Birmingham Hotels

Featured Hotels in Birmingham

Menzies Strathallan, Birmingham

Guest Rating: 100%
Conveniently located in Edgbaston, just a short distance from Birmingham city centre, this hotel offers easy access to the Midlands via the motorway and rail network. The NEC and Birmingham Internatio...

Pebble Cottage, Birmingham

Guest Rating: 91%
Pebble Cottage was formerly a small family home built in the early 1920s. In 2005 the current owners undertook a major extension and refurbishment project, after which Pebble Cottage transformed into ...

Hyatt Regency Birmingham

Guest Rating: 89%
Situated in the centre of the city, this is Birmingham's foremost hotel. It has a direct link to the new International Convention Centre, is five minutes walk from New Street station, twenty minutes f...

Spires Birmingham

Guest Rating: 87%
The 23 newly built suites offer guests the ultimate accommodation experience, with the service they would expect from a 4* hotel, but all the space they would not. With a maid service and no minimum s...

Saco@Livingbase, Birmingham

Guest Rating: 87%
Welcome to Livingbase, 35 luxury serviced apartments exclusive to Brindleyplace, Birmingham. All of the apartments have spectacular views over the city centre and offer more flexibility and space than...

Premier Inn Birmingham City (Waterloo St)

Guest Rating: 87%
About 0.5 miles from New Street and Snow Hill train stations, this central Birmingham Premier Inn is on a quiet square, with a view of St Philips Cathedral and the city. Premier Inn Birmingham City (...

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Where to stay  

Due to the high student population at Birmingham’s three universities’ there are plenty of budget places to eat and sleep.

For those with a tight wallet, some of the best places area smack dab in the center of the city. Try the Etap Hotel or the Ibis. If you have a little bit to spare, some great mid-range hotels are Awentsbury or the Travelodge Birmingham. And if you’ve got money to burn, try the Hyatt Regency Birmingham, Crowne Plaza Birmingham, or Birmingham Marriot Hotel.

If your there to shop, stay close to the Bullring, which is also located near some lesser known shopping centers like the Pavillions, The Mailbox and Pallasades. These locations are on New Street, High Street and Corporation Street and feature an assortment of designer boutiques, chain stores and discount outlets.

If you’re there for cinema, music and theatre, try Station Street where a handful of movie cinemas, theatres and live music groups play regularly.

If you are there for drink fueled evenings try the city centre, Broad Street in particular. It was where many of the thousands of local students hang out after the last class bell has rung. There are also many indie and inexpensive venues to be had. The Arcadian section, close to Chinatown, is a low key option if you aren’t into getting roughed up while out for a drink.  

Recommended hotels:

1.    Norwood Hotel
2.    Hyatt Regency Birmingham
3.    Nitenite Birmingham
4.    Radisson SAS Birmingham
5.    Marriot Birmingham Hotel
6.    Premier Inn Birmingham
7.    City Inn Birmingham
8.    Hotel du Vin & Bistro
9.    Eaton Hotel
10.  Premier Inn Birmingham South

Read more in our Birmingham Guide.

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Hotels By Guest Rating

100%Menzies Strathallan
91%Pebble Cottage
89%Hyatt Regency Birmingham
87%Spires Birmingham
87%Central Guest House
87%Premier Inn Birmingham City (Waterloo St)
86%PostBox Apartments by BridgeStreet Worldwide
86%Staying Cool at the Rotunda Birmingham
86%Express by Holiday inn Birmingham City
85%City Nites @ Kings Court Plaza
84%Bloc Hotel Birmingham
83%Norwood Hotel
83%Malmaison Birmingham
83%Eaton Hotel
83%The White House
83%Premier Inn Birmingham Broad Street (Canal Side)
83%Premier Inn Birmingham Central (Hagley Road)
83%Blueberry Hotel Birmingham
83%Parkside Apartments by Comfort Zone