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... most were the gardens. The penguins live in the walled garden which has beautiful colours and some amazing plants that I didn't recognise but appreciated their loveliness. The Kids has a good time and enjoyed the train ride albeit from the bottom of my bag because I forgot to take them out!!!
After a lovely 3hours I headed off to London and to my dodgy digs for the evening. I just looked for somewhere near Heathrow that was cheap! I checked in about ...
... propeller in the bins, and moored on what we assumed were visitor moorings. We had an afternoon snooze, and later on James tried to go for a walk, but he could not get out of the secure mooring area, as the padlocks were not the usual CRT keys.
This was quite a noisy mooring due to the proximity of the M6.
No locks, 11 miles
Thu 19th Sep
It was forecast wet today, from the small hours until about 4pm. However, when we ...
Today was quite warm by UK standards and Derek and I had a pleasant walk along the canal in the morning before joining the Grimer family for a very tasty Sunday roast lunch. Rob and Fi then took us to Croome Park, an 18th century country house and estate where we enjoyed a walk through the house and grounds. Rob then dragged me out into the fields to go blackberry picking and Derek and I dropped in for a chat with Lesley's parents, Ray and Doreen, before supper and a chat with Rob and ...
... This was really great. The story was told by 5-6 actors who were in each of the rooms. They were really clever and the show was interactive. Levi was put in the dock in the court and charged with weeing in the well in Warwick. After he revealed that he was Australian, the judge knew right away that he was guilty. We all had to boo the accused... it was a lot of fun. There were a few times that we jumped... but on the ...
Slept well and enjoyed a lengthy swim in Rob's pool before breakfast. Water was surprisingly warm for this time of the year. After breakfast Derek and I headed off to meet his family in Hereford. We arrived at Malcolm and Fiona's home in Lugwardine just before 12 and found that most of the family were already there. I met the rest of the Harris family, Sarah and husband Simon and daughter Isabella who was very cute and was ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Premier Apartments Birmingham
My husband and I rented two apartments, along with my Mother in law and her sister for 5 nights. This was prior to moving overseas and to be in the vicinity of the Botanical Gardens where we held a pre-wedding party one night.
Well fitted kitchen area, huge bed, clean, comfortable and in a great location - all you need for a weekend getaway.
Although it is in the city centre the noise didn't bother us at night - and we are a couple of country bumpkins.
The Spar below the flats has a good selection of essentials, but go to Selfridges' foodhall if you want the ultimate takeout!
The only downside was the fact that the apartments aren't non-smoking - smell of stale smoke spoilt the effect of the stylish interior imo.
We stayed in the Premier Appartments for two nights in March for our anniversary. Every year to celebrate we stay in a city centre hotel and Premier Apartments have definately been the best! Our apartment was spacious, clean, quiet and had everything you could possibly want. The service we received from staff was polite and courteous at all times. The location is great we were within walking distance to the Bullring, city centre shops and the Acardian's bars and restaurants. For the price you pay for some hotels in the city this is by far the best value for money! We will definately be returning!!
I only decide to book a room for Premier Apartments is that my friend recommend the hotel to me as he stay there for three nights during the valentines. I got a phone call today for Premier Apartments from Kylie to say I need to pay £250 bond if I want to stay for one night. This information was not on the website or their terms and condition when I book the room. So they was misled information. The lady was very unreasonable over the phone she then told if I want to cancel the reservation I have to do it over their website but I couldn't cancel over the website as they didn't have the facilities to do so. So I ring back and told her, I got to say that she was extremely rude over the phone. She told that I couldn't have my deposit back but in the end of the day it was their mistake. Until I say that phone Trading Standards they decided to do something about it. I wouldn't recommend any of my friends & family in fact anyone I know to Premier Apartments in Birmingham. £250 bond for 1 nights is a lot of money.
I had a pretty shocking weekend in Birmingham but the bright spot was the accommodation- perfectly placed and in great condition.
It was a special birthday weekend and I scoured the internet for something based in Birmingham City Centre as we had a "night on the town" planned. The location of these apartments was right opposite the Bull Ring so fantastic for shopping (you can easily nip back to off-load bags!!) and even better for a night out. It was heaven not having to worry about getting a taxi!!! The apartments came up after an internet search and I was amazed that you could get your own apartment for just £20 more than a bulk standard hotel room. The apartments are soooo stylish and alot of care and attention has gone into the furnishings. Everything is colour co-ordinated and tasteful. The apartment was very warm although additional heaters in each room weren't even turned on (in November that says alot!!).
Me and my partner stayed at theses appartments, end of June this year!! The appartments had only been opened a few days, so we were one of the first people to stay in them!
I was suprised by how the appartments looked exactly the same as the pictures on the website!!
They provided everything dishes, cutelery, hairdryer etc, and the apparment was very contemporary and plush!
The staff were very friendly, and we had a fantastic view of the bullring lit up at night from our balcony!!
The location was brilliant, very close to the ammneties of Birmingahm city centre and the train station.
We had a fantastic night and we have booked to stay again in februaury!
Would definatelty reccomend to anyone!!
These new apartments are right in central Birmingham and are a great base for the city and NEC. The station is 10 minutes walk through the new Bull Ring. The gay village in also just 10 minute walk. The apartments are a complete home from home, not just a hotel with a kitchen sink they are complete with washer dryer, central heating boiler, full fridge freezer, etc etc. Stylish and tastfully equipped. The only problem I had, was the booking I made, clearly checking that car parking was available and booking a space. When I got there, there was no space and I had to double park, yet still got charged for the space! This is the only restriction with the apartments there are only about 10 car park spaces, which are very secure behind a huge metal gate. You need to pre book parking at £7.50 a day. Providing the owners keep these appartments in good order they will continue their success.
This was the first time that I'd stayed in an appartment, and at only ten pounds more expensive than the local Holiday Inn, it was worth every penny.
we stayed in their apartments last week and had a great time and because it has only been open for a week of course everything was new and the apartment was very clean. In terms of location you could not ask for anything better. Its located right opposite the Bull ring so if you are into shopping, clubs and bars it would the best place for you. If you are into a quiet time away i would not recommend it because with the traffic and the late nite clubbers things do get loud.
The apartment on the whole is what you would expect from any other premier apartment the only thing it didnt have is cable tv and a tv in the bedroom but thats no biggie..
the staff were very friendly and i will go back later on in the year..