This landmark Victorian building, once an eye hospital, built in 1884, is a dream of elegance, standing as one of the finest hotels in Birmingham.
What makes a stay at Hotel du Vin Birmingham unique?
In the heart of the city's business district in Church Street, the Hotel du Vin Birmingham is a former eye hospital, built in the Victorian era when they knew how to create grandiose, lavish paeans to city life. Inside, a glorious midnight black wrought iron staircase makes you feel rather special descending it, a bit like one of the many celebs who make the Brummie HdV their home when in the city (apparently the X Factor judges love it). In the restaurant dark wood floors, old fireplaces, soaring ceilings and vintage framed prints set a relaxed but smart mood for diners chowing down on French classics and the popular Cellar Bar is always buzzing with bright young things after dark. Up in the bedrooms, you will find signature roll-top baths, monsoon showers, chic bedding on super comfy beds, original Victorian fireplaces and thoughtful workspaces. Oh, and this Hotel du Vin has a super little spa too, offering ESPA-based treatments, steam rooms, nail bars and a St Tropez tanning booth.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Hotel du Vin Birmingham?
Each of the Birmingham hotel rooms features luxury handsprung mattresses, fine Egyptian linen and strong drench showers, plasma televisions, and air conditioning. No two guest rooms are the same for retaining its unique features. The hotel has various room types from regular, deluxe, studio, and suites. Each room is filled with Hotel du Vin luxuries and comes in various shapes and sizes, some even with the roll-top bath of the signature du Vin.