Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC

Hotel Front Desk: 44-871-9429160

Hotel Fax: 44-121-7814321

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Check In: 2:00 PM | Check Out: 11:00 AM | Local Time: 7:30 PM

Birmingham International Train Station

- Distance from hotel: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM East

- Complimentary hotel shuttle service to Birmingham International Train Station between 0600GMT and 2200GMT, service is subject to availability.

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- Car Parking Available

- Self-Parking Fee: 10.00 GBP

- Barrier controlled. Residents at 10GBP per car, per night. Charges for non-residents will vary

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  • This hotel is located near an airport
  • Closest City: BIRMINGHAM
  • Distance from the Hotel: 9.0 MILES
  • Local Time Zone : GMT+0

Nearest Train Station

Birmingham International Train Station

Distance to Hotel: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM East

What's New

The Jacobean-style Aston Hall has now reopened. This sumptuous mansion is set in lush gardens 8 miles from Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC and still shows signs of the attack by parliamentary troops in 1643 when a cannonball flew in through an open window.


Birmingham International rail station is 15 minutes' walk from Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC, where city-centre trains take 10 minutes. Our Concierge can book tickets to shows and concerts at the LG Arena and NEC complex, both within a few minutes' walk.

Don't Go Home Without

Catching a play by the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon, 30 minutes' drive away. Innovative and intimate in equal measure, these scintillating performances take place in a gorgeous setting by the river at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Must See

Draw inspiration from the glass roof and intricate metalwork of the intriguing Gas Hall at the neoclassical Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. The domed Round Room holds elegant Pre-Raphaelite art alongside ancient artifacts and contemporary photography.

Must Do

Hunt for sparkling gems in the beautifully restored Jewellery Quarter, England's centre for jewel and coin production in the early 20th century. Today's shoppers take on the Bullring, home to a Selfridges store that recalls a giant, melting golf ball.