Well suited for both business and personal events, our hotel may accommodate up to 90 guests for banquets and up to 100 at a theater style or reception layout. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer natural daylight inside every one of the 10 trendy meeting rooms.
Delegates can utilize the newest Barco ClickShare's audiovisual technology in every room to easily share content from any device, with easy video sharing and perfect simultaneous audio. Enjoy free high-speed Wi-fi, while our meeting and event coordinator can help ensure everything runs smoothly.
All of 10 meeting rooms at Radisson Blu Birmingham provide floor-to-ceiling windows to ensure natural daylight to your meeting. The modern design with views across the center of Birmingham produces a bright and inspirational environment for any event. The deluxe Lunar Suite spans 108 sq meters and may be split into 3 smaller spaces.
Other smaller rooms can be combined depending upon your event's space needs. A dedicated host will be on hand during the duration of your meeting or event, to make sure you've all you need for it to run smoothly. Pick from working buffet lunch, which can be filed at your meeting area or the option for delegates to dine at our on-site restaurant, Collage.
Written by Amo Singh
I’ve stayed in this hotel on numerous occasions and I have to say is absolutely superb the business classrooms are very light and spacious and are on the high floors so you don’t get any road noise.
The staff are excellent facilities the hotel have a superb so once again thank you very much for an excellent night stay.
Birmingham is the second most populous city in the UK, after London, and the most populous city in the English Midlands. With an estimated population of 1, 137, 100 as of 2017, Birmingham is the cultural, social, financial and commercial center of the Midlands. It's the most important center of the West Midlands conurbation, that's the 3rd most populated metropolitan region in the UK, with a population in the year 2011 of 2, 440, 986. The wider Birmingham metropolitan region is the second biggest in the UK with a population of over 3.7 million. Birmingham is often referred to as the United Kingdom's second city.
A market town in the middle ages period, Birmingham grew up in the eighteenth Century Midlands Enlightenment and the subsequent Industrial Revolution, which saw advances in science, engineering, technology, and economic development, producing a succession of innovations that laid a lot of the foundations of modern industrial society. From 1791 it had been hailed as the first production town in the world. Birmingham's identifying economic profile, with tens of thousands of little workshops practising a huge array of specialised and extremely skilled trades, supported exceptional levels of imagination and innovation and provided an economic basis for prosperity which was to last in the last quarter of the twentieth century. The Watt steam engine was invented in Birmingham.