3 starsBirmingham, United Kingdom

The hotel is situated in Headingley, a vibrant a student suburb of Leeds and is only 4 miles from the city centre and central in location to all of Leeds attractions. It is also within 60-minute drive from all major northern airports.

Village hotels are a new kind of hotel where cutting-edge style meets everyday affordability. Welcome to a place where vibrant energy meets cool, understated design. Welcome to relaxing bedrooms, invigorating, state-of-the-art health and fitness clubs, and buzzing bars and restaurants. Welcome to a new vibe - sleek, suave and stylish.

A buzzing restaurant mixes fully flavoured service with excellent food, and a lively pub dishes out drinks alongside mouth-watering kitchen classics and with the state of the art health and fitness centre and full length swimming pool with relaxation spas and saunas everything required for your trip is under one roof.



Distance to sports venue: 0 Meters

Within a five minute walk of the hotel are the training facilities based at Leeds University’s weetwood campus set a in very secluded area kept private by its enclosed environment. The facility 2 full size astro turf pitches, 1 full size floodlight new generation pitch and 2 grass pitches laid to a quality standard providing a top class playing surface. In addition to all of this there are 24 changing rooms to provide all a teams requirements.

About Birmingham

Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands county of England. Birmingham is the largest of England's core cities, and is the second city of the United Kingdom. The City of Birmingham has a population of 1,006,500 (2006 estimate). It forms part of the larger West Midlands conurbation, which has a population of 2,284,093 (2001 census) and includes several neighbouring towns and cities, such as Solihull, Wolverhampton and the towns of the Black Country.

The city's reputation was forged as a powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution in England, a fact which led to Birmingham being known as "the workshop of the world" or the "city of a thousand trades". Although Birmingham's industrial importance has declined, it has developed into a national commercial centre, being named as the third best place in the United Kingdom to locate a business, and the 21st best in Europe by Cushman & Wakefield in 2007. It is also the fourth most visited city by foreign visitors in the UK. In 1998, Birmingham hosted the G8 summit at the International Convention Centre, the birthplace of exhibitions in 1850 and remains a popular location for conventions today.