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Hyatt Regency Hotel - Birmingham
One of the best situated hotels in Birmingham city centre, Hyatt Regency Birmingham is a modern, 4 star hotel that enjoys a prime central location. Our luxury Birmingham hotel is just five minutes' walk from the exclusive Mailbox and Bull Ring shopping centres, as well as Broad Street and Brindley Place, where you can find a wide range of vibrant Birmingham restaurants and bars, along with theatres and art galleries.
Our hotel in Birmingham is also home to the signature Aria Restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
One of the most popular business hotels in the city, Hyatt Regency Birmingham is an ideal venue for meetings and conferences. Moreover, the beautiful space available ensures Hyatt Regency Birmingham is amongst the most elegant wedding venues in Birmingham.
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2 April 2020
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Average score of 5 from 3 reviews
"Enjoyed staying here amidst having to attend conference sessions. It provided a relaxing environment, the staff were pleasant and helpful. The food in the restaurant and the cafe was great. Good variety of selection for the restaurant."
"Wonderful experience and great service. Staff and management were great. We attended the heartbeat international conference and the accommodation was wonderful. The food was delicious the servers were kind and courteous."
"It definitely gives the best view of Dallas. I’ve posted the night and day view. I personally like the night view better. The best time to go is little before sunset so you can experience both. They’ve good staff."
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