Hotel Apartments and Serviced Apartments In Birmingham

Modern and convenient serviced apartments in Birmingham are easy to find and book with The Apartment Network. Birmingham is a unique melting pot of cultures and home to some truly unique experiences. So, whether you're travelling for work or leisure, there's sure to be the perfect serviced apartment to suit you.
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Serviced apartments and hotel apartments in Birmingham

Birmingham, or Brum as it's known to the locals, is one of the most vibrant and fun cities in the UK. With plenty of places to eat, fascinating history and acres of green spaces. There's something for everyone in Birmingham. If you want to be a stone's throw from Birmingham's Bullring & Grand Central or the iconic Jewellery Quarter, choosing The Apartment Network for the best range of serviced apartments and hotel apartments in Birmingham will put you right at the heart of the action. Find your perfect home from home in Birmingham now.

Featured serviced apartments in Birmingham

Staying Cool at the Rotunda
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Stunning 4-star studios, apartments and penthouse in the city centre’s iconic 1960s tower.
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No 8 Waterloo Street Apartments
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Luxurious Grade II listed apartments a short stroll from city centre attractions and transport links.
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Caroline Street
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Modern, comfortable and secure apartment in a calm spot 1.5 miles from the city centre.
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Highly recommended aparthotels in Birmingham

Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre
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Fully equipped apartments for business or leisure, a 5 minute walk from New Street mainline station.
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Staybridge Suites Birmingham
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Excellent range of suites close to city centre shopping, restaurants and businesses.
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Newhall Square
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A stylish place to stay in the historic Jewellery Quarter with onsite gym and car parking.
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Best serviced apartments in the centre of Birmingham

Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre
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Studios and 1 bed apartments ideally placed to explore and enjoy the vibrant city centre.
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Staybridge Suites Birmingham
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Apartments including 3-bed, 2-bath options for a comfy stay among great shops and bars.
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Birmingham – Bullring/Upper Dean Street
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Enjoy the city’s attractions on your doorstep, including the Bullring’s shops and restaurants.
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Serviced apartments in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

Caroline Street
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A great place to stay among galleries, independent shops and trendy bars.
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Newhall Square
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Perfectly equipped 1- and 2-bed apartments close to top venues and buzzing Broad Street.
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Clement Street
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Comfortable, beautifully furnished 2-bed apartment close to the ICC and Birmingham Arena.
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Birmingham serviced apartments perfect for families

Clement Street
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A great place for a family of 4, close to Legoland, the Sea Life Centre and other attractions.
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Leyburn Road, Birmingham
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Modern 4 bed, 3 bath home with plenty of room for a large family, east of the city centre.
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Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre
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Cosy apartments close to city centre transport and attractions, with 24-hour reception.
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Simply search our site to see all our apartments in Birmingham, fill out our enquiry form and let us know when and where you want to stay. Our friendly team will then reply to you with a list of options. The more information you provide, the more we can narrow down a list of perfect serviced apartments and apartment hotels in Birmingham for you! Alternatively, you can use our helpful web chat service or call us at +44 (0)20 3743 7336.

Serviced apartments and aparthotels in Birmingham – why book with The Apartment Network

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Hotel Apartments Birmingham FAQs

How much does it cost to stay in a serviced apartment in Birmingham?

Prices for our serviced apartments in Birmingham start from around £55 per night, but the price will vary depending on the size and type of accommodation you choose and the length of your stay. Fill out our enquiry form to find the perfect serviced apartment to suit you and see if there are any special offers available.

How many guests can stay in your serviced apartments in Birmingham?

bedrooms, offering spaces for up to four guests. However, we have many larger apartments available with room for 6+ guests, perfect for families and groups of friends. If you need help finding a serviced apartment with space for groups and families, please fill out our enquiry form.

What apartment hotels in Birmingham have good views?

Birmingham is an exciting mesh of old meets new architecture, and you’ll find plenty of those views in Birmingham’s city centre, staying near New Street train station and the Jewellery Quarter. For help finding serviced apartments in Birmingham with a good view, please fill out our enquiry form or speak with our team on live chat to get their recommendations on the serviced apartments with the best views. 

 

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Birmingham Guide

 

With a total population of 1,141,816, Birmingham is frequently referred to as the ‘second city in the UK’, and with so much going on, it’s easy to see why!

 

Interestingly, even though it’s called the ‘second city’, it’s actually the fourth-largest city in the UK. Surrounded by cities like Coventry, Wolverhampton, and Walsall, and towns like Solihull and Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham has a maritime temperate, with the odd continental influence thrown in. The summers are warm but relatively short, and the winters can be icy cold.

 

Birmingham architechture and sights

 

If you’re looking for history, Birmingham could be the city for you as it’s one of England’s oldest cities, with evidence suggesting that it has been inhabited since around 900 AD. Anglo-Saxons laid down roots around 1100 AD; however, Birmingham has also been linked to Roman and Celtic settlements!

 

If you’re considering a longer stay in Birmingham, it’s easy to see why. The city has a large, diverse economy, worth around £121bn, with job opportunities in different fields, making it appealing to people seeking new employment opportunities from all over the UK and even Europe.

 

 

Birmingham city landmarks

 

What to do in Birmingham

 

History and culture

 

If you’re seeking culture, there are several museums and art galleries in Birmingham, including Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum, and The Museum of Jewellery Quarter. History lovers will also be interested in historical sites such as St. Paul’s Church, built in 1715 and considered the oldest building in Birmingham.

 

In addition, fans of the popular television show, Peaky Blinders, could immerse themselves in scenes from the show and take a tour of 1930s Birmingham. 

 

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Shopping

 

Fancy a bit of shopping? Then you’re in luck as Birmingham has many famous indoor markets, selling everything from antiques to fabric. The famous Jewellery Quarter attracts visitors worldwide, with jewellers selling quality pieces that you can even customise to your own taste. In fact, the Jewellery Quarter has been a hub for the jewellery trade for centuries, and it is still responsible for producing 40% of all jewellery made in the UK today. If you are looking for the high street stores, head to the Bullring or Square shopping centres. 

 

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Food and nightlife


The nightlife in Birmingham is buzzing, with a range of bars, pubs and clubs spread across the city. Plus, thanks to the diversity of Birmingham, foodies will not be disappointed by the eclectic mix of cuisines on offer. From fine dining to breakfast cafes, you’re sure to find a restaurant or dining place that suits your fancy.

 

Getting around in Birmingham

 

A well-connected city, Birmingham has trains and buses linking different parts of the city and the rest of the UK. Birmingham New Street train station is the main station in Birmingham, serving as a hub for Birmingham and the train routes that connect Birmingham to the rest of the UK. The West Midland Metro runs through Birmingham to connect the city to Wolverhampton.

 

Birmingham’s bus routes are divided into five zones: A to E. Depending on where you’re going, the price will vary as your fare will depend on how many zonal points you enter. Birmingham Airport is just ten miles south of the city centre, offering both domestic and international flights, plus it has a railway station linked directly to its terminals.

 

Want to get around by car or taxi? Birmingham is also well served by roads and hundreds of taxi companies. Brummies are notoriously helpful and friendly, so if you ever find yourself lost, just ask for help.

 

monument in park in Birmingham with lots of grass and a path leading up to monument

 

Tips for moving to Birmingham

 

If you’re considering moving to Birmingham, you’re making a great decision as out of all the UK’s cities, Birmingham is one of the most bustling, engaging, and fun! Plus, it offers a large economy with diverse employment opportunities, good schools, affordable housing, and it is easy to get around.

 

As far as the lifestyle of Birmingham is concerned, it’s very family-orientated as there are many local attractions and family-friendly activities on offer. In addition, there are plenty of green spaces and parks; in fact, there are over 100 family-friendly parks in Birmingham. The Cannon Hill Park, Highbury Park, and Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park are some of the best green spaces to visit. Plus, there are many famous annual events to celebrate the culture and history of Birmingham.

 

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Schools and education in Birmingham

 

Home to several excellent schools and educational institutes, there are primary schools, secondary schools, colleges, and universities in the city.

 

Housing in Birmingham

 

Before you move to Birmingham, you should visit and get a taste of the numerous suburbs and areas which all have their own character and appeals. If you’re looking for some great places to live in Birmingham, start by checking out areas such as Digbeth, Jewellery Quarter, Erdington, Edgbaston, Harborne, and Holloway Head.

 

Compared to other cities in England, Birmingham offers affordable housing, especially the suburbs, which are well connected to the different parts of the city.

 

Digbeth

 

If you’re looking to move to Birmingham for the first time, Digbeth could be the perfect option. Previously home to the headquarters of Typhoo Tea, Digbeth used to be an industrial hub due to its proximity to the Grand Union Canal and Digbeth Branch Canal. Today, the area is a creative industry hub, with The Custard Factory and Fazeley Studios both being home to various digital and creative businesses. Digbeth showcases Birmingham’s past, present and future, with old warehouses turned into modern apartments.

 

Erdington

 

Erdington is five miles northeast of the city centre and is one of Birmingham’s best places to live. With a rich history dating back to the 9th century when it was established after settlers travelled up the River Tame from Tamworth. Erdington is famous for Spaghetti Junction! It’s a well-connected suburb with convenient motorway access, excellent bus links and a railway station on the Cross City Line.

 

Edgbaston

 

One of Birmingham’s most affluent areas, Edgbaston is well-known for its greenery and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Plus, sports fans will be in their element as it’s home to Edgbaston Cricket Ground and the Edgbaston Archery & Lawn Tennis Society. Don’t worry if you’re not interested in sports, there are plenty of other attractions, including Birmingham University and multiple Michelin-starred restaurants.

 

Harborne

 

A Victorian suburb based around three miles southwest of the city centre, Harborne has a long history, first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. Today, Harborne is perfect for families, thanks to its convenient connections to the city centre and leafy parks, nature walks, and excellent primary & secondary schools.

 

Holloway Head

 

Just a stone’s throw from the city centre, Holloway Head is the perfect choice for those who want a modern property in the bustling heart of Birmingham. The regeneration of Holloway Head has created nearly 500 brand-new apartments in the city centre. Perfect for young professionals, they’re just a 10-minute walk from Birmingham New Street station.

 

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Jewellery Quarter


A historic part of the city, the Jewellery Quarter, has been associated with shopping for a long time, but it’s become known as an up-and-coming residential area over the last few years. The area is also a thriving cultural hub, and it’s like a city-centre meets village community spirit, offering a vast range of indie coffee shops, sports facilities, and museums & galleries.

 

Moseley and Kings Heath


One of Birmingham’s most sought-after areas, Moseley was named the ‘best urban area to live’ by The Sunday Times. It is famous for its Victorian architecture, monthly award-winning farmer’s market, and summer Moseley Festival. There are plenty of independent bars, restaurants, cafes, and green spaces.

 

Solihull


Looking for the best of both worlds, with convenient public transport on hand with the feel of country living? Then Solihull could be perfect for you. With several top-rated schools, and over 1,500 acres of parks and green spaces, Solihull is an ideal location for families. With easy transport links into Birmingham’s city centre, it’s an excellent choice for commuters and with Birmingham Airport just down the road, travelling internationally couldn’t be easier.

 

Medical support

When moving to a new area, you want to know what medical support is available. Birmingham has many GP surgeries, dentists, and hospitals accessible on the NHS. If you’d prefer to seek private treatment, there are also many private medical institutions that will accept medical insurance.

 

So, there you have it. Now you have an idea of what it’s like to live in Birmingham; it’s time for you to start planning your big move.

 

If you’re looking for short term rentals in Birmingham to help you make the right choice for your relocation, why not fill in our enquiry form to see how we can help you to find your home away from home in a serviced apartment or hotel apartment in Birmingham?

 

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