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Arden Hotel and Leisure Club
Bickenhill
Solihull
West Midlands

B92 0EH | View map

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The Arden Hotel and Leisure Club is located within Solihull, 1/3 mile from the National Exhibition Centre, 1/2 mile from Birmingham International Airport and Railway Station, and 6 miles away from Birmingham City centre. All 216 bedrooms are ensuite and include flat screen televisions with pay movies, direct dial phones, HSIA, tea and coffee facilities, trouser press and hair dryer. Car parking is on site and free of charge.The Hotel boasts a well-equipped leisure club, offering a gym overlooking the indoor swimming pool. There's a sauna, steam room, solarium and a jacuzzi. There are two full-size pool and snooker tables available for residents' enjoyment. A la carte meals are served in the locally renowned Burgunday Restaurant through out the day. An extensive buffet breakfast is served in the Meeting Place Restaurant. Lighter snacks are also offered in this restaurant throught out the day.

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Number of Rooms: 216
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Name: Burgunday Restaurant

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