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BIRMINGHAM HOTELS THAT ACCEPT 4 PEOPLE IN 1 ROOM

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I'm looking for a hotel in or a 5 minute taxi ride from Broad Street Birmingham. It needs to have rooms that can have 4 people in it (Just Girls) I have been scouring the internet for ages, but …
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
I'm looking for a hotel in or a 5 minute taxi ride from Broad Street Birmingham.

It needs to have rooms that can have 4 people in it (Just Girls)

I have been scouring the internet for ages, but can only find rooms that allow 2 people only, or apartments where you can rent for an overnight stay (very expensive!) Want to spend max 80 altogether if poss!

Any ideas on what hotels accept bookings for 4 people in a room?

Any help appreciated guys thanks :)
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Travelodge, thats what we do :)
[helper]#2
Do Travelodges actually check the number of people you are squeezing into 1 room?
#3
LJM;6511413
Do Travelodges actually check the number of people you are squeezing into 1 room?

You are allowed 4 in a family room.
#4
i just read the title and there is no way im reading the rest.

perverts
#5
branchinghenk
i just read the title and there is no way im reading the rest.

perverts


looool
banned#6
Travelodge dont in Birmingham and I do not think you will find anywhere that will take four adults in a room.
#7
goodchild;6511489
Travelodge dont in Birmingham and I do not think you will find anywhere that will take four adults in a room.

We stayed at the Hilton park and they did....like i said Travelodge do :)
#8
I've stayed in the Travelodge on Broad Street a fair few times, like someone already said get a family room and it'll sleep four...
[helper]#9
Thought travelodge was two adults and 2 children or 3 adults in family rooms.
Broad Street takes 3 adults max per room.
[helper]#10
Hatters Hostel (10 min walk from Broad Street) have rooms for 4.
#11
I stayed in the crowne plaza. my room had two double beds in it!
#12
branchinghenk
i just read the title and there is no way im reading the rest.

perverts


lol i guess it does sound a little strange! But only to a dirty mind ;)
#13
Thanks for all the replies guys. I will check those out.

Family room sounds good, but like someone said i think its 2 adults and 2 kids only. I know it will probably be hard to find somewhere that will take 4 adults :(

But ill make some enquiries. Thanks again everyone!:thumbsup:
#14
branchinghenk
i just read the title and there is no way im reading the rest.

perverts


but if you read the first post, then you'll wanna be in the room too! :oops::whistling:

just book a family room ... just say you have two friends that have met you at the station. then come 2am, when you get back in, just sneak past reception
#15
City Nites have a 2 bed apartment for £89
#16
cant you just book 2 rooms then all share the same bed after
dont think theyll notice anything dodgy
#17
A number of hotels will offer a family room, however if you go in separately, ie 2 at a time, they're not going to notice. There's a Novotel on Broad Street, and a Travelodge. It might be an idea to try the hotel behind Broad Street... near the Mailbox... I can't remember the name but it's the one with no windows, quite famous for it!! You won't have a problem if you split up! x
#18
Jury's Inn on Broad Street have 2 double beds in the rooms. They have security on the door after 11pm when the lock the doors you just have to show your key card and they let you in.Just make sure you get 2 cards when you check in and go back in pairs
#19
Jurys Inn broad st has 2 double beds per room
#20
mojo.121
Jury's Inn on Broad Street have 2 double beds in the rooms. They have security on the door after 11pm when the lock the doors you just have to show your key card and they let you in.Just make sure you get 2 cards when you check in and go back in pairs


snap :oops:
#21
baffledsalmon
A number of hotels will offer a family room, however if you go in separately, ie 2 at a time, they're not going to notice. There's a Novotel on Broad Street, and a Travelodge. It might be an idea to try the hotel behind Broad Street... near the Mailbox... I can't remember the name but it's the one with no windows, quite famous for it!! You won't have a problem if you split up! x


Nite Nite... it would a tad cramped trying to get 4 women into a 12' x 12' nite nite room... however, i'm alwyads one for research so I vounteer to take all the necessary camera footage... :whistling:
#22
If you find one that takes 5 im game :)
#23
waterloo
If you find one that takes 5 im game :)


Get in the queue...
#24
Flodd
Get in the queue...
Your filming it remember ! Now calm down I'm looking for rooms :)
banned#25
I´ll pay if I can come and bring my video camera

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