Once you’re there, Birmingham is a city of culture and heritage with a dynamic energy that truly offers something for everyone. From royal ballet and international art collections to premiership football and international cricket, world-class theatre to world-class cuisine, the city is a great European destination. With one of the youngest populations in the world and a track record of bringing together great minds to develop ideas, share inspiration and drive change, Birmingham is the place to be for innovation.
Whatever your requirements, Birmingham will meet them. From top-class luxury hotels and serviced apartments to country house hospitality, fabulous boutique hotels and budget accommodation, there’s a great nights’ sleep waiting for you.
With more than 28,600 bed spaces in and around Birmingham, and over 6,200 bedrooms within walking distance from the ICC, delegates will find Birmingham a comfortable and convenient city to stay in.
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Birmingham has fast become known as a culinary capital with four Michelin-starred restaurants, more than any other English city outside London, all of which are within easy walking distance from the ICC. The Birmingham uprising on the food scene has led to recognition as the UK’s “foodiest town” by BBC Magazine Olive and featuring in the top 20 List of places to go in 2012 by the New York Times.
Alternatively, if you like a curry you can’t visit Birmingham without a trip to the Balti Triangle, which connects the Sparkbrook, Balsall Heath and Moseley areas to form a centre of Asian cuisine.
From the canalside bars of Brindleyplace and the Mailbox to relax and unwind in after a day of meetings, to the party atmosphere of Broad Street, where you’ll find a whole host of bars offering music to suit your every mood.
Please visit the city’s webpage for further information and a timetable of events.