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With Staying Cool’s unrivalled views across Birmingham and beyond from our Rotunda aparthotel, we totally get why our guests cancel their night out just to stay in, relax and take in the unrivalled panoramas of the city and beyond.

“An extraordinary panorama running across the skyline” is how Jon Griffin described our Birmingham aparthotel’s 360-degree views in a recent article for Chamberlink Magazine.

Creative photographers book mini-breaks just to capture the stunning sunrises and sunsets and the glow of the city at night thanks to our Instagrammable city-centre spot.

But what exactly can you see from high up at Rotunda? What’s the name of that new tower emerging on the skyline?

While you’re enjoying your morning coffee or after-work aperitif our stunning panorama pictures can give a better idea of what you’re looking at.

Staying Cool at Rotunda's city views looking West. You'll spot landmarks including the BT Tower, The Mailbox and Grand Central/New Street Station.
Staying Cool’s city views looking West by Stacey Barnfield

From north to south, east to west, the new pictures give a sense of direction and idea of where you are in relation to landmarks such as Grand Central, the Mailbox, 103 Colmore Row, BT Tower and the vast HS2 site at Curzon Street.

Staying Cool at Rotunda's city views looking South & East towards Coventry. You'll be able to see HS2 Curzon Street, Birmingham City FC, the Custard Factory and the Commonwealth Games 2022 Smithfield site.
Staying Cool’s city views looking North by Stacey Barnfield

But it’s not only iconic buildings on our doorstep you will spot from Staying Cool’s balconies. On a lovely clear day you can see Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Villa Park, St Andrew’s and the hills of the shire counties and glorious countryside beyond.

Staying Cool at Rotunda's city views looking West. You'll get views of Birmingham Cathedral, One Two and Three Snow Hill and Aston Villa FC.
Staying Cool’s city views looking North by Stacey Barnfield

With their bold captions on bright colours, our new panoramic pictures have been designed to consider visual impairments so more people can enjoy Staying Cool’s spectacular views.

And if you’re curious about a particular landmark that we haven’t singled out in these pictures, let us know and we can add it in.

Planning on exploring the city and seeing some of these landmarks up close? Our Travel Tips will certainly come in handy and our Dining Out guide details our favourite spots eat and drink too!

Special thanks to Stacey Barnfield for putting together these brilliant panoramic shots for us.