2 Apartments knocked into 1 in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, with secure gated parking. 2-min walk from picturesque St Paul's Square, 5-min walk from Arena Birmingham & Broad Street, 10-min walk from the City Centre, New Street Station, Bullring, Shops, Bars, Restaurants, etc.
Fully furnished, 2 WiFi Hubs, 50" Plasma Screen with Sky, HD Memory Foam beds and the pièce de résistance - the Jacuzzi.
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The maximum the apartment can sleep in total is 8. For any more than 4 people, i.e. Guests 5, 6, 7 and 8, I will put in 2 Bean2Beds (Memory Foam Bean Bag that turns into a Bed) in the living room - 1 Double and 1 King. Search Bean2Bed and you'll see what they are.
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Just 2 minutes' walk from me is The Button Factory with a gorgeous rooftop bar, if it’s a sunny day you don’t want to be anywhere else. Right opposite across the street is Ana Rocha which is an art gallery / restaurant / bar. It’s something very different and quirky, so definitely worth a visit. Everything in there you can buy, so if you fancy treating yourself to a Rolex or a £40,000 solid gold lamp, check it out. Really nice cocktails too.
St Paul’s Square on the other side is also a 2-minute walk away with some nice bars. St Paul’s House (which is a Hotel as well) is quite swanky. If you’re into Gin, check out 40 at St Paul’s, it’s small enough to be someone’s living room, but has won so many awards for its variety of gins. Think they have the most in the country or something like that. Don’t think it has a sign outside, it’s just a door so maybe use Google Maps, but it’s right on St Paul’s Square. If you want to party on late, The Jam House (again in St Paul’s Square) has live music until 2am, and after that The Actress and Bishop across the road keeps the party going till 4am.
For food, again a 2-minute walk away is an Italian called Pasta di Piazza. Small place but very good food, and very reasonable too. A 3-minute walk is the fanciest Indian I have ever been to called Lasan - which was on Gordon Ramsey’s F word. A particular feature there is the waiters don’t carry notepads. As you tell them what you want, they go into a monologue about the ingredients going into your dish, how the chef prepares and cooks it, etc. They do this for every person and never write anything down. I’ve been there with a group of 8 people and the waiter went around the table taking everyone’s orders one by one and memorised it. When the food came it was all perfect, including sides. Not sure if they carry a secret recorder in their pocket or what! Anyway, the food is amazing and worth the price. There is another Indian that’s just opened about a 5-minute walk away called Opheem by a famous chef and looks stunning.
About a 7-minute walk is another upmarket restaurant called Opus. I’ve never eaten there myself but I’ve heard good things. If you wanna go really fancy, there are 2 Michelin star restaurant in the City Centre, which is a 10-minute walk - Purnells and Adams. A bit further out (so 5 -1 0 minutes by taxi) there are another 2 Michelin star restaurants - Simpsons and Carters of Moseley.
Marco Pierre White also has a restaurant in Birmingham City Centre. I took my Mum there for Valentine’s Day and the food wasn’t all that great, but the best thing about the place is the view of the city - it’s way up on the top floor of the Cube. So you can just pop in to the bar if you want to see Birmingham from up above.
伯明翰, 英格蘭, 英國