2 Beautiful 3 bedroom self catering city apartments- The Ruby and Sapphire Suite
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Only a short walk from everything we wanted to see. Very spacious flat with everything we required.
Great stay in Jewelry quarter.
Great location. Lovely apartment right in Jewellery quarter and close to the city center. Well laid out with three good size rooms. Easy check in and regular communication with the manager made it a seamless process. Thank you!
This place is in such a great location. The property manager and staff were fantastic. Over and above all expectations. We felt very welcome, and very comfortable. The amenities were perfect. A great choice for any holiday or business trip. Would stay again.
Great flat for a family gathering, very comfortable and great location for city centre but very quiet and good local amenities. Very responsive to any queries and very keen to please
We had a fantastic stay at this apartment! It was very clean, well equipped and perfect for our 3 day, fast paced conference trip. It is in a great location just a short walk to the station and plenty of Ubers and taxis about to get to the NEC. Beds were super comfy. Thank you for a great stay!
This is a beautiful apartment and is very comfortable and well equipped. The location is outstanding in a quiet area only ten minutes walk from the city centre. The Jewellery Quarter is fascinating ( the museum is brilliant) and after exploring, it's possible to ride a tram into town. Parking is available and secure. Lindsay is very helpful and the instructions given were clear and concise. a real gem of a place (excuse the pun)!
The geographical heart of England, Birmingham began life as a sixth- century Anglo-Saxon village. Today, much of this city of over a million dates back to post-WWII redevelopment in the 1950s and 60s. Cutting edge museums and galleries, innovative theatres and excellent shopping have contributed to Birmingham's appeal as a weekend break destination. Don't miss the Balti Triangle, home to the Pakistani food in the UK, the hopping bars and cafes of Gas Street Basin, or the National Sea Life Centre.
Diverse and eclectic, Birmingham is a crucible at the heart of England; a melting pot of entertainment and activity with something for everyone.
Home to over a million souls, Birmingham stands as global city: a major international commercial centre, and an important transport, retail, events and conference hub. Birmingham is also home to six universities and major cultural institutions, including the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, all of which enjoy international reputations.
The Jewellery Suites represent the ideal hub from which you can explore the vibrant life of the city and its surrounds. So, whether you intend to shop till you drop in the city centre, to socialize in style at the sophisticated restaurants and bars of Brindleyplace, to laugh or cry at the comedy and drama offered in the many venues of Theatreland, to indulge your palate in China Town or the Balti Triangle, or to head out to the NEC, home of some of the UK’s largest and most spectacular events, the Jewellery Suites are ideally located to suit all of your needs.
Perfect to host you for your visit to the area, no matter where you want to visit, the Jewellery Quarter offers an excellent public transport service, with stops for Birmingham’s Metro and Snow Hill Station now with its own entrance in the area. Plus, everything the city centre has to offer is a mere 15-minute stroll away.
The city centre is just a short walk away and you are surrounded with some of the city’s best restaurants from the Gordon Ramsay’s The F Word winning Indian Restaurant Lasan to two of the best Italian’s, Cucina Rustica and Pasta di Piazza. There is also the best steak house, Anderson’s Grill, and the owners favourite, the Raj Doot, just a stone’s throw away. And don’t miss the Sunday buffet at Henry’s Chinese Restaurant.
The nightlife is equally enjoyable with live music at Jools Hollands’ Jam House and the ever lively Actress and Bishop pub. For a quieter drink try the Rectory Bar and the Rope Walk, or for a good selection of traditional ales there is the Brown Lion.