We stayed here last week as we were going to see the Pussycat Dolls at the NIA.We had stayed at all of the city centre hotels in Birmingham but not this one, we had heard excellent things about it so thought we would give it a try as we had stayed and enjoyed another City Inn.We arrived around 15:00 on a Thursday,the hotel is very easy to find, just off Broad Street. We parked in the NCP just 50meters from the hotel, as mentioned
By other TA members it costs £11 for 24 hours which is very good for central city Parking. The hotel looks chic/modern from the outside, a theme that continues Inside the hotel.
There was no line at check-in, and we were greeted by a very professional man who Ensured a quick and smooth check in. We stayed on the 2nd floor. The room was Spotless, with cream walls/carets and crisp white bed sheets, the room was not
Huge but a fair size double. My favourite feature of the room was the I-mac, I love Them and probably spent more time playing on it that I should of done - boys and There toys. The bathroom was very small, with no bath, not that it bothered me, but
Imp sure it would some people. The room was very quite and we had hardly any noise From inside or outside.
One of the main benefits of the hotel is the location. Its 5 min walk to the NIA, convention Centre and the sealife centre. There is a large choice of high end as well as affordable
Eating options, along with bars/pubs. It takes around 10/15min to get into the centre Of town and the shopaholics paradise of the Bullring. The area feels very safe and There are always plenty of people around at night. We stayed 1 night, checkout was also a very simple process. This hotel is the best
I’ve stayed at in Birmingham, better that the Raddison/Crowne Plaza/Copthone etc,It may only be 2nd to the Hyatt, (but I am yet to stay there)This hotel costs between £70-£150 a night so is priced similarly to the other 4* city
Hotels. I got a discount through my work, but if you can get a room for around 70-80Then that’s good value. We will always stay here now (unless the Hyatt decide to be Sensible with there prices) The City Inn is a great hotel, well done City Inn!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Stylish hotel in Birmingham City Centre Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Brindleyplace is ideally located in the Brindleyplace Development, home of great leisure, dining and entertainment venues. This Birmingham hotel is one of the closest hotels to the Barclaycard Arena and is only five minutes' walk from the International Convention Centre and the Symphony Hall. Settle in to an inviting guest room with a range of amenities for work and relaxation. Watch the 42-inch HDTV and keep in touch with complimentary WiFi. Prepare for a busy day with a delicious breakfast - choose from our extensive buffet and cooked-to-order eggs to accompany our homemade American waffles. Perfect for a relaxing meal, City Café also serves internationally inspired cuisine for lunch and dinner. Unwind after a busy day over cocktails at Brindley Lounge or pick up snacks, drinks, and travel essentials at the Pavilion Pantry. It's easy to maintain your exercise regimen with our complimentary fitness centre. Host a meeting or social event for up to 120 guests in our flexible meeting space. Our dedicated team will help plan your event and arrange tempting onsite catering. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Brindleyplace Hotel Birmingham
- City Hotel Birmingham
- Birmingham City Hotel
- City Inn Birmingham