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The Copthorne Hotel is in Paradise Place, Birmingham. It’s a four-star hotel with all the trimmings you might expect in the way of accommodation and dining – but what really makes it stand out is its location. Where the A38, the city’s main north-south artery, crosses Colmore Row to the east and Broad Street to the west and the easy walking distance to New Street Station, a main hub in the UK’s national rail system. It’s this unparalleled accessibility that has made the Birmingham Copthorne such a popular venue for conferences and business meetings. The question of where to park near the Copthorne Hotel, Birmingham is partially answered by the fact that the hotel has its very own parking spaces – but only partially.
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In the controlled parking zone in which the hotel is situated, the maximum stay in an on-street pay-and-display parking space is two hours. There is, though, no shortage of such parking spaces – the redevelopment of Birmingham 30 and 40 years ago allowed roads to be significantly widened and many are lined with pay-and-display parking spaces. Finding one near the Birmingham Copthorne should pose no challenge.
The following car parks are reasonably close to the Birmingham Copthorne:
Buses operate throughout the city and nearby towns such as Dudley, as well as much further afield.
The Midland Metro operates out of Snow Hill station and has tram services to Wolverhampton and local train services to Worcester and Solihull. Trams also run to New Street station, Corporation Street and other city centre locations.
Birmingham New Street railway centre is one of the UK’s most important mainline rail hubs, providing connections throughout the country.
Visitors who have a Blue Badge are able to park for unlimited time and free of charge in any pay and display parking space or council-owned car park anywhere in Birmingham.
Birmingham operates controlled parking zones (CPZs) to control on-street parking.
On the street, parking charges do not apply on Christmas Day, Good Friday and Bank Holidays.
Drivers can stop to set down and pick up passengers almost anywhere except on double yellow lines (and that is permitted for blue badge holders) or where loading restrictions are in force.
Birmingham has a very extensive network of canals and, while comparisons with Venice or even Amsterdam might be fanciful, they provide excellent opportunities for walking. In addition, a growing number of pubs and restaurants are to be found on canal banks.
Cadbury World provides an educational and informative introduction to the business of chocolate making.
The Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, 10 miles to the west, is a living illustration of how local people lived and worked in days gone by.
Edgbaston Cricket Ground is the home of the Warwickshire Bears, a first-class county cricket side.