Hampton by Hilton Birmingham City North
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- Located in the heart of Birmingham
- Bar in Hotel
- Free Wi-Fi
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A warm welcome awaits you at the Hampton by Hilton Birmingham City North. Set in Birmingham’s world famous Jewellery Quarter, our modern hotel is just a 10 minute walk from the city centre and offers easy access to the M6/M5 Motorway. Perfect for both business and leisure travellers, The National Indoor Arena, International Convention Centre and Broad Street are just a 10 minute walk and the hotel is adjacent to St Paul’s Tram Station, offering quick, efficient services to Wolverhampton and the West Midlands. Birmingham Airport and NEC are just 10 miles away from our friendly Birmingham hotel.
Unwind in a stylish en-suite guest room, offering a range of amenities to help you feel at home. Feel refreshed after a great night’s rest in a comfy bed and stay connected at the spacious work desk with free Wi-Fi access. Catch up with your favourite TV show on our Free-view HDTV.
Start the day right with Hampton's free hot breakfast and in the evening relax with a drink from our bar, which also offers light meals and snacks 24-hours a day. Stay active during your stay in Birmingham with our free fitness room. Business is easy with the 24-hour Work Zone, offering free internet access and printing services and our modern, flexible meeting room, equipped with the latest A/V technology.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 109
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Offsite Parking Distance: 350 metres
- Name: BIRMINGHAM SNOW HILL
- Distance: 0.5 mile
- Name: BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT
- Distance: 10 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Birmingham Snow Hill Distance: 0.5 mile
- Nearest Airport Name: Birmingham Airport Distance: 10 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 3.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 937 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Good weekend in Birmingham
Stay Date: 28/11/2015, a customer aged 65+ from GB who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Overall a good weekend all though the hotel was not near the centre enough for us consequently had to spend money on taxis to get to New St station. Various prices to the same destination. Hotel was excellent apart from being a bit out the way.… See more
Overall a good weekend all though the hotel was not near the centre enough for us consequently had to spend money on taxis to get to New St station. Various prices to the same destination. Hotel was excellent apart from being a bit out the way. Buses were very frequent but not going to where we wanted. Overall the break was good. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 3 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- National Exhibition Centre: 5 out of 5
- German Christmas Market: 5 out of 5
- New Street station: 5 out of 5
- Domino's pizza: 4 out of 5
- Italian restaurant new street. : 5 out of 5
Stay Date: 03/2017, 509123 wrote this review.
I stay in this hotel regularly. It's clean, of a good standard and has very friendly staff. The breakfast has a good variety and wifi is free. Sunny, the reception staff always makes my day when I arrive and nothing is too much trouble.
I stay in this hotel regularly. It's clean, of a good standard and has very friendly staff. The breakfast has a good variety and wifi is free. Sunny, the reception staff always makes my day when I arrive and nothing is too much trouble. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, Honestopinionalways1 wrote this review.
Really bad location Really rude receptionist by the name of sunny Really bad communication Bad rooms Very cramped Attitude problems Parking not available have to park in local car park in a dodgy area Tiny lifts and very poorly kept Better off g… See more
Really bad location Really rude receptionist by the name of sunny Really bad communication Bad rooms Very cramped Attitude problems Parking not available have to park in local car park in a dodgy area Tiny lifts and very poorly kept Better off going elsewhere Collapse
I've stayed in Hilton hotels and they are nice. This is not that kind of Hilton.
Stay Date: 03/2017, Motofoto F wrote this review.
Let me say at the outset that if your expectations are low, then this hotel will probably be fine for you. For a quick rough and ready overnighter… it’d suffice. My expectations were different and I wanted a place to sleep and work from whilst in Bir… See more
Let me say at the outset that if your expectations are low, then this hotel will probably be fine for you. For a quick rough and ready overnighter… it’d suffice. My expectations were different and I wanted a place to sleep and work from whilst in Birmingham for a few days on business. I work for a large company they have an agency (Egencia) who book hotels for us. I’m no stranger to Birmingham and usually stay in the Hyatt, the Marriot, the Crowne Plaza or the Holiday Inn. I’ve stayed in Hilton hotels before and they have been nice. Don’t be fooled, this is not that kind of Hilton! It is the Easy-Jet of hotels. It is like a lower-class than Travel-Lodge standard. Which as I said, is okay if that is what you are expecting, but you'l be massively let down if you are thinking ‘Hilton’ hotel. I think it was the car-parking that put me in a bad mood. The bumf on the site said that car-parking is available. My expectations were way out. When I arrived I was informed that the hotel has no parking of its own but a private car-park exists in a road behind the hotel (which is fair enough). But it turns out that pre-payment is required in cash (coin), credit-card payment or mobile-pay by telephone is not in operation (this is Birmingham and stuck in the 1980’s after all). The day-long parking tickets expire at 11:59pm. In order to park overnight I was required to purchase two tickets; one for the day that I arrive (I arrived at 9pm and had to pay for the duration the day before I arrived. I was planning upon leaving the hotel at 9am and so had to buy a ticket for the duration of the next day... a day that I wouldn’t actually be there. This is ‘rip-off Britain’ in action. With no information about the car parking situation offered on the web site, I hadn’t expected that I’d have to pay cash up front on arrival and so had no adequate change (you need a mountain of pound coins and silver). Naturally, the Hilton by Hampton Hotel cannot assist (has no ATM and cannot dispense change for parking). Of course it was hammering down with rain and I had to go off and find a cash-point machine. Once I’d done this (and survived the aggressive beggar who lives like a troll beneath the ATM) I then had to find a shop where I could buy several different items (that I didn’t want) as separate transactions with a note each time in order to acquire enough change in order to feed to the parking ticket machine for two tickets. When I was finally able pay the stack of coin into the machine and park the car I made my way back to the hotel with my luggage, in the torrential rain. Within the litter-strewn entrance to the Hilton-Hampton I inadvertently stepped upon a discarded bag of soggy half-eaten chips and it was like my left foot was on a skateboard as I performed the undignified splits and fell to the ground with my clean-pressed shirts on a hanger between my prostate body and the filthy, soaked pavement. All the bad-luck and malevolence that the aggressive ATM beggar troll had verbally wished upon me, came to pass in that moment. Some forty minutes after first arriving at the hotel I am finally checking-in. To my dismay and amazement there isn’t a proper restaurant in this hotel and no room-service meals are available (although the reception can sell you a Mars Bar or a Twix for substance in lieu of fine dining). Room 233. I think this is a disabled equipped room and if you have disablement requirements then it could work for you. However, to a non-disabled guest who is six-foot three inches tall the room is painful. The furniture is set at nursery-school height and there is no stand or surface you can place your luggage-bag upon. The ankle-height bed gives the impression of simply being a mattress upon the floor. This isn’t too bad when horizontal but it is not comfortable to sit upon when not sleeping. The loose fitting door allows for the noise of the commotions of people coming and going in the lifts to enter the room. When the lights are off the room is still partially illuminated by the light coming in around the door. There is an internal, inter-room connecting door, which although locked, allows the noise of the family next-door to the extent that you feel that they are in the room with you. If you are male, beware, the toilet seat cannot be raised out of the way in order to urinate, so your accuracy will have to improve quickly. Unlike the doors, the window is completely sealed (this is obviously because the hotel backs directly onto the train tracks) but it makes the atmospherics of the room feel like a suffocation box. That first inhale of outside air when leaving in the morning is a treat. The treat only lasts until you reach the car and realize that others have parked so close on ether-side of your car that it requires you to be a flexible contortionist in order to enter the vehicle. I stayed in the Hampton-Hilton for two nights and when I said goodbye, I sincerely meant it. I will not be back, ever. I have rarely longed for my own bed and my own bathroom, kitchen and home in general as much as I longed for it when staying at the Hampton-Hilton. I suppose that if I was forced to stay again, at least I’d be prepared. Hopefully I’ll be dead before that situation arises. Collapse
Business Trip in birmingham for week days
Stay Date: 03/2017, michaelgY123MW wrote this review.
Good business hotel easy in and out of Birmingham near good food places Hotel always clean Rooms Clean Staff always pleased to help Wifi excellent always Used hotel 30 + times no issues Thanks for a great hotel and business meeting place
Good business hotel easy in and out of Birmingham near good food places Hotel always clean Rooms Clean Staff always pleased to help Wifi excellent always Used hotel 30 + times no issues Thanks for a great hotel and business meeting place Collapse
Not in a nice area
Stay Date: 03/2017, lindsayo477 wrote this review.
Wouldn't stay here, not in the best areas. Awful night sleep with a faulty light which was on all night as it couldn't be switched off. You don't see any staff if you needed help with anything. Avoid if you can
Wouldn't stay here, not in the best areas. Awful night sleep with a faulty light which was on all night as it couldn't be switched off. You don't see any staff if you needed help with anything. Avoid if you can Collapse
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