Park Regis Birmingham

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Break

    Park Regis Birmingham offers a range of treatments but does not have a pool or wet facilities.

  • Location

    Convenient location

    The hotel is centrally located, making it the perfect base for exploring Birmingham. There is parking at the hotel, but please keep in mind that it’s pay and display.

  • Hen friendly

    Hen Parties

    The location of the hotel and ultra cool vibe makes it perfect for a hen party that includes a weekend of pampering and partying.

  • Restaurant

    Recommended restaurant

    The Asian fusion restaurant Rofuto has 360-degree views of the city to enjoy as you dine and the ‘1565 ‘ Restaurant, Bar and Terrace, offers a superb grill and excellent afternoon tea!

Location

Park Regis Birmingham

Park Regis Birmingham, 158 Broad Street, Birmingham, West Midlands
B15 1DT

Spa & Leisure

The Shakina Urban Spa offers a little escape from the buzz of the outside world. There isn’t a pool or wet facilities, but there is a fitness suite, four treatment rooms including a double room and a nail bar. It’s all about treating yourself to some decadent time out with therapists using ESPA and Jessica Nails products.

Hotel & Accommodation

A brand new contemporary hotel with a luxury feel in the heart of Birmingham, Park Regis Birmingham has 253 rooms and an ultra modern sense of style throughout, not to mention a convenient location for exploring the city making it perfect for city breaks, hen parties and celebrations!

There are two restaurants and two bars, both located on the 16th floor of the hotel. There’s an Asian Funk Fusion concept restaurant called Rofuto with 360-degree views of the city serving traditional sushi and yakatori, as well as the ‘1565 ‘ Restaurant, Bar and Terrace, which offers a superb grill and is open for all meals (we highly recommend the breakfast as well as afternoon tea!). Finally the Kurabu Cocktail Lounge specializes in cocktails sake and a cool vibe with resident and invited DJs regularly in situ.