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Open Day accommodation 

Conference Aston bedroom

Aston Business School has a high quality conference centre on campus, 50 metres from the Main Building, within 200 metres of all other University facilities and five minutes walk from Birmingham city centre.

Staying on campus is a great opportunity to really get to know our campus and spend some time in the fantastic city of Birmingham.

Special Open Days rates

We're pleased to offer special rates for prospective students, parents, teachers and careers advisers, who are visiting campus.

  • £70.50 Bed and Breakfast per room per night for a Classic room (inc. VAT) 

  • £80.50 Bed and Breakfast per room per night for a Standard room (inc. VAT)

Please quote “Open Days or Schools Liaison” in all bookings.

Classic Rooms have ¾ width beds, ensuite with shower, tea & coffee making facilities, direct dial phone, remote control TV, hair dryer, radio alarm clock and a work/desk area.

Standard Rooms have double beds, ensuite with bath & shower, tea & coffee making facilities, direct dial phone, remote control TV, hair dryer, radio alarm clock and a desk/work area.

All rooms are non-smoking and rates include full English breakfast served in the conference centre restaurant.

Aston Business School conference centre has a bar and restaurant, car parking on campus, access to the Aston University sports centre, gym and swimming pool and is equivalent to a 3 star hotel.

How to book and further information

To book, please contact Raj Biran at Conference Aston on 0121 204 3011, 0121 204 3726 or r.biran@aston.ac.uk. Remember to  quote “Open Days or Schools Liaison” in all bookings.

Please note that the Conference Aston are not able to advise on open day/campus tour dates, booking details or timetables etc – contact the School or Department at Aston who has invited you for this information. Rooms and rates are subject to availability. We regret that are not able to accommodate visitors in our campus student residences as all these rooms are occupied by our students.

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Last updated Oct 2012 by James Seymour,

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