Holiday Inn Solihull

A Hotel in Solihull, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Homer Road
Solihull
West Midlands
England
B91 3QD

Holiday Inn Solihull, Solihull

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Offering a wealth of facilities including Club Moativation health and fitness club, the hotel is in a prime location for all of the many nearby fantastic attractions. Situated in its own grounds, the hotel is only a 15 minute train ride into Birmingham city centre, a short distance from the NEC and a few miles from the Warwickshire countryside and Stratford-upon-Avon. For an action-packed stay, experience Cadbury World, the Black Country Museum, West Midlands Safari Park or Drayton Manor Park and Zoo all within close proximity.

And if you are a shopaholic the shops are just a 1 minute walk from the hotel!

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