The Edgbaston Palace Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

198 - 200 Hagley Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B16 9PQ, United Kingdom
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56%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
15%
32
Very Good
25%
55
Average
16%
36
Poor
16%
36
Terrible
25%
53

Value Score Average Value

Costs 21% less but rated 16% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families43
  • Couples44
  • Solo47
  • Business31

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Travel Places

by workfordirect

What is the best tourism places in united kingdom?

Re: Travel Places

by GrumpyDiver

London is always a good place to start. There are enough sites in and around that city to keep you going for a good week.

Re: Travel Places

by ricky52

Now call me cynical if you want but I suspect you’re not really that interested coming to the UK as a tourist.
I suspect that you intend to live and work here on a tourist visa.
Your VT name is a bit of a clue and I know that when you apply for a visa, you are going to be asked about places you are coming to see.
I saw one guy on TV and he said he as going to see Birmingham Palace, his visa was denied.

If you are a real tourist, there is tons of information on this site and other travel based websites.

Re: Travel Places

by planxty

Ricky, I don't think you are cynical at all.

Re: Travel Places

by hawkhead

Nor do I! I reckon that if he intends to come and work on a tourist visa then he can do his own research! I am not going to aid and abet.....

Re: Travel Places

by workfordirect

hi..Thanks for gave a informations

Re: Travel Places

by workfordirect

Hi..thank you.But we need a particular places in uk.Please keep it

Travel Tips for Birmingham

The oldest and friendliest sailing club in the Mid

by jeviens

Midland Sailing Club was the first in the West Midlands when it was formed in 1894 and now has the reputation of being the friendliest club in the Midlands.

The Club Sails on Saturday afternoons all year round, and on Wednesday evenings in summer.

Visitors are always made welcome.
MSC is a RYA approved training centre, and the home of the Midland Windsurfing Centre - tel. 0121 454 1997 We sail RS 400s, Fireballs, Merlin Rockets, GP14s, National 12s, Solos, RS Fevas, Toppers and Optimists.

The electric cimema - no shock there.

by sourbugger

Birmingham is home to the oldest cinema that is still operating in the UK. it occupies quite a narrow site just behind the grimiest exit to New street station. It shows mainstream films and some art-house stuff but avoids the worst excesses of Holywood get-rich-quick conveyer belt productions (e.g police academy 76)

The cinema was built in 1909, and has seen re-named and re-built several times since. A secon screen was added and the newest owners have re-furbished adding a full bar service and brought the technical side of things bang up to date.

So if you fancy a night at the movies make a point of enjoying it in this quirky independent (the only one in Brum) rather than in a faceless multiplex.

The Figure of Eight

by kayleigh06 about Broad Street

This is a bar situated on Broad Street across the road from where I work, I went there for the first time last week.

Never had been in there before as it's a Wetherspoons pub. I don't like them. They are far to quiet for me, as they don't play any music in any of them, but this was a (special) one of as someone was leaving from work.

The prices wasn't to bad, you can buy a 'burger and drink' meal for £4.25. The price wasn't to bad as I said, but the meal was sh**e and they didn't have a pint of Stella in the 'drink' section. So was pretty gutted about that.

The place itself is quite big and the place is quite tidy (well pub 'tidy') and the staff was friendly.

Wether it's just me that doesn't like Wetherspoons I don't know, but it was quite busy. The dresscode is same as most places, daytime more or less anything goes, nights a strict dress code is enforced.

Cheapest rail ticket from London

by Galahad

The cheapest rail ticket at present is the Chiltern e-ticket which costs £5 single each way from London Marylebone to Birmingham Moor Street or Birmmingham Snow Hill. It has to be booked 7 days in advance. In July 2005 it is only available on the 10.54am or the 8.40pm trains from London.
The return tickets have to be booked separately and the departure times are 10.40am or 7.10pm from Snow Hill and 3 minutes later from Moor Street.
The next cheapest ticket is the Just £15 ticket available on the day for any train leaving Marylebone after 11.00am. This is a return ticket.
If there are 3 or 4 of you travelling together a GroupSave ticket allows you all to travel for the price of 2 people.
The e-day ticket is available at http://www.chilternrailways.co.uk/ and you print off your own ticket and present it to the conductor on the train.

Pub Food

by kayleigh06 about Bradford Arms

The food here in my opinion is very nice, I enjoy the carvery (which is on every Sunday) and the steaks. The resturant is very nice, small, clean, and comfortable. I would suggest this to anyone but only if your willing to travel out of the city centre.

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Address: 198 - 200 Hagley Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B16 9PQ, United Kingdom