We were delighted to welcome Archer's star Tim Bendincks (aka David Archer) to Staying Cool at the Rotunda.
You can read the great things that he had to say about Birmingham and his Birmingham penthouse in Tim's piece in the Mail on Sunday.
Flatpack Festival has begun in Birmingham and it runs until March 31st.
Flatpack is an absolute must for film lovers. You can view the full programme of one of the UK's most inventive cultural events here
Here's an Easter treat for you! £99 per apartment per night for
all of our Minis at the Rotunda
between 24th-28th March and 31st-4th April, 2013.
The booking code EASTERMINI can be used at www.stayingcool.com or by calling us on 0121 285 1290. Please book now as this is subject to availability.
We have a very special offer coming up. Please watch this space tomorrow!
165 million cups of tea are drunk in the UK every
day. Here at Staying Cool we appreciate the joy of a
perfect cup of tea. When you check in with us you'll find a range
of quality British teas in your kitchen. And you'll also find fresh
milk in the fridge on arrival rather than those horrible little UHT
We're proud supporters of Orchestra of the Swan. If you become a Friend of theirs you'll be able to buy tickets for a rather special event at Staying Cool at the Rotunda in May and enjoy many other benefits.
A Room with a View on May 8th will be held in one of our Rotunda penthouses and will feature a recital with canapes and Pimms.
We saw Alan Bennett's new play 'People' recently at the National Theatre and we're delighted to see that Mac Arts are screening it live on Thursday, March 21st.
If you are staying with us at the Rotunda that evening we'd highly recommended it!
Monarch's flights between Birmingham and Barcelona go daily from May. Potential for a very cool Staying Cool mini-tour!
Start out at the Rotunda, hop on a train (it takes
as little as nine minutes to go from very nearby New
Street Station to Birmingham International) and then stay
with us at 39
Steps in Barcelona. Unbeatable for style.
This Sunday (March 17th) sees Birmingham's annual St Patrick's Day Parade. And, in honour of the occasion, the amazing Selfridges building will turn green once more.
Last year saw record crowds watching the main parade with 85,000 people lining the streets to get a glimpse of the procession of floats, musicians, and dancers.
If you are looking for a family city break this Easter take a look at our free Cool for Kids extras.
Birmingham is pulsating with great things to do with kids from littlies to teens! VisitBirmingham has some great suggestions on its website or you can take a look at our suggestions: 48 Hours in Birmingham with Kids.
"Someone has put a lot of thought into making the stay a wonderful experience for guests, and it shows." Made for Mums
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella 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