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Aston Business School, Birmingham, West Midlands

Aston Business School
Aston Triangle
West Midlands

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Set within the landscaped grounds of Aston University, Aston Business Schools newly refurbished Management Development Centre is only a 10 minute walk from Birmingham's Main shopping area.Because of the central location, you will be able access many of Birminghams key attractions such as the ICC, Symphony Hall, The National Sealife Centre and the National Indoor Arena all of which are approximately a 5 minute taxi ride away.For those visiting The NEC and Birmingham International Airport, a taxi ride will take approximately 20 minutes.We have onsite car parking which is free of charge and Birmingham New Street Station is a 15 minute walk from Aston Business School.Having just undergone a 20 million facelift, the Management Development Centre is the perfect place to stay when visiting Birmingham .With our excellent facilities, we are able to meet all you requirements whether you are staying with us on business or for leisure. We have added 80 contemporary bedrooms to our already excellent accommodation.All of our bedrooms are en suite with TV's, tea & coffee making facilities,direct dial phones and are all Non-Smoking.

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