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Birmingham certainly isn't everyone's first choice as a tourist destination, and to an outsider it's easy to see why - a sprawling conurbation with a concrete centre. Diverse, lively and friendly, Brummies are proudly defensive of their city, and there are some nice patches, particularly away from the obvious centre.

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Fountain Court Hotel

Fountain Court Hotel

My partner and myself stayed here for one night....unfortunately one night too long..the coldest nov in 17 years they say and we were put in an equally cold room. Was not funny at all, complained to owners they said they would bleed radiators while we were out shopping. Came back to find nothing had improved. was given a fan heater. ... more

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1
Prince Hotel

Prince Hotel

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. ... more

Overall
3

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