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Want a hen weekend the girls will always remember? Hen weekends in Birmingham, the vibrant and exciting capital of the midlands, are guaranteed to be a success! With some of the best activities and nightlife on offer, this rejuvenated UK city is a great location to see the bride off in style! The lively Broad street or Watersedge areas are packed with great shopping, restaurants, bars and clubs so all that is left for you to do is decide what you and the girls want to do!


BIRMINGHAM HEN PARTY SPECIAL OFFERS
Half price hen on a group of 15 or more
Hen goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option.

FREE upgrade from 3 star hotel to 4 star hotel on all 2 NIGHT weekend packages booked before the end of February 2017!
 

Interesting facts about Birmingham

 
 

POPULATION

1,036,900 

LANGUAGE

English, Brummie 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

19C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

5C 

COST OF A WINE

3.65

 
Getting around Birmingham
 
 

Getting around Birmingham

Birmingham has an abundance of convenient and fast transport options to suit every group. With a compact city centre, the best way to get around is by foot. Taxi’s (both road and water) are very easy to locate and are regulated. Driving around Birmingham is pretty straightforward (from Maximise's experience a sat nav is advised... if not just for spaghetti junction!) but parking can be expensive and is limited in the city centre. The bus service runs regularly throughout the day and night and offers a cheaper alternative to taxis. Routes include both inner and outer city locations which means you can get around Birmingham with ease.

What you need to know about nightlife in Birmingham

Nightlife in Birmingham
 
 

Nightlife in Birmingham

It’s party-time in Birmingham. Everyone can start their hen weekend to the tune of the latest party anthems. Go dance crazy whatever your chosen genre, Birmingham has it all! Hit the bustle of Broad Street’s clubs and bars, it's the centre of nightlife in Birmingham with loads of choice and big name DJs playing there on an almost weekly basis! The only problem you'll have is deciding which bar to go to first! Take a wander up to Hurst Street and you'll find a £5.5 million popular club that boasts 7 different rooms! If you're looking for a more upmarket scene, head for The Mailbox nightspots. Or take on the clubland scene at the Arcadian. The Jewellery Quarter, situated in St Paul's Square, hosts live music events, regularly showcasing the musical talents of Birmingham. You're seriously spoilt for choice here, and with Europe’s youngest population you'll be in good company!

Learn about eating in Birmingham

Eating in Birmingham
 
 

Eating in Birmingham

Whether you’re looking for Michelin stars or a quick enjoyable bite, there's enough to suit everyone. When it comes to places to eat, Birmingham has a lot to be proud of with over 200 restaurants and places of culinary interest in the city centre serving cuisine from 27 different countries! Birmingham is the curry capital of the nation, with a better selection of Asian and Indian restaurants than anywhere else in the UK. Birmingham has a diversified cultural background so it stands to reason that there would be a vast array of restaurants, bistros, delis and fast food outlets - all of them bursting with character! With approximately 80 pubs serving traditional pub grub, 27 Chinese restaurants, 41 Indians, 21 pizzerias and loads of fast food chains amongst many other outlets serving every kind of food imaginable, your dining experience in Birmingham is sure to be a great one no matter what your budget.

Find out how to travel to Birmingham

Getting to Birmingham
 
 

Getting to Birmingham

By Air: Birmingham Airport welcomes more than 50 airlines from over 100 destinations. It’s home to plenty of low cost carriers so there are great money-saving deals to nab. Or for business users looking for more comfort, long or short haul, you’ll also find lots of choice to suit your schedule. With road and rail right alongside, it couldn’t be better connected. Plus, with Coventry airport just a few minutes down the road, you’ve got even more flexibility.
By Train: Three city centre stations provide great connections to destinations near or far. New Street stands as the hub of the National Rail network in Birmingham. Trains run here 2-3 times an hour every day from London Euston, and booked in advance the fares can be as little as £6. With a journey time of around 1 hour and a half, this is the cheapest and easiest way to get here from the capital. Services to and from London Marylebone serve Moor Street (right by the Bull Ring) and Snow Hill (in the business district). All three stations are well served by bus or parking facilities. Birmingham International station sits right alongside the airport; providing a link direct to the city centre for air passengers.
By Road: All roads lead to Birmingham. It’s certainly an easy place for everyone to drive to. Set at the heart of the UK motorway network, it’s linked by the M5, M6, M40 and M42 while the A34 and A38 further add to your options. The recent addition of the M6 Toll Road adds another choice (while also helping to keep through traffic away from the area to free up roads). Once here, we’ve 25,000 city centre parking spaces within easy reach. The average drive time from central London to Birmingham is 2 and a half hours.

Things to see in Birmingham

Things to see in Birmingham
 
 

Things to see in Birmingham

Star City: Star City is a complex that was opened in summer 2000. It has a 47 screen Cinema which at the time of being built, was the largest cinema in Europe. There is also a bowling alley and arcade, which around summer time and especially weekends can be very busy, so you may have to wait to get your alley. Star City is also packed with loads of different restaurants which include Mexican, Spanish, Chinese and traditional English food and many others. Star City also has a handful of bars and boasting around 3,000 parking spaces, this complex is the largest of its kind in the UK and a definite must see on your Hen weekend in Birmingham. Star City Casino opened in November 2003 and as the UK's largest casino has enhanced Star City's growing reputation even further.
The Bullring: A premier shopping destination that all the girls will love. Home to both designer and high street stores, you’ll be in shopping heaven. Just remember those credit cards, ladies!
Cadbury’s world: Great for those of us who are seriously into some chocolate (so all of us). Take a tour round the famous Cadbury’s world and Bourneville village. While on the tour you will discover the history of chocolate and how it is made, with plenty of free chocolate bars thrown in along the way!

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Reviews

21 November

5 Star Rating
Hotel very good and in centre. Lovely weekend. Would recommend Birmingham and also Louise at Maximise who was very helpful from the start of planning the whole thing. x

19 October

5 Star Rating
We had a brilliant weekend. Thank you so much. Zoey at Maximise was so helpful in planning weekend for me and didn't know that there was a service like this where everyone could login and pay themselves - made life so easy for me! Hotel was just right and right in centre and cocktail making was so funny - definite highlight! 5 out of 5!

13 September

5 Star Rating
Excellent. Shopping was great, i360, loads of activities and the nightlife was fab.

18 July

5 Star Rating
Weekend was Fab! Definitely recommend Maximise and Birmingham. Broad Street surprisingly good. All the girls say thank you.

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