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Hotels in Birmingham

Birmingham is often overlooked in favour of the bigger cities in the UK, but with such friendly locals, fantastic shopping and lively clubs it makes a brilliant city break.

The University of Birmingham filters a young population through the otherwise professional and local populace of Birmingham. New Street Station can take you to most corners of the UK, with a fast line to Manchester and London. The Bullring is one of the most recognizable pieces of architecture in Birmingham, housing over 160 shops, and laced with designer stores and high street outlets around the outside. However, there’s far more to see than just shops, with a brilliant Christmas market in December, the Royal Birmingham Ballet and the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Head out of town to find Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory in Bourneville, or to Shakespeare’s birthplace in Staffordshire.

The Shopping District

This is easily the most entertainment-orientated corner of Birmingham with The MailBox and The Bullring providing the main shopping quarters. You can easily find some brunch or dinner in one of the surrounding shop lined streets, or a movie in one of the cinemas for some late night entertainment. The shopping district is also close to the Hippodrome and the O2 Academy, as well as a few of Birmingham’s bars and clubs. The major chain hotels are based around the train stations, however there are a few cheaper options further away.

The Westside

The Westside is home to the National Sealife Aquarium, as well as heaps of theatres and galleries like Birmingham’s Museum and Art Gallery, the Symphony Hall and Crescent Theatre. It’s still a very traveller friendly neighbourhood, close to the shopping district and full of 3 to 5 star hotels.


Edgbaston is slightly further southwest of the city, and has far more green space than the centre. It’s also home to the University of Birmingham and Edgbaston Golf Club, but most of the hotels are based on Hagley Road. They tend to be between 3 and 5 stars, but there are some more luxury options if you fancy a spa weekend too.

Jewelry Quarter

There are over 200 listed buildings in the jewelry quarter, and in between them you’ll find renovated warehouses turned apartments, making room for the 6,000 residents who live here. There are also great bars and restaurants if you’re staying in one of the glossy hotels in the area, as well as some hostels and apartments.

Convention Quarter & Business District

This is where most of the blue chip companies are based, as well as some high end stores and swish restaurants. Further north, you’ll find Thinktank Birmingham, Chancellor’s Lake and the campus for Aston University (Aston Park is further up the A38). Although the typical chain and 5 star hotels are available here, there are also a few independent hotels to choose from.