Plans for a 17-storey hotel at the £700m Paradise development in Birmingham have been given the green light by Birmingham City Council.

Monday, January 24, 2022

 

Image of how the hotel will look 

 

Planning permission has been granted by Birmingham City Council for a new landmark hotel at Paradise Birmingham.

The plans are part of phase two of the £700 million redevelopment of the heart of the city, with Paradise having already delivered two new commercial buildings, several new leisure destinations and the revamp of Chamberlain Square, Congreve Street and Centenary Way, which re-opened in 2020.

The new 152-bedroom, 17 storey Paradise Hotel, by ISA Architecture & Design and designed in collaboration with Paradise master-planners Glenn Howells Architects, will provide much needed high-quality boutique accommodation in the city centre.

The hotel will be located within Phase 2 of the Paradise development and sit alongside One Centenary Way and Three Chamberlain Square.

The form of the 17 storey hotel includes a number of design features, including a repeating vertical window recess that will make the building truly stand out. As well as a mix of room types, plans include a ground-floor bar and/or restaurant and a 'Sky Bar' and restaurant on the seventeenth floor, affording great views across Paradise and the wider city.