Moving to Birmingham and Birmingham Relocation Options
If you are considering moving to Birmingham - you are not alone. Londoners are particularly keen on relocating to Birmingham, in fact, Londoners choose Birmingham over and above any other city in the UK.
The reasons why people choose to move to Birmingham are many; the city has undergone a huge transformation and regeneration over the last twenty years and has attracted some great industries - therefore it has some great jobs to offer. The average house price* in Birmingham is just £140,200 compared to a whopping £465,900 in London, giving Brummies a great standard of living. It’s slap bang in the middle of the country with great transportation links: Manchester and London are just 90 minutes away by train. On top of that it has great culture and food too. Home of the Balti, Birmingham also has a reputation for great street food as well as boasting five Michelin star Restaurants - so you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out. Finally, with the trendy Custard Factory and a newly rejuvenated city centre, there are great shopping options too.
Even with all these great things going for Birmingham, we realise that moving to a new city can still be a daunting prospect. That’s why many people use our Staying Cool serviced apartments for their Birmingham relocation. Our serviced apartments in Birmingham make the perfect base for exploring the city and finding that all important new home and here are a few reasons why:
Flexibility and discounts available
Let’s face it; you probably don’t know how long you are going to need that stop gap accommodation for, so keep your options open. Dates often move and deals can fall through. Whether you’re looking for an extended stay or short term rents in Birmingham, we’ll make sure we give you a competitive rate. Our General Manager, Gavin, has looked after many people; individuals, couples and families who have all gone through the process of moving to Birmingham so he has the experience to help you. Please email email@example.com to discuss the best rate for your Birmingham relocation.
All your home comforts
A Staying Cool serviced apartment combines all the luxury of a boutique hotel with the privacy of your own home. Why camp out in a hotel room when you can have separate bedrooms, bathrooms, a kitchen and living accommodation all for the same price?
Our clubman, maxi and penthouse apartments all offer really spacious lounges and kitchens. Even our smallest apartments - our mini studios - have living areas where you can work and relax, and galley kitchens where you can prepare meals. Our living areas come fully equipped with an iPod docking station, a TV with Sky channels and Blue Ray DVD, plus super-fast Wi-Fi.
Kitchen areas come complete with a dining area, a fridge, a microwave, an oven and a dishwasher, so you won’t be stuck eating out every night. The apartments even have a washer drier, an ironing board and an iron, so there is no need to pay exorbitant rates to get your laundry done. We also offer a same-day dry cleaning service with very reasonable prices should you need it.
When you arrive you will find your apartment fully stocked with a range of complimentary goodies. Not only will you find cereals, fresh milk, Fair-trade teas and hot chocolate, but we also supply fresh oranges for the juicer and fresh coffee and coffee pods for the Gaggia coffee machine. Basic ingredients such as salt and pepper, olive oil and balsamic vinegar are all there if you need them and if you don’t have time to shop, we’ll do your grocery shopping for you for a charge of £12.
We don’t skimp when it comes to the bedrooms either. Each bedroom comes with a king-size bed with pocket sprung mattress and memory foam so you get the best night’s sleep going.
Finally we recognise that being in short stay accommodation can sometimes wreak havoc with your waistline so we even throw in a complimentary gym membership to any guest who stays for a month or more.
Great for a family move
If yours is a family move, then we have two-bed apartments and penthouses available as and when you need them. With large living areas, en-suite bathrooms and fully-equipped kitchens they are the perfect stop gap for families moving to Birmingham. All our apartments are very family friendly so bring along the kids and let them explore the city too!
Our Staying Cool serviced apartments Birmingham are located right at the heart of this great city. Explore art galleries, museums, theatres, shops, cinemas, bars and restaurants and make the most of Staying Cool Birmingham’s great location:
- The Business District, including the Snowhill and Colmore Row areas, is less than five minutes on foot
- New Street Station is only a two minute walk away, Moor Street Station is only a three minutes and Snow Hill Station just five minutes on foot
- The ICC (International Convention Centre) is just ten minutes on foot
- The NEC and Birmingham International Airport are just 15 minutes away (the two are next door to each other). Take a two minute walk to New Street Station and an eight minute journey by train. Book our NEC VIP package and we provide your train tickets at check-in so you don't have to queue
- London is just 90 minutes by train from either New Street or Moor Street stations
All the services of a hotel
Our Staying Cool serviced apartments Birmingham have staff on site 24 hours a day and we offer a concierge service from 08:30 to 22:00 daily.
The friendly concierge team will do everything that they can to make sure that your Birmingham relocation goes as smoothly as possible. If anything breaks or needs fixing in your serviced apartment, they’ll have it sorted out within 24 hours - plus their local knowledge is second to none so please do go to them for advice.
Parking available if you need it
Parking is available at rates of £49 per week or £99 per month depending on the length of your short term rent Birmingham.
If you are thinking about a Birmingham relocation, or moving to Birmingham and you need that stop-gap accommodation please get in touch.
* Hometrack UK Cities House Price index – April 2016