Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5), 150 NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM

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Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5), 150 NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM B2 4PA.

Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5), BIRMINGHAM

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Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5), 150 NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM B2 4PA.

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Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5) - Description:

Why can't all city centre stays be this cool? The Times. These spacious penthouses one and two bedroom apartments on the 17-20th floors of the refurbished Rotunda offer fantastic views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows (and penthouses come with private balconies).Free wifi Sky TV an Apple Mac iPod dock Poggenpohl kitchen Gaggia coffee machine with fresh coffee and milk oranges for the juicer complimentary cereals games plus king size beds with pocket sprungmemory foam mattresses bathrobes spa products and bathshower. Parking £8.50 night. Perfect for business and leisure guests. New complimentary Cool for Kids package for families. Rotunda is ideally located for New Street and Moor Street Stations (both 3 mins) the business district (5 mins) NEC (15 mins door-to-door by train) and is practically next door to Selfridges. For smaller apartments see Staying Cool 4.More information:Birmingham's Rotunda needs no introduction. The cylindrical icon has defined the city's skyline for the past four decades. The building has been stunningly refurbished and Staying Cool's apartments on the top four floors are its crowning glory.Each radiates from the centre of the building creating a circle of different sized Trivial Pursuit style wedges.The apartments come in four sizes - studios (Mini - see Staying Cool 4 on Laterooms) one beds two beds and penthouses. Each one is individually styled with original artwork and specially commissioned furniture.Clubmans (described as Deluxe apartments on Laterooms) are spacious one bed apartments on the 19th floor. Maxis (Executive apartments on this site) sleep four and the Roadsters are Penthouses also sleeping four. A wall of floor to ceiling glass in all apartments gives you great views of Birmingham... and French windows that open fully at 75 metres up make it all that little bit more thrilling (there is a safety barrier of course).Design-wise Staying Cool has combined contemporary cool with swinging sixties style. The lounge features a stylish sofa by fab Brit furniture team NaughtOne in grey felt with bespoke coloured stitching as well as Pierre Paulin's distinctive 1960's Orange Slice chairs with footstools.Furniture designer of the moment Lou Rota has produced Staying Cool versions of her Polymorph chair - an environmentally friendly re-work of the sixties Robin Day classic.Specially commissioned fashion photos that invoke the decade to hang (large) on the walls. Lighting is by Tom Dixon and Artemide.There's nothing retro about the sleek Poggenpohl kitchens the pristine white bathrooms or state-of-the-art Apple computers. iPod docks and beautiful Baby Gaggia espresso makers (or Francis Francis for Illy) complete the contemporary look. Beds are king size and mattresses are pocket sprung with memory foam; they are called the Ultimate and you'll know why in the morning!It's not just the apartments that have the wow factor - the entrance to the Rotunda has more than just a touch of swish New York hotel style to it.Upstairs the large circular lobbies with poured resin floors are pretty impressive too.And with Selfridges as your corner shop and both New Street and Moor Street stations just a three minute walk away you know you are perfectly centrally located.Cool for Kids: if you are coming en famille let us know the ages of your children when you book and we'll provide a small complimentary gift for each plus the free use of our dressing up box and games throughout your stay. Cots are free of charge too.

Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5), BIRMINGHAM - Facilities:
Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;24 Hour Reception;Cots available;Wi-Fi Available;Video/DVD Player;TV;Satellite TV;Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room;Hairdryer in each room;Iron And Board In Each Room;Limited Hours Room Service;Concierge;Laundry/Valet Service;Wake Up Call Available;Lift to all floors;Car Parking Available Offsite;In-room Broadband;Wi-Fi Available In Rooms;CD Player;[Channels] News;[Channels] Sky Sports;[Channels] Movies (Free);[Channels] Foreign (European);[Channels] Foreign (Other);[Channels] Music;[Channels] Childrens;Radio

Staying Cool at the Rotunda (5) - Directions:
Directions to the Rotunda150 New Street Birmingham B2 4PAFrom New Street StationThe Rotunda is a three minute walk from New Street Station. When you come through the ticket barriers head left and follow the exit towards Bull Ring. Once outside (in the fresh air not in the shopping centre) continue straight ahead to the end of the station approach (Debenhams is opposite you) and then turn left towards the Rotunda (the tall cylindrical building). Keeping left walk up the steps past the Tourist Information Centre then Zara and keep walking (you are now walking around the outside of the Rotunda). The entrance to the Rotunda is immediately after Zara. Press the bell button for us and the 24 hour concierge.From the motorway networkFrom the North: Leave the M6 at junction 10 then take the A454 (signposted Walsall) followed by the A4148 (signposted Ring Road Cannock then ring road Birmingham) and then the A34 into central Birmingham (signposted City Centre and then Bull Ring Shopping). Keep following the signs to Bull Ring and park in the Bull Ring Centre Car Park. The route is extremely well signposted but if you want detailed directions from your starting point use the AA's route planner. Type in the postcode B5 4BU for Bull Ring.http:www.theaa.comtravelwatchplannermain.jspFrom the South: M1 or M40 to the M42 (junction 4) then the A34 signposted City Centre then Bull Ring. Park in the Bull Ring Centre Car Park. The route is extremely well signposted but if you want detailed directions from your starting point use the AA's route planner. Type in the postcode B5 4BU for Bull Ring.http:www.theaa.comtravelwatchplannermain.jspCar parkingThe car park costs £16 for a 24 hour stay. We are currently working on getting a better rate for Staying Cool guests. The entrance to the nearest car park is 300m away beneath the Bull Ring and the Rotunda. It is open from 6am to midnight; the quickest route to the Rotunda is open from 6am until 10pm. So if you are arriving before 10pm park as near to the Debenhams entrance as possible. When on foot go through the glass doors marked West Mall and Debenhams. Take the lift to Level 3. Walk straight ahead past Gap until you are in the main mall (keep to the left). You'll walk past the Apple Shop and Goldsmiths. Exit the Mall by the Bull statue and turn left past Zara. The entrance to the Rotunda is just after Zara. Press the bell buzzer for us and the 24 hour concierge.If you are arriving after 11pm and before 6am you will need to use the outdoor exit. Park as near to the central pedestrian exit as possible. On foot go through the glass doors marked Central Lift and Stairs. Take the lift to Level 1. Costa Coffee is immediately to your left. Walk around it and take the first exit left towards the church. Turn immediately right up the steps and past all the restaurants until you reach Zara on your left. The entrance to the Rotunda is just after Zara. If you are arriving or departing between midnight and 6am please let us know and we will advise on where to park.Check-inCheck-in is from 3pm but do arrive earlier to drop off your bags and if your apartment is ready you are very welcome to check-in. Check-out is noon. if you have sat nav type in B5 4BU for the Bull Ring car park.