Edgbaston Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdgbaston Palace Hotel Birmingham
Lovely older style hotel on a main arterial, very quite and with a great bar/restaurant attached. Great room rate but they are very small and bed is a standard double, the shower could also be much better.
On site parking is free and very much appreciated, street access is very easy.
The staff are very attentive and pleasant, check-in/check out great.
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