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Business Offer

Staying Cool's apartments are designed to meet and exceed business travellers' needs and expectations. The extra space, chic design, in-room amenities and other facilities will give you more than most business hotels have to offer. Why limit yourself to a tiny hotel room and pay extra for additional meeting facilities when you don't need to?

Use your lounge to host meetings or rent an apartment specifically as a meeting space  at very competitive rates.

Our business accommodation offer includes the following:

Read more on the benefits of serviced apartments  for business travellers in Birmingham.

Book online and get a 10% discount off your business trip to Birmingham. Please enter the promo-code BUSINESS during your booking.

For relocation, longer stays or any other special request please email hello@stayingcool.com  or call us on +44 (0)121 285 1290.

 

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"..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 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