Ding dong! We've launched a new wedding night package combining gorgeous accommodation with lots of complimentary extras.
Spend your first night together in true style with Staying Cool:
On arrival you'll find a bottle of champagne chilling in the fridge.
Dried rose buds will decorate your king-size, pocket sprung Ultimate bed.
And, if you feel ravenous later, you'll find a Midnight Munchies pack on hand (chocolates, crisps, biscuits and nuts).
Next morning, make the most of a complimentary late check out (1pm) by enjoying a leisurely breakfast together. Everything you need to make either a full English or smoked salmon bagels will be on hand.
How To Book
Our wedding night package, which includes all of the above, is excellent value at:
£475 per night for a Roadster Penthouse
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£250 for a one-bed Clubman apartment.
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Your wedding night could be stylish and utterly unique with Staying Cool. Book online using the codes above, drop us an email or give our friendly guest relations team a call on 0121 285 1290.
Romantic nights and weekends at Rotunda
Not ready to get married just yet? We also offer great offer great romantic packages... Packages start from £194 per night.
Image courtesy of Staying Cool guest Chris Barber
"AMAZING! Stayed here on the night of our wedding and we were treated with nothing less but kindness and consideration."
"Ended up taking some wonderful photos for our wedding portfolio with the Birmingham skyline in the background."
Diana K on TripAdvisor, Sept 2012
"Only one thing could possibly top the stylish design-led interiors at Staying Cool, and that’s the views..." Elle online
"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
""..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