Bromsgrove Hotels

Bromsgrove is found centre between Worcester and Birmingham it began life with humble beginnings and due to the urban spill over from Birmingham has grown into a thriving town home to some 30000 people. This vibrant town presents for its many visitors a comprehensive selection of Bromsgrove Hotels these are specifically engineered to suit the family group, the individual on extended contracts, the honey moon couple and the adventurer.

It is an ancient town that dates back to the 5th century where it started its life as a rudimentary settlement on the hill, and this is where visitors will discover the present Parish Church that overlooks the old Roman road from the North midlands to Droitwhich. The town was first documented in the 9th century in the Doomsday book which also mentions the Royal Manor, its financial strength originated from market gardening.

Later the town grew to fame through the wool industry until its decline in the 16th century, the 17th century introduced the industrial revolution and Bromsgrove with the help of the French Huguenots reinvented its' image as the nail marketing capital of the world. The town boasts some exceptional architectural examples seen through St Peters Roman Catholic Church built by Gilbert Bount in 1818, the Baptist church founded by John Eckles in 1666 and the Grafton Manor which dates back to the 13th century. Hagley Hall was commissioned in 1756 by the first Lord Lyttleton and is the last great Palladian style to be built in England.

The center of the town is host to several half timbered buildings and history buffs will enjoy the Museum housed in the former coach house of Davenal House. The Bromsgrove Hotels are well located offering easy access to the town's highlights and communication links, the luxury hotels provide airport transfer directly to Hotels steps where awaiting porters dispatch luggage to pre-booked accommodations. The town is well connected via rail and road and Birmingham international airport is within minutes.

The Hotels offer various architectural descriptions from modern high rise chain hotels found flanking the main roads providing convenience, unique boutique hotels found in leafy suburbs present exclusivity and seclusion whilst heritage buildings offer grand luxury the choice of the elite.

Atriums, lobbies and grand foyers may be presented through innovative design hosting bright colours and customised furniture or may display a classical ambience found through antique furniture, open log fires, rich drapes and fresh flowers. Staff warmly greet guests and provide an overview of the area's attractions and hotel facilities whilst processing check in seamlessly.

Accommodations are exhibited through a plethora of styles and may showcase multi roomed suites the choice of the honeymoon couple and VIP guest, opulently decorated hosting dining areas, sitting room and study area whilst views are framed through floor to ceiling windows. Business hotels offer comfortable en suite rooms and sophisticated communication and entertainment systems, whilst family accommodation provides connecting rooms and twin beds, high chairs and cribs.

The Bromsgrove Hotels proudly present the finest restaurants in the town hosting international menus and vintage wines. Business guests are offered dedicated business lounges hosting buffet breakfasts, all day snacks and beverages and are often companioned with sophisticated business centres allowing seamless business transactions. Traditional Bars offering local ales and local culture welcome the evening and present live entertainment whilst coffee bars greet the day with aromatic coffees and fresh pastries.

Honey moon couples are presented with extravagant ballrooms and halls in which to host wedding celebrations alternatively business guests may conduct seminars and conferences with confidence and flare.

The Bromsgrove Hotels display warm welcomes and varied ambiences catering to all audiences in convenient locations ensuring returns again and again.