I stayed here around four years ago and really enjoyed it. It was a decent 4 star hotel with a feeling of relative luxury. The rooms were generous and fitness facilities of a good standard. It has now been left behind and is no more than a functional, overpriced venue.
Having to pay for Wi-Fi in this day and age is a poor reflection on customer care. There were no in room facilities at all. Nothing to make you feel like a valued guest. Even a bottle of mineral water, which at first glance seemed complimentary, was charged to the bill!
When we were there the Pakistan and Australian cricketers were staying at the hotel and seemed to sap all of the customer service attention. Perhaps this explains why it was a poor stay.
Breakfast was ok though lacking the sparkle of many of the higher end hotels I believe this hotel aspires to. The fitness facilities were tired and overused.
If you wanted to take a tourist trip to the Walkabout bar where Aussie Cricketer David Warner thumped England's Joe Root then you can. We went there the night after and all signs of blood and teeth had been removed from the floor 24 hours later. The lager was cold however - which was good.
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Regency Birmingham Hotel Birmingham
- Birmingham Hyatt Regency
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