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City Crash Pad Serviced Apartments , Birmingham, West Midlands

City Crash Pad Serviced Apartments
Birmingham
West Midlands

B5 4AA | View map
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We offer “homely” accommodation as an alternative to hotel rooms. Our serviced apartments are ideal for a variety of visitors to Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester or Sheffield - whether you are visiting friends or family, attending a student or sporting event or simply here to shop!

We personally meet and greet you and show you your apartment and tell you a bit about your location. We take you up to your apartment and show where everything is and to answer any questions you may have all on a one to one personal basis!

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 50
Unit Type: Apartments
Price Guide: Nightly rates from £75 with reduced weekly rates; Corporate Rates Available
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Suitable for Disabled
Dogs/Pets Welcome
Restaurant/Pub Nearby
Shop Nearby
Electric Cooking
Linen Provided
Washing Machine
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