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Regeneration of the country's second largest city continues at a phenomenal pace. All eyes are on Birmingham, as its revitalised public spaces, several glitzy new developments and a luxury shopping mall have begun to transform the city's fortunes. You can't do better than staying in the sumptuous hotels that dot the streets around Cathedral Square, close to many of Birmingham's top attractions. There are more comfortable digs to be found near the glassy Symphony Hall to the west of the city and a little further out near the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum.

Top luxury hotels in Birmingham

When it comes to luxury, you can't get more lavish than the Clayton Hotel Birmingham. Expect design-led interiors and facilities like a fitness centre, terrace and restaurant bar. Plus, you'll be within walking distance of the Bullring Shopping Centre. Then there's the Malmaison Birmingham, which has an in-house spa, spacious guestrooms and immaculate service from the bar to the front desk. If you're looking for something a little more historic, perhaps try the Hotel du Vin & Bistro in central Birmingham, which houses 66 beautiful guestrooms and a health club within its red-brick walls.

Where to find the best fine dining in Birmingham

For fine dining, you can't do better than the restaurants which line the streets just south of Birmingham Snow Hill station. There is posh nosh aplenty from Argentine fillet steaks with chimichurri to ultra-fresh delicate sushi rolls. There are more delicious eats to be found in the Bullring shopping centre. Juicy gourmet burgers, French classics and zingy Thai noodles. Or try the Mailbox, a shopping centre teeming with gourmet eateries, delis and trendy cafes. Alternatively, if you travel to Birmingham at the right time, you could nab some homemade and organic treats at one of the city's farmers' markets.

Most unique things to do in Birmingham

If you've got deep pockets, you can see Birmingham from the unique perspective of a helicopter flight. Or you could get behind the wheels of a sports car and put the pedal to the metal as you hurtle around the nearby racing track. If you're in need of a pampering, there are several extravagant spas dotting the city centre, offering a whole host of head-to-toe treatments. Those in need of a little retail therapy can give their credit cards a bruising in Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and the other designer stores in the city.

Most unique things to do in Birmingham

Getting around Birmingham is a breeze. Those with money to burn could hire a personal driver and cruise around the city in a limousine. If that's too flashy for you, there is no shortage of taxis across the city, or you could fire up your Uber app and order a car in minutes. Don't discount the metro trams which are fast, efficient and comfortable, if you don't travel in rush hour. Then there is walking. Birmingham might be huge, but many of the attractions are within walking distance and a romp around the city streets makes for the best introduction to its hidden gems.

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