Portland Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

313 Hagley Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B16 9LQ, United Kingdom
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Poor
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Costs 55% less but rated 52% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples17
  • Solo29
  • Business40

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how to get to Edgbaston Priiory CLub

by MILALOU

how do i get to Edgebaston Priory Club on thursday morning from Birmington airport. what is the name of a cheap hotel suitable for my husband and child to stay in for an early morning flight.

Re: how to get to Edgbaston Priiory CLub

by leics

I am sorry no-one has answered your question so far. I have been avoiding it because although Birmingham is near me, I do not know it very well.

No UK airport hotels are cheap, but you can find those near Birmingham airport listed here:

http://www.aboutbritain.com/BirminghamAirportHotels.asp

Bed & breakfast accommodation is usually cheaper. List here:

http://www.bedandbreakfasts.co.uk/propertysearch.asp?location=Birmingham+Airport

There is a travelplanner here:

http://www.travelinemidlands.co.uk/JourneyPlanner.jsp

which will tell you how to get from the airport to Edgbaston Priory Club.

Basically, you take the train from the airport to Birmingham New Street station, then walk to Stephenson Street (ask for directions when you arrive at New Street) and take bus 63.

The travelplanner will give you more information. Journey should take around an hour.

Re: how to get to Edgbaston Priiory CLub

by Lyndra

Hi there is an Ibis and a Novotel on the airport. The Ibis is usually very cheap and is walking distance (3 minutes) from the terminal.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

1) Park at the Indoor Market...

by voxyloxy

1) Park at the Indoor Market Carpark (In the City Centre) It's got one of the cheapest rates around at 50p first hour.

2) St Martin's Market opens on Tuesdays Fridays and Saturdays - It's a large enclosed (street style)market with many stalls (Almost like an organised carboot) near the chinese quater and they sell all sorts of quirky interesting things. Seems odd to me for the market to be opened only on such odd days in a prime building but - thats Birmingham for you.

3) You absolutely must visit BM&AG (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery). It's Free Entry (unless you count giving a small voluntary donation ) and Birmingham has one of the finest Pre-Raphaelite Painting Collections.

4) You must also visit the IKON Gallery on 'trendy' up and coming Broad Street. This Gallery in stark contrast to the BM&AG is housed in a wonderfully refurbished old building with lots of creative interactive exhibitions by contemporary artists both performing and fine. Birmingham's city mascot is the crane (not the bird) as it's mostly under construction at the moment. I'm sure Birmingham will be a mighty fine city when they finish building it.

The Villains

by DUNK67

Name
Aston Villa
Nickname
The Villains
Stadium
Villa Park
League Play In
Premier League
Honours
League Cup Winners 5 times
FA Cup Winners 7 time
Football League Division 1 Winners 7 times
European Cup Winners
European Super Cup Winners
Home Kit
Claret and blue shirts, white shorts, Claret and blue socks.
Away Kit
White shirts, blue shorts, white socks To watch the match the only equipment you really need is a good strong voice to sing your club`s songs and encourage the team and your eyes to actually watch the game, some people do take a pair of binoculars if they sit far from the pitch.
Apart from the above the club s encourage you to buy their merchandise to enhance your matchday experience, you can buy virtually anything from hats and scarfs to the full blown replica kit, which generally is updated annually.

Family Shopping

by fouads about Primark

Every one know that UK is very expensive so when you want to shopping you will find the clothes is high price but there is some shops sell good quality clothe but in cheap price like Primark shops , it,s very good for all family , i buy from it 40 item one time so take my advise think it deserve visit . and the clothes are the same in London and Birmingham you can buy all family clothes pay cheap price in compare in all UK shops

Around the city center are...

by gabriellefox

Around the city center are many newly refurbished pubs and bars, the new look refurbished gas street basin has attracted some trendy bars and clubs, the James Brindley being very popular. Also nearby are the Glassworks and the Flapper and Firkin and the Malt House is well situated near the National Indoor Arena.
After a tough day at the exhibition centres take a load off and check out the evening entertainment if you have the stamina. This is the smart part of town.

Italian Ristorante at Canal

by MISSQT about Don Salvo

"The Mailbox's Hidden Secret"...

A traditional italian restuarant, overlooking the the canal which lits up at night. A truely idyllic setting..ideal for loving couples...who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a excellent italian dishes.... I would recommend:

Starters: Traditional Italian Soup served with crusty bread (tastes like mixed vegs, quite nice and healthy)

Main Course: Filetto Rossini (A tender scotch fillet steak cooked in a rich Madeira, red wine and brandy sauce served on fresh crouton topped with chefs homemade pate)

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Address: 313 Hagley Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B16 9LQ, United Kingdom