We’re very excited to welcome back to Commonwealth Games to Birmingham from 28th July to 8th August this year. Birmingham will once again be on the world stage, hosting visitors and athletes from across the commonwealth and showcasing the west midlands to viewers from across the world. PREMIER SUITES Serviced Apartments on Birmingham’s Dean Street offers perfectly situated accommodation so you can enjoy the games and take in the best of the city. Book using our website for our guaranteed best available rates.
The Commonwealth Games are an international multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. It takes place every four years and brings people from across the world together in celebration of the talent and athletic skill of competitors within the commonwealth. The event was first held in 1930 and is scheduled to take place quadrennially with a different city as host each time. The 2022 Commonwealth Games are officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games and are commonly known as Birmingham 2022. For the first in Commonwealth Games history, the competition schedule features more medal events for women than men and features a fully integrated para-sports programme.
This year, the games include Aquatics, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Bowls, Boxing, Cycling, Gymnastics, Hockey, Netball, Rugby 7s, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis, Tennis, Weight, Wrestling and more. It’s a very exciting time to visit Birmingham for lovers of sport.
Commonwealth Games Accommodation in Birmingham
We’re expecting a busy fortnight in Birmingham with visitors, organisers and competitors travelling from far and wide to witness these spectacular games for themselves. Accommodation in Birmingham will be in high demand, so we advise booking a place to stay as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. PREMIER SUITES Serviced Apartments in Birmingham offers comfortable, flexible accommodation for all types of traveller. From solos and couples to families and groups, our accommodation in Birmingham has the space and facilities to offer you a home-from-home experience. Each of our suites has a separate living & dining space, a family-sized, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom and plenty of storage space for luggage and equipment.
Things to do in Birmingham
Birmingham has it all, for lovers of art & style, history & culture to the great outdoors. The heart of Birmingham revolves around Victoria Square, a pedestrian-friendly zone with some of the most impressive and intricate Victorian architecture like Birmingham Town Hall, Symphony Hall and a Renaissance-style Council House. If the weather is good, visit the 19-century Birmingham Botanical Gardens set across a magnificent 15 acres of tended and manicured green space. The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, considered one of the finest of its kind outside of London, is filled to the brim with art and artefacts dating back as far as the stone age. There are so many things to do in Birmingham between events – or you can extend your stay to explore our beautiful home.
Shopping in Birmingham
From high-end handbags to cheap souvenirs – we have something for everyone on Birmingham’s retail scene. You’ll find so many household and luxury names in our high streets and shopping centres and if you love a spot of bargain hunting, that’s covered too. Make time to visit Bullring & Grand Central to keep up with the latest trends. The Jewellery Quarter holds over 200 retailers and is steeped in history and tradition. If you love vintage and unique shops, keep your eyes peeled down side streets for arcades and independent shops. Mailbox Birmingham sees huge names with huge stores like the 45,000 sq. ft. Harvey Nichols shop. There is something for all budgets in Birmingham.
Book your stay in PREMIER SUITES Birmingham for the ultimate sporting stay in the city. Our lowest rates and special offers are exclusively available on our website or when you book with one of our friendly team. We wish all of the competitors in this year’s commonwealth games the very best of luck in the games. We know you will do your country proud.