Birmingham Apartments


One of Britain’s hottest destinations, and not just because of the curry, this multinational melting pot promises an eclectic blend of culture and heritage mixed with raw brummie charm.



Arcadian Centre

A 2-minute walk from the Bullring Shopping Center, our contemporary and spacious apartments have free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchens.

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Newhall Square

Modern and stylish apartments with free WiFi only an 5-minute walk from Birmingham city centre and 500 metres from the ICC.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Things to see and do in Birmingham

Underrated and unexpected, Birmingham is a truly bostin’ (amazing) place to visit, and not just because it serves an unforgettable chicken balti.

The curry capital of Britain, or ‘Brum’ as it’s known by the locals, is responsible for some of the world’s best musicians (Ozzy Osbourne, Joan Armatrading and Laura Mvula, to name but a few), and esteemed author J.R.R. Tolkien too. Who knows? Maybe Brummie, the local dialect, was his inspiration for elvish!

Whether you’re visiting for work or play, our comfy apartments are the perfect base. You can walk to all the tourist hotspots like The Bullring and The National Sea Life Centre. You’ll also be within easy reach to The Jewellery Quarter and The International Convention Centre, and, if you’re a footie fan, excellent transport links to Villa Park, The Hawthorns and St. Andrews.

The Venice of the North (it’s said to have more canal miles than its Italian counterpart) is brimming with things to see and do. Museum junkies will be spoiled for choice with Cadbury World, The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, and The National Motorcycle Museum. There’s even a Pen Museum!


When you’re hungry, our self-catering apartments give you more flexibility. You can head up the cut (canal) to get your snap (dinner), bring home takeout fish and chips to your private dining area, or cook up a storm in your fully-equipped kitchen.

From Medieval market town to manufacturing metropolis, Birmingham has become the UK’s ‘Second City’ for good reason. So pack your bags, wave ta-ra (goodbye) to home, and come discover the wonderful city of Brum.