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Attractions à proximité
- Cadburys Word
- Drayton Manor Theme Park
- National Sea Life Centre
- Grand Prix Karting
- Genting Arena
- Bullring Shopping Centre
- Thinktank Science Museum
- Delta Force Paintball
- Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery
- National Motorcycle Museum
- Birmingham NEC
- Nature Centre
- The Fort Shopping Centre (Fort Dunlop)
- Genting International Casino at Resorts World
Nom de la ville : BIRMINGHAM
Pour se rendre du centre-ville à l’hôtel : Sud-Est
Distance jusqu’à l’hôtel : 9 MI/ 14.48 KM
Centre de conventions le plus proche : 1 mile
Distance jusqu’à l'hôtel : 1 MI/ 1.61 KM
Golf : 10 MI/ 16.09 KM Nord-Est
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery sits in the heart of Birmingham, around 30 minutes by car from the hotel or 15 minutes by train from Birmingham International station. Highlights of its extensive collection include a vast number of pre-Raphaelite works and countless Ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian artefacts, all housed in a grand 19th-century building. Kids can follow special family trails.
If you're travelling with children, or are a big kid at heart, Drayton Manor Theme Park is less than 20 minutes' drive from the hotel. The littlest members of the family are likely to make a beeline for Thomas Land and the play area, while teens love adrenaline-inducing roller coasters like Shockwave and G-Force. Prefer something calmer? Everyone can enjoy the zoo and crazy golf.
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If you have a sweet tooth, you may find it hard to resist visiting Cadbury World, half an hour from the hotel by car. There's plenty to try as you learn about chocolate production and the history of the UK's most famous chocolate manufacturer. If the samples don't satisfy your cravings, you can pick up a sweet treat at the café.
Conveniently located five minutes' drive from the hotel, the National Motorcycle Museum is not your usual museum. It displays British motorcycles dating from the late 19th century to the present day, and is a great place to learn about the country's manufacturing history.