Heading for Birmingham with kids? Don't miss Thinktank science museum - there's tonnes for kids to do and it's great value too.
Thinktank has added a giant hamster wheel to the Science Garden - just the thing to work off some energy over the Easter break!
Wonderful news! For the second year running we are in the
finals of the Visit England awards (aka the tourism
We came home with a silver last year. Please wish us luck for May 12th.
We're in the mood for singing the praises of our Mini apartments in Birmingham - small but perfectly formed! Rates start at £95.
We were charmed by this shot of clouds above our very own Rotunda by Birmingham-based photographer Verity Milligan.
Still Walking starts today in Birmingham. It's a week long festival of new walks around the city. The walks are led by a very varied team - artists rub up against urban designers, geologists and poets. The perfect escape and a great opportunity to meet some fascinating people!
The Easter holidays are the perfect time to explore Birmingham!
Book a two-bed Maxi or penthouse between the 7th-20th April at
Rotunda using the code GIANTYUMMYEGG and get
10% off plus a giant Easter egg from
Big M and Bear came to stay at Rotunda with the Heritage-Redpath
family and had a great time.
Rotunda is Cool for Kids and their cuddly friends.
We spotted this fantastic Rotunda penthouse review online by Carolyn Pearson at We Are The City. It is well worth a read!
It is Mother's Day three weeks today! Book a stay with us
at Rotunda for your mum or your partner using code MUM2014 and
we'll treat her to a Green and Black's chocolate
28th-30th March inclusive.
"I liked the fact that all the food products were fairtrade/organic (excellent!). The flat was lovely, wish I had somewhere like that in London.." Kate Cater, Life & Style Editor, The Guardian
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine
"The New York Times recently named our second city as one of the hottest destinations for 2012...Its favourite place to stay? Staying Cool's apartments atop the Rotunda..." The Sunday Times