Birmingham is a city that is easy to love being a city with a high rate of people who are mostly ambition makeovers and may have somewhat breath into the city a new economic life. The richness in cultural heritage and is the fact that the city is the second largest city in the United Kingdom after London is known to also be an economic hub for both foreign and local investors. The city cannot be loved less with the historical roles it played dating back to ancient times.
Spending a weekend in Birmingham once in your life is a must do. The city has so much exploration and beauty to offer. If you plan to spend a weekend in Birmingham, this might help you.
Located at Church Street, right at the edge of the city’s smart Jewellery Quarter, the Hotel Du Vin is an exquisite hotel to stay in for the weekend. Hotel Du Vin is a beautiful hotel with up to sixty-six stylish contemporary rooms, excellent meals and a serene and relaxing environment.
Staying Cool is another good hotel for a lovely weekend in Birmingham. The hotel is housed in the Circular Rotunda Tower with styled apartments with great views and wonderful staff. The price of rooms ranges from £114. The Staying Cool Hotel is another option for where to stay for a nice weekend in Birmingham.
Places to visit on the weekend in Birmingham
Shopping centres like Mailbox and Grand Central shopping centres are shopping complexes all over the popular high street stores. There you also have the independent boutique lines for lovers of fashion at the charming Great Western Arcade which is not too far from the famous Bullring building. At the boutique line, you can find the Miss Macaroon and Anderson & Hill.
Not too far from the shopping areas leads to the bright orange façade of Island Bar located right in Suffolk Street. The bar is loved by many locals because of the expertise of their bartenders in mixing many varieties of pirate favourite tipple into classics and other range of cocktails (with happy hour prices).
The Digbeth Dining Club opens every Friday and Saturday by5 pm. The Digbeth Dining Club is one of the finest food masters in Birmingham. The DDC is capable of hosting a lot of traders to suit everyone’s taste with live music and DJs to keep the environment buzzy.
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Centre and Cannon Hill Park are the two places you wouldn’t want to miss for a pleasant evening walk in the park. During the weekends, the parks hold mini funfairs and mini golf so you can actually get a bit active or maybe you can go for a swan pedalo.