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Staying Cool At The Rotunda Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands

Staying Cool At The Rotunda Birmingham
West Midlands

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Staying Cool's stunning apartments on the top two floors of the newly refurbished Rotunda offer amazng views of the city, just three minutes from New Street Station and right next door to Selfridges. Each apartment has floor-to-ceiling glass windows that open fully (perfect for the Summer months) and the Penthouse has its own private balcony on the very top floor. These stylish apartments have been designed with your maximum comfort in mind. Each comes with bespoke designer furniture, a very well-equipped Poggenpohl kitchen, Gaggia espresso maker with complimentary organic milk and Illy coffee, oranges for the juicer, Apple Mac, iPod dock, plus a king size bed with pocket sprung/memory foam mattress for the very best night's sleep. There's a 24 hour reception and concierge service offering Staying Cool's renowned service. In Manchester, Staying Cool's four and five star apartments won the 2008 award for best serviced apartments (their apartments in Birmingham have only just opened and they are awaiting a quality inspection from Quality in Tourism in early June (4 and 5 star ratings are also expected). "Staying Cool combines the luxe of a trendy small hotel with the independence of an apartment," Condé Nast Traveller "Attention to detail makes Staying Cool's apartments stand out from the crowd," The Independent "In Short, it's perfect," The Observer

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