The Paragon Hotel
Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom
145 Alcester Street, Birmingham B12 0PJ
Most recent booking for this hotel was 16/06/2013 at 19:11
“ The room was quite basic for the price paid and could do with a bit of updating. The staff were friendly and accommodating.7.0 Good
Danielle from GravesendLoading...
“ Hotel meets your basic needs breakfast needs sorting out6.8 Above Average
Paul from DaventryLoading...
The Paragon Hotel, Birmingham, was built in 1903 and is a magnificent example of Victorian Gothic architecture. Within the walls of this historic Grade II listed building many of the original aspects have been lovingly restored back to their former glories.
With excellent transport links to the M42/ M6 / M40 and Birmingham International Airport, The Paragon is one of the largest and best conference venues in Birmingham. Additionally, the close proximity to Birmingham City Centre means that it is ideal venue for taking advantage of the fantastic shopping facilities and Birmingham's buzzing night life.
The Paragon’s 250 selection of contemporary style bedrooms include Small Singles, Medium Twins, Medium and Larger Doubles and a Suite. Each of the bedrooms' offer the excellent facilities visitors have come to expect from an urban retreat. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, direct dial telephones, televisions and tea and coffee making facilities. Car parking on site is free.
- 24 Hour Reception
- Car Park
- Meeting Room
- Smoking Policy
- Tea and Coffee
Local amenities & attractions close to The Paragon Hotel
- Birmingham New Street Station 1.5 Miles
- NEC 12.5 Miles
- Birmingham International Airport 12.5 Miles
- Birmingham Bull Ring Shopping Centre 1.5 Miles
- Digbeth Coach Station 1 Mile
- National Indoor Arena 3 Miles
- International Convention Centre 3 Miles
Our customer reviews
Danielle from Gravesend
“ The room was quite basic for the price paid and could do with a bit of updating. The staff were friendly and accommodating.
Paul from Daventry
“ Hotel meets your basic needs breakfast needs sorting out
Gina from Swindon
The hotel is cheap and you get what you pay for, beds are comfy and clean, lights didn't work moved to another room and still only one light worked....breakfast was ok
Staff are lovely tho and more than make up for everything
Free parking which is a bonus
“ Top Tip: Everything is only a short cab ride away we paid £5 to get into get into town
Cedric from Derby
“ The hotel is the worst I have ever been. My room was 'room within a room' ! Separated by indoor. Just like sleeping in the sitting room and other people in the bedroom. I could hear every single word the Guys in the next room said. Too noise, cold and dirtiest ever. Really not recommended. Staff are poor and very incompetent.
Christopher from Aylesbury
Not so much a room more a cupboard, I could almost touch both opposite walls. It bore no resemblance to the website's featured bedrooms.
Despite plenty of no smoking signs someone had clearly been smoking in my room - which made me wonder, was the alarm system ignored or did it just not work?
The security doors outside my room banged so loudly I expected to find it on the floor next morning. The wifi was indeed free but only works on floors 1&2 - i was on 3!
The price was a special offer - that's the only reason I didn't complain
The linen was beautifully clean
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