Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019

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Headed to Birmingham in the hopes seeking a great hotel deal? Look no further. Booking a hotel for your trip to Birmingham is half the battle when it comes to planning the perfect trip, and we all know that this part of the equation can make or break your Birmingham stay.

Luckily though, there’s an accommodating trove of hotel pricing search guides, hotel searches, and overall travel wisdom to make your trip to Birmingham a comfortable, relaxing and entertaining stay, no matter when you’re staying or how long you’ll be there.

Your first stop on the Birmingham hotel hunt is to check out the hotel search page here that will help present you with every possible hotel option that’s available during the time you’re planning your trip to Birmingham. Search, compare, scope every lodging— and end up with the best hotel that’s perfect for you and your Birmingham trip. It’s as easy as using a search engine—and checking out these essential tips for figuring out available accommodations in Birmingham. Before you know it, you’ll be that much closer to your vacation, complete with your perfect place to stay.

Best Hotels to book in Birmingham

There’s the Redmont Hotel Birmingham, a 3.5-star find on 5th Avenue N with a rooftop bar and impossibly chic décor within a gorgeous architectural structure. Typical rates run between $200-300 per night.

The Wynfrey Hotel offers a lower price tag at under 200 dollars per night. Clean and classic, this hotel steal offers essential amenities like a pool, gym and free airport transportation.

The Drury Inn & Suites in Southwest Birmingham features an included breakfast, as well as a pool, hot tub, fitness center and free Wi-Fi. Prices typically fall under $200 per night.

Where to explore in Birmingham

For great nightlife, check out the Five Points South and Central City neighborhoods. Chock-full of bustling bars and restaurants, there’s bound to be something in these hotspots to entertain. Southside and East Avondale are also well worth a stroll.

No matter what hotel you choose in Birmingham, you’re bound to stumble on a memorable adventure. So compare the hotel options that work the best for your unique Birmingham vision and look forward to settling into all that this lovely city has to offer. After all, it all starts with the perfect hotel—the rest of it is up to you.

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Marcia Thomas
Marcia ThomasNottingham, United Kingdom

Birmingham is such a great place to visit lots of shops history it has it all The new train station is a excellent place to go and shop it has a light open feel with upper floors I love going there The German Christmas markets was just there and was amazing

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang, Malaysia

Birmingham is very famous and always crowded and popular. Every people like to see the Queen's Palace and watch the changing guard. Sometimes when it is raining, then they will cancelled the events and everyone so disappointed.

Robert Tye
Robert TyeTelford

Birmingham is slowly turning around and is now a great place for a days shopping or nights drinking. There are also a some great restaurants. Be sure to check out the scene around the canal at the mail box.

Yogic Traveler ❀
Yogic Traveler ❀Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Most people who visit England or the UK for that matter never leave London. By comparison Birmingham is tiny but sweet. It's nice to see a bit of what is going on in the rest of the country.


The least expensive month is August, with an average of $79 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Birmingham is September, with an average price of $119 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $102 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.

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