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Village Hotel Solihull Review – Helpful Tips & Inside Look

Are you looking to stay in Solihull, near Birmingham airport?

Check out the Village Hotel Solihull.

It’s a resort-based hotel with a pool, gym, coffee shop, and restaurant.

Read on for all you need to know or check the price right now using the map below.

The Village Hotel Solihull

It’s in a great location for Birmingham airport and has a restaurant, coffee shop, gym, and spa as well.

Check out this review of a 3-night stay.

The Village Solihull

Village Hotel Solihull Parking

Is parking free at the Village Hotel Solihull?

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I chose to stay at the Village Hotel Solihull for 3 nights because I was on a leisure trip and I wanted to stay somewhere where I could easily get to and from Birmingham Airport.

My flights to the Scottish Highlands were to and from Birmingham Airport with Flybe (these flights are now operated by Loganair).

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The Village Hotel Solihull


The Green Business Park, Dog Kennel Ln, Shirley, Solihull B90 4JG

I had originally planned to take the train from Birmingham Airport but on arrival decided I was just take a taxi from the airport rank to the hotel as the weather was a bit damp and cold.

The hotel is located outside of Solihull itself in a bit of a business park area.

The Village Solihull

Phone Number

0121 796 9670

Village Hotel Solihull Reviews

Checking In

The hotel lists club rooms as an option on the website, and having stayed in a club room before I thought I might do similar at the Village Hotel Solihull. However, all the rooms are the same sized. The only difference between standard rooms and club rooms is access to the gym.

Check in is anytime from 3 pm with checkout by 11 am

Breakfast is served 7 am – 9 am on weekdays and 7.30 am – 10 am on weekdays.

Parking is charged at £5 per day.

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Hotel Room

I had asked for a quiet room and was given a room at the end of the corridor on the 4th floor.

  • The room was very clean.
  • The bathroom was bright with a shower over the bath.
  • The room had a work desk area with a work lamp.
  • The full length windows gave the room a bright and airy feel.
  • There was a large TV on the wall across from the bed.
  • The bed was super comfy with really nice pillows and linens.
  • Tea and coffee facilities were in the room.
  • There was storage for luggage and wardrobe space.

Village Solihull Hotel

Things I Liked

  • The price was reasonable for a 3 night stay – it was about £150 for the 3 nights not including any meals
  • The location was handy for the airport
  • The coffee shop on the ground floor was handy and a nice place to get a bite to eat in the morning or a nice tea or coffee later in the day
  • There is a restaurant on site.
  • There is ample parking around the hotel.
  • The curtains made the room dark at night to give a good night’s sleep.

Village Hotel Solihull

Things I Liked Less

  • It was actually quite cold in the bedroom and despite having the heating up on max we were unable to get any heating so we had to request a heater. This was an oil-filled radiator so the room was slightly warm rather than comfortable.
  • The shower was very difficult to turn on.
  • There was a glass panel in the wall between the bathroom and the bedroom. This meant anyone getting up in the night to use the bathroom and putting the light on could disturb any other guests in the room.
  • The service in the restaurant was a bit patchy because it was very busy there on a Friday evening. There was a lack of staff.
  • It was really noisy in the restaurant as there were sports matches on the large screens plus lots of people. It made it difficult to have a conversation.
  • The bed had sticky-out legs which I caught my shin on a couple of times. This was made worse by a chair located close to the bed which I ended up moving to provide more space when moving around the bed.

Video Review

Check out this video review to see inside a room at the Village Hotel Solihull and see the facilities for yourself.

Village Hotel Sollihull


There is an onsite restaurant. It was extremely busy when we dined there on a Friday night and also extremely loud. It was almost impossible to have a conversation and ordering a meal required shouting across the bar. It was not a pleasant experience.

The food was OK when it arrived. The menu is the same across all Village Hotels.

Check out the full menu including festive options and room service menus here.

Village Hotels also have an onsite Starbucks serving all the usual hot drinks, sandwiches, pastries, and snacks.

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Further Reading

If you found this article on the Village Hotel Solihull useful you might also like;

My Birmingham Break post for some fun things to do.

Check out my Ibis Birmingham review close to New Street Station.

Ibis Birmingham Airport review – a great hotel right beside the airport.

Check out my Travel Inspiration posts for some ideas of other places to go.

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