Hyatt Regency Birmingham

2 Bridge St, Birmingham, West Midlands, England, B1 2JZ, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Ladywood area of Birmingham, is near Gas Street Basin, Ikon Gallery, International Convention Centre, and ICC Mall.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Birmingham

    London, Dublin, ... Birmingham!

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    I spent last week in Birmingham, Dublin, and London (in that order), and stayed in top rated hotels in all three cities. The Hyatt Birmingham, was the best by far.

    The service in this hotel is flawless. They paid attention to the requests made on the reservation (a rarity), and the staff was efficient and friendly.

    The room had beautiful views of the canal and the city, it was impeccably clean, and well furnished - so very comfortable!

    Birmingham has come a very long way in a short time. I was just sorry that I wasn't able to stay longer. For one of the best Thai meals on the planet, check out Thai Edge, just a few minutes walk from the hotel.

    Classy hotel.

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    Beautiful hotel, best in Birmingham. Superb location, right next to The Symphony Hall. Friendly service: I wasn't happy with the first room allocated to me (nothing wrong with the room, I just don't like rooms with interconnecting doors) and they changed it for me without batting an eyelid. Lovely room with kingsize bed - goose-feather pillows - and well-equipped bathroom. Very attractive lobby and bar. High standards of quality everywhere and great value for money. Less expensive and better than Malmaison. Will definitely stay again.

    Perfect

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    Yes! We love this place! We came here to celebrate my graduation 3 years ago and more recently for an anniversary. It never fails to impress. The rooms are beautiful, with great views, and all the luxuries you'd hope for - flush white bathrobes etc... A very romantic hotel.

    Service is impeccable and you're made to feel really welcome. The leisure facilities are very well looke after and the jacuzzi in particular was lovely.

    Very highly recommended - I live in Brum but if I ever had to choose a hotel for another special occasion this would most certainly be it.

    Excellent hotel and location

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    We stayed at the Hyatt in Birmingham for our wedding anniversary and it is an excellent hotel in a great area. The hotel is currently undergoing some modernisation and as such the reception area and the bar are a bit scruffy and on the small side, however it doesn't detract from the overall quality of the hotel. The check in staff were friendly and accomodating when we asked for a room on a high floor (which i would recommend for the view). Our room was large, clean and well decorated.

    My only reason for giving this 4 rather than 5 out of 5 is that the health club is in desperate need of refurbishment, but even with that in mind i would whole heartedly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Birmingham.

    Excellent

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    I had a wonderful time at the hotel, it was excellent really enojoyed the pool and health facilities.

    Great rooms and views

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    The hotel is definately the best in birmingham. The rooms are lovely with floor-to-ceiling windows and great views. Staff very friendly and health club has a pool. All in all I would recomend it highly.

    Superb

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    The staff were all friendly and attentive, and the room service was fantastic - the best Eggs Benedict I have ever had, and the chips were fantastic! The room was big, comfortable and had great views. Public areas also very stylish. Will definitely return.

    An Experience Like No Other!!!

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    I rate the hotel 10/10. It has totally fulfilled my needs and expectations. You cannot fault the Hyatt Regency Hotel in any way.·It has the most remarkable customer service ·Hotel offers the most astonishing services ·The building itself speaks for its quality.I have enjoyed all the services offered by the Hyatt Regency Hotel. It will remain my number one hotel, and I strongly recommend it to everyone.Ajay.K.Salhan

    Superb

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    When I first arrived in Birmingham I had a room booked at a holiday inn, and when I arrived there I was very dissapointed. I soon heard about the Hyatt Regency and when I arrived there I obviously had no room booked and I told the staff the situation I was in and they were very helpful. They booked me a room for 3 nights imediately, and what a room it was! It had amazing views over Birmingham and this gorgeous square that was just outside the hotel, and best of all the hotel was only a short walk from all the shops! Also in the morning I awoke to a very impressive breakfast, and all of this for a pretty reasonable price!

    Treat Yourself

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    We stayed at the Hyatt last weekend (Aug.22/23) and would happily recommend it to anyone. The hotel is immaculately clean throughout; the rooms are very comfortable and well-equipped; the breakfast is beautifully presented. We found the staff to be unfailingly efficient and courteous. I would advise anyone going there to ask for a room on one of the upper floors (we were on the 20th) because the views of the city are facinating - and of course, this week we could see Mars too!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Birmingham

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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