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Burlington Hotel
Burlington Arcade
126 New Street

Birmingham
West Midlands

B2 4JQ | View map

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Centrally located in Birmingham's city centre, this luxurious, traditional 4-star Victorian hotel is a 2-minute walk from New Street Station and adjacent to the 2000-space NCP car park. Each of the 112 bedrooms is individually designed to reflect the unique ambience of the hotel. All rooms are styled to a high specification and include fax/modem points and an electronic voice mailbox to name a few features.

Blending traditional good service with modern facilities, the hotel has an award-winning dining experience with à la carte and table d'hôte menus, 24-hour room service and a high quality gym at Level 5 Leisure Club.
The Burlington offers a choice of meeting and conference rooms for up to 400 people. The Burlington's combination of carefully chosen decor and state-of-the-art facilities form a background for excellence in which guests can enjoy the hotel's timeless quality.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 112
Number Ensuite: 112
Nearest Airport: Birmingham
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Restaurant

Cuisine: English & Continental Cuisine
Chef: Charles Anderson

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Parking - NCP
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Gym
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV - News Channels
Conference/Business Facilities

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