Thistle Birmingham City

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

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St Chad's, Queensway
West Midlands
B4 6HY

Thistle Birmingham City, Birmingham

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Accommodation Description:

Thistle Birmingham City is located in the heart of Birmingham's shopping district. An ideal base for visitors to the famous Bullring Shopping Centre, National Indoor Arena, Symphony Hall, Theatres, Birminghamメs Canal Network and Entertainment District. The hotel offers 133 well-appointed bedrooms, Monty's restaurant and Wimseyメs lounge and bar, which offer a wide selection of drinks, light refreshment and meals.

BT Openzone is available throughout the hotel.

3 star rating

From: £39.50

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