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Looking for a Hotel in Birmingham for the Christmas Market

Now that the nights have drawn in and there’s a chill in the air with a frost on the ground, many thoughts will have turned to Christmas. This word may spread fear into the faces of some and joy into others; after all there is nothing more daunting than hitting the shops to complete your Christmas shopping. But why not take the stress out of the build up and enjoy a weekend in Birmingham, taking in the delights of the German Christmas Market by day and staying at in one of the beautiful hotels Birmingham at night.

Since the turn of the millennium people have been flocking from all around the country to Birmingham to take in the delights of the 180+ stalled German Christmas market selling crafts, jewellery and Christmas decorations while all their senses are indulged. Visitors love the entire experience, from the dazzling Christmas lights and the angelic sounds of local choirs singing, to the smells and tastes of some of Germany’s gorgeous food and drink – including traditional German mulled wine.

Why not join the thousands of guests who will visit Victoria Square and New Street between November 18th and December 23rd 2010 to enjoy this extravaganza? But instead of heading home afterwards, why not book a room at the beautiful Windmill Village Hotel?

Our hotel is positioned just outside Birmingham and offers the perfect venue to relax after a day enjoying the Christmas Market. Whether you want to unwind in a sauna or steam room, or head to some mouth-watering food, all can be done here at Windmill Village.

Even the biggest Ebenezer Scrooge who normally moans about being dragged around the shops at Christmas will have their heart melted and the Christmas spirit flood through them when they visit the Birmingham Christmas market, and booking a room at one of the best hotels Birmingham will top the trip off and leave them giddy for the big day itself.

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| December 10th, 2010 | Posted in Windmill News |