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Focus on Birmingham – Commonwealth Games Host 2022:

yes The city has been transforming in recent years with several exciting new developments. Birmingham City Centre Station: New Street was revamped at a cost of £600m, this included refurbishment of 12 platforms and a brand new concourse designed to cope with 52 million passengers a year. There is easy access by rail with direct services from London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham, Milton Keynes, and Bristol to name just a few!

Paradise is a £700m new urban neighbourhood being developed around Chamberlain Square  in the very heart of the city with linking 3 new public squares with retail space, office space, restaurants and cafes. A new 22 floor, four star hotel will be built as a replacement for the Copthorne Hotel.

Just a few minutes walk from the centre is ‘Eastside’, which after decades of neglect is seeing new life injected into the area with the redevelopment of Curzon Street and Curzon Street Station.

Situated in the heart of Eastside is the brand new ‘Aloft’ Hotel, a stylish 4-star hotel boasting  195 bedrooms, cocktail bar, restaurant & gym. The hotel adjoins the Eastside Rooms , one of the most flexible and versatile event venues in Birmingham with a 880m² pillar free Ballroom.

The Grand Hotel Birmingham re-opens it’s doors following a multi-million pound investment. The newly-restored Grand Hotel Birmingham boasts 185 guest rooms, a lounge, restaurant, 2 bars, a sunken rooftop garden terrace and meeting and event spaces; the Grosvenor Ballroom will accommodate 350 guests.

Other Venues in the city include:

The Studio Birmingham: 19 vibrant meeting rooms, maximum capacity 240 theatre style

ETC Venues Maple House: 25 colourful conference suites over 2 floors, maximum capacity 160 theatre style

De Vere Colmore Gate: 18 meeting spaces over 2 floors, maximum capacity 150 theatre style

Thinktank: 7 meeting rooms over 3 floors including a state-of-the-art theatre for 180 delegates

Park Regis: 253 bedrooms and 11 meeting rooms including Level 16 Sky Loft and Sky Gallery, maximum capacity 1,000 theatre style

Holiday Inn Birmingham & the BCEC: 261 bedrooms and 24 meeting rooms over 3 floors, maximum capacity 1,00 theatre style

Novotel Birmingham: 148 bedrooms and 8 meeting rooms, maximum capacity 300 theatre style

Hilton Birmingham Metropole: 700 bedrooms and 33 meeting rooms, maximum capacity 2,000 theatre style

The city is due to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games from 27th July until 7th August.


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