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Sunday Times Piece19 February 2012

Staying Cool's Rotunda apartments are featured in a Sunday's Times article on self-catering accommodation offering "affordable luxury and added extras".

The piece, by Susan d'Arcy, was published on February 19th and said, "The New York Times recently named our second city as one of the  hottest destinations for 2012. (It has more miles of canal than Venice, apparently, although fewer palazzi.) The article waxed lyrical about the culinary scene and the famous balti belt. Its favourite place to stay? Staying Cool's apartments atop the Rotunda, which have bespoke sofas, Macs and Poggenpohl kitchens with espresso machines."

New Look New Street16 February 2012

The transformation of Birmingham's New Street rail station continues apace. The curvy, reflective steel facade should look especially wonderful from Staying Cool's apartmentsat the top of the Rotunda.

Many of our guests travel by train and the new ' fly through' video from Network Rail shows that they'll soon be able to arrive here in style.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Mini Lounge Area
Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Penthouse Bedroom At Night
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June 2013

Staying Cool at the Rotunda

""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

"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