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My first deal so sorry if I mess it up!

This hotel in Birmingham city center is amazing. I have stayed with them before and now you can do it for as little as £5.95!

Each room is created to emulate the feel of a cabin aboard a luxury yacht, each fully air-conditioned Cityroom utilises high-quality cherry wood, leather finishes and features the very latest technology, including a 42" plasma screen, multi-channel entertainment, wireless Internet access and high-tech bathroom with power shower.
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#1
Worth letting you all know that they only charge per room and not per person!!
#2
link not working my end

[COLOR="Red"]try this[/COLOR]
#3
PS: Thanks for posting looks a good deal

Some extra info from their website:




a little bit of small print
everyday in August, the first 10 rooms for sale will be available at £5.95 per room per night, the next 20 rooms for sale will be available at £19.95 and the next 20 rooms for sale will be available at £29.95. Once these first 50 rooms have been sold, normal rates apply. Price is per room per night (can be one or two people sharing).

terms&conditions: this offer is only valid throughout August 2007 and is only available on-line. all bookings must be made in advance and pre-paid; no refund, cancellations or modifications can be made. offer is subject to availability. not valid in conjunction with any other offer. offer is valid in nitenite Birmingham only. this offer does not include food or any other available services unless otherwise stated. terms&conditions form part of the rate offered and were stated prior to the booking being confirmed. standard company terms&conditions apply
#4
correct link is http://www.nitenite.com/

Cheers,
#5
Link does not work for me either, it comes up with

http://www.hotukdeals.com/go/?m=5933&d=http://http://www.nitenite.com/

You have "http://" twice in front of nitenite.
#6
:? :?
greg_68
link not working my end
#7
newliam
link not working my end



Try the link which greg_68 has posted it says "Try this" in red (that works)
#8
not working for me must have been incorrect price so they have taken off:? :? just tried greg link thanks okay
greg_68
link not working my end
#9
it's on the main page of their site try

http://www.nitenite.com/
#10
I live on the edge of Birmingham but have not stayed at this hotel.

But I have to say it is in a great location. Very close to the Symphony Hall, Convention Centre, city centre shops, broad st (with all its clubs), brindley place, and the upmarket Mailbox shopping arcade.

For those that have a rather negative view of Birmingham, the city centre has had major redevlopment in the last few years and the areas around the canals in the centre are now packed with bars and restaurants, like this:

http://essential.tbs.uce.ac.uk/dispimages/brindplace1p.jpg
#11
Probably a good idea to check about parking though.

They may not have much, and if they do they may charge for it which adds to the overall cost.
#12
guilbert53
I live on the edge of Birmingham but have not stayed at this hotel.

But I have to say it is in a great location. Very close to the Symphony Hall, Convention Centre, city centre shops, broad st (with all its clubs), brindley place, and the upmarket Mailbox shopping arcade.

For those that have a rather negative view of Birmingham, the city centre has had major redevlopment in the last few years and the areas around the canals in the centre are now packed with bars and restaurants, like this:

http://essential.tbs.uce.ac.uk/dispimages/brindplace1p.jpg



I love Birmingham, I live in Nottingham (so it's not a million miles away) and I always go to Birmingham to do my shopping (lots of great shops, if you love designer brands like me)
#13
I have stayed in this hotel last year in November and it was a nice little hotel, the rooms are very small, and the only bad point is that the rooms don't have windows... the 42" plasma Tv's do actually flick through different views of outside the hotel on the cameras situated all around the outside of the hotel though to give the effect of a window... still not the same!
#14
Rooms look very very small - but nice enough ...

Tempted, but not booked yet.
#15
Leanne200
I have stayed in this hotel last year in November and it was a nice little hotel, the rooms are very small, and the only bad point is that the rooms don't have windows... the 42" plasma Tv's do actually flick through different views of outside the hotel on the cameras situated all around the outside of the hotel though to give the effect of a window... still not the same!


When you go back to your room drunk and full from your Birmingham Balti from down on Stratford Road, you don't really care!!!:thumbsup:
#16
Thank you. Just booked 2 nights for me and hubby. A cheap as chips dirty weekend! And he can take me to the jewellery quarter!
#17
markechapman
When you go back to your room drunk and full from your Birmingham Balti from down on Stratford Road, you don't really care!!!:thumbsup:


Good god! Maybe this would be good case when you would need windows! All for the better theres a no smoking policy, hate to be anywhere near that building come morning! ;)

-Lew
#18
Lewman
Good god! Maybe this would be good case when you would need windows! All for the better theres a no smoking policy, hate to be anywhere near that building come morning! ;)

-Lew

HA HA You're not wrong there!!!:w00t:

Lets hope the aircon is OK so it cools you down when you have the curry sweats!!!
#19
I stayed in the Copthorne for a few days last year. That was really nice, views down on the eye and Paradise Circus.
This sounds a little like a Travelodge, still a good price if you are lucky enough to get a room at the price though. Ideal for a cheap shopping vacation.
#20
You get what you pay for really, the rooms are very, very small but clean and well furnished though the sight of a 42" LCD screen at the foot of the bed takes some getting used to...
#21
the rooms here are quite tiny, basically most of the room filled up by the bed. the telly is pretty good, big telly, and everything is done by pressin switches on a remote on the wall. good lil hotel if you not looking for much from a hotel. at that price too, its a bargin :)
#22
Thanks for this, have just booked the one night for me and hubby for the 13th :thumbsup:
We only live in Leicester so not far for us to come back if it all goes wrong lol which I'm sure it won't but am always sceptical when things are this cheap!!
Just got to work out about parking now or figure out if its near the station?

Anyway I'll shut up now, thanks again :)
x
#23
Now that is what I call a Hot Deal .

Thank you Thearbiter.

Paul.
#24
booked for two nights :-)
#25
Tried to book and got

This application is currently offline. To enable the application, remove the app_offline.htm file from the application root directory.
#26
Good price for a main city hotel, nice one! :thumbsup:
#27
Thanks for posting the offer..

Anyone managed to find any info on parking?

Cheers
Neil
#28
Answering my own post hehe:-

nitenite™ Birmingham is conveniently located in the heart of the city. We do not offer car parking, but there is car parking available just across the street or within easy walking distance.

Britannia Parking Ltd (across the road from nitenite™)
Under the Crown Plaza hotel - 24 hours
Public car park - distance 30 metres

The Mailbox Car Park
Suffolk Street, Queensway

City of Birmingham Department of Transport
Brunnel Street Car Park
Distance - 300 metres (three minutes)

The following NCP car parks are close to the hotel. The information is provided by NCP. nitenite™ is not responsible for the accuracy of the information. Please visit [url]www.ncp.co.uk[/url] for the latest details.

Birmingham Holloway Circus
Holloway Circus MSCP
Ellis Street
Birmingham B1 1HN
Telephone: 0870 606 7050

Distance from nitenite™: 0.0 km / 0.0 miles
Open: 24 / 7 including bank holidays
Type: Multistorey
Number of spaces: 353
Maximum height: 6' 6"
Passenger lifts
CCTV

Birmingham Ernest Street
Ernest Street SP
Holloway Head
Birmingham B1 1NS
Telephone: 0870 606 7050

Distance from nitenite™: 0.2 km / 0.12 miles
Open: 24 / 7

Birmingham Pallasades
Pallasades Lower MSCP
Control Room
Queens Drive
Birmingham B5 4DQ
Telephone: 0870 606 7050

Distance from nitenite™: 0.26 km / 0.16 miles
Open: 24 / 7 including bank holidays

Birmingham Horsefair
Horsefair MSCP
Bow Street
Birmingham B1 1DW
Telephone: 0870 606 7050

Distance from nitenite™: 0.26 km / 0.16 miles
Open: 24 / 7

Birmingham City Council has a full list of car parks in the city centre - [url]www.aqua.birmingham.gov.uk[/url]
#29
I'll happily pay £5.95 as long as I never have to stay a single night in Birmingham.
#30
Flodd
You get what you pay for really, the rooms are very, very small but clean and well furnished though the sight of a 42" LCD screen at the foot of the bed takes some getting used to...


[COLOR=olive]:roll: Absolutely! How could anyone get by with a TV that small in their room[/COLOR] :whistling:
#31
Nearest car park is £12 for upto 24hrs. Booked two rooms for two nights in late August. Anyone know cheaper parking alternatives? Seems ridicolous that it costs more to park the car than four of us staying in a hotel for a night!!
#32
Does anyone know if this hotel is child friendly? It doesnt give the option of booking for one adult and one child.
#33
i can't seem to get the pop-up screen to scroll down... anyone suggest anything? i'm crap with computers!!!! i've put the room in the "basket", but can't get the screen to ove down forme to continue...... please help!!!!
#34
Press tab key to bring the page down
#35
Booked two nights...Fantastic post.

Thanks to the poster
#36
Booked a £6 room. Voted hot an' rep added.
#37
Thankyou, excellent post!

i was going to book a weekend away anyway, just booked £11.90 2 nights.

Heat and rep added:thumbsup:
#38
No £5.95 rooms left
#39
Muck9
No £5.95 rooms left
damm.! looks like it will have to be the back seat of the car..:-D .again, had a date this weekend..lol
#40
kristoff
[COLOR=olive]:roll: Absolutely! How could anyone get by with a TV that small in their room[/COLOR] :whistling:


So close you can see the dead pixels...

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