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As Recommended by The New York Times25 October 2012

We're delighted to say that Staying Cool at the Rotunda is featured in a New York Times' guide - 36 Hours - 125 Weekends in Europe.

We are the first of only two recommended places to stay in Birmingham and we're really proud to have been recognised by such a prestigious publication. It's also a very beautiful book.

The Coolhunter has reviewed the book and says, "The beautifully executed European edition is great for both ambitious jetsetters and ambling couch surfers."

 

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The Independent on Birmingham's Music Scene24 October 2012

The Independent ran a great piece on Birmingham's music scene recently calling it an "indie  music explosion". The piece (in full here) concludes that "Birmingham is fast becoming the best place in the UK to look to for the most exciting new music".

If you want to discover the Next Big Thing head this way!

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"There are no bellhops nor a gym...instead you get a Mac Mini, free Wi-Fi, an espresso machine and a juicer (oranges included)." The New York Times

"..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

""..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