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Shaftesbury House Serviced Apartments, Birmingham, West Midlands

Shaftesbury House Serviced Apartments
59-61 Station Street
Birmingham
West Midlands

B5 4DY | View map

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Stylish, great value for money and within 1 minute of the Hippodrome, Chinese Quarter with fantastic range of restaurants, New Street Station and the Bullring Shopping Centre with Selfridges. Residents benefit from secure access, lift and cityQuarters’ state-of-the art 24-hr check in system means no queue, just pick up the keys and relax.

Each apartment is tastefully furnished and comes with fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, TV and Wi-Fi . Please just call us if you want parking sourced for you in advance of your stay with us. Check out our fantastic location and fantastic reviews on this website for more information! *** Please note that we cannot accept bookings which require a check in on the same day after 4pm or same day reservations on a weekend ***

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