Unless you don’t sleep for 72hrs :)
the same could be said by some people of both Manchester and London though
I stayed here about 5 years ago and it has had nothing done on it since then, and it was very dated when i stayed. take yourself off up Broad Street and stay in the Jury's Inn, The Novotel or the Hilton Garden Inn - if you must stay closer to town, the Crowne Plaza offers a better guest experience or if you want something more modern, the Holiday Inn Express on Holliday Street - or you could top them all and stay at the Malmaison (The Mailbox) or the Staybridge Suites (Corporation Street) my knowledge comes of numerous nights staying in Birmingham over the years
parking is available at what is locally referred to as 'The Cage' - it is actually called the Town Hall car park
Birmingham.....no thank you. I lived in that whole for 4 years. I can confirm that all the rumours are true..... Drive a little more to Manchester or London. Stay away if you can!