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Wolverhampton in the West Midlands enjoys excellent road and rail links and so is easily accessible from most parts of the UK. Centrally located, Wolverhampton takes its name from Lady Wulfrana and was once a thriving market town before the arrival of industrialisation in the 19th Century. Wolverhampton became a Millennium City in 2000, nowadays it is a thriving centre of commerce right in the heart of the Black Country.
There are a number of three star hotels throughout Wolverhampton, so you’re sure to find one that meets your requirements. Whether you’re in Wolverhampton on business, a short stopover or a longer break, there’s plenty of things to see and do to keep you occupied. The Mount, Wightwick Manor and Tettenhall Towers are all reminders of Wolverhampton’s proud Victorian past. Go sightseeing in the day, and relax in a centrally located three star hotel at night. If you’re staying in Wolverhampton on business then a number of three star hotels have meeting and conference rooms enabling you to work in style and comfort.
Wolverhampton likes to preserve its cultural past while embracing the current. With the Grand Theatre, a 19th century Grade 2 Listed building being a stopping off point in most entertainers’ tour itinerary, a three star hotel break in Wolverhampton makes for an ideal city break. Maybe you’ve come to support your favourite team play Wolves at their imposing Molineux Stadium, in which case why not book a three star hotel close to the ground? If you’re planning on visiting Wolverhampton to go and see Moseley Old Hall where Charles II sought refuge, or simply wish to stroll through the peaceful Victorian West Park you can stay in an attractive three star hotel close to some of the town's main attractions.
There also plenty of galleries celebrating art both contemporary and traditional in Wolverhampton. The collection in the Wolverhampton Art Gallery spans 300 years and includes works by the iconic Andy Warhol. If you favour craft over Pop Art then head to the Bilston Gallery to see a range of fascinating contemporary and historic artefacts. And if you're after a little bit of retail therapy then Wolverhampton is a fabulous place to shop. There’s plenty of familiar high street stores in the centre, and Wolverhampton also has a thriving independent scene with over 200 businesses selling affordable art, artisan coffee and boutique furnishings.
Wolverhampton makes a great base for a city break, an ideal base for business or as a comfortable overnight stay. Many three star hotels in Wolverhampton are centrally located, enabling you to easily explore and make the most of what the city has to offer. There’s always a wide choice of room options too, varying from standard rooms to executive suites, family rooms to deluxe rooms. Three star hotels in Wolverhampton also have a wide range of facilities from meeting rooms, fitness rooms and spas to free WiFi, breakfast and dry cleaning. They vary in size from the intimate 18-room Ely House Hotel to the larger Patshull Park Hotel Golf and Country Club set in its own lovely grounds, and the unmistakeable Britannia Hotel, with over 100 rooms. Whatever the reason you’re visiting Wolverhampton, you’ll find great service and high standards in whichever three star hotel you choose to stay.