Birmingham New Street Station Parking

Latest Birmingham New Street Station parking reviews
  • Parking on Hotel Ibis, B5

    Easy to find, book and use. Slightly more expensive than others I have used though.

  • Parking on Bellcroft, B16

    Great location, just a stones throw from the canal and the arena. Made it a much easier drive in and out of the city. Great communication.

  • Parking on Bruntwood Centre City, Hinckley Street, B5

    Perfectly situated. A great stay.

  • Parking on Digbeth High Street, B5

    No access to parking!!!! Be aware!!!!

  • Parking on Bellcroft, B16

    quiet private drive 5 min walk along the canal to the arena

  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    Easy to find, rates on this site were actually cheaper than through the hotel or the website/app/number on the parking site. I’m glad I used Yourparkingspace as I saved a bit of money!

  • Parking on Bruntwood Centre City, Hinckley Street, B5

    Excellent location - right next to Grand Central station which is what I wanted as I was taking the train to London from there. The price was very reasonable for the number of hours I parked there for. I knew from reading other reviews that I had to read the instructions in the email and have the code ready to enter and exit the car park. The door when returning to the car park is just a plain grey door with no sign but again I saw this in another review so I made sure I remembered where the door was when I exited the car park. I would definitely park here again when I go to Birmingham and would recommend it to others.

  • Parking on Hotel Ibis, B5

    Incredibly tight but otherwise excellent, very secure, friendly staff and easy to find.

  • Parking on Irving St, B1

    Good place to park about 20 minute walk to symphony hall. Postcode takes you to pedestrian gate not for vehicle access which is up the road a little further which is really easy to miss it. I couldn't find it at first started driving round the block looking for it. The gate is closed and looks like railings which is why I missed it. It does open when you drive up to it. It's a bit strange at first. Parking is securish/. It has a gate for pedestrians but it isn't locked so anyone could walk in. Saying that they do have cctv covering the parking. I went to Reception to check I had parked correctly as there was a sign up saying disabled badge holders only but it only applied to one space directly in front of the sign with a wheelchair printed on it and not the other 6 or 7 spaces next to it, which are also directly outside the hotel rooms, so premium spots but everyone avoids them like plague I would park here again knowing the setup and walking distance to places