City Inn Birmingham

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Brindleyplace
Birmingham
West Midlands
England
B1 2HW

City Inn Birmingham, Birmingham

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Set amidst the sights and sounds of Birmingham city centre, the modern and contemporary City Inn Birmingham is an ideal hotel choice for business and leisure travellers alike. The NIA, ICC and Symphony Hall are on the hotelメs doorstep and the Birmingham NEC is just a 20 minute drive away. With New Street Station just 1 mile away, guests staying at the City Inn Birmingham can explore the surrounding area.

Guests of the City Inn Birmingham can enjoy award-winning dining in the chic City Cafe Restaurant or, when the weather permits, dine al fresco out on the terrace overlooking Brindley Place. From afternoon tea, traditional Sunday lunch to a sumptuous a la carte menu, hotel guests are sure find something delicious on offer at the City Inn Birmingham. Afterwards, retreat to the sophisticated City Cafe for cocktails, champagne and refreshing wines.

Whatever your plans, the City Inn Birmingham offers 238 stylish hotel rooms, complete with a wealth of modern amenities, to create a relaxing environment. Each of the hotel rooms come equipped with iMac computers, complimentary Wi-Fi, Skype, Sky, luxurious linen, power showers and 24 hour room service. The City Inn has been awarded Best Business Hotel Brand 2007 at the Business Travel World Awards.

4 star rating

From: £37.50


Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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