Birmingham: One Night 4* Stay For Two With Breakfast and Late Check-Out for £89; Plus Dinner and Prosecco for £129 at Hotel La Tour (Up to 57% Off)
- Brand new contemporary 4* hotel
- Open-kitchen restaurant inspired by Marcus Wareing
- Stylish cocktail bar
- City centre location
- Close to Bullring Shopping Centre, The Cube, and Millennium Point
- En suite double room with multi-media hub and pillow menu
- Breakfast and late check-out
- Option to take two-course evening meal, glass of Prosecco each on arrival
- Extra night for £50 upgrade
- Complimentary bottle of wine when taking an extra dinner in restaurant
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Check-in from 3pm; late check-out by 2pm. Rib-eye steak incurs a £5 surcharge; smoked salmon incurs £1.50 surcharge. Valid for stay in City room. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. New clients only. Additional night available for £50 upgrade, enquire on booking. Complimentary bottle of wine when dining in restaurant on a second night (with the meal inclusive option) or on the night (with the breakfast only option). Original values based on online BAR for 11, 12, and 18 September 2012, and most expensive menu options. Limited availability on these nights. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 11 June 2012 at 12.08pm.
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Giving off a contemporary glow amid the bright lights and buzz of central Birmingham, Hotel La Tour reflects the surrounding metropolis in its cutting-edge design.
Have a slick stay with today's Groupon from Hotel La Tour. Choose from the following options:
One night stay for two
In an en suite double room
• £89 with breakfast and late check-out (Up to 57% off)
• £129 with breakfast, late check-out, two-course dinner, plus Prosecco on arrival (Up to 54% off)
A hub of sleek design with a spiralling staircase and chrome embellishments, the Hotel La Tour throws out a stylish hand to welcomes guests. The Aalto Restaurant, conceptualised by Marcus Wareing, boasts an open plan kitchen, so guests can see the preparation of their dishes from the menu of modern takes on English classics. Bespoke cocktails hang out in the swanky realms of the bar, where experienced mixologists craft flavours, leather seating invites reclining, and fresh coffee aromas waft from the cafe.
Moving from the modern designs of the hotel, seek out further futuristic architecture at the Bullring, as well as indulging in a spot of retail therapy. Older-fashioned delights can be found in the historic Jewellery Quarter, still trading after 250 years, while the recently restored Aston Hall on the northern fringe can captivate guests with Jacobean splendour. Night owls can make the most of the buzzing nightlife scene on Broad Street with many a bar and club to party on down in.
• En suite double room with media hub, including Wi-Fi, TV, and mp3 connectivity, plus pillow menu and hospitality tray
• Breakfast in the morning
• Late check-out at 2pm
• Two course evening meal, Prosecco on arrival (with second option)
Train: Birmingham Moor Street station is under three minutes’ walk from the hotel.
Road: The hotel lies on the B4114, reachable from Junction 6 of the M6.