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England's second city in the heart of the Midlands. Traditionally, this thriving city with it's one million population, has been the industrial heartland of the country; it is still important industrially but this has also made way for an increasingly high position in the service sector. Birmingham can now rank itself amongst the great international cities of the world with it's growing tourism and recognition as a centre for the theatre, Arts and Business. Recently, Birmingham has seen many building developments such as The Mailbox and Brindley Place situated around its vast canal network. The old Bull Ring, once a noted landmark is currently being redeveloped and will become the home for many prestigious and national stores. Birmingham also has Star City - the largest Cinema and entertainment complex in Europe. Birmingham boasts several fine and diverse theatres including the recently refurbished Hippodrome which is home to the Birmingham Royal Ballet whilst Symphony Hall is the city's largest music venue and regularly hosts visiting orchestras and performers including the city's own Symphony Orchestra. A wide variety of restaurants can be found, both in the city centre and it's numerous suburbs - these range from haute cuisine to the many popular Balti restaurants to be found in the now famous "Balti Triangle" with representatives from all countries and cultures in between. The Chinese Quarter is a popular place to visit for an evening out as well as the area surrounding Broad Street with its many clubs, bars and pavement cafes. Birmingham has many fine parks and other open spaces such as the nearby Lickey Hills and Cannock Chase and, for such a large city, the open countryside is within easy access. Venture only slightly further afield and you have a whole wealth of other attractions and places of interest and importance such as Stratford, Warwick, Coventry, the Black Country, the Cotswolds, Kenilworth, Worcester and the Malvern Hills


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Novotel Birmingham Airport (0.05 miles)

Novotel Birmingham Airport
The Novotel Birmingham Airport is a 4 star hotel ideally located on the airport complex, offering a 2 minute walk to Terminal 1 & 2. From there, take advantage of the complimentary 'SkyRail' which is ... More | visit website
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Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC (0.55 miles)

Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC

Here at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC hotel you can enjoy comfortable contemporary styled accommodation near to the Airport, NEC and LG Arena.  The hotel offers airport parking packages, stylish dining, 11 meetings rooms, a ... More | visit website

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Hampton Manor (0.65 miles)

Hampton Manor

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Hampton Manor is a 19th century Grade II listed Manor house on the edge of Birmingham. This private country estate, set in 45 acres of woodland and gardens has just ... More

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Arden Hotel and Leisure Club (0.67 miles)

Arden Hotel and Leisure Club

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The Arden Hotel and Leisure Club is located within Solihull, 1/3 mile from the National Exhibition Centre, 1/2 mile from Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station, and 6 miles away ... More

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Hilton Birmingham Metropole (0.72 miles)

Hilton Birmingham Metropole

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Right next door to the NEC and 10 minutes by free shuttle from Birmingham International Airport, the Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel offers meeting rooms for up to 2000. Benefit from the recent £20 ... More

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Tri-Star Hotel (0.74 miles)

Tri-Star Hotel
The Tri-Star Hotel is situated in a prime location minutes from the National Exhibition Centre, Birminghgam Airport and Birmingham International Train Station. This is a family run hotel, established over 35 years ago. Our contemporary ... More | visit website
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The Redlands (0.93 miles)

The Redlands
Set in a superb rural location yet conveniently situated close to the M42 motorway, Birmingham Airport and Birmingham International Railway Station. The M42 gives easy access to the M6, M6-Toll, M40 and M5 motorways. The ... More | visit website
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Church Farm (0.99 miles)

Church Farm

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Church Farm is perfectly situated in the picturesque village of Bickenhill, where our guests can enjoy both tranquil country living, and yet they are only minutes away from the NEC, ... More

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Premier Inn Birmingham NEC Airport (1.00 miles)

Premier Inn Birmingham NEC Airport
The Premier Travel Inn Birmingham NEC / Airport hotel offers good value accommodation. We are close to the airport and the National Exhibition Centre.
If you love quality and exceptional value, you'll love the quality rooms, ... More | visit website
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The White House (1.01 miles)

The White House

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Quality bed and breakfast 1.5 miles from Birmingham National Exhibition Centre (NEC) and 2 miles from Birmingham Airport. Easy access to motorways M6/M42 and A45 to Birmingham Centre and Coventry ... More

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