- Sealife Centre
- Barclaycard Arena (Formally NIA)
- The Library of Birmingham
- Symphony Hall
- Genting Arena
- Drayton Manor Theme Park
- Alexander Stadium
- Cadbury World
- West Midlands Safari Park
- The ICC
- Thinktank Science Museum
- Bullring Birmingham
- Villa Park
- Edgbaston Cricket Ground
- Grand Central
City Name: Birmingham
Direction from City Center to Hotel: West
Distance from Hotel: 0.8 MI/ 1.29 KM
Closest Convention Centre: International Convention Centre (ICC)
Distance from Hotel: 0.6 MI/ 0.97 KM West
Convenience Store: 0.2 MI/ 0.32 KM North
Golf: 11 MI/ 17.7 KM North
A 20-minute stroll from the hotel, the National Sea Life Centre aquarium features a transparent 360° ocean tunnel giving visitors the chance to come face to face with reef sharks, sea turtles and tropical fish. The aquarium is home to more than 230 species, including a group of gentoo penguins, and also offers an interactive rock pool and a 4D cinema experience.
The Thinktank science museum, fifteen minutes' walk from the hotel, houses educational displays and interactive exhibits exploring the world of science and technology, over four floors. The Move It Gallery offers visitors the chance to take a journey back to Birmingham's industrial past, while the Planetarium provides an insight on astronomy and the heavenly bodies of our solar system.
Birmingham's favourite bistro offering a wide selection of mediterranean dishes in a relaxed and friendly environment
Location: 0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM East
Serves: Lunch, Dinner
Phone Number: 44-121-2361171
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A 15-minute walk from the hotel, the Jewellery Quarter occupies a district dating back more than 200 years. The area is home to over 100 jewellery businesses, as well as a vibrant restaurant scene. Pay a visit to the Museum of the Jewellery Quarter to learn about the area’s history, before taking a stroll in the leafy square surrounding St. Paul’s church, the city’s last remaining Georgian square.
The Electric Cinema, less than 20 minutes' walk from the hotel, has two screens and dates from the early 20th century making it the oldest working cinema in the UK. The building’s art deco features include the bar, which serves coffees and cocktails, as well as sweet and savoury snacks. Book yourself a sofa seat to take in a classic, foreign or newly released film.