Marriott Birmingham

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

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12 Hagley Road, Five Ways
West Midlands
B16 8SJ

Marriott Birmingham, Birmingham

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One of Birmingham's most prestigious hotels set in a landmark location, the Marriott Birmingham Hotel makes a special setting for a memorable break a few minutes walk from the vibrant city centre. All of the hotels refurbished bedrooms are fitted to a high standard of comfort, with upgraded accommodation offering king size beds and suites boasting plasma screens. All bedrooms and suites boast the new Revive Bedding package from Marriott and high-speed internet access, total blackout curtains and power showers are now available in every room.

Visit the stylish West12 Restaurant and bar, serving contemporary British cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere, or unwind and enjoy the serenity in the beautifully appointed leisure facilities and spa. Car parking is available at a fee.

4 star rating

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