CGI of phase three of the Paradise project in Birmingham. Image shows the planned hotel
A new 17-storey hotel will be built as part of Birmingham’s £700 million Paradise project after receiving the green light from city planners. The hotel will front onto Paradise Street close to the Town Hall as part of phase two of the long-running regeneration project which also includes new office buildings One Centenary Way and Three Chamberlain Square. It will have 152 bedrooms, ground floor restaurant and a roof-top sky bar and will sit among new walkways and public realm also being created as part of the phase two works as well as benefiting from the nearby Town Hall tram stop. No occupier has yet been signed up to operate the hotel but a spokesman for Paradise said discussions with the market were ongoing.
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Phase one of Paradise comprises offices buildings One and Two Chamberlain Square, redrawn road routes around the site and new public realm. The future t …