Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre

A Hotel in Birmingham, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Smallbrook, Queensway
Birmingham
West Midlands
England
B5 4EW

Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham

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This modern 259 bedroom hotel is located just a 2 minute walk from Birmingham New Street Train Station and the highly acclaimed Bull Ring shopping centre. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation as well as a relaxing lounge bar and restaurant. An ideal base for visiting the heart of the city.

3 star rating

From: £27.50

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