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Competition Closes Soon28 June 2013

Our competition to win a free stay closes on Sunday night (June 30th) at midnight. Every on-line booking made in June will be entered into a draw with the winner announced on Monday at noon. You've got to be in to win it!

More details here

Dracula and Wine27 June 2013

We are fans of Birmingham's fabulous indie cinema, The Electric, especially when one of its wine tasting  events is coming up. At next month's Shock and Gore wine tasting you can see Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula whilst enjoying some delicious reds with an Eastern European bias!

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The Custard Factory26 June 2013

If you would like to explore Birmingham's alternative side then we'd highly recommend a stroll down to The Custard Factory.

This creative hub has some seriously hip kit from independent retailers on offer and also hosts events  with exhibitions, theatre and an art-house film club. 

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Gastro Card25 June 2013

Did you know that when you stay with us in Birmingham you get a free Gastro Card to use? 

The Gastro Card gives you discounts at more than 80 of the city's restaurants at last count  including Staying Cool favourites such as Loves, Asha's and Opus.

100 Hip Hotels under £10024 June 2013

Great to see that our Mini apartments at the Rotunda made it into Easy Living magazine's 100 Hip Hotels Under £100 line up. Our Minis are in great company and we'd love to spend the next few months working our way through them... 

Birmingham Beer bash21 June 2013

We'd love you to take a look at the Birmingham Beer Bash (July 26th/27th) for two reasons:

1) It is in support of Birmingham Children's Hospital.

2) The poster features our very own Rotunda carved into a pint of beer! 

Great stuff.

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June competition20 June 2013

One online booking made with us in June will be made free of charge. Get your name in the hat to be in with a chance! Full details here

BE Festival19 June 2013

Birmingham's BE Festival runs next month from July 2nd-6th. BE is an international theatre festival and each year it receives rave reviews from the press, such as: 

'wildly flavoursome' ★★★★ - The Times
'a terrific line-up' - The Guardian
'a world-class festival' - Time Out

BE is different from most festivals: the venue is an old factory in the Jewellery Quarter and audiences can eat dinner with the performers (who come from all over Europe) during the interval. It's unique and well worth a visit.

 

Free Cadbury World Tickets17 June 2013

Have you visited Cadbury World? Bring your family to stay in any of our two-bed apartments during the summer holidays* for two nights or more and get two free tickets for under 16s. 

Quote CHOCOLATE when you book.

*July 20th-Sept 1st

International Jazz Festival14 June 2013

Birmingham will be buzzing even more than usual next month when the International Jazz Festival hits town. 209 performances and the majority are free! July 5th-14th.

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""The Week's Best Deals: Birmingham's Staying Cool at the Rotunda is enticing 'time flexible' guests to its chic, 60s-inspired self-catering apartments with discounted stays on Monday and Sunday nights..." " The Observer Magazine

"..brilliant either for a short break with kids or just for a night or weekend away without them if your batteries need recharging." The Baby Website

"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine