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Pharaoh: King of Egypt Ends Soon05 October 2012

The UK's largest exhibiition of ancient Egyptian artefacts on loan from The British Museum will close this month in Birmingham. However, you still have time to catch it at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery - it ends on October 14th.

Featured in this exhibition are over 130 British Museum objects, which have never been seen out of London before - from monumental sculptures to intimate items of gold jewellery. 

The museum is just a short walk away from our boutique apart hotel, Staying Cool at the Rotunda.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Egypt

 

 

Grand Designs Competition Closing Date04 October 2012

Our Grand Designs Live competition has been extended and will end on Friday, 5th October at noon. 

We have five pairs of VIP tickets and ten pairs of standard tickets to give away for the event, which runs from 12-14 October at the NEC in Birmingham. To enter simply email your answer to the following question to hello@stayingcool.com

Who presents Grand Designs?

A) George Clarke
b) Kevin McCloud
c) Phil Spencer

 

 

 

Domestic Sluttery Review03 October 2012

We were thrilled that hugely popular lifestyle blog Domestic Sluttery came to stay at one of our Rotunda penthouses. The review is now online and it's a great one with excellent photos too (as below).

Domestic Sluttery is a recommended read! 

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmimgham Domestic Sluttery

 

Birmingham Comedy Festival02 October 2012

Birmimgham Comedy Festival kicks off this weekend and runs from the 5-14 October.

Highlights include shows by John Bishop, The Hairy Bikers, Seann Walsh and punk poet John Cooper Clarke.

Comedy in the Dark at The Electric sounds particularly intriguing- the show was a sell out success at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham John Bishop

Staying Cool on Apple Maps01 October 2012

There's been a lot of negative publicity about the iOS 6 version  of Apple Maps, but we were rather thrilled when we saw what a search for our postcode brings up - users get a a reminder of our website url thrown in for free!

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Apple Maps

 

Win Grand Designs Live Tickets27 September 2012

We have five pairs of VIP tickets and 10 pairs of standard tickets to give away for Grand Designs Live, which runs at the NEC, Birmingham from 12-14 October.

To enter, simply email your answer to the following question to hello@stayingcool.com

Who presents Grand Designs?

A) George Clarke

b) Kevin McCloud

c) Phil Spencer

We'll pick the winners at noon on October 1. Good luck!

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Grand Designs Live

 

Coffee Competition26 September 2012

We're running a competition to support Coffee Brum Day - organised by Birmingham's independent coffee retailers.  We're giving away a six-month Coffee Connoisseurs subscription from the company that supplies all of our coffee to the Rotunda - Urban Coffee Co.

Every month for six months, the lucky winner will receive by post 2 x 125g hand-picked coffees, expert tasting notes, coffee preparation guides and online Connoisseur Academy access.

You can enter by clicking the image below. The competition is running on Facebook and closes at 1pm on Friday, October 5th.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Urban Coffee subscription

Supersonic Festival25 September 2012

Supersonic Festival is celebrating its 10th year of bringing adventurous music to Birmingham in 2012. It's back from October 19-21.

Supersonic is a combination of art, music and film and the team behind it  - Capsule - pride themselves on crafting extraordinary events for the adventurous. You can listen to funeral doom, prog, folk, avant jazz and grindcore in one weekend.

http://www.supersonicfestival.com

It's another brilliant example of the depth and breadth of culture on offer in Britain's second city.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham Supersonic

2.8 Hours Later Comes to Birmingham24 September 2012

What promises to be one of the freakist series of events in Birmingham in 2012 takes place next month. Zombie chase game 2.8 Hours Later will be run across the city from Wednesday, 17th to Saturday, 20th October.

Staying Cool Serviced Apartments Birmingham 2.8 Hours Later

Looks like the most fun a zombie apocalypse could be!

To get you in the mood, The Electric cinema is showing Night of the Living Dead on October 12th.

 

Indie Birmingham Tour21 September 2012

Midlands Discovery Tours and Coffee Birmingham have teamed up to present  The Spirit of Birmingham tour on Coffee Birmingham Day (September 29). The ticket price includes coffee courtesy of our suppliers Urban Coffee Company.

Join an expert local Blue Badge tourist guide for a very special walking tour of Birmingham. Explore modern Birmingham's thriving independent scene in music, art, literature, industry and, of course, food and drink

Celebrate Birmingham as a city of creativity, innovation and enterprise from its earliest days to modern times.

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"Only one thing could possibly top the stylish design-led interiors at Staying Cool, and that’s the views..." Elle online

"..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

"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