The Briar Rose (Birmingham) Reviews
Description:25 Bennetts Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS Tel: 01952 634 8100
Newest Review: ... two luxury rooms have different names. In our room we had an extra big double bed (you could sleep 4 in this bed!) sofa, large TV and a nice big bath. On arrival, our room was very clean and we were supplied with three different sizes of towels. It is also worth mentioning that the water in the bathroom came out of the taps very fast and was hot instantly, which meant I could run a bath in ... more
Customer The Briar Rose (Birmingham) Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 157 readings)
JD Wetherspoon have a handful of hotels throughout the country, the Briar Rose being one of these. **Prices** Outside the hotel is a board stating that the hotel has rooms starting from £59.99. This would be for a basic room or you could pay a little extra for a luxury room. My boyfriend works in a Wetherspoons pub so we received received discount on our luxury room and paid £48 a night. **The Rooms** When I stayed in the hotel, I stayed in a luxury room. Before arriving at the hotel, I called to ask what the difference between a standard and luxury room is. I was told that a standard room had a bed, TV and basic bathroom with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
JD Weatherspoons is everyday becoming a name you here more and more, and is strongly making a dent in the UK pub industry. The Weatherspoons chain consists of the weatherspoons pub, Lloyds bar, and Weatherlodges. The Briar Rose is located on Bennetts Hill, Birmingham. Less than a 5 minute walk from New Street Station and around 10minute walk from Broad Street. Still based in the city centre, it is further away from the shops meaning you are more likely to get a seat during lunch time! Attached to the Briar Rose is a Wetherlodge, which considering is part of weatherspoons the rooms are not bad!! Considering the location within the centre ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/01, updated on 06/12/01 (Very useful, 462 readings)
By the time you read this, the JD Wetherspoon chain of pub restaurants will have some 610 outlets. The majority are “just” pubs, but within the chain are also several Wetherlodges (with accommodation available) and also 15 Lloyds No. 1 outlets which defy the normal no music policy of JD Wetherspoon by providing music, too. My favourite JD Wetherspoon is the Briar Rose which is in Bennetts Hill, Birmingham. Just a quick walk from New Street Station, The Briar Rose is an ideal venue for a city centre meeting point for lovers, business people those who want a cheap but high quality meal or those who want to sample one of the best selections of real ales ... Read the complete review
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