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Orchestra of the Swan - new season01 August 2013

We're pleased to say that that the new season for performances by Orchestra of the Swan has been published and you can see it online here.

We sponsor OOTS (as we like to call them) and sometimes have tickets available for events. Please watch this space if that is of interest. 

Business Travel Offer31 July 2013

Are you travelling to Birmimgham on business? If so, you can save 10% on your booking at one of our Rotunda apartments and enjoy benefits such as our concierge service, free printing and 100% free, good quality Wi-Fi.

Our serviced apartments - ranging from two-bed penthouse to studios - all offer the space to hold meetings for between 2-8 people.

Full details are available on our website.

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Certificate of Excellence

June 2013

Staying Cool at the Rotunda

""..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

""..the Rotunda is superbly located bang in the city centre with New Street and the famous Christmas market less than 20ft from our door – perfect for dropping off those heavy shopping bags."" North Devon Journal