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Kensington Hotel
785 Pershore Road
Birmingham
West Midlands

B29 7LR | View map

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Occupying a convenient position just outside Birmingham City Centre, this family-run hotel presents itself as the ideal base from which to visit the numerous area attractions. Only a short drive away you will find the International Convention Centre, National Indoor Arena, National Exhibition Centre, BBC Pebble Mill, Birmingham University, Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Selly Oak and Queen Elizabeth Hospitals and Cadbury World. The Kensington Hotel is also close to the M5, M6 and M42 motorways and is on the main bus route into the city centre.

Providing 32 en suite bedrooms, the hotel’s warm hospitality and personalised and attentive service have contributed to building an excellent reputation. Evening meals are available on request at time of booking, please indicate your requirements in the comments box when making your reservation.
Pay-as-you-go internet access is available for laptop users and on the workstations in reception.
Relax in the beautiful gardens or in one of the comfortable lounges or enjoy a drink in the fully licensed bar, which offers a selection of spirits and draught beers.

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