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Birmingham, United Kingdom: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Only hotels in Birmingham are listed below. Search for the cheapest discounted hotel and motel rates in or near Birmingham, United Kingdom for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Birmingham motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Birmingham area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Birmingham hotels. Group booking? Search Birmingham Group Hotel Deals or Check out the best Birmingham meeting hotels

The Birmingham center is around the area of Old Square and the area of Victoria Law Courts.

Birmingham Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

Staybridge Suites Birmingham in Birmingham Martineau Place Corporation St., Birmingham, B24UW United Kingdom
  • High-end property
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Hotel La Tour Albert St., Birmingham, B55JE United Kingdom
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy See policy
  • Desserts were ok, said 55%
  • Bathroom is ok
Very Good 4.5 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hyatt Regency Birmingham in Birmingham 2 Bridge St., Birmingham, B12JZ United Kingdom
  • 4-star Convention Center hotel
  • 12 conference rooms in property
  • Great location
  • About half of guests thought the dining experience was appropriate
Very Good 4.5 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham Snow Hill - Birmingham Snow Hill Plaza St. Chads Queensway, Birmingham, B46JN United Kingdom
  • Affordable hotel
  • 224 rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hotel Du Vin Bistro Birmingham
Church St., Birmingham, B32NR United Kingdom
  • Four-star property
  • 3 floors in property
  • Excellent location
  • Bar service is acceptable
Very Good 4.0 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Ibis Styles Birmingham Centre : 65 Lionel St. 65 Lionel St., Birmingham, B31JE United Kingdom
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 6 floors in property
Hampton by Hilton Birmingham City North - Birmingham 98 104 Constitution Hill, Birmingham, B193JT United Kingdom
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • 109 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Great shopping
  • Clean rooms
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Staycity Serviced Apartments Arcadian Centre - Birmingham Arcadian Centre Hurst St., Birmingham, B54TD United Kingdom
  • Midscale property
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Staycity Aparthotels Newhall Square 88 Charlotte St., Birmingham, B31PW United Kingdom
  • 4-star hotel
Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre
Central Sq. Holliday St., Birmingham, B11HH United Kingdom
  • Midscale property
  • 2 suites in hotel
Bloc Hotel Birmingham Bloc Hotel, Birmingham, B31UG United Kingdom
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 4 floors in hotel
Pentahotel Birmingham : Pentahotel Birmingham Pentahotel Birmingham, Birmingham, B11NS United Kingdom
  • 4 star Suburban hotel
  • 131 sleeping rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Nitenite Cityhotel in Birmingham 18 Holliday St., Birmingham, B11TB United Kingdom
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 2 floors
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Hotel Indigo Birmingham The Cube 200 Wharfside St., Birmingham, B11PR United Kingdom
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Check in time: 3 PM
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Jurys Inn Birmingham : 245 Broad St. 245 Broad St., Birmingham, B12HQ United Kingdom
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • Hotel has 16 floors
  • Most guests didn't like the fitness area
  • Bar service was unacceptable, according to 79%
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Hilton Garden Inn Birmingham Brindley Place
1 Brunswick Sq., Birmingham, B12HW United Kingdom
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 4 meeting rooms
  • Brilliant location for a trip
  • Booking process should be better organized
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Hampton by Hilton Birmingham Broad Street : 200 Broad St. 200 Broad St., Birmingham, B151SU United Kingdom
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Complimentary breakfast is offered
Marriott Hotel Birmingham City Centre : 12 Hagley Rd. Five Ways 12 Hagley Rd. Five Ways, Birmingham, B168SJ United Kingdom
  • Expensive hotel
  • 104 rooms in property
Very Good 4.0 /5Latest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Ibis Styles Birmingham Hagley Road in Birmingham 313 Hagley Rd., Birmingham, B169LQ United Kingdom
  • Affordable hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Birmingham South A45 in Birmingham
1270 Coventry Rd. Yardley, Birmingham, B258BJ United Kingdom
  • Two-star hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
City Nites Arena View Edward St., Birmingham, B12RX United Kingdom
  • 4-star Convention Center hotel
  • Check in time: 4:00 PM
  • About half of guests thought the shower was ok
  • Average beds
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews CallBookMore Details
Holiday Inn Express Oldbury : Junction 2 M5 Birchley Pk
Junction 2 M5 Birchley Pk, Oldbury, B692BD United Kingdom ~5.46 miles west of Birmingham
  • Two star hotel
  • Hotel has 109 rooms
Crowne Plaza Solihull 61 Homer Rd., Solihull, B913QD United Kingdom ~6.91 miles southeast of Birmingham
  • 4 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 120 rooms
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Ibis Birmingham Airport : Ambassador Rd.
Ambassador Rd., Birmingham, B263AW United Kingdom
  • Cheap Airport property
  • 162 rooms in property
  • Noise level is acceptable
  • Close to Birmingham Airport
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Thistle Birmingham City The Royal Angus
St. Chad's Queensway, Birmingham, B46HY United Kingdom
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Check in time: 14.00
  • Friendly breakfast staff
  • Architecture not so nice
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Travel overview of Birmingham, United Kingdom

The Second World War has changed the landscape of the city of Birmingham, making it a relatively new city although it is actually an old one. The war had destroyed a great many structures so that the city had to be rebuilt almost from the ground up. Still, this had many positive effects to the city, giving it a new, cosmopolitan character as well as allowing radical changes to be effected, including making it more pedestrianized and attractive. Because the city center of Birmingham is mostly pedestrianized, it is easy to explore it on foot. As a planned area, many of the attractions are easily accessible from each other. The canal network has given tourists a place to enjoy a quiet stroll away from cars and other motorized vehicles. This makes the area a good option for relaxation and recreation. There are also many shops and restaurants in this canal route. Plenty of interesting landmarks can be found in the city, including the Selfridges Building set in the Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses, National Sea Life Centre, the Birmingham Cathedral, and Aston Hall. The city also has a lively club scene, with many popular clubs being visited by students and professionals alike.

'Imagination, I suppose, is the biggest gift we have. It can make us create, it can make us destroy and it can make forget things. It's a beatific feeling to know you can imagine. I imagine every waking moment, perhaps the rest, too!
J.R.R. Tolkien, one of the most famous of English authors (Lord of the Rings, anyone?), was a staunch supporter of all things creative. Born in Birmingham, a city that had long been the face of industrial revolution in England and half of the world that was under their dominion, he went on to become a true icon of creativity and hard-work that define life in Birmingham. 

Even after almost three centuries after the conception of industrial revolution, Birmingham hasn't been able to, not that it would want to, shed that image of a city made up of hardworking blue collar people who don't much care about luxuries of life. Many a novels and movies have been set around the life of mill and mine workers in Birmingham. Many bands, Black Sabbath being the most notable among them, have carried forward the legacy of life in Birmingham through their music. All these flavors come together really well to create a landscape that's definitely worth visiting if you happen to visit England. 

Birmingham Hotels for Tight Budget

Habitual travelers have a great deal of experience in managing their finances so meticulously that fitting in a week or two of hotel stays is not really a big deal for them. For infrequent travelers, however, this can be a tricky position to be in, as they often tend to misjudge the percentage of available funds that need to be allocated to hotel expenses and other tour expenses. 

If you manage to find cheap hotels, you can certainly manage your tour budget with much more flexibility and comfort, without pushing things to close to the edge. That being the case, it would comfort tourists who plan on visiting Birmingham anytime soon that there are many budget hotels in Birmingham that will help you stick to your forces and enjoy your vacation without a single frown of worry on your face! 

These affordable accommodation options are centralised in the city proper (Birmingham City Centre), comfortably reachable from the Birmingham Train Station. 

Finding Solace in Luxury

Birmingham is one of the most populous cities in the UK. It also happens to be a major hub for businesses and industries in the West Midlands, attracting over 500,000 visitors each year. Considering this huge number, it is predictable that Birmingham houses a number of luxury resorts and hotel establishments that cater exclusively to visitors who prefer luxury over budget and comfort over convenience. 

The modus operandi for such Birmingham hotels that cater to affluent guests is to leave no stone unturned while hosting them. From stately buildings that can put aristocratic homes of the yesteryear to dismay to ballrooms of the size of a football field, pretty much every luxury imaginable by a hotel stayer is made available. Radisson Blu, Rotunda, Midland Suites, Hilton, Hyatt Regency at Birmingham are some of the noteworthy mentions in this segment. 

Looking Around in Birmingham

Sightseeing is primary motive for many tourists to visit Birmingham, as it has little to offer in way of relaxation or adventure. 
Art lovers can take their first day out for visiting the famous Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum, located at a walkable distance from the City Centre. The museum is packed to the hilt with artworks of great significance, documented in a very appealing way.

Many audio/video documentaries are also regularly hosted in the Museum in connection with art history and contemporary art. The Symphony Hall of Birmingham is also a shining example of art culture cultivated deliberately by the city. The Hall occasionally hosts leading symphony and orchestra acts from various parts of the world. The frequency of these shows, admittedly, has gone down in recent past. 

Birmingham Hippodrome, on the other hand, still manages to attract sizeable crowd every time it features a play or a show. The building of the Hippodrome is a sight in itself, erected in a fused architecture typical to the modernists of English architecture. 

In addition to these rather mainstream sights, Birmingham is home to some more quirky museums and places, as well. Take the Pen Museum, for example. Situated in a modest building in an inconspicuous neighbourhood, Pen Museum is definitely easy to miss. However, an evening trip there would certainly enlighten you (quite literally) about pens, everyday objects that we don't even notice anymore. 

Similarly, the Museum of Motorcycles in Birmingham is a delight to the senses of tourists who take great pleasure in riding motorcycles or collecting information about them. Little memorabilia and souvenir items that can be customized on the spot do make for great gifts to take home, especially for kids. 

Finding Hotels Near Birmingham Airport

Birmingham is serviced internationally as well as domestically by the Birmingham Airport. It is the largest and the busiest airport in West Midlands, handling heavy domestic air traffic and modest international traffic. The airport is well connected with major foreign cities, most prominently European. 

Tourists who are planning on reaching Birmingham after landing at this airport can hope to find some good Birmingham hotels spread unevenly along the half an hour drive from the airport to the City Centre. Not to unlike motels in the United States, these hotels in Birmingham can best be treated as stop-gap measures if your flight happens to land at tricky hours. 

Tranportation in Birmingham 

It's fairly easy to get around in Birmingham. The city, despite being heavily populated, is not intimidatingly large. An efficient and effective network of well-run public transport media like buses and local trains. 

Birmingham Train Station, housed in a grand Victorian building, is among the busiest train stations in England and is well connected with all corners of the country. Birmingham also features a sizeable system of local canals, mainly built for industrial transport reasons. They are, however, still used for local transport (much like Venice), perhaps as a way of attracting more tourists! 

All hotel establishments in Birmingham (perhaps, with the exception of really cheap hotels) do offer local transport assistance and private car rentals on request. 

What did travelers think of the city of Birmingham?

Below are reviews of the city of Birmingham, United Kingdom from an actual visitor's perspective.

"In the Heart of England"
Score 4.0 / 5

Great nightlife and shopping in the city. Good pubs, jazz clubs, and more.

Dean F., from 07-Dec-2015
"All Around Fun "
Score 5.0 / 5

Great pubs, good clubs and great food.

Belinha S., from 04-Jan-2015
The average traveler rating of the city of Birmingham, United Kingdom shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
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