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Do you get bored very easily? Are you energetic and always open for fun? If you are one of the many people who dislike the idea of turning the whole world off on an isolated beach and would prefer to get lost in a vivid, dynamic, entertaining environment, then you should definitely plan a few days and nights in central Birmingham. This enchanting metropolitan city located in England’s West Midlands will satisfy your curiosity and your insatiable desire for action, quality time and memorable leisure activities.

Broad Street is the most popular and busiest street in Birmingham England UK. Located on Broad Street is the ICC, the International Convention Centre. The Broad Street area is home to numerous bars and restaurants, the Brindleyplace development and cultural attractions. Find the cheapest hotel, apartment rental, and b&b guest rooms nearby or on Broad Street.

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Why Choose Birmingham Broad Street Area ?

cheap b&b near broad stBirmingham gives you the chance to recharge your batteries while having lots of fun. Every single corner has a captivating story to tell you, but Broad Street manages to stand out as one of the most sought-after entertainment destinations comprised by this region.

From discrete canalside bars to fantastic restaurants, unforgettable club nights and glamorous surroundings, Broad Street has everything it takes to put you under a spell and make you want to relive this experience over and over again. Tiger Bills is one of the newest, trendiest restaurants open on Broad Street. Here you’ll appreciate great hospitality and delicious meals. Those who fancy a truly refined dish can always book a table at Aria Restaurant.

If you love movies and you’re eager to make the most of a great night out, you can see some of the newest releases at the Cineworld Cinema. Want to raise the stakes and try your luck? If so, you can always explore the fine drinks coming from chic late bars, quality gaming and overall amazing entertainment alternatives that are associated with Grosvenor G Casino, a world class casino located in this area.

All in all, there are many things that you can do on Broad Street aside from sightseeing. As a general rule, Birmingham is an incredibly effective cure for boredom and will stimulate all your senses as soon as you set foot in this marvellous city. Here’s one word of advice that you may want to consider: book a room early! There are many attractive cheap hotels, apartments for rent and B&Bs on or near Broad Street that can make your stay as comfortable as possible, without making you dig deep in your pockets.

Accommodation - Where Should You Stay ?

birmingham accommodation in broad streetAre you looking for classy and reasonably priced accommodation options near or on Broad Street? If so, you may wish to book a room at the Novotel Birmingham Centre. Novotel will give you access to everything your heart desires: from spacious guest rooms and excellent service to a fully equipped gym and a tasteful restaurant.

Would you rather stay at an elegant but budget-friendly boutique hotel that will never deceive your expectations? Nitenite, located on 18 Holliday Street (approximately 0.2 mi from Broad Street), is found in Birmingham’s vibrant, mesmerizing centre. It offers you clean, comfortable rooms and free Wi-Fi internet access. If you want to be as close as possible to the fabulous Bullring Shopping Centre and the New Street Rail Station, you just have to plan your stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Birmingham, which is not far away from both attractions.

Would you rather stay in one of the many gorgeous apartments for rent available in this area? Not a problem! You can always check out City Nites Birmingham to discover classy, modern apartments that are located close to the NIA (National Indoor Arena). Bottom line: when it comes to selecting the most convenient B&Bs and cheap hotels on or near Broad Street, the possibilities are endless. Count on our expertise to make an educated decision.

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Name : Broad Street

Location : in Brimingham City Centre, in the Westside area.

Region : West Midlands

County : West Midlands

Postcode : B

Nearest Airport ?

Closest airport is Birmingham International Airport BHX, which is located nearby the NEC and LG indoor entertainment venue.

Nearest Railway Station from Broad Street ?

Broad Street is walking distance from Five Ways, Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill stations.

Several hotel accommodation can be found nearby or on Broad Street. One of the hotels on Broad Street is Jurys Inn Birmingham. Check rates in our database.

Nearest Hotels and Apartments : in Birmingham city centre

What to do and see

Hall of Memory (Centenary Square, Birmingham B1 2DY, England): War Memorial. It's calm, peaceful, important and meaningful.

Cineworld Cinema (181 Broad Street, B15 1DA, England): modern multi-screen cinema close to Broad St accommodations.

International Convention Centre ICC (Broad St., Birmingham B1 2AE, England (Ladywood)): conference venue in the heart of the city with lots of bars and restaurants nearby.

National Indoor Arena NIA (King Edward Road, B1 2AA, England): concert venue surrounded by a good choice of hotels and restaurants all within easy walking distance.

Symphony Hall (B1 2EA, England (Ladywood)): world famous concert hall. The venue has ample parking nearby and lots of opportunities for pre-show drinks and food.

Walk of Stars (Broad Str, England): similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California.

Quayside Tower : modern commercial building.

Centenary Square : city center square named in 1989 in celebration of the centenary of Birmingham.

Bronze statue of Matthew Boulton, James Watt and William Murdoch : gilded bronze statue on Centenary Square. Known locally as The Golden Boys or The Carpet Salesmen.