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Hotel Indigo Birmingham is located within the city’s iconic landmark, The Cube, a 25 storey building designed by award winning local architect Ken Shuttleworth. It embodies Birmingham’s tradition of jewellery-making; covered in intricate gold and bronze geometric forms, it conjures up what Shuttleworth describes as “an enchanting jewellery box”. Its colourful canal side location brings together the very best of the city in its outstanding business facilities and beautiful apartments, its courtyard art exhibitions, exquisite dining and luxurious spa.
The vast water system began life in the 18th century, connecting local industry with suppliers and customers to make the city the economic powerhouse it still is today. Birmingham has many more miles of canals compared to Venice. There are many quiet tow paths to take a quiet stroll on a Sunday afternoon, and take you away from the busy streets of Birmingham.
Just around the corner from Hotel Indigo Birmingham, you’ll feel lifted by the view from the beautiful and bustling canal side terrace of The Mailbox. Formerly a huge Royal Mail sorting office, it has been redeveloped and is now among the most chic hangouts in the city, equipped with high end department stores, a spread of salons and a raft of bars. By night, head to nearby Broad Street, the city’s busiest and most popular nightlfe destination, where the pavement is lined with its very own “Walk of Stars”, featuring local heroes including Ozzy Osbourne, Olympic champion Ellie Simmonds, Homeland’s David Harewood and Beverley Knight.