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Good For Solo
A Comfy Stay in the City's Historic Quarter
During my visits to Birmingham for Phantom in April and May 2013 I stayed in this wonderful Premier Inn in the city's business and historic quarter. On my first visit (April 2013) it cost me 53 gbp per room per night for a room and on my subsequent visit (May 2013) it cost my friend and I 60 gbp per room per night.
I (and my friend) had a wonderful and comfortable stays there. I can't wait to stay in another Premier Inn on a future visit to Birmingham or to any other UK cities.
Breakfast is excluded in the rates but I opted for the 'All You Can Eat' buffet breakfast for 8.25 gbp (April & May 2013). I considered this as good value as I didn't need to need to have another meal that day!
Unique Quality: I was very impressed with the rooms especially the space and interior decor. The rooms were clean, fresh with its comfy beds and a lovely spacious bathroom. The room had a desk as well as tea and coffee making facilities and air conditioning. I also loved the long bay windows which cover the whole room and gave an adequate supply of natural light in the room.
Directions: Off Temple Street (from New Street) and a short walk from Victoria Square and the Council House in the City Centre.
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