Etap Hotel Birmingham Airport

Concorde Road, Birmingham International Airport, Solihull, Birmingham, B26 3QL, United Kingdom

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    I stayed a weekend night here in February 14. £98.80 for a double, excluding breakfast.

    I'd stayed in an Etap before, but in France. This one is being re-branded into an Ibis Budget. I like the Accor brands, but this one seemed expensive. Mind you, all the Birmingham Airport hotels were pricey.

    The room was clean, quiet and functional. Ideal for my purposes.

    Buffet breakfast was available at £4.95, but I went across to the airport.

    They tempt you to eat lunch/dinner at the other Accor hotels on site (Ibis & Novotel) by giving a 10% discount. I tried to eat at the Ibis, but after 10 minutes sitting at the table without staff paying me any attention, I walked out - went to the airport.

    Unique Quality: Location right by the airport.

    Directions: Just 50m from the terminal.

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Forum Posts

Birmingham Symphony Hall

by kaylagirl

Which section of the hall would provide the best seats for a brass band concert?

Re: Birmingham Symphony Hall

by suvanki

Hi, I've not been to this hall, but their phone number is 0121 6445198 and the address is Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham,UK, B1 2EA
or try for more info/ seating plans etc
Best Wishes,
Sue x

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Walking up towards Broad Street from New Street

by Galahad

Walk up New Street to Victoria Square. At the end of New Street facing you is the Town Hall.
In 1830 there was a competition for a new town hall in Birmingham with less than two months allowed for the preparation of designs. The design chosen was that of Joseph Hansom and E Welsh, based on the Temple of Castor and Pollux. Construction began in 1832. In 1834 the architects were declared bankrupt and local architect Charles Edge took over and the building was formally opened on 4th October 1834. In the 1840's the finest organ in the world was built in the Town Hall so I hope that it too will be restored. I do remember hearing it being played in the 1970's. Joseph Hansom was perhaps even more famous for the Hansom Cab, which the horse-drawn predecessor of the London TaxiCab. The photo is from our National Photo Archive (© Geoff Dowling ARPS)
The Town Hall is Birmingham's only Grade 1 listed building and since the opening of the Symphony Hall has been unused. In the autumn of 2000 the Town Hall has been given a National Lottery grant to restore it to its former glory.
Nov 2002. A £31 million contract has been signed by the City Council to refurbish the Town Hall.
Jan 2003. It is due to reopen Christmas 2005.
On 15th June 2004 a one off organ recital was given prior to the organ being cocooned in plastic to protect it during the restoration work.
November 2006 At long last the scaffolding has come down. The cost has risen to £34.7 million but the good news is that plans are now in hand for the reopening in October 2007.
March 2007 The restoration is just about complete. The final cost is now £35m and the opening programme being drawn up. This will take the form of a two week festival.
October 2007 The Town Hal finally, finally has reopened and I have now reinstated it as a night spot venue. and not just a sight on a walk through the city centre.

Fact sheet: Going to magificent choral works with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, known affectionately as the CBSO, at Easter and Christmas conducted by both Louis Fremeaux and then later by Simon Rattle.

Barber Institute, Birmingham University

by denise16

By Car:

Take the A38 (Bristol Road), turning onto Edgbaston Park Road. Parking is available in the University's South Car Park, with the Institute situated at the top of the hill opposite King Edward's School, two minutes walk from the car park.

By Bus:

Nos 61, 62 and 63 leave the city centre (Corporation Street or Navigation St). The bus stops at the bottom of Navigation Street (ask for the University).

By Train:

University Station is a five minute walk from the Institute on the campus. Trains leave New Street station regularly and take approximately 10 minutes.

Nice campus to walk around, but the BArber Insitute is surprising in what they actually have on show.
Monday - Saturday: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 12 noon - 5.00 pm

New £500 million shopping centre.

by J_P_B about Bull Ring

Dozens of huge names under one roof - Selfridges, Debenhams, H&M, Gap, Next, Swarovski, Nike, Benetton, Karen Millen, Next... the list goes on. The largest City Centre Retail lead development in Europe.

Birmingham international airport

by jacob_m

The airport of Birmingham is 13 km southwest of the city centre and is linked to the city centre by a train service (however you have to take a bus to get to the station), most trains between London and Birmingham stop at the airport.
The airport is served by most larger European airlines to destinations as Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Milan and Copenhagen but also to the middle-east and the US (a daily flight to New York).
British Airways is natuarlly the larger operator.

A taste of Italy...

by Lyndra about San Carlo

San Carlo, on Temple Row in the City Centre, is a great restaurant with quality food.
The restaurant prides itself on having celebrity clients but is not at all pretentious, just serves really tasty food and wine. The menu is extensive and having tried many items on it I can say that the range and quality is excellent. The garlic and cheese pizza bread starter is gorgeous and a personal favourite but I have never sent any food back in this restaurant.
It is set on two floors and is always fairly busy, you should book for weekend evenings definately. Great service with humorous and friendly waiting staff.
A lovely experience...


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Address: Concorde Road, Birmingham International Airport, Solihull, Birmingham, B26 3QL, United Kingdom