- Very Good
- 91 guest reviews
"Couldn't get customer services to pick up the phone! Tried to call them from the car to find out about their non existent 'onsite parking' l..."
"We were happy with this hotel. The room was a decent size, the communal areas were smart and the hotel was located in a good place for the M..."
"We were in Birmingham to watch the football & have a night out as I think were a number of other people in the hotel not that it was a probl..."
"Lovely Hotel. Lovely bedroom (Book Club class room). Access to club lounge was excellent. Stay One night. Excellent for a weekend visit...."
"The hotel is fine - have stayed previously as a business traveller and felt comfortable returning with my 3 year old and husband. Two point..."
About the hotel
Enjoy a dedicated service at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre hotel, a short walk from the National Indoor Arena and Hippodrome Theatre. Emerge through the revolving glass doors to a warm welcome from the Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre's friendly Concierge. We will take care of your luggage and point you towards the elegant, open-plan b1 Bar for bar meals, coffee or cocktails.
Leave the bustling of the city behind relax in your quiet, stylish room. Club room and Suite guests can drop in at the Club Lounge to network or just take in the view. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from New Street Rail Station, with direct trains link to Birmingham International Airport and access to all major road links. Arena Central Car Park beneath the hotel is chargeable. Stroll to exhibitions at the National Indoor Arena and the ICC, or sit at a canal-side cafe and watch the world go by. Brindleyplace, with the Bull Ring, is a short walk from the hotel. Our self-contained conference floor has 11 naturally lit meeting rooms and a Business Centre supported by an enthusiastic team of organisers and technicians. Work up an appetite in the Fitness Centre or savour beautifully tender steak with a drop of red wine in the luxurious surroundings of our b1 Restaurant. Your stay at Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre is worth celebrating. Pick out style items at Hugo Boss and Harvey Nicholls at The Mailbox Complex which is a 2 minutes' walk from the hotel.
Showing Sunday 4 October 2015 to Monday 5 October 2015Change Search
- Disabled Facilities
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- Golf 18 Hole , Tennis Courts
- Hotel services
- Family friendly
- Pets Allowed
- Porter , Public Air Conditioning
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 12:00 hours
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- Pets are allowed
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95% would recommend it to a friend
Sometimes disappointing had hoped for something special
Couldn't get customer services to pick up the phone.
Tried to call them from the car to find out about their non existent 'onsite parking' late rooms said they had, once finally checked in tried to get them to order a taxi, failed to answer. Lots of literature about their range of pillows, as heavily pregnant tried to order an extra one, once they finally answered were told the didn't have any. Just not really the standard we'd hoped for. We were upgraded to get us away from the rugby lot I think which was lovely thank you. But notteallythe service we'd hoped for a special occasion. Also dirty toilets in communal areas on more than one occasion. Face to face staff and concierge were nice.
Good size rooms, decent bar and right next to the Mailbox
We were happy with this hotel.
The room was a decent size, the communal areas were smart and the hotel was located in a good place for the Mailbox and the Bullring (slightly further away from Brindleyplace). The hotel was generally clean but there were some stains on the bed throws which is my pet hate. It was unclear where to park as the hotel car park seems to be closed and there are roadworks outside - research this in advance. We parked in the mailbox which was the closest but most expensive option (£20 overnight).