- Very Good
- 58 guest reviews
"Stayed on a Monday and Tuesday night, and the reduced rate on late rooms made this excellent value for money. The bar area was quiet and an..."
"The room they put us in was a lovely room and very disabled friendly but it was not in the main part of the hotel, it was in an outbuilding..."
"Room was nice but the window didn't shut and the shower only had two temperatures. Cold or scorching. The food however for horid. The burger..."
"Lovely hotel with great history. Astounded that it was so quiet yet so close to Birmingham. Room was spacious and clean, hotel was quiet and..."
"Excellent customer service...."
About the hotel
Located just 15 minutes from Birmingham city centre with free Wi-Fi access and complimentary parking. This elegant Monor house is set in ten acres of idyllic landscaped gardens offers luxurious refinement, exquisite accommodation and delightful cuisine. Far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this stunning Grade 1 listed property cuts an impressive figure against the spectacular surroundings of the original walled gardens.
Rich in history and period detail, visitors are sure to feel as if they have been transported back to a bygone age of grandiose romanticism. Lovingly restored and maintained, the building retains much of its original features and charm, including graceful wooden floors and intricate stone carvings. Sympathetically complementing this traditional aesthetic with stylish modern furnishings and conveniences, guests are free to indulge both the enchanting splendours of the past with the discerning comforts of the present. Each of the 32 exquisite en-suite rooms are uniquely styled and furnished yet still reflect the atmospheric allure of this historic building. Basking in a delightful opulence of comfort and relaxation, each room benefits from a welcoming range of conveniences and luxuries, including complimentary Wi-Fi access and a flat screen tv. There is a range of accommodation types available, including Superior and Deluxe options as well as a stunning four-poster State Bedroom. As well as these rooms there are also a number of Classic rooms which are situated next door in the 17th Century dated Brew house. Complimenting the impressive standards of the accommodation The Hotel is also the proud producer of some truly captivating cuisine. Guests can choose from a 3 course menu in The Great Hall Restaurant or for a more informal dining experience, the contemporary Butler’s Lounge provides comfortable surroundings and a relaxed atmosphere. Whatever guests choose, they can be assured of excellent customer service and an extensive menu designed to appeal to even the most discerning of appetites. Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel adds a sense of occasion to any conference or business meeting, with a close proximity to Birmingham City Centre, extensive facilities and multiple purpose built rooms which can accommodate up to 136 delegates. It is also a fantastic venue for private events and occasions including Weddings. From lavish parties to intimate celebrations, guests can be assured of a fantastic day laced with sophistication and style. Its unique position allows for fantastic access to the all of the great attractions in the area. The cosmopolitan city of Birmingham is an exciting place packed with a wealth of things to do. It is the second largest city in the UK, contains more parks than any other city in Europe and is said to have more miles of canals than Venice. A shopper’s paradise it is home to everything from stylish big-brands and high-street labels to vibrant markets and the world-famous Jewellery Quarter. The Bullring is the glamorous heart of Birmingham, offering 1. 2 million sq ft of retail heaven, more than 25 restaurants and over 160 shops. Those seeking more cultural pursuits are just as spoilt for choice. The Hippodrome, Birmingham’s flagship theatre and home to the Birmingham Royal Ballet, has everything from opera to musicals. There’s also the Alexandria, an exquisite Edwardian auditorium offering a rich mix of drama, comedy and concerts, and the Repertory Theatre renowned for its original plays and family friendly entertainment. For art lovers, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery has the largest collection of Pre-Raphaelites in the world. The Icon is one of Europe's leading contemporary art galleries, and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts has a balance between old and new. For family fun, there’s the Sea Life Centre, the educational fun of Thinktank and the National Indoor Arena, one of the busiest large scale indoor sporting and entertainment venues in Europe. Just a 12 minute drive from the Hotel is the NEC, the UK’s largest exhibition centre and host to over 160 exhibitions and 2. 5 million visitors each year. Further afield is the awe-inspiring Warwick Castle, here visitors can immerse themselves in over a thousand years of enthralling history.
Showing Tuesday 3 May 2016 to Wednesday 4 May 2016Change Search
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout , Disabled Facilities
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wedding Licence , Porter
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available , Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Wi-Fi Available In Rooms , Secretary Service , Private dining services
- Restaurant , Lounge Menu , Bar
- In room entertainment
- TV , Satellite TV , [Channels] News , Radio
- In room facilities
- Safety Deposit Box , Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Iron And Board In Each Room , Telephone In Each Room
- Hotel services
- Limited room service for hot food , Laundry/Valet Service , Wake Up Call Available
- Disabled Access Public Areas , Disabled Access Bedrooms , Wheelchair Access , Wheelchair Access To Reception , Wheelchair Access To Restaurant , Wheelchair Access To Bar , Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms , Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
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- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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83% would recommend it to a friend
a disappointing stay in Birmingham
From the outside and when walking into the foyer at the Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel you can be nothing but impressed.
The staff at check in were pleasant and informative. We got to our room - the smallest 'superior' room I have ever encountered. The bed was tiny, the mattress as hard and uncomfortable as you could stand and the quilt little more than a quilt cover... The breakfast experience was appalling, we went into a small dining room as the man dining room was catering for the guests from a wedding the previous day, no problem, but the staff gave us no clue as to what we were expected to do. I and several others came in, sat down and waited. We then all in turn got up and started serving ourselves to then be told what we should expect. Continental was the left overs from the wedding as was the cooked (which we chose to avoid) - all self service from another room...!
Great place to stay
Stayed on a Monday and Tuesday night, and the reduced rate on late rooms made this excellent value for money.
The bar area was quiet and an ideal place to relax for a few hours after a day's work, food was very good as well. The staff were polite and attentative (without being overly so).
The 'Brew House' rooms are spacious with a good ensuite bathroom, only niggle would be that I couldn't pick up the hotel wifi in the room.