Situated just outside of Birmingham, Britain's 'northern powerhouse', Solihull hotels offer you access to a well-established business centre with excellent support services to and from the international airport and city centre. Solihull hotels are close to several business parks and conference centres. Surrounded by some of the UK's most beautiful landscapes, this bustling business town offers an attractively high quality of life.
What will I discover in from my Solihull hotel?
Long the locus of the British automotive industry, Solihull is incredibly well connected. The main manufacturing plant here is Jaguar Land Rover, but the thriving business scene also encompasses the services and logistics industries. Solihull is girt by the Malvern Hills, which have been a site of natural beauty since medieval times, when they appear in several of the earliest texts to have been written in English. You'll find the enterprising town a contrast with its beautiful surroundings.
What is it like to do business here?
Solihull is located in a growing business centre. Benefiting from privileges like the Business Improvement District card, employees of registered companies are afforded discounts at over 140 businesses in the town centre. This inner city network of companies is further boosted by Solihull Enterprise. Solihull for Success provides a thorough support service for entrepreneurs looking to launch start ups in the region. Business networking events are run across the West Midlands' top tier venues, including Solihull's National Conference Centre and Birmingham's leading business venues. Solihull Business Park is dedicated to the logistics, manufacturing and service industries, and the site of renowned British customer service expert John Lewis' customer service centre, and the headquarters of a global marketing firm. It is well established and its prime location adjacent to arterial routes through Britain make it an ideal place for trading or as an office.
What can I experience from my Solihull hotel?
Solihull hotels offer business and great beauty. Besides strolling through the Malvern Hills, Brueton and Elmdon Park afford magnificent views of the rolling green hills for which Britain is known. Elmdon is a nature reserve, where you can see a range of wild animals, and is also home to a stunning period church. The Core Theatre is a cosy venue with some excellent performances, while Blue Ice Rink is great for relaxing year round.