Due the high number of foreign visitors, all signs were pictorial which was a nice touch.
I was on the 3rd floor and the corridor was not inspiring, it looked very much budget and council flat inspired so I wasn't expecting much from the room.
But the room was large, airy, bright and clean.
The bathroom was a bit of a shock, it was a prefab built offsite and installed as a single unit, despite the feel of being in a caravan, the vanity was large with plenty of space for toiletries, make up, etc. The shower was large, the water hotter and more powerful than I have experienced in some so-called 'premium' hotels.
Soap and shower gel were supplied and the towels with the thickest, fluffiest and softest I think I have ever had.
There was 24 hour food service, the menu dependant on the time of day or night.
There was an airy bar on the ground floor, but the prices seemed very high, but this is probably standard for a hotel in the UK, a bottle of Cava was £23. There is a Morrison's supermarket 10 minutes walk up the road, so I bought sandwiches and a bottle of Cava (£5) there for my dinner.
St Andrews football ground is a 5 minutes walk away too, so the hotel is very handy if you are attending a function there.
The hotel was very quiet overnight, this is probably due to it not being right in the city centre, there was no-one running up and down the corridors, shouting and banging doors.
Free wifi was available in all areas of the hotel, something that other hotels could take note of.
All in all, I enjoyed my stay at Bordesley Circus, and should I have cause to visit the area again, it will certainly be my first choice of hotel.