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Hotel du Vin & Bistro
Church Street
West Midlands

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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 courtyard, retaining many orginal features including the magnificent sweeping staircase and granite pillars. A relaxing haven in the city, the hotel offers our trademark Bistro, a spa and gym and has a popular Pub Du Vin, all complimented by our unique relaxed style of hospitality.City Centre location close to shopping, financial district and jewellery quarter. Hotel du Vin offers stunning bedrooms and suites with superb beds, divine egyptian linen and serious showers. Food and wine is of fundamental importance, we serve quality food cooked simply with the freshest of local ingredients.


Ratings/Awards: AA Townhouse
Conde Nast Traveller Top 100 2003, UK Business Hotel
Number of Rooms: 66
Number Ensuite: 66
Nearest Airport: Birmingham

Price per Room:

Double: From £110
Twin: From £110
Single: From £110
Suite: From £195
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Name: Hotel du Vin
Cuisine: Modern Bistro
Chef: Nick Turner
Awards: Best Wine Restaurant of the Year 2003 - Hotel & Restaurant Magazine

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Parking - limited, on request (£10)
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service - breakfast only
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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