All of our apartments feature well-equipped Poggenpohl kitchens. We provide fresh milk, freshly ground coffee , teas and hot chocolate, oranges for the juicer and cereals, plus basics such as salt, pepper, olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
But did you know that we also offer a pre-order menu at our Birmingham serviced apartments?
Bookable extras can be waiting in your apartment when you
You could go for our Full English pack with bacon, sausages, eggs, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, potato cakes, butter and preserves. Night owls might appreciate our Midnight Munchies.
Please check out our full menu which includes a selection of wine. We'll put white, rose and champagne on chill for your arrival.
We work with local delis and shops to bring you the very best organic and free range, locally-procured or Fairtrade produce.
With Staying Cool, you can have your eggs just as you like them.
We think that we have thought of everything you may need while working away from home on business - from free Wi-Fi and inclusive extras to the most comfortable of beds,
One third of our guests each week are returning clients - business people who choose to stay with us every time they are in town.
We asked business guests at our stylish serviced apartments in Birmingham to name the top five things that they like about Staying Cool (apart from the great views):
We're running a drawing competition for little kids staying in one of our serviced apartments in Birmingham this summer.
We have looked after 500+ families now at Rotunda over the past four years. Children, parents and grandparents alike think that Rotunda is a very family friendly place to stay.
Every guest aged ten and under who comes to stay with us before September 9th, 2012 will get the chance to enter our Summer 2012 Drawing Competition and win a £50 voucher. All they have to do is draw the Rotunda or the view they can see out of the window.
Did you know that we offer a special package for guests attending the NEC? Stay in style with us at the heart of the city centre and you're just ten minutes away by train.
Staying Cool's serviced apartments in Birmingham at Rotunda are:
Rotunda is a stone's throw from Selfridges and hundreds of other shops, restaurants and bars. In short, it's a far livelier place to stay than near the airport/NEC!
We look after many exhibitors and visitors to trade fairs at the NEC.
Our NEC VIP includes:
To book our NEC VIP Package use the Rate Code NEC when you book here online or by email and phone (+44 (0)121 285 1290).
Spring is in the air and we've just cottoned on to the fact that our favourite indie cinema in Birmingham, The Electric, does weddings. Getting hitched at the Electric and then honeymooning with us at the Rotunda? That sounds like a very cool plan.
If you want to plan something special at The Electric, call
manager Sam Bishop on 0121 643 7879 or e-mail
And don't forget to give us a call at Staying Cool - our chic apartments are just perfect for proposals and honeymoons. Our guest relations team will make sure that everything goes swimmingly.
David Thomas of The Independent recommends Staying Cool at the Rotunda for romance.
A spectacular free event called The Voyage will take place in Birmingham from 21 June 2012 - 24 June 2012. This will be an amazing sight! An enormous ship will sail into the centre of Victoria Square docking itself beside the city's Town Hall.
If you'd like to watch The Voyage and stay in style in Birmingham, we currently have availability for those nights.
You'll be able to watch the action unfold onboard the ship and be caught up in the atmosphere on the ground, where seagulls swoop and travellers prepare to embark on their journey. When the ship sets sail, the Town Hall will be transformed by spectacular projected imagery and the city's skyline will become a dream of undiscovered worlds.
Professional dancers and aerialists will join forces with a huge choir, live musicians and more than 140 community performers to transform the Square and tell the story.
'The company blasts physical theatre into a new and triumphant dimension.'
The Sun Herald, Australia, on Legs On The Wall
'A fascinating experience... an assault on the sense, amazing.'
Manchester Evening News on Motionhouse
Six of the London 2012 football venues actually lie outside London. We have the perfect accommodation for seeing games at two of them - Old Trafford in Manchester and the City of Coventry stadium (which is only minutes by train from our serviced apartments in Birmingham). And we have a special offer which could save you 25% on your stay.
Olympic Football at Old Trafford, Manchester
Seven matches will take place at Old Trafford between July 26th and August 7th, 2012. Our Manchester serviced apartments were recently recommended by no less than VisitEngland for the London 2012 matches in Manchester.
Olympic Football at City of Coventry Stadium,
Eight London 2012 football matches will take place in Coventry between July 25th and August 9th, 2012. Why not combine the footie with a stay in the vibrant Second City? Trains from Birmingham New Street (in the shadow of the Rotunda) take as little as 19 minutes to reach Coventry.
And back at your Staying Cool base you'll be able to enjoy the rest of London 2012 on TV in true style. Make sure that you have the beers chilling in the fridge for when you get back from the match! The apartments are very family-friendly too.
We're showing our support for the football at London 2012 by making a very special offer. If you stay at our serviced apartments in Birmingham or Manchester for any of the Olympic football matches at Coventry (or Old Trafford), we will refund 25% of the cost of your apartment for the match night on production of your tickets for the game.
We're asking former and current guests to take a few moments to complete a very short survey on IT and entertainment. Everyone who enters has the chance to win six bottles of champagne.
The survey will close on Monday, April 30th, 2012.
Cadbury World is holding one of its popular Heritage Weekends from Saturday 21st April to Sunday 22nd April.
Three walks a day will take place around Bournville looking at the history of the area and places of interest. Participants will be able to learn about George and Richard Cadbury's vision to create a new factory and a community around it and to improve the quality of life for ordinary people in Birmingham. Full details here.
Jim Roberts, the Rotunda's original architect in the 1960s, has been interviewed by the BBC about his original vision for the building and how he feels about modern Birmingham.
Jim told the BBC about the Rotunda: "We started with a little stubby thing of about 12 storeys high, but then it gradually grew into what we know now.
"Originally the final design for the Rotunda was to have a revolving restaurant at the top, but they decided that there wasn't enough money in that."
After four decades of office use, the Rotunda was given a new lease of life and Jim Roberts worked with the architects and Urban Splash.
He said: "I had the wonderful opportunity to make the Rotunda what I originally wanted to make it.
"This building is just one example of how redevelopment can be for the better - and in this case, bring improvements to the original building."
The full interview is available here.
"Leave the curtains open and wake up to the panoramic views from floor-to-ceiling windows." Time Out
"..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
"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