Staying Cool's serviced apartments in Birmingham at Rotunda are a two-minute walk to New Street Station and only an eight minute train journey to the NEC (10 trains per hour).
Rotunda is a stone's throw from Selfridges and hundreds of other shops, restaurants and bars. In short, it's a far livelier place to stay than near the airport/NEC!
We look after many exhibitors and visitors to trade fairs at the NEC.
NEC VIP includes:
Train tickets to and from the NEC (we'll give you your tickets at check-in to save you time queuing at the station)
Car parking at the nearby Bullring if you need it too
Use of a gym just 200m away
As well as all the other inclusive extras such as free Wi-Fi, complimentary Dorset cereals and gym membership of course.
We have a very special Valentine's package available in Birmingham- the perfect treat if you and your loved one love classical music.
If you book a Mini or Clubman apartment for Wednesday, February 13th there will be a free bottle of champagne chilling for you on arrival plus two tickets for Orchestra of the Swan's 'Young Romantics'concert at 2.30pm. Young Romantics features Tamsin Waley-Cohen on violin and Huw Watkins on piano.
The champagne and tickets are complimentary, but this offer is strictly limited to the first five bookings - please book as soon as possible quoting the code Loveclassical.
Book online or call us on 0121 285 1290.
May 2013Staying Cool at the Rotunda
""..our apartment was equipped with a fully functioning kitchen, replete with oranges for juicing, a juicer, coffee grounds for grinding, a coffee machine, and the most swaggy open-plan living room, framed by a seemingly endless view..."" Wonderland 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
""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