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Nite Nite Hotel (Birmingham)
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Nite Nite Hotel (Birmingham)
Date: 31/01/10, updated on 02/02/10 (63 review reads)
Update: I discovered that new street station is 5 minutes away if a shortcut was taken ( rahther than 1/2 h) which therefore puts it a lot closer to the bullring. For two days, great! But I thunk cabin fever would have sink in if I stayed on longer.
I came to this hotel with no idea what it really looks like. All i know was that it is supposed to be cheap and therefore, my company picked it to stay for a burinss trip. At £62 for a night including breakfast, it doesn't seem that cheap to me though. However I suspect that the corporate rate is more expensive than what I would have paid for it if I had book it personally online. (from what I have just discovered on trip advisors)
The room is tiny! The bed takes up about 7/8 of the room with the tv right in front of the bed mounted on the wall above. The flat screen tv is the width of a double bed. There is a tiny dresser table and when I open my luggage, there is no other space on the floor.
The bathroom is mosaic tiled, with the shower mounted near it (the Shower is a grohe shower!) The bathroom is pretty well designed though as the water from the shower did not fall onto the toilet bowl.
The best thing about the room is the free wireless and the complementary movie channels. While there are no windows on the room, the tv does show a view of the outside.
Nite nite is located near the mailbox (not that near the bullring) location wise, I am not sure that it is not that convieniently located since I do find myself pulling my luggage for quite a while from Birmingham new Street station to reach it. I wouldn't come back and stay if I was doing a long term stay but for a short weekend, I will.
Summary: Nite nite is located near the mailbox (not that near the bullring) location wise, I am not sure that
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