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Etap Hotel, Birmingham, West Midlands

Etap Hotel
1 Great Colmore Street
Birmingham
West Midlands

B15 2AP | View map

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Close to the centre, the hotel offers comfortable accommodation at great-value rates; all rooms can accommodate up to 3 people and each has an en suite shower and separate toilet.

With a convenient location, close to the very centre of Birmingham, the hotel is just 5 minutes from Birmingham New Street train station, the Bull Ring shopping centre and the Mailbox. The city’s Arcadian Centre and Broad Street are just 5 minutes’ walk away. And the hotel is also close to the National Indoor Arena and Birmingham’s International Convention Centre. The National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham International Airport are 20 minutes’ drive away, with trains running regularly from the city centre. With a great location and plenty of comfortable accommodation at great rates, the hotel is a great base whether you are exploring Birmingham as a tourist, visiting the city on business or attending an event.

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