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Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury
Junction 2 M5 Birchley Pk
West Midlands

B69 2B | View map

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If you are looking for a comfortable, good value hotel in Birmingham you need look no further than the newly refurbished Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury hotel. Our location near Junction 2 of the M5 affords our guests excellent travel links to Birmingham, the NEC, Cardburyworld, the National Sealife Centre and Blackcountry Museum, to name but a few.

This Birmingham hotel has been designed to provide all the facilities you need and none that you don't, ensuring very competitive prices throughout the year that also include complimentary continental breakfast. We're also delighted to introduce a contemporary new look in the Reception, lounge and meeting rooms. Each of our modern guestrooms features air conditioning , ensuite power shower, colour TV, in-room movies, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms are our Oldbury hotel comfortably accommodate up to 2 adults and 2 children. Additional facilities at the Express by Holiday Inn Oldbury hotel in Birmingham include ample car parking, a licensed bar and refurbished meeting space. We look forward to welcoming you to Express by Holiday Inn Birmingham Oldbury.

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