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based on 923 reviews
Why this hotel? Near the Gay Village. Large apartments. Great value. Free WiFi.
Stylish, well designed serviced apartments in the heart of Birmingham, on the top floors of the famous Rotunda building, just a short distance from the Hurst Street Gay Village and steps from the main shopping arcade.
These boutique apartments come in four sizes, each with floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies and stunning city views. Each apartment is equipped with designer kitchen, large living area, comfortable beds, modern bathrooms and the latest gadgets, from espresso machine to iPod dock and Apple computers.
There is a small in-house pre-order menu to choose from. The super-friendly and knowledgeable staff can recommend and secure bookings at the best restaurants. Access to a nearby gym is provided to guests.
based on 2542 reviews
Why this hotel? Near the gay village. Stylish design. In "The Cube". Free WiFi.
One of Birmingham’s newest boutique hotels, the Indigo is located on the top floors of The Cube, a landmark contemporary building in the very centre of the city, and just a short distance from the Gay Village.
The hotel features designer guest rooms with great views over the city, super comfy beds and the latest high-tech facilities such as free WiFi, a media hub and flat screen satellite TV.
The hotel’s Steakhouse restaurant, bar and rooftop terrace have been designed by UK celebrity chef Marco Pierre White.
Guests have full access to a state-of-the-art gym, pool & spa with thermal rooms, sauna, a mud room and even a champagne nail bar, to fully satisfy even your highest-maintenance travelling companion.
based on 1853 reviews
Why this hotel? Walk to gay bars & clubs. Great-value. Large apartments. Free WiFi.
StayCity Arcadian Centre offers a lot more space and facilities than a standard hotel at a great price.
Each apartment has a full kitchen with washing machine, fridge and microwave, living area with TV and DVD, leather sofa bed and a balcony. The bedrooms are spacious and have modern bathrooms.
The apartments can accommodate up to five people – so great for sharing. There is a 24-hour reception, car parking and free WiFi .
7.29 Very Good
based on 4091 reviews
Why this hotel? Close to the gay scene. Popular choice. Free WiFi.
This premium hotel brand often makes our recommended lists. The Radisson Blu Birmingham is conveniently located at the edge of the Gay Village and is considered one of the best hotels in its class.
Located in a dazzling blue glass skyscraper on the edge of the Village, you won’t have problems finding your way back after a night from the gay bars. Bar Jester and the Birmingham LGBT Centre are located next to the hotel.
Guest rooms are large, well-appointed; many with nice city views. The Radisson also features a spa and gym on the 18th floor and a restaurant and bar onsite.
7.87 Very Good
based on 5229 reviews
Why this hotel? Next to Gay Village. Excellent service & value for money. Free WiFi.
The closest Holiday Inn in Birmingham (of many!) to the Gay Village. An excellent budget hotel to consider for convenient access to the Birmingham gay nightlife as well as shopping.
The hotel offers well-maintained rooms and general facilities including a decent buffet breakfast.
More dining choices are available at nearby restaurants. New Street Rail Station and the Bull Ring shopping centre are both just a 5-minute walk away.
based on 3769 reviews
Why this hotel? Fabulous pool & gym. Great location. Near the Gay Village.
A great top-end Birmingham hotel, providing the full service and facilities of a luxury hotel in a great central location, within easy reach of the bars and clubs in Gay Village.
Guest rooms are luxurious with great views over the city, and the hotel features a quality restaurant, the Aria, with a great reputation for afternoon tea and Sunday brunch, and a cool bar – the Pravda.
The Hyatt Regency also features a very cool 16-metre indoor pool, sauna, steam room and solarium, a fully equipped and newly refurbished gym as well as a luxury spa.
Why this hotel? Top-rated hotel. Modern design. Convenient location. Free WiFi.
Hotel La Tour ranks as one of the best boutique hotels in the city, located a bit further away from the Gay Village but still within easy access, and a short walk from the Bullring Shopping Centre and New Street Rail Station.
The reception area can feel a little soulless, but the guest rooms are finished to a very high standard, with a modern, boutique and luxurious feel.
The hotel features a brasserie style restaurant, bar and coffee shop and has a small gym with treadmills and free weights.
Why this hotel? City centre location. Good for shopping & sightseeing.
The Copthorne Birmingham is in a great city centre location overlooking Centenary Square, close to shopping areas, major cultural attractions and the International Convention Centre (ICC), whilst not too far from the Gay Village.
Guest rooms feature satellite TV and movies on demand. The hotel has a stylish Asian-inspired restaurant, a bar and a gym.
Why this hotel? Excellent value. Contemporary style. Centrally located. Free WiFi.
The well-rated Hampton by Hilton offers great-value accommodation in central location on Broad Street, just a 5-minute walk from Birmingham city centre.
It features contemporary-styled rooms, onsite dining, free WiFi and a small gym. Rooms have flat screen TV, walk-in showers, tea & coffee making facilities. Internet PC stations are available.
Light meals and snacks can be enjoyed 24 hours a day, and breakfast is complimentary for all bookings.
based on 9950 reviews
Why this hotel? Central location. Great for shopping & sightseeing. Free WiFi.
The newly refurbished Jurys Inn Birmingham enjoys a good city centre location on Broad Street, close to Brindleyplace and the National Sea Life Centre; and though a bit further away from the Gay Village, it is still within easy access.
The hotel is functional, with a buffet style breakfast, together with a restaurant and Costa Coffee bar. No gym here. WiFi is available but charges apply.
The main shopping area including The Bullring shopping centre and Birmingham New Street Rail Station can be reached within 15 minutes.
7.49 Very Good
based on 2458 reviews
Why this hotel? Unique design. Near the gay nightlife. Budget choice. Free WiFi.
Designer budget hotel with unique ‘cabin style’ rooms. Each room has modern, high-spec components that effectively fit in a small ‘pod’, so it’s best to travel light if you plan to stay here. In place of a window, there is a 42″ plasma-screen TV with live views of Birmingham!
The rooms also feature free WiFi, air conditioning, tea/coffee maker and private bathroom with power shower.
Location-wise, nitenite is a 10-minute walk from Birmingham New Street Railway Station and 15 minutes from the Bullring Shopping Centre. The bars and clubs in Gay Village and a range of shops and restaurants are within easy reach.
Why this hotel? Best seller. Excellent value. Close to the nightlife. Free WiFi.
The rooms have modern feel – bright and colourful. Each room features a private bathroom, air conditioning, TV and work desk.
The hotel offers free WiFi, a 24-hour reception and an onsite café serving hot & cold beverages, snacks and light meals.
A Popular choice on Travel Gay Europe.