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City Inn Birmingham
1 Brunswick Square
Brindleyplace

Birmingham
West Midlands

B1 2HW | View map
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City Inn Birmingham hotel, situated in the heart of Brindleyplace, combines a passion for modern design and innovation with contemporary living. Ideally located next to the ICC, NIA and Symphony Hall plus all the shopping and entertainment that Birmingham's vibrant city centre has to offer, the hotel provides the perfect location from which to explore the city.

In addition to 238 guest rooms, City Inn Birmingham boasts a stylish lounge bar, acclaimed modern European cuisine in City Café and two stylish terraces for relaxed alfresco dining.

Whether you are staying in Birmingham for business or a weekend break, City Inn provides the space to live, work and relax . We embrace light and space, style and comfort to create a modern alternative to the traditional, large hotel. It's no wonder we steal hearts and win awards.

Check in to City Inn Birmingham and check us out.

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Number of Rooms: 238
Number Ensuite: 238

Price per Room:

Double: £129
Twin: £129
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Restaurant

Name: City Café
Cuisine: Modern European
Chef: Colin Layfield.

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