Hyatt Regency Birmingham UK – Hotel review
On the west side of Birmingham’s center next to the impressive Centenary Square, the sleek looking Hyatt Regency Birmingham UK is a wonderful location for exploring the cultural and historic side of the city.
Overview of Hyatt Regency Birmingham UK – Hotel review
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The hotel stands on the side of the redeveloped Bridge Street. It looks out on the Birmingham Rep and the brilliant and striking Birmingham library.
This four-star hotel is a glass-fronted building with a swish and smart interior.
As you walk inside you notice the touches of luxury throughout the lobby and even in the glass-sided lifts.
There is a great swimming pool complete with a spa, jacuzzi, steam rooms and even cold plunge pool.
Around the hotel are a good selection of restaurants and cafes, based around the city’s historic canals nearby.
Across Centenary Square there is plenty of culture to explore with the library definitely worth a visit. And the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery just five minutes walk away.
Hyatt Regency Birmingham – Sleeps:
The hotel bedrooms have fantastic large comfortable beds which you just wanted to dive into. Also great bathrooms and wonderful views across the city.
We had interconnecting rooms which are the perfect space for families to relax.
The rooms are spacious and each comes with desk space, smart TVs and a real feeling of quality and calm.
There is free WiFi throughout the hotel.
The breakfast in the hotel was packed with delicious pastries, fruit juices and plenty of yogurts, smoked salmon, and cheeses.
Eggs are cooked to order and there is plenty here to set everyone up for a full day of exploring the city.
Hyatt Regency Birmingham UK – The Best Bits
The hotel is really well located with lots of shopping, restaurants and child friendly venues.
There’s a real sense of quality and relaxation at the Hyatt Regency. And it’s great to find a city hotel which doesn’t scrimp on space.
There were a number of families staying at the hotel. Which always makes me think that they’re getting lots of things right for parents and kids too.
Worth Bearing in Mind
There is very limited parking at the hotel, which like many city hotels is also chargeable.
The valet staff are absolutely brilliant though and will park your car for you.
The swimming pool is perfect for children and families.
There is loads of room for swimming and lounging by the poolside. It’s a great space and only adds to an already impressive hotel.
Ready to book?
You can find out more about the hotel and book your own stay here and check out our guide to Birmingham with kids.
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