4 JUNE 2012


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Article from BTNews 4 JUNE 2012

Birmingham Airport hotel

Just five miles south of Birmingham Airport, on what was the former Birmingham Road (now B104), the Manor Hotel Meriden has joined the world’s largest group of independently owned hotels, Best Western, as a ‘Plus’ hotel.  The 4-star property offers a tranquil setting in the very centre of a picturesque Warwickshire village yet only minutes from the cities of Birmingham, Coventry and Solihull.  It is three miles from the M42 with easy links to the M40, M5 and M6.
This 110-bedroom hotel will continue to remain independently owned and is managed by Yew Lodge Business Solutions who also own the Best Western Plus Windmill Hotel in Coventry.

Whilst staying here guests have the choice of two distinctly different dining experiences.  The award winning two-AA Rosette Regency Restaurant offers classic cuisine and the Houston’s Bar & Grill delivers a stylish New York inspired Bar & Grill menu.  For business guests, the hotel also offers conference facilities for up to 275 delegates along with free onsite parking.  Courtesy wi-fi is provided for all guests and visitors. www.manorhotelmeriden.co.uk

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