Hotels in Birmingham
The NEC Birmingham
Monday to Sunday: 24 hours
Hilton Birmingham Metropole offers a prime location, close to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Genting Arena and Birmingham International Airport.Guest rooms are bright and airy at this family-friendly Birmingham hotel and some with lake views.
Upgrade to an Executive Room for Executive Lounge access with free breakfast and refreshments. Select suites boast a living room and working area. This family-friendly hotel in Birmingham offers Family Rooms that sleep up to two adults and two small children. Accessible rooms and adjoining rooms are available.
Plan a function at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel, with 33 meeting rooms for up to 2000 delegates and the support of our experienced Event Manager. Make the onsite business center your office on the road, providing secretarial and typing services. Enjoy international buffet dining in the Boulevard Restaurant, order from our a la carte menu in Millers restaurant or sip cocktails in the 24-hour Lounge Bar.
The hotel has excellent car parking facilities and is a recent ‘Safe Park' car parking award winner.
Also next to the NEC exhibition centre. Great place to arrange business meetings. Also very nice and modern rooms. Service is good and friendly. Plus there are leisure activities, gym and swimming pool to wind down.
Roland Choy - 10/12/2008 | report this review
I stayed in this hotel one night on a business trip a couple of years ago - and whilst the hotel itself was ok, I did have major problems with checking in. I booked my room months before, and fortunately took a copy of the booking information and receipt with me. I found that when I got there, because someone else with the same surname had cancelled their booking the week before, mine had also been cancelled - and the hotel had not had the courtesy to inform me of this, even by way of an automatic email to let me know. I therefore had a bad half hour or more explaining the situation to at least three staff before I was able to get a room - when I had been up already for 12 hours that day.When I got to the room I found that there were no tea/coffee facilities, and no towels. I assume I had been put in a room that was spare. Therefore it took me over an hour in total to check in fully and get to a stage I could wind down at all. I was not impressed, and I have not stayed there since.I am sure most of the facilities are great, but this experience seriously coloutred my appreciation of things on that trip. For well over Â£100 a room, I would expect better service than this. I have not had a similar experience elsewhere.
A User - 06/08/2008 | report this review
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