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|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double||from £90.00 to £120.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Executive Double||from £110.00 to £140.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Single||from £70.00 to £100.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Twin||from £90.00 to £120.00 per room (breakfast included)|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
From M6 South or North-West
Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow the A38(M). Follow signs to City Centre, Bromsgrove( A38) and stay in the middle
lane. When you see the ‘End of Motorway’ sign, get in the left hand lane and drive along the parallel running slip-road
following the sign to Aston University. Do not go over the flyover. Continue straight on at the Lancaster Circus island (1st
exit) and after about 150 metres go right at traffic lights down Dale End. The road veers to the right into Newton Street
and then, at the mini island, go left down Corporation Street. Go straight on at Old Square island and continue down
Corporation Street. Drive down this street for a further ¼ mile to where it curves around to the right into Stephenson
Street and there you will see the rear of the hotel on your right. To get to the NCP Car Park (Post Code B5 4DQ), turn left
at the lights at the ‘pelican crossing’ just past the hotel.
From M5 South-West
Leave the M5 at Junction 3 and travel towards Birmingham City Centre along the A456 (Hagley Road) for 5 miles to the
Five Ways island. This is easily distinguishable as it is surrounded by large office blocks and a Tesco store. Keep in the
outside lane and go under the island into Broad Street using the underpass. Drive along Broad Street (the ICC will be on
your left) to the Paradise Circus island. Take the 3rd exit (Bromsgrove A38) and begin to go down Suffolk Queensway.
After a matter of metres, take the first left down Brunel Street (sign posted Mailbox) and then the next left into Navigation
Street. For the NCP Car Park (Post Code B5 4DQ), go straight over at the lights and follow the road clockwise along a
short one-way system.
(If you need to come to the hotel first, then take the 2nd exit at Paradise Circus and travel down Gt. Charles Queensway,
leaving it at the 1st exit (St Chads Circus). Keep in the right hand lane of the slip road and then take the first available
right turn and drive in the left hand lane towards Colmore Circus (Wesleyan building in its centre). Go straight ahead but
then go right at Old Square island. Go down Corporation Street for ¼ mile to where it curves around to the right into
Stephenson Street and there you will see the rear of the hotel on your right.)
From M40 Oxford and South
There are two possibilities:
(1) Arrive on the M42 and travel west towards the M5. Travel north on the M5 leaving at Junction 3.
(Read directions “From M5 South-West”)
(2) Arrive on the M42 and travel north towards NEC and M6 North. Leave M6 at Junction 6.
(Read directions “From M6 South or North-West”)
From M42 East Midlands
Join the M6 heading towards Birmingham Central and leave the M6 at Junction 6.
(Read directions “From M6 South or North-West”)
When using a GPS Navigation system to find Macdonald Burlington Hotel, please use the following postcodes as the hotel postcode will guide you to a pedestrianised area of New Street.
For the Pallsades Car Park, which is located at the rear of the Hotel, please use B5 4DQ.
Two minutes walk from Birmingham New Street Railway Station and adjacent to a 2,000 space NCP car park. The Hotel is at the hub of the motorway network and is 10 minutes by rail from Birmingham International Airport and the N.E.C.
|1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022|
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