1) The Grand Hotel Birmingham

Madeleine Bar at the Grand BirminghamHoused in one of Birmingham's most iconic buildings on Colmore Row, The Grand Hotel Birmingham occupies a Grade II* listed building and is in walking distance of the city’s top attractions, shops, and dining spots.

With 185 bedrooms and suites, a chic cocktail bar, New York-style restaurant, hotel gym, and a breathtaking Grand Ballroom, the hotel has long been a firm favourite for royals and A-listers alike, with previous guests including Charlie Chaplin, Johnny Depp, Tom Cruise and King Charles.
 

2) Staying Cool at Rotunda

Views of Birmingham skyline from Staying Cool apartment balconyStaying Cool’s boutique serviced apartments boast unmatched panoramic views of Birmingham from the 16th-20th floors of the iconic Rotunda, a restored 1960’s architectural landmark.

Each apartment is individually curated with bespoke furniture and original artwork and features floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Committed to a sustainable and ethical approach at the core of everything they do, Staying Cool prioritises renewable energy sources, chemical-free cleaning products and partnerships with some of Birmingham’s finest independent suppliers.
 

3) Hyatt Regency

Nestled within the iconic Birmingham skyline, Hyatt Regency is a luxurious contemporary hotel that offers a harmonious blend of modern comfort and sophisticated design. Boasting spacious rooms and suites, along with a range of upscale amenities including Aria Restaurant and The Gentleman & Scholar pub, a fitness centre, luxury health spa and swimming pool, stunning bars, live entertainment, and versatile event spaces, the Hyatt Regency caters to the needs of any visitor.

With its central location a stone’s throw from Birmingham Library, Symphony Hall, The Rep, Brindleyplace and the Mailbox, guests can easily explore Birmingham's rich cultural offerings, shopping districts, and business hubs before returning to ultimate comfort.
 

4) The Edgbaston Park Hotel

Double bedroom at Edgbaston Park Hotel

The Edgbaston Park Hotel in Birmingham offers a charming blend of historic elegance and modern comfort, situated within the picturesque surroundings of Edgbaston Park.

Formerly a part of the University of Birmingham, this boutique hotel provides guests with a tranquil retreat while still being conveniently close to the city centre with a choice of Feature, Deluxe, and Executive rooms as well as apartments.

Guests can enjoy the hotel’s restaurant and bar, or explore nearby attractions such as the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Winterbourne House and Gardens, Edgbaston Golf Club, and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts.
 

5) Park Regis

External view of Park RegisThe Park Regis Hotel in Birmingham stands as a testament to modern luxury and urban sophistication in England's dynamic second city. Situated in the bustling city centre, the hotel offers 253 rooms and suites, a 16th-floor rooftop restaurant and bar with panoramic city views, and state-of-the-art meeting and event spaces, making it the perfect place for both business and pleasure.

Its central location places guests within easy reach of renowned attractions such as the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Symphony Hall, and the historic Jewellery Quarter.
 

6) Macdonald Burlington

 

Originally established in the Victorian era, the Macdonald Burlington has been a fixture of Birmingham's hospitality scene since 1879. Its rich history is evident in the elegant architecture and timeless charm that greet guests upon arrival.

Situated conveniently near New Street Station, Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham Cathedral and Symphony Hall, the Macdonald Burlington Hotel offers 112 beautifully appointed rooms and suites. From luxurious bedding to spacious bathrooms, every detail is meticulously crafted to ensure a memorable stay.

Guests can choose from the hotel's signature Scottish Steakhouse Restaurant, renowned for its prime cuts of beef and seasonal specialities, or for a more casual dining experience, the Burlington Bar provides a cosy setting to enjoy light bites and cocktails.
 

7) Hotel Du Vin

The Hotel du Vin in Birmingham exudes elegance and charm, housed within a historic Victorian building that was once the Birmingham Eye Hospital. Built in the 19th century, this architectural gem was transformed into a boutique hotel in 2004, retaining its original character while offering modern luxury to guests.

Located in the vibrant Jewellery Quarter near to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, St Paul’s Square, and the Pen Museum, Hotel du Vin Birmingham features 66 rooms and suites with plush furnishings, luxurious bedding, and sleek bathrooms.

The hotel's Bistro offers dishes inspired by classic French cuisine, showcasing locally sourced ingredients and expertly crafted dishes. Meanwhile, the bar provides a cosy atmosphere for enjoying a selection of fine wines, craft beers, and artisanal spirits.
 

8) Saint Pauls House

Originally constructed as a humble Georgian townhouse in the 18th century, St. Paul's House offers a selection of uniquely designed luxury rooms and boutique suites for guests to enjoy.

Located amidst the historic streets of the Jewellery Quarter, St. Paul's House Hotel is also home to a vibrant dining scene, with its on-site restaurant and bar offering a tempting array of dishes inspired by global flavours and locally sourced ingredients in a beautiful yet comfortable setting.
 

9) Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Situated adjacent to the National Exhibition Centre and just minutes away from Birmingham Airport, the Hilton Birmingham Metropole has evolved into one of Birmingham's premier destinations for business and leisure travellers alike.

With over 790 modern and spacious rooms and suites, the Hilton Birmingham Metropole offers comfortable stays for guests attending events at the NEC, Resorts World, or exploring the vibrant city centre. The hotel's extensive facilities include multiple dining options, a fitness suite, a swimming pool, and versatile event spaces.

Over the years, the hotel has played host to countless memorable events, conferences, and exhibitions, contributing to Birmingham's reputation as a hub for business and entertainment.
 

10) Malmaison

The Malmaison Hotel is a boutique gem nestled in the heart of the city's vibrant downtown, housed within the historic Birmingham Royal Mail sorting office.

Boasting 193 uniquely designed rooms and suites, as well as a spa, cocktail bar, and stylish function spaces, the Malmaison Birmingham offers guests a truly immersive experience. The hotel's vibrant atmosphere extends to its dining options, including the iconic Chez Mal Brasserie, serving up a delectable menu of British and French-inspired dishes in a lively setting.

With its central location near the Bullring Shopping Centre, the Mailbox, and the city's cultural attractions, the Malmaison Hotel is the perfect stay when wanting to explore Birmingham's dynamic offerings.
 

11) Clayton Hotel

Situated within walking distance of the Bullring Shopping Centre and the Birmingham New Street Station, the Clayton Hotel boasts 174 sleek rooms and suites with a focus on personal touches for a truly memorable stay.

The hotel also features a range of dining options, including the Grill Restaurant, serving up a mouthwatering menu of British classics with a contemporary twist, and the Alvar Bar, perfect for enjoying a casual meal or drinks with friends.

With its central location and modern facilities, the Clayton Hotel Birmingham provides a convenient and comfortable base for exploring all that the city has to offer.