Value hotel in Birminghams city centre
Located in the heart of the West Midlands city, the Comfort Inn Birmingham is ideally placed for those visiting for business or pleasure as well as providing easy access to much of the UK.
Close to the citys vibrant shopping region and busy business district, guests can expect to visit any of Birminghams attractions. Birmingham New Street railway station can be found opposite making this the perfect stopping point for those arriving in the city via train. Birmingham International Airport is also a short journey away.
The hotels 40 guestrooms are housed in a Victorian building and are all combined with an en-suite bathroom. Complimentary toiletries, a hairdryer, and fresh towels are also provided. Rooms also include a television, wireless internet connectivity, and hot drink facilities. Customers can request between smoking and non-smoking rooms and are welcome to bring pets along, although advance notice is required.
Breakfast is served each morning with guests having the choice of a full English or continental equivalent. The Station Bar welcomes customers with a selection of beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and lighter snacks, perfect for those just returning from or about to head out into the bustling city.
The hotel also incorporates two meeting rooms that can accommodate those arriving in the city to complete work. Each room is serviced directly by the hotel staff that can ensure that all needs are met.
Known as Englands Second City, visitors to the Comfort Inn Birmingham will find plenty of activities and events to keep them busy. The Bullring shopping centre is just a short walk away and offers the best in shops big and small, including one of the few Selfridges stores outside of London.
Within the city visitors will find a number of performance venues that house some of the finest theatre and drama outside of Londons West End. The Hippodrome, on Hurst Street, is a regular stopping point for touring performance groups as well as a key pantomime venue during December and January. The National Exhibition Centre (NEC) offers a vast array of events including huge pop and rock concerts. At the other end of the scale, the Crescent Theatre is mainly run by volunteers and specialises in putting on amateur dramatic performances.
Several museums and galleries are also housed within the city centre. The Birmingham Museum and Arts Gallery collects a variety of paintings, artefacts, and other such interests, and allows the public to see most of them for free.
The city is also well-known for its sporting heritage. The National Indoor Arena (NIA), which is less than 15 minutes from the Comfort Inn, regularly holds sporting events, including athletics and basketball. The citys two football clubs (Birmingham City and Aston Villa) are widely supported and play regularly between the months of August and May. Edgbaston Cricket Ground is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club as well as certain England international matches.
Add to all of this a vibrant nightlife which includes a vast assortment or restaurants, bars, pubs, nightclubs, and music venues scattered across the city, and guests at the Comfort Inn Birmingham will struggle to fit in all of the festivities.