Comfort Inn Birmingham

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

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Station Street
West Midlands
B5 4DY

Comfort Inn Birmingham, Birmingham

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Located in Birmingham's City Centre, the Comfort Inn is the ideal choice for the business and leisure traveller. Newly redecorated bedrooms, bar and breakfast restaurant along with a dedicated team will ensure your stay is one to remember for all the right reasons! With shopping, nightlife, theatres and attractions on our doorstep you'll be spoilt for choice. Easy access to motorway, rail links (New Street Train Station 2 minutes walk) NEC, NIA, ICC all within 15 minutes.

2 star rating

From: £37.60

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