Moor Hall Hotel, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield
If you want to make your trip to the Commonwealth Games extra special then why not check out one of these 5 highly recommended local hotels.
The event is on from July 28 to August 11 and there are so many places you can visit in the West Midlands as well as watching all the sport - Cadbury World, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, Alton Towers, world class shopping and dining in Birmingham city centre.
If you didn’t get tickets through the ballot, they are now on general sale - you can see information at Commonwealth Games tickets.
Moor Hall Hotel & Spa – Sutton Coldfield
This four-star country house hotel offers superb upmarket accommodation in an ideal location.
If you prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city centre, then Moor Hall is a great option, especially for anyone planning to watch the triathlon events around the corner in Sutton Park or take in athletics at the Alexander Stadium which is less than seven miles away.
Moor Hall has 83 comfortable bedrooms, two restaurants, bar, leisure club and spa and historical sunken garden backing on to woodlands to explore.
The hotel is steeped in history dating back to the 16th century when it was owned by Bishop Vesey who frequently entertained King Henry VIII. For more information check out Moor Hall Hotel & Spa
Nailcote Hall Hotel – Berkswell, Warwickshire
If relaxing following a day at the Commonwealth Games is on your agenda, then this premier four-star country house and hotel is well worth considering.
Nailcote Hall features 49 luxurious bedrooms, picturesque views of the West Midlands’ countryside, Par 3 golf course, indoor pool and jacuzzi and the fine dining experience of The Oak Room.
The NEC, which is just a ten-minute drive away, is staging badminton, boxing, table tennis and para table tennis, weightlifting, netball and para powerlifting. For more information go to Nailcote Hall Hotel
Staying Cool Rotunda aparthotel – Birmingham city centre
With the 3x3 basketball and beach volleyball taking place at Smithfield, just yards from these stylish apartments, and artistic and rhythmic gymnastics at Arena Birmingham just a short walk across the city, it is difficult to get a better location than this.
Families of all ages can enjoy stunning balcony views of the city whilst staying in this stylish accommodation featuring minimalist décor, family games, speciality coffee, popcorn makers and fresh juice from a juicer.
Apartments cater for groups of differing sizes and serviced apartments include washer-dryers, king-sized beds and a daily maid service among many other facilities. For more information go to Staying Cool Aparthotel at the Rotunda
Travelodge - Perry Barr
For anyone wishing to stay as close as possible to the thick of the Games action, then look no further than this hotel on Aldridge Road.
Prices are sure to be far more expensive than usual for a Travelodge, but this is to be expected and basing yourself here will mean just a short walk across Perry Park to watch all the action unfold at the Alexander Stadium.
If you’re looking to unwind after watching the athletics and para athletics action unfold at Games HQ, then the city centre and all its attractions is just 4.5 miles away. For more information go to Travelodge Perry Barr
Hyatt Regency – Birmingham city centre
If shopping at the Bullring, dining canalside in Brindleyplace or events at Symphony Hall and Arena Birmingham are on your wishlist, then the Hyatt is a great shout.
A plush restaurant, fitness centre, spa and pool are among the many impressive features of this four-star hotel in Bridge Street.
Each of the hotel’s spacious rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with skyline or canal views. For more information go to Hyatt Regency Birmingham
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