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Birmingham City Hospital Parking

Latest Birmingham City Hospital parking reviews
  • Parking on Bromsgrove Street, B5

    Easy to find. Easy to park..plenty of spaces. Friendly staff in the apartments at the reception desk. Straight forward procedure and literally just around the corner from the Hippodrome. Will definitely use again!

    Andrew
  • Parking on Wrottesley Street, B5

    Never been to Birmingham before but if I visit again, would definitely park here again. Well lit and clean. Paid in advance and went it came to departure, went to the office which was unattended at the time. Rang the bell and within seconds, guard appeared. Very friendly and even recommend other other music venues (reason for visit) to my teenage son.

    Selina
  • Parking on Park Regis Hotel, B15

    Easy to find. Good location.

    Danielle
  • Parking on Jurys Inn, B1

    Booking the time and length of stay is easy to follow site is user friendly. Bit of an issue on entering and leaving the car park, person in attendance was not to helpful. Overall good experience.

    Paul
  • Parking on Jurys Inn, B1

    Easy to access and no problem with ticket validation at the hotel reception. Will be there again next time.

    Iain
  • Parking on Wrottesley Street, B5

    Bit difficult to locate due to road closures, but staff were polite & accommodating. Only negative was the spaces/bays were a bit small.

    Darren
  • Parking on Jurys Inn, B1

    Fantastic and completely hassle free will definitely use again!

    Zoë
  • Parking on Niall Close, B15

    Excellent. Easy to book, easy to find, more than enough space, would use again

    Karen
  • Parking on Wrottesley Street, B5

    Tight parking spaces ,evening attendant very cheerful and polite

    Carol
  • Parking on Wrottesley Street, B5

    Excellent would recommend to anyone It takes away the stress of searching for a car park in city centres during busy times I do not know what would have happened if the car park had been full when I arrived as there was no allocated space.

    Peter