The hotel used to be known as The George, and is attached to an old pub which is now the hotel bar. The public areas are fine, and look like they have been refubished fairly recently. However the rooms are absolutely tiny with small double beds. Yes, there is new carpet, curtains, bedspread and wall paper, but still remaining is the terrible 1970's wardrobe, dressing table and headboard. The bathroom also missed out on being refurbed - grim grey tiling with mouldy grouting, akin to an old asylum! Nice big towels though. It's the knd of room that you will not want to spend any more time in than absolutely necessary.
Overall, OK as a place to rest your head, but not the place for more than one nights stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ramada Birmingham/Solihull (known locally as The George) started life as a 15th-century coaching inn and now mixes the old and the new around England's oldest crown bowling green. Ideally situated at the end of Solihull's high street with easy access to the M42, NEC and airport, the hotel offers the perfect destination for touring and relaxing in the heart of the West Midlands. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Birmingham, Solihull Hotel Solihull
- Ramada Solihull Birmingham
- Solihull Ramada