Handy for my stay near friends and family. All ok. Will use again . Good price
Breakfast time was lovely and not overcrowded . Staff was amazing and friendly Only downside was there was no bath tub which made it difficult to wash my baby.
I liked everything about the property would definitely stay here again
Modern hotel with good location, however rooms lack air con so can get very hot
The comfiness of the bed and also the tidiness of the room
Whether you're holidaying in Walsall or just passing through on a trip to the West Midlands, it's impossible to ignore the colossal rejuvenation that's taken place across the town in recent years. Among the sites to benefit most from the investment is the Walsall Arboretum – a large green space not far from the town centre. The park provides a stunning and quiet place for a relaxing stroll, as well as hosting some great facilities for families with young kids. With plenty of excellent guesthouses, hotels and B&Bs in the area, a visit to the park is sure to feature in your stay.
In towns of every size, the inclusion of green and open spaces is incredibly important. Since the 1600s this area of land in the centre of Walsall has been maintained as a place of environmental significance, perfect for relaxation in a tranquil location.
Having undergone a number of changes in the park's rich and illustrious history, the Arboretum is now undergoing another vast redevelopment by local authorities. The result is a new and improved public park, with the design based on the Arboretum's Victorian heritage.
Plans for the new park in central Walsall include a flagship Visitor Centre, as well as a Centre Green and extensive landscaping. With dedicated gardening staff, the Arboretum's variety of plant life is sure to flourish throughout the year, providing a peaceful and relaxing environment whatever the weather.
A town of increasing popularity among tourists, Walsall is home to some excellent hotels. A number of chain hotels on the outskirts of town offer an affordable option for those travelling for both business and pleasure. The hotels combine excellent facilities such as swimming pools and restaurants with close proximity to the M6, connecting the hotels to much of the West Midlands.
Closer into the town centre, visitors will find an array of independent hotels in Walsall. Each of these is within walking distance of the town's many independent shops, bars and restaurants, not to mention Walsall Arboretum. Other central attractions include the New Art Gallery, Walsall Leather Museum and the home of Walsall FC, Bescot Stadium.
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