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Rooms could do with a fridge in them. Great location for the Arena with plenty of bars and restaurants in the immediate vicinity.
Everyone was very welcoming and eager to be of assistance.
Helpful and happy employees Understood what they were selling
Nothing to like or not like. It wasn’t anything special but it was adequate.
Close to arena where we visited to see take that 5min walk
Great location for arena Room little bit tired in decor etc for the price
Richard on Reception has excellent customer service skills. He has the ability to empathise whilst remaining friendly, professional and courteous.
Location! Great spot across from the airport and the monorail to the NEC.
I liked the breakfast buffet. It was value for money. Also appreciate the hotel is clean despite the old building
The recorded history of Wolverhampton dates back over a thousand years. Benefiting from being close to the heart of where the Industrial Revolution began, Wolverhampton is now a vibrant city in the West Midlands. Staying in a four star hotel close to the centre will enable you to make the most of this affable and surprising city.
Wolverhampton is a Fair Trade and Bloom Gold award winning city in the heart of England reflecting the desire to acknowledge its place in the global economy, and celebrate its local identity. Stay in a four star hotel in Wolverhampton and enjoy all the leisure and cultural attractions that Wolverhampton has to offer. If it’s excitement you’re after, then book tickets to watch Wolverhampton play at the Molineux Stadium. Or if you prefer peace and tranquillity then the Victorian West Park is a perfect blend of scenery and serenity. A four star hotel in Wolverhampton lets you explore all its corners and hidden delights to your hearts content.
If you like some retail therapy then the city has all the recognisable high street names , and a thriving local economy of over 200 independent businesses just waiting to be discovered. After a hard afternoon spent flexing the credit, why not treat yourself to an artisan coffee from one of the many independent coffee stores, eat in a familiar restaurant or try a place that’s completely unique to Wolverhampton? Four star hotel owners in Wolverhampton will be able to tell you the finest places to dine, but making discoveries yourself is equally as tantalising.
Wolverhampton isn’t short on culture. The Grand Theatre is a 19th century Grade 2 Listed building that shows all the latest touring productions. The collection in the Wolverhampton Art Gallery spans over 300 years and includes works from the always recognisable Andy Warhol, while the Bilston Gallery is dedicated to crafts with a range of contemporary and historic items on display. If you’re a fan of the Pre-Raphaelite movement, Wightwick Manor is Victorian in stature yet Italian in design. Elsewhere in Wolverhampton you’ll find Moseley Old Hall where Charles II sought refuge, and the 18th century Himley Hall and Park. There are plenty of four star attractions to match your four star hotel stay in Wolverhampton!