Landmarks within easy reach include Barclaycard Arena, Bull Ring and Grand Central. The transport hub of New Street Station is on the doorstep and business travellers can take advantage of the proximity of the International Conference Centre. When you tire of the big city buzz you can retreat to the calm of the AC Hotel.
The rooms contain a mix of contemporary style, timeless elegance and relaxation, and the AC Lounge is a creative space by day and a social hub at night, offering the chance to sip a signature cocktail and sample treats from the Eurocentric menu.
If you're looking for an oasis of space and quiet then head for the AC Library, the perfect spot for a business meeting or intimate socialising.
The elegant 4-star Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC is set in landscaped grounds and is 0.6 km to the Resorts World Arena and
the NEC. Birmingham International Airport and Rail Station are both within 2.4 km.
Air-conditioned bedrooms feature TVs, hairdryers and bathrobes. They also include radios, work desks and tea/coffee making
facilities. All are stylishly decorated with warm colours and luxury fabrics.
The restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows and offers wonderful views of the lake. There is a terrace for al fresco
dining, and the bar has comfortable sofas. It also features a Starbucks Coffee Bar.
The Belfry Hotel & Resort boasts 319 bedrooms and suites, 2 restaurants and 2 bars, Bel Air Nightclub, 22 conference and event suites, a state-of-the-art leisure club and a luxury spa, PGA golf academy, onsite golf shop and 3 world-class golf courses, The Brabazon, PGA National and The Derby, which are all set in 550 acres of north Warwickshire countryside.
The Leisure club features a fully-equipped gym, and a pool, sauna and solarium where hotel guests can relax free of charge. At a surcharge, the unique Fire & Ice experience includes a tranquil journey through 12 bio thermal rooms and the spa offers a range of luxurious treatments and therapies to include within a delightful spa day with a partner or friends.
Featuring a TV, radio and complementary tea and coffee, each room also has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Some rooms have stunning views of the courses, whilst others overlook the hotel grounds.
Guests have a wide selection of dining options, all using fresh ingredients. The Brabazon Bar has a range of specialist coffees, served alongside sandwiches and afternoon tea and Bel Air nightclub which operates on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.