Hotel du Vin Birmingham has almost completed a £1million refurbishment of all its 66 bedrooms.

Hotel du Vin Birmingham is located in a Grade II-listed Victorian building in the city centre. The building formerly housed the Birmingham Eye Hospital before opening as the Hotel du Vin in 2001.

The new-look bedrooms at Hotel du Vin Birmingham feature a light, classical and contemporary styling. The hotel boasts one of the biggest beds in the city measuring 8ft and offering guests ‘relaxation at its finest’.

The Bistro Restaurant at Hotel du Vin Birmingham has also been renovated in an authentic French style with reclaimed dark-stained floorboards, restored fireplaces, framed pictures and paintings, soft lighting and comfortable chairs.

The refurbishment has been undertaken in phases and is expected to be completed in September.

Hotel du Vin Birmingham is located in Church Street, a short walk from both Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill stations.

Approval has been granted to construct a new 261-bedroom hotel off Broad Street close to Birmingham city centre.

The £33million scheme includes the demolition of a multi-storey car park at the rear of the existing Jurys Hotel on Broad Street. The new 14-storey hotel which will take its place will be the first NXY hotel in the UK - a new hotel-brand from the Jurys / Leonardo Hotels stable.

NXY Hotel Birmingham will feature a reception, restaurant, bar and terrace.

The NXY brand is part of the Israel-headquartered Fattal Hotel Group which owns and operates 165 sites in 17 countries, including Jurys Inns.

Plans to construct a new 261-bedroom hotel off Broad Street close to Birmingham city centre have been recommended for approval. The final go-ahead depends on Birmingham City Council's planning committee which meets on Thursday 9 May.

The scheme includes the demolition of a multi-storey car park at the rear of the existing Jurys Hotel on Broad Street. The new 14-storey hotel which would take its place would be the first NXY hotel in the UK - a new hotel-brand from the Jurys / Leonardo Hotels stable.

NXY Hotel would feature a reception, restaurant, bar and terrace.

The scheme would also see a total of 152 car parking spaces provided on the lower ground floor, ground, first and second floors.

The NXY hotel would be within walking distance of Birmingham city centre.

Plans have been published to extend the Belfry Hotel and Resort, a former Ryder Cup venue near Sutton Coldfield on the outskirts of Birmingham.

Plans include adding 144 bedrooms in a new building on the site overlooking the Brabazon Course which would also include a 600-seat ballroom and banqueting facilities.

A new leisure club, next to the 18th hole of the PGA National Course, is also in the plans. This will feature a leisure pool as well as a gym and studio rooms, café and changing facilities.  The existing leisure facilities will be relocated to allow space within the resort buildings for a new state-of-the art spa.

The Belfry intends to build upon the resort’s golfing tradition and success so that it continues to operate as a world class golf and leisure destination in future. The Belfry is set in more than 550 acres of Warwickshire countryside and currently has 320 bedrooms.

A planning application is due to be submitted to North Warwickshire Borough Council in the summer and construction could start early next year.

The former Royal Angus Hotel in the centre of Birmingham is now expected to reopen as a DoubleTree by Hilton in autumn 2019.

DoubleTree by Hilton Birmingham is located in the Snow Hill area of the city centre and is currently being refurbished. The refurbishment has included the addition of two extra floors plus a rooftop terrace.

DoubleTree by Hilton Birmingham will include 186 bedrooms, two Marco Pierre White branded restaurants including a White’s English Chophouse restaurant and a Marconi Coffee shop. The hotel will also feature extensive meeting and events facilities.

DoubleTree by Hilton Birmingham overlooks Queensway which leads directly to the M6 motorway at Spaghetti Junction (J6). It is a five-minute walk to Birmingham Snow Hill station and slightly longer to Birmingham New Street station.

The British Motor Museum in Warwickshire has announced that its conference and events facilities will re-open for corporate hire from 1 July 2019.

For the last four years the spaces have been exclusively used by their close neighbour, Jaguar Land Rover. The company has now rebranded from the Heritage Motor Centre and undergone a £2million refurbishment programme.

The refurbishment includes its new look, re-named roof top room:  'The Sky Suite'.

The Sky Suite will accommodate up to 200 delegates for a theatre-style meeting or 240 guests for a dinner. The Sky Suite features panoramic views over the Warwickshire countryside and now includes a patio roof-garden.

The ‘Conference Suite’ will seat up to 600 delegates theatre style.

The ‘Lecture Suite’ has a new entrance to allow vehicular access and now includes a 680 sq-mt Exhibition Gallery. It will accommodate up to 150 delegates for a theatre style meeting. It also includes an additional 20 rooms for smaller meetings seating up to 50 delegates.

The British Motor Museum is set in 65 acres of Warwickshire countryside at Gaydon with good access to the M40 motorway.

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