If you are hitting the shops in Birmingham in the run up to Christmas and those fantastic new year sales, base yourself at Staying Cool at the Rotunda and book our shopping heaven package - you make the most of the late night shopping.
The package is valid for a two night stay on Thursday and Friday evening from xx.
A Mini apartment is just £99 per night and includes Champagne chilling on arrival and our full english breakfast box to get you goin in the morning - we wouldn't want you heading out on an empty stomach...
To make sales shopping a pleasure, simply book online or call us on 0121 285 1250 and quote SHOPPINGHEAVEN.
Shop and then drop to your heart's content. We are at the centre of the city's shopping districts - map - close to New Street Station. Birmingham is a great place for Christmas shopping break.
Laugh in the face of overcrowded trains and traffic jams. Pop up to your boutique apartments at the top of the Rotunda.
If you manage to get everything you need in your two full days of shopping, you can then relax on the Friday evening - head out for a meal or try a few of Birmingham's fantastic bars. Our team can book your table for you.
Looking for more space to fill?
Clubman one-bedroom apartment
£129 per night - plenty of room for two people and more bags that you can shake a stick at...
Maxi two-bedroom apartment
£189 per night - the ideal apartment if you like to shop in groups (2 bedrooms, two bathrooms and one hugh lounge to fill with your purchases
Penthouse two-bedroom apartment
£229 per night - for that special shopping trip with friends (two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a fanstic balcony for some great photos in your new buys
June 2013Staying Cool at the Rotunda
"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
"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