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Welcome to Ramada BirminghamSutton Coldfield

Address: Penns Lane, Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, B76 1LH

Hotel Description

Set in its own spacious grounds overlooking a picturesque lake, Ramada Birmingham/Sutton Coldfield is just 15 minutes' drive from Drayton Manor. Free parking is available, and Birmingham Airport is a 20-miute drive away. Located in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, the hotel is about 8 miles (13 km) northeast of Birmingham city centre. The Ramada has easy access to the M42 and the M6 toll road and is well located for the NEC, the International Convention Centre and the NIA. The on-site health club includes an indoor pool, a relaxing sauna and solarium, as well as a steam room and spa bath. Guests can exercise with a game on the squash courts, and work out with a gym, dance and aerobics classes available. A beautician and hairdresser are also available. Guests can relax in The Club Bar or enjoy a meal prepared from fresh local ingredients in the Club Room Restaurant. Birmingham's centre is less than 15 minutes' drive away, and many attractions are nearby: Cadbury World, the Seaworld Centre, Warwick Castle and the Snow Dome at Tamworth.

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Laundry Service
  • Massage
  • Squash

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Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Aston Villa Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.72 miles (5.95 km)
Formed in 1874 by cricketers from the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in the Aston area of Birmingham - hence the name! Founder members of the Football League in 1888, by the turn of the century Villa had won the league championship four times and the FA Cup twice. But following their sixth title triumph in 1910, the club stagnated and had to wait until 1981 for their next championship. But this was Villa's golden period, and in 1982 came the club's greatest achievement - winning the European Cup. Fact: Villa legend David Platt was once the world's most expensive footballer, his combined transfer fees topping 22million pounds.

Birmingham City University - Birmingham - University

Birmingham City University - Birmingham - University

Distance 3.97 miles (6.36 km)
Birmingham City University is a large, multi-cultural university with 23,000 students which is committed to continual improvement, and offers an innovative and practical approach to teaching.

As a city, Birmingham boasts three well-established universities and is rapidly gaining a reputation as the youngest city in Europe. We've teamed up with Aston University and the University of Birmingham to launch the interactive Live & Learn website dedicated to promoting what Birmingham has to offer students.