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There is a wide range of Birmingham hotels and accommodation is aimed at different budgets, certain areas and particular needs. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Birmingham then the Apollo hotel is close to the city centre and room prices start at £28 a night. A buffet style continental of full English breakfast is available at an extra charge and there is a public internet service and car parking for guests.
If you like a spot of luxury while you are away from home then the Copthorne is one of a number of 5 star hotels in Birmingham. Part of the Millennium Group of hotels the Copthorne is a modern building situated in the centre of the city of Birmingham. Average room prices start at £127 a night and a full English breakfast is included in the price. Like many upmarket hotels the Millennium Group often has special deals and offers that are worth looking out for.
Many visitors want to book a room at one of the hotels in Birmingham city centre. The Comfort Inn is virtually next door to Birmingham’s New Street station with links to Birmingham International Airport and the National Exhibition Centre. Rooms start at £46 a night and breakfast is available in the hotel restaurant, there is public parking close to the hotel at a low rate of £4 a day. Other low price city centre hotels in Birmingham include the Britannia from £25 a night, the Premier Inn from £33 a night and the Ramada Encore from £39.20 a night.
If you are flying from or into Birmingham International Airport then there are a number of Birmingham Airport hotels with prices starting at around £49 a night. The Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC is less than a mile from the airport itself, close to the NEC and with restaurant and parking facilities.
There are plenty of things to do in Birmingham. An increasing number of people have an abiding interest in Britain’s canals, and Birchill’s Canal Museum is largely about life on the Walsall canals, its well worth seeing, even if you’re not into longboats and canals. If this is your first visit to Birmingham then you should not leave without a visit to the s National Exhibition Centre or NEC. Now more than a quarter of a century old, the NEC is still the largest exhibition centre in Europe.
If you are travelling with children then keep them happy with a visit to the West Midlands Safari Park for a day out that everyone can enjoy. If art is your thing then why not visit the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery which is noted for having the world’s largest collection of pre-Raphaelite art housed in its Victorian buildings along with articles relating to the social and cultural history of the city and surrounding area. Birmingham is a great place to shop with its Victorian arcades, high street nationals and wide selection of markets you will be able to shop till you drop.