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Edgbaston Palace Hotel
Hagley Road 198-200
B16 9PQ Birmingham
5.3 / 10
from £ 39
Hotel La Tour
Albert Street 106
B5 5LG Birmingham
8.5 / 10
from £ 79
Paragon Hotel
145 Alcester Street
B12 0PJ Birmingham
4.8 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - Snow Hill
1 Snow Hill Plaza,St Chads, Queensway
B4 6HY Birmingham
8.8 / 10
Quality Hotel Birmingham South/NEC
49 Sherbourne Road
B27 6DX Birmingham
5.4 / 10
from £ 40
Britannia Birmingham
6 Union Passage, New Street
B2 4RX Birmingham
6.4 / 10
from £ 29
Clarion Collection Birmingham
263 Hagley Road
B16 9NA Birmingham
7.1 / 10
from £ 40
Pentahotel Birmingham
Ernest Street 6-8
B1 1NS Birmingham
8.4 / 10
from £ 62
Prince Hotel
Stanmore Road 4
B16 9TA Birmingham
from £ 45
Nitenite Cityhotel
Holliday Street 18
B1 1TB Birmingham
7.3 / 10
from £ 41
Quality Hotel Birmingham
166 Hagley Road
B16 9NZ Birmingham
7.5 / 10
from £ 36
Fairlawns Classic Hotel and Spa
178 Little Aston Road
WS9 0NU Birmingham
7.1 / 10
from £ 76
Macdonald Burlington Hotel
Burlington Arcade, 126 New Street
B2 4JQ Birmingham
8.6 / 10
from £ 70
Comfort Inn Birmingham
Station Street
B5 4DY Birmingham
6.8 / 10
from £ 32
The Great Barr Hotel
Pear Tree Drive
B43 6HS Birmingham
0.0 / 10
from £ 40
Campanile Hotel Birmingham
Chester Street
B6 4BE Birmingham
6.9 / 10
from £ 38
Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport
Coventry Road
B26 3QW Birmingham
6.5 / 10
Crowne Plaza Hotel Birmingham City Centre
Central Square,Holliday Street
B1 1HH Birmingham
7.8 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - South A45
1270 Coventry Road,Yardley
B25 8BJ Birmingham
7.6 / 10
Holiday Inn Birmingham M6, JCT.7
Chapel Lane,Great Barr
B43 7BG Birmingham
5.9 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham N.E.C
Birmingham Nec,Bickenhill Parkway
B40 1QA Birmingham
6.2 / 10
Crowne Plaza Hotel Birmingham NEC
Pendigo Way,National Exhibition Centre
B40 1PS Birmingham
7.7 / 10
Hotel Indigo Birmingham
The Cube,Wharfside Street
B1 1RS Birmingham
9.1 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham - Star City
Cuckoo Road, Heartlands Parkway,Nechells
B7 5SB Birmingham
4.9 / 10
Castle Bromwich Hotel
1200 Chester Road,Castle Bromwich, Junction 5, M6
B35 7AF Birmingham
4.6 / 10
Best Western Westley Hotel
Westley Road
B27 7UJ Birmingham
7.5 / 10
Novotel Birmingham Centre
70 Broad Street
B1 2HT Birmingham
7.4 / 10
Arden Hotel and Leisure Club
Coventry Road, Bickenhill
B92 0EH Birmingham
7.4 / 10
from £ 53
Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel
National Exhibition Centre
B40 1PP Birmingham
6.9 / 10


In the heart of the Midlands, you will find the city of Birmingham. It is known for its cultural diversity, canals, chocolate history and shopping – to mention but a few. The welcoming nature of the ‘Brummie’ capital means that it is an interesting and unique place to explore. A wealth of cultural sites, culinary adventures, as well as football stadiums and shopping paradises, means that there is something for everyone in Birmingham. The heart of the city is easy to explore on foot or for the more adventurous explorer – why not try the canal network? There are said to be more canals in Birmingham than in Venice!

Getting around Brum

The centre of Birmingham is easily walkable, even though it is a big city. However if you want to explore slightly further afield, the bus network is excellent. The bus company, Network West Midlands services the area, and there are Centro information points around the city.

Birmingham is also a transport hub for reaching other exciting destinations across the UK, so if you have a little more time on your hands, why not jump aboard!

Explore the diversity of Birmingham

There are many different districts of Birmingham, and each of them are unique and rich in cultural history. If you have a limited amount of time in the city, we recommend you head out of the city centre and visit one, or all three, of our recommendations:

Brindleyplace - It’s all about the canal in Brindleyplace! The beautiful picturesque district is the ideal place to have a canal boat experience, or alternatively just watch the boats go by, while enjoying dinner, or a drink, in one of the many restaurants, bars and cafes. But Brindleyplace has more to offer than just its waterside location. The district is host to many venues -Barclaycard Arena, Ikon Gallery and The Crescent Theatre. Make sure you check the calendar before you visit, as from June onwards, the area hosts events, such as Dragonboat Festival and local markets.

Digbeth - As the creative heart of the city, Digbeth is an artist’s paradise. One of the most iconic buildings in the area is The Custard Factory. The building is decorated in art, and was originally the factory where eggless custard was invested and produced. If modern art is not your particular interest, then head to The Old Crown Pub which is the oldest secular building in Birmingham, and dates back to the 1300s

The Jewellery Quarter - Even if you don’t want to pick up something sparkly for a loved one, The Jewellery Quarter is worth an afternoon trip. Did you know that 40% of British Jewellery is produced there, and in the district there are over 200 listed buildings? This world-famous area of Birmingham is stepped in history, and St Paul’s church, and the surrounding square, is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture.


Why not catch up on a bit of reading? Head to Broad Street, and see the eye-catching, post-modern architecture of Birmingham’s library. The library was only opened in September 2013, and represents a new vision for Birmingham. The design is very unique, which is probably the reason why it has won so many architectural awards. It is also a totally digitalised library, and built in an energy-efficient manner. This is a visionary building that represents the Birmingham of the future. If the weather is nice, explore the rooftop gardens and the fabulous views over the city.

In stark contrast to the modernity of the new library, we recommend that you head to Back to Backs. The National Trust charity offers a unique opportunity to step back in time, and experience what life was like living in Birmingham between the 1840s and 1970s. The name ‘Back to Backs’ comes from the fact that the houses were built back to back around a communal courtyard. Experience everything from a 1930s sweetshop to a tailor’s shop, and enjoy this fascinating glimpse of social history. Tours are available from Tuesday through to Sunday, and you can book online

Thinktank Science Museum is an exceptional museum which brings science to life with its 10 themed galleries. The whole museum is interactive and has everything from locomotives to a planetarium. This museum is not just for kids, it is awe-inspiring for any age and well worth a visit.

Catch a bite to eat

Birmingham is the home of a diverse range of ethnic groups and cultures. With this, the city offers a plethora of cuisines, and truly something for every taste. Here is our selection of a few restaurants to tickle the taste buds.

The Vaults - Newhall Place, Newhall Hill, Birmingham B1 3JH

Situated in the Jewellery Quarter, The Vaults used to be a Victorian cellar, but today you will find a chic and sophisticated underground restaurant, which is the perfect retreat. The furniture is bespoke and this compliments the exposed brickwork.

The dinner menu is concise, but offers some delicious contemporary British cuisine. Choose from two courses for £34.99 or three courses for £39.99. If you aren’t really too hungry, no problem. There is a lovely bar with a wide selection of drinks and cocktails, plus secluded booths in which you can sit and truly escape the world

The Balti Triangle, 186 Ladypool Rd, B12 8JS

Birmingham is home to some great Indian food, so much so that the Balti Curry is set to be given protected food status, like Champagne or Parma ham. With this in mind, it would be a shame to miss out on the regions delicacy. The Balti Curry, which takes its name from the metal dish in which it is cooked and eaten, is available throughout the Balti Triangle. The area is located in Sparkhill, Balsall Heath and Moseley

Time for a good night’s sleep

Like many big cities, there are an abundance of hotels to choose from, but to narrow down your search, here are two of our Birmingham hotel recommendations :

Hotel Indigo - The Cube, Wharfside Street, B1 1R

This luxurious hotel is located inside The Cube at The Mailbox and provides you with excellent panoramic views of the city. The hotel has 52 boutique rooms, and perhaps the best views can be found on the 23rd and 24th Floors. However, all rooms are beautifully decorated, with a chic, modern theme, and offer an extremely high-standard finish. The main draw of this hotel is its proximity to shopping in The Mailbox and the array of bars & restaurants situated nearby.

Hotel La Tour – Albert Street, Birmingham, B5 5J

This 4-star hotel is a reasonably new addition to Birmingham, however it already has a fan following. The position directly opposite The Bullring is an attraction for many, but personally I feel the interior of the hotel is the main selling point. The rooms are executed to the highest standard with nothing overlooked: the lighting and heating is all controllable by a touch screen, and the bathroom is complemented with a rainfall shower. If you manage to leave the luxury of your hotel room, then you are surrounded with a variety of pubs, restaurants and bars to explore.

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Exhibitions/events in Birmingham

  • BBC Good Food Show Winter
    (11/26/2015 - 11/29/2015)
  • Clothes Show Live
    (12/4/2015 - 12/8/2015)
  • Autosport International
    (1/14/2016 - 1/17/2016)
    (1/24/2016 - 1/26/2016)
    The World Trade Event for Horse & Country
  • Spring Fair International (formerly SFB)
    (2/7/2016 - 2/11/2016)
    Spring Fair Birmingham
  • CRAFTHOBBY+STITCH international
    (2/21/2016 - 2/23/2016)
    (2/21/2016 - 2/23/2016)
    Fashion Exhibition
  • P & P - Printwear & Promotion LIVE!
    (2/28/2016 - 3/1/2016)
  • KBB
    (3/6/2016 - 3/9/2016)
    Exhibition for fitted kitchen, bedroom, bathroom furniture and kitchen appliance
  • Best of Britain & Ireland - Travel Trade Forum
    (3/16/2016 - 3/17/2016)
    British Travel Trade Fair
    (4/9/2016 - 4/11/2016)
    Ophthalmic Trade Fair
  • MACH
    (4/11/2016 - 4/15/2016)
    International Exhibition for Machine Tools Tooling & Manufacturing Technology
    (4/18/2016 - 4/20/2016)
  • Foodex (formerly FOODEX MEATEX)
    (4/18/2016 - 4/20/2016)
  • Dentistry Show
    (4/22/2016 - 4/23/2016)
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