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Ramada Encore Birmingham City Centre
Ernest Street / Holloway Head
West Midlands

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THE HOTEL WILL OPEN IN JULY 2009. Located in the heart of the city centre for visitors to enjoy the delights of Birmingham, is 5 minutes' walk from Birmingham New Street station & 5 minutes' walk from the Bull Ring and the Mailbox, 10 minutes' walk from Broad Street, The NIA, the ICC and the Sea Life Centre and within easy driving distance of the NEC. Ramada Encore concept is simple - fresh, stylish, vibrant and upbeat, has its own restaurant, bar and offers a complementary wireless internet access on public areas and limited on-site car park on a first come first serve basis at the cost of 10.00 for overnight stay.Ramada Encore has 131 stylish ensuite bedrooms, and 1 modern purpose built meeting room. All guest rooms feature a stylish wooden floored room with modern ensuite wetroom & power shower, high-speed internet access, work area, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee facilities, hairdryer and flat screen satellite TV.The Hotel is surrounded by exiting family activities such as Cadbury World, Drayton Manner, West Midlands Safari Park and The Severn Valley Railway. Overall Ramada Encore is the perfect choice for leisure or business travellers offering a place to relax at a reasonable price.

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