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FOLLOWING a significant investment, Holiday Inn Solihull in Homer Road has unveiled a new look and feel, writes Rebekah Borg.

FOLLOWING a significant investment, Holiday Inn Solihull in Homer Road has unveiled a new look and feel, writes Rebekah Borg.

The hotel’s upgrade is part of the £1 billion global relaunch of the Holiday Inn brand across their 3,200 hotels.

The four-star Holiday Inn Solihull boasts its own stylish ground floor Brookes Restaurant with a lounge bar terrace and views over the hotel gardens and fountain.

On the evening my husband and I visited, diners varied from couples on their own to families with children. From the menu we opted for tomato and basil soup (£4.95), chicken and chorizo skewers (£6.50), and for mains the tandoori sea bass fillets (£16.95) and wild Alaskan salmon (£14.95).

For afters we selected the apple tart (£5.25) and Madagascan vanilla cheese cake (£5) – served to the table with a bottle of crisp Australian white wine presented in an elegant ice bucket.

Holiday Inn Solihull has just launched Privilege Club Plus, a new dining club that’s free to join and offers benefits and discounts – exclusively for members.

For more call 0121 623 9988.

 

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