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Most expensive month to stay with an average 46% rise in price.
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Top tips for finding perfect Solihull hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Solihull, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Solihull in August and May.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Solihull if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Wednesday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Solihull found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £49, while the most expensive was £14,623.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Solihull for 1 day.
  • Solihull is a large town near Birmingham and located in the scenic West Midlands area. If you’re really looking to stay in the town center, there are a few options, including Ramada Birmingham Solihull and Crowne Plaza Solihull, which will allow you to explore most of the town on foot.
  • In case you will be commuting to Birmingham a lot, it’s best to stay near the Solihull train station to reduce any hassle during your trip. Station Approach B&B is the nearest option, while Voco St. John's Solihull is just a few minutes’ walk from the station, where you can hop on the train and be in Birmingham in less than 15 minutes.
  • If you have a car and you’ll be driving to Birmingham, it’s best to stay in west Solihull for maximum proximity. Some of the closest accommodation options in that side of the city include Redwings Lodge Solihull, which is next to Stratford Road and about a 30-minute drive to Birmingham.
  • You can also stay further away from the town center and near some amazing natural views. Elmdon Park, in northern Solihull, is now a natural reserve, and there are plenty other scenic walks in the area. Gables Bed and Breakfast and Hobs Moat House are both nearby, and perfect options for those looking for countryside tranquility.
  • In case you’re going on a romantic getaway, there are a couple of hotels in Solihull that are perfect for couples. For instance, the Hogarths Hotel, which combines the rustic English charm with modern design, features massive double rooms with king-size beds that offer views to the beautiful outdoor patio.

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Recent reviews for Solihull hotels

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Crowne Plaza Solihull8.6/10 ratingout of 6 reviews · £81 avg price/ night
PROS: They gave us a room in a quiet zone so the baby wouldn't be disturbed. We got a very quiet room and were delighted.CONS: Room service wasn't great. Stained teaspoons in the coffee/tea caddy were worrying. The baby's crib had a solid base and he really didn't like it. We used the bedspread from our bed as a mattress and he slept straight away. The next morning Room Service put the bedspread back on our bed. Obviously a comfy baby isn't a priority
Anonymous (1 Apr 2019)
The Arden Hotel & Leisure Club7.7/10 ratingout of 8 reviews · £69 avg price/ night
PROS: Not much really, the breakfast was pretty good.CONS: Our room was double booked, an irritation but these things happen. We came back from our evening out and were promised a room had been sorted, we went upstairs and walked in on another guest sleeping! Fortunately they extremely calm but this is completely unacceptable. We then tried another room and the same thing happened! Finally on the third attempt and after an hour of waiting we were provided a room. This has completely ruined my hotel experience and simply cannot recommend this hotel.
Anonymous (7 Dec 2018)