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    About <span itemprop="name">Paragon Hotel</span>

    Paragon Hotel is a city centre hotel with Victorian flair. More than 200 modern guest rooms contrast beautifully with the hotel’s historic exterior.

    Guest rooms at the hotel all come with flat screen televisions, tea & coffee making equipment, telephones and en-suite bathrooms. The Larger Doubles and Suite rooms also feature free Wi-Fi Internet access.

    Paragon Hotel features a complimentary car park. Also, there are 13 available meeting rooms with support for up to 600 seats in a single meeting area. The hotel also hosts weddings.

    The hotel serves a proper English breakfast. British dishes are also served at the on-site restaurant. Additionally, the bar serves alcohol and snacks all day.

    The hotel is only 0.6 miles from the Bullring Center, 1.8 miles from the National Indoor Arena, and a 15 minute walk from transport points that lead to the Birmingham International Airport.

    Contact

    145 Alcester Street, Birmingham, B12 0PJ, United Kingdom
    Telephone: +44(121)6270627 | Fax: +44(121)6270628 | Official Homepage

    Suitable for

    • Business People,
    • Large Groups

    Top amenities

    • Free WiFi in lobby
    • Free WiFi in the rooms
    • Pool
    • Spa
    • Parking
    • Pets
    • A/C
    • Restaurant
    • Hotel bar
    • Gym

    All amenities

    Hotel facilities
    • 24-hour reception
    • Business center
    • Concierge
    • Conference rooms
    • Elevator
    • Express check-in / out
    • Free WiFi in lobby
    • Hotel bar
    • Hotel safe
    • Laundry service
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Parking lot
    • PC with internet
    • Restaurant
    • Room service
    • Wellness Center / Spa
    • WiFi in Lobby
    Room facilities
    • Air conditioning
    • Bathroom with bathtub
    • Bathroom with shower
    • Cable TV
    • Central heating
    • Desk
    • Electric kettle
    • Free WiFi in the rooms
    • Hairdryer
    • Internet
    • Satellite TV
    • Telephone
    • Television
    • WiFi in the rooms
    Accessibility
    • Accessible bathroom facilities
    • Accessible parking
    • Accessible paths / corridors
    • Deaf accessibility equipment
    • In-room accessibility
    • Wheelchair accessible
    For Children
    • Child / Baby cot
    Sport facilities
    • Bike Rental
      (within 3 miles)
    • Billiards
      (on-site, fee-based)
    • Golf Course
      (within 6 miles)
    • Hiking trail
      (within 3 miles)

    Arrival / Departure

    • Check-in: 15:00
    • Check-out: 11:00

    Review Highlights
    Positive Reviews
    • Pleasant location

      One thing all guests have agreed upon is the convenience of the Paragon’s location Numerous metro lines and the Bullring Shopping Center are all within approximately one mile This allows for wonderful shopping and sightseeing possibilities.

    • Free car park

      A free car park is something a lot of hotels don’t offer as an amenity Guests to this hotel are pleased to find that they have a place to store their vehicle(s) for free upon arrival, as opposed to having to rely on pricey off-site parking solutions.

    • Staff remain cheery

      There were numerous reports of maintenance going on during guests’ stays, but through it all the staff reportedly remain calm and kind Many guests indicate that the staff and their demeanor are a highlight of their experience at the hotel.

    Negative Reviews
    • Hotel rundown, not always clean

      Guests vehemently complain that the hotel has seen far better days Most guests complain of tattered room decorations, plumbing problems, and more Cleanliness at this hotel could use an upgrade.

    • Spotty Wi-Fi access

      Guests indicate that the Wi-Fi reception on the upper levels of the hotel is generally poor Expect disconnections.

    • Odd smells

      Whether it’s smoking-related smells or a funk that can’t be directly tracked down, numerous guests complain that something just isn’t right during their stay Unpleasant smells seem to have somehow become a hallmark of Paragon.

    Rating Overview
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      60/100
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      49/100
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