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Edgbaston Palace

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Edgbaston, 198-200 Hagley Road, B16 9PQ Birmingham United Kingdom
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    Description Edgbaston Palace

    Hotel Edgbaston Palace
    The Palace Hotel is in Edgbaston and has easy access to Birmingham city centre, 2.5 miles away. It offers free parking, free Wi-Fi, good food and en suite rooms. Parts of the Edgbaston Palace date back to 1854 and the original Victorian building has been carefully preserved. The rooms have a traditional style, and include a Freeview TV and tea/coffee. Edgbaston is quiet and green and has easy access to the shops, pubs and restaurants of the city centre. The Edgbaston Palace Hotel is on the A456, a major route into Birmingham. There are regular buses nearby. The hotel has a private courtyard, gardens, a bar and a restaurant where guests can enjoy a full English breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evenings.

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    Address

    • Edgbaston Palace
    • Edgbaston, 198-200 Hagley Road,
    • B16 9PQBirmingham
    • United Kingdom
    • Telephone: +44(121)4521577
    • Fax:+44(121)4557933
    • Official Homepage

    Payment

    • EC/ Maestro/ Debit card
    • American Express
    • Mastercard
    • Visa

    Suitable for

    • Business People
    • Large Groups
    • Gay friendly

    Room features Edgbaston Palace

    • Bathroom with shower
    • Ironing board
    • Windows that open
    • Television
    • Hairdryer
    • Central heating
    • Tea/ coffee facilities
    • Cosmetic mirror
    • Satellite TV
    • Desk
    • Telephone
    • Cable TV
    • WiFi in the rooms

    Hotel features Edgbaston Palace

    • Business centre
    • Cafe
    • Entrance hall/ lobby
    • TV lounge
    • Car park
    • Garden or park
    • Terrace
    • Porter service
    • Hotel bar
    • Child/ Baby Cot
    • Conference rooms
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Restaurant
    • 24-hour reception
    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Laundry service
    • WiFi in Lobby
    • Room service
    • Concierge

    Sports Facilities

    • Bike Rental
    • Billiards
    • Golf Course
    • Fitness/ Aerobics
    • Horse riding
    • Tennis court

    Type of lodging

    • Hotel

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