Birmingham: One or Two Night Stay For Two With Three Course Meal, Breakfast and Bottle of Prosecco on Arrival from £96 at Paragon Hotel (Up to 52% Off)
- Grand, Victorian hotel
- Striking period architecture
- Seasonal fine-dining restaurant
- 15 minute walk from the centre
- Stay in en suite double room
- Prosecco on arrival
- Three course evening meal
- Breakfast each morning
- Complimentary private parking
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone: 0121 627 0627 or email via firstname.lastname@example.org. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid for stay in standard double room. Check-in from 3pm; check-out by 11am. Must be 18 or older for Prosecco. Valid for one three course evening meal taken on any night of stay. Original value based on hotel rack rate. Valid on option purchased only.
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Located a step back from the hustle and bustle of Britain's second city, the Paragon Hotel offers a grand Victorian escape seasoned with a fine dining restaurant and modern en suite bedrooms.
Boogie over to Brum with today’s Groupon at Paragon Hotel from Dhillon Group. Choose from the following options:
In a double en suite room with a three course evening meal, breakfast, bottle of Prosecco on arrival and complimentary private parking
• £149 for a two night stay for two (Up to 52% off)
In a double en suite room with a three course evening meal on one evening, breakfast, bottle of Prosecco on arrival and complimentary private parking
The epitome of Victorian grandeur, the Paragon Hotel is a mighty nineteenth century statement of intricate period architecture and fairy-tale roof spires. The lavish legacy continues inside, with seasonal dishes served up in the fine dining restaurant, while light snacks satisfy more casual cravings in the bar. Historic architecture design is merged with contemporary opulence in each of the over 200 bedrooms, designed for a luxury stay.
The en suite rooms welcome you with a bottle of Prosecco, while tea and coffee facilities hang back for later refreshments. High ceilings, soft lamps, and heavy drapes adorn the rooms, with earthy colours oozing style. The culinary delights of a three course meal can be enjoyed on one night, acting as a prelude to the next morning’s full English breakfast. Cars will also be kept snug during the city break with private parking facilities.
Thriving since the early Middle Ages , the grand market of the Bullring is the epicentre of local retail . Moving towards the present day, the Hippodrome is home to resident companies such as the Birmingham Opera Company, as well as the highly-estemmed Birmingham Royal Ballet. Sideling over to a different taste of Brum, the south suburbs of the city play host to an area known as the Balti-Triangle, Birmingham’s equivalent to London’s Brick Lane.
The Paragon Hotel, 145 Alcester Street, Birmingham, B12 0PJ
Bordesley rail station is 800m from the hotel, and connects to Birmingham New Street main station which has connections to major destinations across the UK.
Roads: The hotel is accessible from Junction 6 off the M6, Junction 6 off the M42, and Junction 3 off the M5.
The Jewellery Quarter is a neat nest of quaint eateries, art galleries, and old Victorian buildings – quite the hidden gem.
Paragon has attracted a number of encouraging reviews. While some guests found the décor old-fashioned, there are plenty of recent reviews praising the hotel’s location, and attentive personnel.
This place has real character. It's quite a gothic looking building, nicely done up inside with leather chesterfield sofas everywhere. There were carol singers in the reception when we checked in, it was lovely. The twin room was small, two single beds. Nicely decorated and clean. It also had a modern flat screen telly and fully stocked tea/coffee/kettle. Ten minutes walk from the Bull Ring, or five from some of the main bars. I would definitely stay here again, you get a lot for your money.
– Harrison Chase, Google Maps, Dec 2011
We had a nice big room on one of the corners, so there was plenty of light in the morning. Nice room with modern fittings. Excellent shower and bathroom. Clean and comfortable. No complaints. Room Tip: Our corner room was large and light.
– Tim F, TripAdvisor, Dec 2011