Britain’s second most populous city has all the amenities its urban sprawl can handle, with a vast number of activities and attractions to entice guests of Birmingham hotels.
With its superb selection of accommodations, Birmingham visitors are well catered for. The city has extensive conference facilities, encompassing the International Convention Centre (ICC) and National Exhibition Centre (NEC) – alongside leisure and entertainment arenas offering everything from music and dance to international sport.
If you’re staying at a central Birmingham hotel, it’s easy to see the Birmingham Royal Ballet and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (and the resident Birmingham City Organist, who plays at the Town Hall). You can view priceless works at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter and Barber Institute of Fine Arts, or take in the sights that inspired The Lord of the Rings on the Tolkien Trail.
For indulgence of a different kind, Birmingham offers excellent retail therapy, with a plethora of department stores and the famous Bullring shopping centre. These, and the city’s burgeoning nightlife, are easily reached from Birmingham hotels.
Birmingham’s top hotels, restaurants, attractions and nightlife mean it’s not hard to see why local “Brummies” hold the city so dear.