Self Catering Lets - Short or Long Term Stay
B2 4PA, Birmingham, New Street
These hip, chic and boutique serviced apartments have stunning views from the 2nd, 18th, 19th and 20th floors of the iconic, restored 1960s Rotunda in Central Birmingham, just 3 minutes from New Street Station. Staying... read more
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B16 8TG, Birmingham, No1 Hagley Road Flat 2107
No 1. Hagley Road Apartments offers accommodation in Birmingham. Broad Street is 600 metres from the property. Some units are air conditioned and include a seating area with a flat-screen TV. There is also a... read more
£ 99.00View Rates
Why Stay here ?
If you’re a foodie, you’ll love Broad Street. There’s something for everyone to enjoy, western grills to Thai curries, Indian cuisine to Italian pasta. For business travellers, the International Convention Centre isn’t too far away from Broad Street. There’s a cinema on showing all the latest blockbuster movies as well as a casino, if you fancy a flutter.
For holidaymakers and business people, there’s a good selection of accommodation to choose from. Staying in a holiday apartment means you can come and go as you please. Some have balconies overlooking the city streets where you can sit, relax and watch the world go by. Apartment accommodation has everything you need. Apartments are bright and modern with fully-equipped kitchens so you can rustle up a meal before going out into Broad Street.
Check out a “Walk of Stars” which is based on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. See the names of the famous celebs who come from Birmingham and the surrounding areas along the “Walk of Stars” on Broad Street. There’s the vocalist from Black Sabbath, Ozzie Osbourne, the comedian Jasper Carrott, the glam rocker Noddy Holder and the comedian Frank Skinner.
Broad Street is also extremely popular with stag and hen parties, students as well as those who want to party. If you’re planning to travel to Birmingham any time soon, it’s recommended to book up holiday apartments well in advance. It’s the city’s top visitor’s area so accommodation is quickly snapped up especially during the peak season and Bank Holiday weekends.
Apartment, Studio’s, Flats, Aparthotels, Penthouses and Suites
Broad Street is a busy road in the city centre of Birmingham West Midlands.
Lots of holiday apartments are only a five to ten minute walk away with its exciting array of night time entertainment, restaurants and wine bars. It’s the city’s premier spot for night life, health clubs and retail stores.
Shopaholics will enjoy a day out at the Bull Ring Shopping Centre with the world famous and new Selfridge’s store. Reliable public transport can take you to the main indoor arena or Sea Life Centre. After a day and night out in Birmingham, what could be better returning to your spacious, well-furnished apartment?
Located on Broad Street is Centenary Square, which is the location of the Library of Birmingham, and The International Convention Centre ICC (see hotels nearby), a major conference venue which includes the Symphony Hall. The convention center faces Centenary Square. The building has also another entrance leading to the canals of Birmingham. The Convention Quarter area, which includes Brindleyplace, is located directly opposite the building on the other side of the canal. Located also on Broad Street is the Quayside Tower, a 230ft building.
Apartments for rent are located within walking reach of Brindleyplace, the ICC, Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Barclaycard concert venue and the Jewellery Quarter. You can rent for one night, a weekend away, for a week, month.
Main railway station ?
The nearest train station from Broad Street is Birmingham New Street Railway Station. Two other main rail stations in the city are Moor Street and Snow Hill train station. The main coach station is located on Mill Lane in Digbeth.
Long distance destinations operated by frequent trains include Euston railway station in London, Edinburgh in Scotland (Waverley rail station hotels), Glasgow city centre, Bristol (see apartments to rent), Cardiff city centre, and Central Manchester (Piccadilly train station hotels).
Location – Where is
Where is ?
You can reach the city by airplane via Birmingham Airport located in the suburb of Bickenhill, 20 minutes away from the city center. The National Exhibition Centre and LG Entertainment Arena is located just near the airport (see hotels near Genting arena and NEC).
5 Must See Attractions and Sights
(20 Sheepcote Street, Brindleyplace B16 8AE)
The Crescent Theatre is one of the oldest theatres of the city offering high quality performances. It’s a pleasant little theatre, with a homely feel.
(Broad Street, B1 2EA England UK)
The Symphony Hall is a popular concert venue boasting an absolutely stunning architecture. Excellent acoustics, comfortable seats and easy access.
Hall of Memory
(Centenary Square, B1 2DY West Midlands)
The Hall of Memory is a War Memorial made of Portland Stone. This memorial was erected in tribute to the many citizens of the city who lost their lives in active service from World War I to present day.
Library of Birmingham
(Centenary Square, Broad St., B1 2ND England)
Modern library. Make sure to travel to the 7th floor to the roof garden for wonderful views of the city.
Walk of Stars
(West Midlands B1 2HF, United Kingdom)
Similar to the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California. Stars such as Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi of heavy metal rock band Black Sabbath and international bhangra star Malkit Singh have been honored here.