We’ve designed our Rotunda apartments with style and soul but also hopefully with plenty of function in mind. We want as many people as possible to be able to experience the amazing views across Birmingham that each apartment offers, as well as such a central location in the very heart of the city centre.
Rotunda is a Grade II listed building designed in the 1960s. It is defined by its cylindrical shape and each of our four apartment types is a different size of cheese-shaped, or Trivial Pursuit shaped, wedge. We’ve prepared an accessibility guide for each apartment type using Visit England’s best practice templates.
These easy-to-navigate sources of information are a great tool when deciding which is the best for your stay. We have studios (Mini), one-beds (Clubman), two-beds (Maxi) and two-bed Penthouses (Roadsters). The guides below are updated regularly by our team. If you think something is missing do get in touch and let us know. We want as many people as possible to be able to stay or visit.
Mini Accessibility Guide
Learn more about the sizing and accessibility of our Mini studio apartments at Rotunda.
Clubman Accessibility Guide
Learn more about the sizing and accessibility of our Clubman one bedroom apartments at Rotunda.
Maxi Accessibility Guide
Learn more about the sizing and accessibility of our Maxi two bedroom apartments at Rotunda.
Roadster Accessibility Guide
Learn more about the sizing and accessibility of our Roadster penthouse apartments at Rotunda.
All About Rotunda
Find out more about our cylindrical grade two listed brutalist building. Below you’ll learn about Rotunda’s history and how it has evolved into the Birmingham icon as it stands today.
All About Staying Cool
Curious how Staying Cool got started? Want to learn more about our company ethos and who’s behind the brand? We’ve summed everything up below.
Panoramas: Looking North
Take in the city views and consult our panorama guide looking North.
Views include St Paul’s Church, Birmingham’s Masonic Hall and Aston Villa Football Club.
Panoramas: Looking South & East
Take in the city views and consult our panorama guide looking South and East.
You’ll see Bullring from above, the future HS2 site and even Birmingham City Football Club.
Panoramas: Looking West
Take in the city views and consult our panorama guide looking West.
You’ll spot the silver domes of Grand Central, the historic BT Tower and Staying Cool favourite The Electric Cinema.
Our wonderful panorama images show the Birmingham skyline as seen from Staying Cool in all directions. Captions have been added so you can pick out your favourite buildings, public spaces and, on a clear day, suburbs across the city.
With their bold black text on yellow backgrounds, the labels have been designed to be easier to read for as many people as possible.
We host various open events throughout the year and in 2023, to celebrate our 15th anniversary at Rotunda, we have an an exciting programme of cultural events for all ages. We’ll be working with independent food & drink suppliers, local artists and sculptors on a calendar of special events, exhibitions and eye-catching artworks at Staying Cool. If you would like to go on the mailing list to be kept up to date with our exciting plans, email email@example.com
Continuing the art theme, here at Staying Cool we’re huge fans of local art and culture, and if you are too, take a look at our public art blog showcasing the best, or most quirky, public art in Birmingham. It’s an eclectic mix!
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