13 JANUARY 2020
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Now fully open is the Sky by the Water on the top floor of the Genting Hotel, the only 5-star property in the Birmingham NEC airport and railway station complex.
Adjoining the Resorts World shopping complex and arena, it offers a quiet break from the busy exhibition centre with a rooftop bar and restaurant serving lunch and dinner with stunning views. There is a well-designed outdoor garden lounge too.
Guests at the hotel can now take breakfast in the facility, for those on the executive floor a short walk along a secured corridor. In the other direction is a lift to The Spa with an outdoor hot tub, inside swimming pool and large state-of-the-art gym.
There is also a health resort with a whole host of packages available. The property offers a large but exclusive meetings facility with both conference and relaxing break-out provision. The Genting International Casino is part of the complex.
“The scheme to move our breakfast service to Sky by the Water has proved exceptionally popular,” said hotel general manager Andreas Tashos. “It is a very pleasant way to start the day. Good food and nice view."
Due to open 22 January by NEC Hall 5 is Marriot’s 224-room Moxy said to be “a boutique-hotel concept for the next-Gen traveller.” More details shortly.
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