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Nechells is an inner city suburb of Birmingham, in the west Midlands, home to nearly twenty eight thousand people. Settlers first came about eight hundred years ago from Ireland, and later India and the West Indies, although Nechells started out with just a clutch of farms, the industrial heritage of foundries played an important part in it's past, today's visitor will find a vibrant scene, with many improvements that have been made over the centuries for the rising population of this inner city area, one improvement could not be ignored, Star City is a massive entertainment complex which comprises of shops, restaurants to cater for all tastes, a bowling alley, casino, and a staggering cinema with forty screens which is one of the largest in Europe and answers the question of what's on...
The urban explorer will be tested with the mix of buildings, and the close proximity of the unbeatable shopping experience at the Bull Ring, whose vast expanse of glass showcases a hundred and forty shops on offer, covering a staggering area of 26 football pitches, bars, restaurants and a vibrant scene combined, ensure visitors to Nechells an interesting insight into the inner city experience just waiting to be discovered.
Pub and Bar
Mitre Ale House
Shere Khan Star City
St Clements C Of E School
Loynton & Co
Bromford Radio Cars
Places to Stay near Nechells
We are pleased to announce the hotly anticipated launch of Prime Lodge! We aim to offer a simplistic yet high-quality standard of accommodation and service. We provide accommodation on a ... More
Blueberry Hotel Birmingham
Modern 90 bedroom hotel which opened in May 2007All rooms are spacious and have ensuite facilitiesAll rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryer - Irons are available on ... More
Campanile Hotel Birmingham
This contemporary, canal side hotel provides comfortable and convenient accommodation within easy reach of the NEC, ICC and the city centre.
With an on-site bar and bistro restaurant, this is a convenient ... More
Premier Inn Birmingham Central East
Ideally located within easy reach of the M6, M42 and M5. For national rail links, Birmingham New Street and Snow Hill train stations are nearby. Local attractions include Aston University, and Aston Villa and Birmingham ... More
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Aston Business School
The Day Spring Hotel is an all en-suite Bed and Breakfast based Victorian building, with a very modern and contemporary feel. Our facilities include:- free Internet access, Buffet Breakfast, free Car-Parking ... More
The Royal George Hotel
You’ll find the stylish Royal George Hotel in the shadow of St Andrews stadium just 5 minutes from J6 of the M6. Our brand new luxury development is within walking distance of Birmingham city centres ... More
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Thistle Birmingham City
This hotel is situated on the edge of the business quarter and a short walk from the International Convention Centre and the renowned Bullring Shopping Centre.
The vibrant nightlife that Birmingham ... More
Ibis Birmingham Bodesley
Ideally situated in the centre of Birmingham, this hotel offers snacks 24 hours a day, and a 24-hour reception for your ultimate convenience.
The bar is open every day, and the restaurant ... More
Hotel du Vin & Bistro
The ornate, early Victorian building in the old city centre, now part of the newly revitalised Jewellery Quarter, was sympathetically converted to provide 66 bedrooms and suites around the central ... More
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