From value-for-money family-run hotels to deluxe business-oriented establishments, Wolverhampton has plenty of great accommodation for different budgets. This community developed into a prosperous textiles centre by the late Middle Ages, and expanded into a much larger industrial centre by the 19th Century. Today, it's home to a fantastic arts scene and benefits from good public transport links to Birmingham city centre, as well as fast motorway links to the rest of the country via the M6.
About the City of Wolverhampton
The university city is still home to many well-preserved historic landmarks; one of the most notable of which is Wightwick Manor, which dates back to the Victorian era and is an excellent example of Arts and Crafts architecture. Wolverhampton is also overlooked by a splendid cathedral, the St. Peter's Collegiate church, which dates back more than 500 years and was, for centuries, the only church in the community.
Whichever accommodation you stay in, you'll normally benefit from free WiFi access and spacious, premium bedding for a guaranteed good night's sleep. The Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel, for example, provides immaculate three star accommodation with free parking and a fully equipped health club, while the three star Patshull Park Hotel Golf and Country Club has a luxury spa and golf course, and is ideal for a romantic break.
Other Attractions in Wolverhampton
Spend some time at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, where you can observe a magnificent painting collection representing three centuries of art history. The city is also the location of the Bantock House Museum and Park, where you can find out about what life was life in this area of England in the Edwardian period. Nearby is the three star Mount Hotel & Conference Centre, which is ideal for business travellers looking for free parking, free internet access, and a 24-hour business centre.
Birmingham City Centre
All Wolverhampton hotels offer easy access to Birmingham's vibrant city centre, which is home to the acclaimed National Sea Life Centre and the iconic Bullring Shopping Centre. Spend some time at the renowned Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, or head a little further afield to the National Exhibition Centre, a leading trade and consumer events venue.