Birmingham City North is set in Birmingham’s world famous Jewellery Quarter. The location is ideal for those visiting the National Indoor Arena and the International Convention Centre, while the city's famous Broad Street thoroughfare is within walking distance. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi and a fitness room.
The Ibis Budget Birmingham Centre is located in the heart of Birmingham's city center and keeps frills and extras to a minimum. Featuring some of the best room rates in Birmingham, the hotel is close to the city's many attractions with the Hippodrome Theater just ten minutes away, while the National SEA LIFE Center can be reached in around 20 minutes.
Further reading on the UK
Birmingham is such a great place to visit lots of shops history it has it all The new train station is a excellent place to go and shop it has a light open feel with upper floors I love going there The German Christmas markets was just there and was amazing
Birmingham is very famous and always crowded and popular. Every people like to see the Queen's Palace and watch the changing guard. Sometimes when it is raining, then they will cancelled the events and everyone so disappointed.
Birmingham is slowly turning around and is now a great place for a days shopping or nights drinking. There are also a some great restaurants. Be sure to check out the scene around the canal at the mail box.
Most people who visit England or the UK for that matter never leave London. By comparison Birmingham is tiny but sweet. It's nice to see a bit of what is going on in the rest of the country.