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The Grand Hotel, Colmore Row

The Grand Hotel, Colmore Row, Birmingham, West Midlands B3 2BU View on map

Grade II* listed property occupying a prominent position on Colmore Row with views over St Philip's Cathedral. Originally built by Issac Horton and designed by Thomson Plevins, the hotel opened in 1879 and is still owned by the Horton family today. The property is currently under extensive refurbishment and its planned uses include a luxury hotel with conference and banqueting facilities, offices and a mixture of retail and leisure accommodation.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

Continuous daily access to view the facades of the building. In addition, the office and retail elements of the Grand Hotel are complete with a number of tenants in occupation. Please note however that these are commercial units and as such are not open to the general public.

Directions

The premises are situated on Colmore Row, directly opposite St Philip's Cathedral in the heart of Birmingham city centre. Rail: Next to Birmingham Snow Hill Station and within walking distance of Birmingham New Street Station. Bus: Numerous bus stops opposite the Grand Hotel on Colmore Row.

Parking Spaces

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City centre location with public parking available at numerous locations within a short distance of the property.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: No
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: No