Located in leafy Edgbaston, this hotel is on the A456, just two and a half miles away from Birmingham's city center. The Edgbaston Palace Hotel was originally built in 1854, converted into a hotel in 1971, and revamped in 2007. Some of the original Victorian features are still maintained. It is ideally located for the National Indoor Arena, the International Convention Center, Symphony Hall, the Sea Life Center, Cadbury World, and Birmingham Botanical Gardens. The Edgbaston Palace Hotel has a private courtyard, gardens, function rooms, a bar, and a restaurant where guests can have a full English breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evening. The en-suite guestrooms are modern and come with a flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, ironing facilities, a hairdryer, and a direct dial telephone.