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Ramada Solihull/Birmingham
The Square
Solihull
West Midlands

B91 3RF | View map
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The Ramada Solihull is a delightful hotel sat at the very end of the main Solihull high street giving excellent access to all the facilities of the town and the local company offices. Built around the oldest bowling green in the country, the hotel offers a truly unique experience blending the old and historic 15th century coaching inn (known locally as 'The George')with the new, fully featured and well designed bedrooms you would expect from the Ramada brand. The hotel has lots to offer with a large car park, spacious business lounge with free wireless Internet, comfortable and unique bar, welcoming bedrooms and a wide choice of menu in room service, restaurant and bar. The hotel is also beautifully located for the NEC being just two minutes from the M42. All hotel bedrooms are non smoking.

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