Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Church Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, B3 2NR , United Kingdom | Hotel
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We're leaving on a jet plane!

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne

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... walk out the door.... (Cos') We're leaving on a jet plane, Six weeks before we're home again. You know when we come back we'll have a lot to say.... We could email you, we could text you too. We might even try to FaceTime you, But we'd rather travel far and go explore.... So kiss us and wave to us, Tell us not to make a fuss, Hug us twice and then we' say no more.... (Cos) we're leaving on a jet plane...... ...

A trip to the castle

A travel blog entry by ldschaub

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... with plenty of people playing golf. It was even warm enough for my to not wear my coat. But it wasn't so warm that the mud had dried up, which meant we both left the journey with a good layer on our shoes.
We finally got to the castle and as we got closer, we saw, and heard, a group of children which must have been at a birthday party charging the castle with their swords. We got to the castle which was probably the highest point in ...

Shakespeare's Home

A travel blog entry by ldschaub

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... like spokes on a wheel, all radiating from a huge round about. As long as you could find your way back to that round about, you would never be lost. We kept walking past numerous clothing stores, book stores and of course tea shops. We finally got to Shakespeare's birthday place, a house which has been a little restored but for the most part left the same as it was. If you weren't looking for it, you probably wouldn't have noticed that it was a point of interest. It ...

First day

A travel blog entry by lesdowson

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11.34 from York, coppers everywhere, weather getting better by the hour. Train to brum delayed and onward train cancelled, turning into a long trip but weather now glorious. Brums rough as ever, Moor street very old worldly. Got on train eventually an hour late. B&B nice, excited to get started. Missing my superbly fit and awesome ...

Brixham to York

A travel blog entry by pete.willcox

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... like to come to and spend time.



Monday the 14th
of October – Up
around 7.30, Pete had cornflakes and I had pasta salad with Jeremy's
chili flakes for breakfast, before travelling across country through
the picturesque Cotswolds, delightful old hamlets and villages, along
different motorways, skirting Oxford until we came to the place of
Peter's ancestors, Yardley Gobion. James and Charles Wilcox were
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This hotel, located on Church Street, Birmingham, is near Black Country Living Museum, Oak House, Wednesbury Museum and Art Gallery, and Tolkien Trail.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel du Vin & Bistro Birmingham

    Check the price of the room

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    I booked the room through Laterooms. the price quoted was room only @110.00.

    When I checked out the bill showed 125.00. I pointed out the error and was told that the rate advertised by Laterooms was wrong and the correct rate was 125. However, they did reduce the room charge to Laterooms price. Just a small niggle on an otherwise excellent stay but still made me feel uncomfortable when checking out.

    Spa excellent; ask for Madelaine. And food superb.

    Good but could do much better

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    Well it didn't start very well when we pulled up outside the front door, with a car loaded with all the accoutrements it appears necessary to cart around to support a 1 year old, only to find narrow doors, steep steps and no doorman to help out. After a lot of prodding the receptionist did help us to our room, but it was an inauspicious start.

    Stark unattractive accommodation with an excellent restaurant

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    Lovely food with a good city location but the brutalist feel of our large room spoilt this hotel for us. We were told we were upgraded but I think this room " Courvoisier" is the one they can't sell as a deluxe. It is located on the first floor over the restaurant so you hear the entrance door banging incessantly until the room has been prepared for breakfast the next morning. Thankfully this isn't too late, around 12 30 am but bad enough if you were paying £150 +a night, clearly unacceptable. Our room sounds exactly the same as an earlier TA's upgrade, very big, in shades of brown, black, grey and white. The floor covering was a nasty shade of dirty beige/grey and I am not sure what it was made out of but it was definitely more suited to a factory than a bedroom floor.

    Sublime

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    Mmmmmm!

    As someone who is more used to B&Bs, I can confirm that it was well worth shelling out the extra for this wonderful treat. Great room with a vast bed, lovely understated decor, and excellent (but unobstrusive) service. Loved the two bars too (Champagne bar and Cellar Bar) which both had a great atmosphere.

    The only slight hitch I could find was the breakfast staff who were rather vague/disorganised, but it really didn't detract from the overall great impression.

    A good experience if I could only forget the SPA

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    We booked a SPA weekend at the hotel together with our friends. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the bubbles bar team were especially efficient.

    Luxury and relaxation

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    Took advantage of HdV's B&B deal from their own website last friday night.

    Loved every minute

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    Just got back from a weekend here. Loved it from start to finish. The rooms are huge, the bed is big enough for four and the most comfortable thing you'll ever sleep in. The staff are obliging and discreet. The roll top baths are wonderful, but the 'monsoon showers' are the biggest treat! Considering a room here costs just a tenner or so more than Malmaison, I'd stay here every time in preference (and I'm usually the Mal's biggest fan!). Highly recommended.

    Modern luxury and real character in a City Centre location

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    I was intially extremely impressed by the decor of the lobby of the hotel and the sense of space afforded by the tranquil courtyard.

    My deluxe room was a good size and the bathroom (s!) were tremendous with a freestanding bath and the best shower I have ever tried.

    The bed and linen were of excellent quality. I didn't get up in time for breakfast but lunch and dinner were both great. The wine list wwas a bit boggling but the sommelier was very helpful.

    I would recommend this hotel for both business and pleasure.

    Ecole du Vin

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    This is part of the small Hotel du Vin chain of hotels which are run by a group of wine loving directors. As a result, they run weekend wine tasting courses at this Birmingham outpost of the group.

    Charming!

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    Just came home from a trip which included 2 nights at the Hotel du Vin. The hotel, a converted hospital, is centrally located-- within walking distance of Birmingham's Arts Center, City Hall, museums, bars and restaurants. The rooms have kept some details of their original building, especially in the bathrooms, and are modern yet comfortable in decoration with spacious-enough rooms compared to most boutique hotels I have stayed in. The warm and friendly atmosphere created by small details and a very efficient and welcoming staff keep this place from being coldly ultra-trendy. The restaurant is ok--not fabulous (due to somewhat overambitious and unevently executed food), though as one would expect from the "Hotel of Wine" with a good and rather well-rounded wine list. Would stay here again, and would recommend it to others!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Vin & Bistro Birmingham

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent