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Why not take a visit to Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter? This historic area is home to over 400 jewellery businesses plus some excellent cafes, restaurants and quirky museums. The Jewellery Quarter has a very distinctive vibe to it.
If you are in Birmingham any time between now and August 26th,
we'd recommend taking a wander around the 120+ stalls that make up
International Food Fair.
Enjoy cuisines from around the globe plus the best of local food and drink.
City centre 10am-9.30pm daily.
If you are staying with us on September 15th then take a look at Social Screen
This glam, '50s-themed fundraiser is being held in a secret location in Birmingham. Enjoy a delicious afternoon tea while enjoying the sounds of a local swing band, followed by the film 'Far from Heaven'.
Vintage make up and hair stylists will be on hand if you want to embrace the '50s look.
Booking an apartment in Birmingham or Barcelona? You can see all of our offers on our website. We recommend checking them out before you book online as you may be able to make a substantial saving.
Thanks to Liam O'Brien of Barcelona for sharing these shots of Birmingham with us. They feature our 'corner shop' (aka Selfridges), the Rotunda and the city's eighteenth century square built around St Paul's Church.
One of the great things about staying in an apartment is that you can eat what you want, when you want. VisitBirmingham has put together a list of delis and foodie shops around the city. It could help you to make the most of your living space and Poggenpohl kitchen at Staying Cool.
The Birmingham International Food Fair returns to the city next week. Over 120 stalls will showcase food from around the world and you will also be able to enjoy the best of local food and drink.
The festival runs between the 14th-26th August from 10am -9.30pm.
Fascinated by science? Get down to Cafe Scientifique in Birmingham and learn about/debate the hottest contemporary issues on the first Tuesday of every month. Tonight, nuclear is on the menu.
You can enjoy a Dram Fine Summer courtesy of the Birmingham Whisky Club.
"Only one thing could possibly top the stylish design-led interiors at Staying Cool, and that’s the views..." Elle online
""..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 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