x The average starting price for a place to stay in Birmingham is £72 per night.
200 Broad Street Cumberland HouseExcellent 90%
Snow Hill Plaza St Chads QueenswayGreat 80%
49 Sherbourne Road Acocks GreenGreat 80%
mirablo1 The staff at Hatters Hostel was great, very helpful and friendly. The location is good, nice bars near by and 10 min walk to city centre. The rooms were good as well, with toilet in the room.
58 Milk Street, DigbethVery Good 76%
jamaker21 Although I only stayed 2 nights I had a great stay, really friendly staff especially the canadian a genuinely good guy. the beds were clean and freshly done. There was loads of fun stuff going on will def be staying again soon fa my next drop in on my travels. Thanks
21 Ladywell Walk Arcadian CentreGood 70%
aattfield2 The staff were very helpful and the breakfast was good, plenty to eat, and refills of tea or coffee.(Why do they not do a cooked breakfast for a small extra charge?) The downside was the outward appearance of the property was rather shabby and needed a coat of paint, and more attention to the garden area at the front. The "P" of the hotel name was missing. The back garden my room overlooked, was very badly overgrown and needed attention. It would make it more pleasant. if it was mowed and weeded. Locks on my room and also the downstairs toilet were not working properly. Nor was there an engaged sign on the door. There was no hand towel in the loo. The steo down to the Loo could be dangerous for a disabled person. My room was clean, reasonably furnished, but was lacking a bedside lamp., which I would have liked to be able to see to go to the loo in the night. Overall gooed value for money, and I would go there again, as it is very good for transport links into the City.Helpful friendly staff.
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