Stay central at the comfortable Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre hotel, 2 minutes' walk from Birmingham New Street train station. Friendly staff is ready to welcome you to the Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre . Contemporary decor makes your guest room a stylish home-from-home experience, complimentary wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel. We're located in the heart of the city in a great location to all of Birmingham’s main attractions such as the ICC, Bullring Shopping Centre, NIA, Hippodrome Theatre, Alexandra Theatre, Sea life Centre and many more, certainly making us the ideal choice when you are looking for a hotel in Birmingham . We are able to host banquets and conferences for up to 600 people in Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre's 13 meeting rooms which makes for an impressive corporate event, dinner or conference . Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre's Albany Restaurant serves a full English buffet breakfast each morning and our Albany restaurant makes for an impressive spot to enjoy tasty dishes throughout the evening. Our Albany Bar is a great place to watch sports on plasma TVs and enjoy drinks on the terrace. The Hotel is a short stroll to The Arcadian complex, where you can dine on world cuisine from British to Chinese, spending an evening sipping cosmopolitans and watching hilarious stand-up comedy at the famous, Glee Club .
All staff were very friendly and helpful.
Lovely big bed. Choice of pillows. Bath + shower.spacious room. Great lighting. Big T.V. clean room. 12 o'clock checkout. Lovely meal in restaurant.
Near to Birmingham New St Station.
Although you offer other pillows, the standard foam pillow was the one in the room, I would have prefered a feather pillow as the standard
Breakfast is excellent. Lots of choices.
Room is a bit too small.
Lovely room, very clean and good facilities. Good vfm especially on nye.
Heating was poor - took ages for room to warm up. Tried to use the phone to advise staff but phone went dead - rang hotel number on mobile and left msge but nobody called back.