Birmingham City Center

Bull Ring

Only a quick 10 minute train ride away, Birmingham is the most populous British City outside of London. With the famous Bull Ring shopping center mascot a must see attraction for any bovine loving furs, and lots more on offer, the city is a buzz with night life and things to see.

Housing over 200 restaurants, spanning cuisines from 25 different cultures from around the world, the food offering is plentiful. If out on a day visit, there are numerous sites and attractions to see, including the Sea Life center and Brindley Place. With more canals in Birmingham than Venice, it boasts the largest waterway navigation system in the world.

A fan of Dr. Who? A trip over to The Mailbox, and you might be lucky enough to see the BBC resident Dalek keeping an eye out.

For your complete guide, you can refer to the official tourist website ‘Visit Birmingham’ – it is a wealth of information detailing everything you need to know about making the most of your time.


Resorts World Birmingham

Bull Ring

Feel free to explore the range of amenities on offer at Resorts World Birmingham, a short 5 minute walk from the Birmingham Hilton Metropole. There is a host of 50 outlet stores to choose from, as well as 18 stylish bars and restaurants to eat at. And if this is not enough entertainment, it also houses an 11 screen cinema and International Casino.


NEC and Airport Eateries

Bull Ring

If the bountiful selection of food offerings at the hotel and Resorts World are not enough to quench your appetite, there are also a number of eateries, Cafes, restaurants, and bars located throughout the NEC and International Airport. These include, but not limited to popular options such as Frankie & Bennys, All Bar One, Burger King, and many more.