Saint Pauls House
Myself and my friend booked here for a bottomless brunch, while booking I mentioned that I was a vegan and was told there would be a vegan option on the menu. Once arriving I was seated quickly and offered a drink straight away. My friend was running half an hour late but this was not a problem, as the brunch timer would only start once both of us had ordered our first drink. Once my friend had arrived and we were ready to order our food, I asked what vegan options were available, but our waitress wasn't aware of this so she went to ask the chef who confirmed I would be able to have whatever I wanted from the main menu. Food arrived quickly and was very nice. I had a starter and main, while my friend had a main and dessert - 8/10. The service from our waitress was excellent, the bar area was lovely and chilled. I will definitely be back for a bottomless brunch again!
Stayed here overnight for business. Website gave a great impression with stylish photos and on arrival it had a trendy look and feel. Upon arrival and check-in I received a warm welcome and given the usual explanations of breakfast times etc. However, nobody explained that if I wasn’t in the building by midnight I’d be locked out! Thankfully I could see staff through the window who let me in! There was no key card swipe point to let you in any of the doors - or if there were they were not clearly marked or visible. The room itself was pleasant enough but it did have an odd “sweaty feet” smell. Whilst the bed looked appealing it was sadly one of the most uncomfortable beds I’ve ever slept in! A terrible mattress that sagged in the middle. Furthermore, it was a ridiculously muggy temperature and the air con just did nothing. As my room overlooked the road having the window open was not an option. Some attention is required when it comes to cleaning too. The corners at the bottom of the shower cubicle need a proper clean as they were black and somewhat off putting! A big coffee stain on white bed linen surely should have been spotted too! Food was very good but the cooked breakfast option did take quite a time to arrive. Overall, this place is decent enough but some issues (listed above) really need attention to make it better and get a score of 4.
Stayed at Saint Paul's on the sleepy Sunday offer which was amazing value. Lovely boutique hotel with a 15 min walk into the city & had beautiful views over St Paul's Square. We had a 2 course meal on the evening & breakfast the next morning all inclusive of the offer price of £99 & the food was fantastic, we really enjoyed both meals. Mini bar in our room was complimentary & had water, orange juice + 2 little bottles of prosecco. Staff were very welcoming in both hotel & restaurant. Will definitely be returning to this lovely hotel.
I went after work for a few drinks with friends and was overlooked at the bar for 20+ minutes. Hate to say it but prettier, thinner clientelle were served before me despite me waiting longer. Really disappointing service. Wouldn't bother unless you've got a full face of make up on and dressed up to go out out.
Having and a really nice experience on my previous visit to St Paul’s House I was eager to share my experience with Margaret We booked a superior room on Booking.com some time before as we had arranged to attend a music festival in Birmingham We arrived late Saturday afternoon and entered via a very busy bank holiday bar The check in is situated to left of bar and access to the accommodation is via a card key protected door As our room was on top floor (200) we entered the lift and were more than a little surprised to find our superior room was more than underwhelming A bed and very little else didn’t shout superior However we bedded down for a good nights sleep Unfortunately in the morning another guest had obviously thrown up in lift and whilst in had been cleaned it wasn’t pleasant Breakfast was fine and we set off for a day out . Returning late again we entered a packed bar and stinking lift and again bedded down We On our final morning we went to breakfast and was greeted with a broken lift We again enjoyed breakfast and struggled down stairs and departed Parking was free directly outside on the street as there was no charge from our point of arrival and on Sunday and Bank Holliday Hotel parking is available but at £12 a night on top of £116.00 bed is only is a bit steep If your looking for a tranquil hotel I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this hotel It’s bang central in Birmingham Hipster Central so if that’s your thing you will no doubt enjoy this
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