Reflecting Birmingham’s history as a cradle of invention, the Cube Hotel, Birmingham welcomes you with sleek styling and handcrafted furniture. Kick back in indulgent bathrooms or relish with a cocktail in the rooftop bar. Reconnecting with reality is instant, thanks to superfast WiFi.
Take advantage of the central location and discover the city’s dazzling heritage in the Jewellery Quarter or pop into Harvey Nicks in The Mailbox mall. And after dark, try a 35-day aged steak in the hotel’s Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill or head off to welcoming, canal-side pubs in Gas Street Basin.
Long renowned for its industrial prowess, Birmingham boomed in the 18th century. Entrepreneurs inspired innovation when James Watt and Matthew Boulton invented the industrial steam engine here in 1776. The canal network ensured the city’s presence on the world stage as it became a leading player in the Industrial Revolution. Its wealth was celebrated with a swathe of new buildings, from the Baroque-style St. Philip’s Cathedral to the Museum & Art Gallery, feted for its peerless Pre-Raphaelite art. Today, Birmingham’s regenerating spirit lives on, inspiring the futuristic design of The Cube and each detail of this boutique hotel. You’ll see that same energy in the lovingly crafted designs of Jewellery Quarter shops and in the gourmet offerings of Brindleyplace’s waterside restaurants.