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LIVE 24-SEVEN


VILL AGE SOLIHULL 10 YEARS OF HAVING IT ALL


Village Solihull, the hotel that has it all, is celebrating its 10th anniversary! For the past decade, Village has been a favourite destination for business users, families, couples, the local community and tourists, thanks to its unique mix of stylish rooms, business club, pub & grill, Starbucks and huge, state-of-the-art gym.


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Village Solihull’s rooms are a stylish place to stay, with extra comfy beds, huge TVs, drench showers and other cool features.


Village Pub & Grill is the home of live sport in Solihull, with huge


TV screens showing all the live action, plus amazing offers on beer and footy food! The menu has something for everyone, from hot wings and burger stacks, to juicy steaks and healthy options


VWORKS shared workspace is home to ‘The Connected Collective’, a place where likeminded people can hot desk, meet and share ideas in inspiring spaces, with the latest tech at their fingertips, all within easy reach of the M42 and Midlands motorway network.


Village Meetings - a unique conference venue, offering masses of versatility and flexibility to conference organisers, stylish event space for all occasions whether it be a large conference, training days, product launch or small board meeting Village has it covered.


Village Gym has row after row of incredible equipment, the very latest in spin and fitness classes, and a huge pool to cool off in afterwards!


A trip to Village wouldn’t be complete without your favourite Starbucks, served fresh with a tempting choice of cakes, pastries and sandwiches.


And don’t forget Christmas is coming, Village has an incredible line up of festive and tribute party nights to suit all tastes as well


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as Christmas Day and Boxing Day celebrations - for further details contact the hotel direct or find out more information online.


It isn’t just Village’s great mix of facilities that serves the local community. The ‘Village Green’ campaign is Village Hotels’ way of helping the local area, through voluntary work, and the help of brand ambassadors, Sir Mo Farrah, Baroness Karren Brady and ‘Great British Bake Off’ winner Candice Brown.


Recently, Village Solihull invited local volunteers to enjoy free fish & chips on National Fish & Chip Day and hosted a free Afternoon Tea for local carers’ during National Carers’ Week. And the installation of static bicycles in the hotel reception raised money for local hospital charity, Tiny Tickers, with members of each hotel department teaming up to cycle 1000km.


They have a FREE Leisure Open Weekend 28th – 29th September, the perfect chance to sample their fantastic facilities for free. From nutrition advice to Burn HIIT and Les Mills TRIP classes and much more. Call 0121 701 2908 to book your free place.


There’s definitely something worth celebrating! So, pop along and see for yourself or get in touch with Village Solihull T:0121 7969670 E:www.villagehotels.com


WINING & DINING THE VI L LAGE SOL IHUL L


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