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Birmingham, England Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 116
Total Sleeping Rooms 21,113
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 790
Committable Meeting Rooms* 119
Convention Center Space 186,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 25,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate GBP 132
Average Daily Meal Cost GBP 58
Average Weekly Car Rental GBP 92
*Maximum for a single hotel

Birmingham, England Things to Do and Attractions

Shopping

The Jewellery Quarter no longer is a maze of cramped, dirty workshops but an area full of artisans, albeit now with generally higher price tags. Examples include Bickerton, which started in 1963; Newey's, which started in 1971, and Bond & Martin

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Things to do

The Bramall Music Building, which opened in November 2012 at the University of Birmingham has a lobby for events as well as a the 450-seat Elgar Concert Hall, while the original part of the university also contains the magnificent Great Hall for 650

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Itineraries/Day trips

One of the most famous towns in Europe, if not the world, is fewer than 30 miles southeast of Birmingham, the veritable Stratford-upon-Avon, home of The Bard William Shakespeare. Approximately five million visitors per year come to soak in its

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Restaurants

Restaurants in Birmingham include Aalto, at the La Tour hotel and very quickly gaining an excellent reputation. Non-hotel choices include Cielo for Italian fare close to Brindlyplace and IKON; Warehouse Cafe, a vegetarian restaurant in an old

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