By Erica Crompton
Pentahotel in Birmingham rests just a stone’s throw from the Chinese Pagoda monument and, also, the city centre. I arrived with Paul and we found ourselves pent-up with excitement – the parking just outside left enough change for drinks and its entrance was accessible not to mention good looking. We quaffed an Erdinger beer and an espresso Martini before heading up in the lift to the accessible room which Paul noted: “Had a nice large shower head and a fully accessible bathroom that was a decent size.” We had a comfortable night sleep here and woke early for breakfast – a full English was included and nicely well-done on request. At the time we visited there was building work on the outside of the building but it didn’t intrude on our restful night’s slumber. The décor is modern, almost industrial looking, with exposed brickwork and naked lighting. Pentahotel will look super when it’s finished and provides a nice night as the backdrop for an evening out in the city with more canals than Venice.
To book visit Pentahotels.com.