The hotel is situated just a few minutes from the heart of the city centre, New Street station, the Bullring and Mailbox and the M6. It is also within easy reach of the indoor international arena, N.E.C and the airport. Located on Hagley Road the hotel is perfectly located for leisure and business.
All 128 rooms are en suite, of medium size, and in good condition. They are equipped with all the facilities one would expect from a three-star hotel. Colour television, hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities and direct dial phone. Rooms are traditionally furnished with neutral colours.
The restaurant offers a variety of menus including traditional and French cuisine. They also serve a carvery dinner with a wide choice of dishes.
A very tasty hot buffet breakfast is served here.
** Please note the restaurant is closed: 23rd - 29th December, 2008 inclusive and 31st December - 2nd January, 2009 inclusive.
** Lunch only is available on the 24th and 31st December 2008
Set across 3 floors this is a traditional-style hotel - an old motel transformed and renovated. Limited parking available for guests.
The lobby is medium in size and opens onto the lounge and restaurant. A bar is also available off to the side.
The hotel is located near the newly renovated parts of Birmingham city centre, very close to the new trendy bars and restaurants. It also offers a free car park. Generally this hotel offers good value for money. (03/08 KB)
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This hotel was comfortable and the staff were excellent and to be commended. They have an excellent chef and their evening meals were superb if you enjoy uncomplicated meals. His beef done in burgundy sauce with mash and assorted veg was excellent, as was his lamb shank and sherry trifles. On the down side the hotel needs to sort out its facilities for disabled people. There were no permanent ramps to get into reception, and it is always embarrassing for people in wheel chairs to have to send someone inside the hotel to obtain temporary ramps to provide access. There were no ramps on the main apartment blocks either and, although I wouldn't expect ramps at every entrance, I would hope to find 'Grab' handles or hand rails where there are steps, especially tiled steps which are prone to be slippy. One final thought, I don't think the hotel had any designated disabled parking areas though I didn't look very hard. I would recommend this hotel to anyone providing they weren't stuck in a wheelchair.