Campanile Birmingham

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Chester Street, Aston
West Midlands
B6 4BE

Campanile Birmingham, Birmingham

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The Campanile Birmingham commands a fantastic location on the canal banks, just 5 minutes from the city centre. This is the ideal destination for leisure guests with the Bullring Shopping Centre, Symphony Hall and all the splendour of the main high streets within walking distance of the hotel. The Campanile Birmingham is equally well placed for business guests and pre-flight stopovers, with the ICC, NIA, NEC and airport all within easy reach.

Whatメs more, with free parking at the hotel and close proximity to the M6 getting around the city and out to the airport couldnメt be easier. No matter what your reason for visiting, make the Campanile Birmingham you comfortable, convenient and affordable hotel base. You will soon feel at home with en-suite bathroom, TV, telephone and tea & coffee making facilities in your spacious hotel room.

Visitors to the Campanile Birmingham can also make use of the hotelメs elegant restaurant and bar. After a busy day in the city enjoy a relaxed meal and cosy drink in the inviting and friendly surroundings of the Campanile Birmingham. To add even more comfort and peace of mind to your stay there is also a 24 hour front desk at the Campanile Birmingham and Wi-Fi internet throughout.

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