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Travelodge Birmingham Central
230 Broad Street
Birmingham
West Midlands

B15 1AY | View map
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The Travelodge Birmingham Central commands an envious location right in the heart of the bustling city and is perfectly placed for all the shops, restaurants and buzzing nightlife. What’s more, the hotel is also within a short distance of many famous attractions, including the National Sealife Centre, Museum & Art Gallery, Thinktank Science Museum (1½ miles), Bullring Shopping Centre and National Indoor Arena.
A little further afield from the Travelodge Birmingham Central there is the NEC Arena (12 miles away), LG Arena, International Train Station and Birmingham Airport. With parking onsite (small fee applies) and easy access to the M5, getting in and out of the city is stress-free.
Visitors to the Travelodge Birmingham Central can enjoy this great location at a friendly, inviting and comfortable hotel. You will soon feel at home at the Travelodge Birmingham Central with en-suite bathroom, TV, WiFi internet access and tea & coffee making facilities in your spacious hotel room.

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