Birmingham hotel one of Expedia’s ‘Best of VIP Access Hotels for 2017’
The newly rebranded Clayton Hotel Birmingham has been named as one of the ‘Best of VIP Access Hotels for 2017’ by Expedia, the international online travel company.
The Birmingham city hotel will now feature as one of a handpicked selection of hotels located around the world, representing the finest hotel experiences available.
The honour was given based on Expedia+ member feedback meaning the Clayton Hotel Birmingham is delivering on the highest standards of customer service.
General manager of Clayton Hotel Birmingham, Anna Wadcock said,
We are delighted to receive this recognition of the first-class service we offer to all our guests.”
We have made many improvements since the rebrand to Clayton Hotel Birmingham. We have introduced triple bedrooms and opened The Grill restaurant offering the highest standard of dining at affordable prices.”
Prime Birmingham Location
The 4-star hotel is in a strategic Birmingham location on the east side of the city, close to the High Speed 2 (HS2) railway line which will reduce travel time between Birmingham and London to 49 minutes once completed. The city is brimming with development because of the planned infrastructural changes and selection as the hosts of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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