Holiday Inn

Chapel Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham, West Midlands, B43 7BG, United Kingdom
Holiday Inn Birmingham M6, Jct. 7
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Excellent
24%
80
Very Good
32%
105
Average
22%
75
Poor
13%
43
Terrible
7%
24

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  • Couples64
  • Solo50
  • Business45

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Accommodation

by Glen30

Hello,

I am flying to Birmingham early next year to watch the LIVE Stictly Come Dancing.

http://www.strictlycomedancinglive.co.uk/default.asp?contentID=644

The show will take place at the "LG Arena at the NEC". Could someone recommend some B&Bs which are within walking distance from this Arena. I don't have to worry much about transport after the show.

Thanks
Glen

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by puerto_lover

http://www.hiexpress.co.uk/

Express By Holiday Inn
BIRMINGHAM NEC
BICKENHILL PARKWAY
BIRMINGHAM, B40 1QA
ENGLAND

Re: Accommodation

by Glen30

Thanks Sir

Re: Accommodation

by zuriga

www.smoothhound.co.uk has good recommendations for B&Bs all over the UK and Scotland. You could check those for some ideas. The Google map site could help you locate where they are in relation to the venues for the show.

Re: Accommodation

by Glen30

thanks

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Tennis Sensation

by Yudhis

The DFS Classic grass court tournament start every year in June at the Edgbaston Priory Club, for the warmup match to Wimbledon. Many great women players take parts in this lovely atmosphere and surrounding area.

Great events to take your little girls to watch their idols play elegantly in the court.

The Custard Factory

by J_P_B

Previously the home of Birds Custard, this is one of the hippest places to work in Birmingham (I should know, I work there). Other than that though, it has some fantastic shops, the Medicine Bar and constantly has an artistic buzz about it. There are often gigs taking place as well as exhibitions and it is also home to what is allegedly Britain's largest living sculpture, "The Green Man" (see piccie).

It's located in Digbeth, just a couple of hundred metres from the Coach Station if you are heading away from the City.

Classical Music and More

by brummielaura about Symphony Hall

Symphony Hall is a world-class venue for classical music - the acoustics are brilliant. I once sat at the very back of the top circle and it still sounded as if I was sat right in the centre!

There are regular concerts by the CBSO (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra). Sir Simon Rattle was their principal conductor before he went off to the Berlin Philharmonics, so this might give you an idea of their class!

Apart from the CBSO concerts, there are frequent concerts by national and international guests. For example, I've heard Bryn Terfel as well as a concert conducted by Sir Simon (as a guest star).

Symphony Hall was only opened in 1991 and is in the same building as the ICC, a convention centre.

Even if you don't go to hear a concert, you can still enter the building. Enter from Centenary Square and leave at Brindley Place at the other end. Smart

By air to Birmingham...

by Moricamby

By air to Birmingham Internation Airport; by train to New Street Station - the centre of the UK rail network; by road - the centre of the road network; by coach
Not by car. There is a one-way road system, that is great if you know it but a maze if you don't. Also it's impossible to park andif you can find a space, the meters are expensive.
Walk. The central area of Birmingham was built on a ridge, so it was built in layers. This means that nowhere is far away - mostly up or down.
By bus. Check out the different saver fares. There is an office just outside New Street Station with details, maps, timetables, etc. Otherwise make sure you have a pocket full of loose change. The buses are pay-as-you-enter and they don't give change! Apart from that the drivers are extremely helpful, especially to tourists.

Classy Chinese!

by Lyndra about China Red

China Red is an excellent restaurant on Broad Street in central Birmingham. The food is typical of many chinese/cantonese restaurants but is served by unbelievably helpful staff in very pleasant surroundings. The food is good quality and the cost provides excellent value for money. It is unusual to need to book but on busy weekends or nearer to Christmas this may be necessary. It is conveniently located right in the middle of Broad Street so is easily accessible. Car parking is on street at the rear of the restaurant but there are some car parks within reasonable walking distance too.

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