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Novotel Wolverhampton
3 Stars  
(132 Rooms)

Union Street, Wolverhampton (Map)

In Wolverhampton's vibrant city centre, just 500 metres from the train station, this modern hotel offers great value and guaranteed standards of service, with spacious, contemporary rooms. The Novotel Wolverhampton City Centre was the winner of 3 Bl  more...


Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel
3 Stars  
(74 Rooms)

Penn Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

Easily accessible from the A449 and a short drive from Wolverhampton city centre, this hotel offers value for money accommodation and its own leisure facilities. Mercure Wolverhampton Hotel is in an attractive suburban setting. The hotel features le  more...


Novotel Wolverhampton City Centre
3 Stars  
(132 Rooms)

Union St, Wolverhampton (Map)

In Wolverhampton city centre, just 500 metres from the train station, the 4-star Novotel Wolverhampton City Centre offers spacious, contemporary rooms and has a bar and restaurant. Rooms have luxurious walk-in showers, comfortable sofas, minibars, l  more...


Ramada Park Hall Hotel and Spa Wolverhampton
4 Stars  
(75 Rooms)

Park Drive, Goldthorn Park, Wolverhampton (Map)

Full conference and banqueting facilities are available. Five different function rooms cater for up to 600 people.  more...


Holiday Inn Wolverhampton - Racecourse
3 Stars  
(54 Rooms)

Dunstall Park, Gorsebrook Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

This well-located hotel is 1 mile from Wolverhampton city centre and university and has a private setting shared with Wolverhampton Racecourse. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities. All bedrooms have a modern en suite bathroom and some overlo  more...


Featherstone Farm Hotel
3 Stars  
(8 Rooms)

Featherstone Farm/New Road, Featherstone, Wolverhampton (Map)

Featherstone Farm is in tranquil countryside, 2 miles (3.2 km) from junction 11 of the M6 motorway. It offers en suite rooms, cooked breakfasts and a good Indian restaurant. Featherstone Farm Hotel is a small converted farm, with real original fires  more...


The York Hotel
3 Stars  
(15 Rooms)

138-140 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

This lovely boutique-style establishment offers the services of a larger hotel but with a relaxed, small-hotel feel. The York Hotel is one mile from the city centre. Its location on a main road provides easy access to major transport links and the s  more...


Barons Court Hotel
2 Stars  
(13 Rooms)

142 Goldthorn Hill, Wolverhampton (Map)

Barons Court Hotel offers great-value accommodation just one mile from Wolverhampton city centre. Enjoy free car parking and free Wi-Fi. The manager and his team offer friendly and helpful service. The rooms have tea/coffee facilities, Freeview TV,  more...


The Kingfisher Hotel
0 Stars  
(30 Rooms)

A449 Kidderminster Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

On most Saturdays, the hotel hosts cabaret nights, featuring live entertainment, top tribute acts and everything from full banqueting to basket meals. The hotel’s Klassics Leisure is one of the Midlands’ top health clubs and the 2 gym suites are wel  more...


Connaught Hotel
3 Stars  
(60 Rooms)

Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

The hotel is a short walk from Wolverhampton city centre and 1.5 miles from Wolverhampton Train Station. It has convenient access to Birmingham NEC via the motorway network. The Grand Connaught Hotel offers free car parking for all guests. Each en-  more...


Premier Inn Wolverhampton - North
3 Stars  
(79 Rooms)

Greenfield Lane, Stafford Road, Wolverhampton (Map)

Offering comfortable, good value accommodation, Premier Inn Wolverhampton (North) has good access to bus links and excellent motorway access. Wolverhampton Train Station is 5 miles (8 km) away. Some of the comfortable rooms at Premier Inn can accomm  more...


Britannia Hotel Wolverhampton
3 Stars  
(117 Rooms)

Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton (Map)

Next door to the famous Grand Theatre, The Britannia Hotel is a charming Victorian-style building in the centre of Wolverhampton. Rooms are en suite and have Satellite TVs. Comfortable rooms are furnished with modern amenities and offer tea/coffee m  more...


Patshull Park Hotel, Golf & Country Club
3 Stars  
(49 Rooms)

Patshull Park, Pattingham, Wolverhampton (Map)

The Lakeside Restaurant serves imaginatively created dishes made from local produce, and for less formal meals there is Earl's Brasserie which offers a range of tasty snacks and bar meals throughout the day. The Kingfisher Bar is perfect when you jus  more...


Holly Bank House
3 Stars  
(7 Rooms)

Bursnips Rd, Essington., Wolverhampton (Map)

Holly Bank House is a family-run, late Victorian property set in four acres of gardens. It offers the weary traveller a rest, and a warm friendly welcome at all times of the day and night. Guests are welcomed in the impressive main hall, with its  more...


A Park View Hotel
3 Stars  
(21 Rooms)

12-13 Park Road West, Wolverhampton (Map)

Opposite Wolverhampton’s pretty West Park and set in a Victorian building, A Park View Hotel has original features, high ceilings and large windows throughout. Free private parking is available and Wolverhampton Racecourse is just a 5-minute drive aw  more...


Wolverhampton Listeni/ˌwʊlvərˈhæmptən/ is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England. In 2010, the local government district had an mid year estimated population of 238,500. Wolverhampton is part of the West Midlands Urban Area which had a population of 2.3 million in the 2001 census which makes it part of the second largest urban area in the United Kingdom. For Eurostat purposes Walsall and Wolverhampton is a NUTS 3 region (code UKG35) and is one of five boroughs or unitary districts that comprise the "West Midlands" NUTS 2 region. Historically a part of Staffordshire, and forming part of the metropolitan county of the West Midlands from 1974, the city is commonly recognised as being named after Lady Wulfrun, who founded the town in 985: its name coming from Anglo-Saxon Wulfrūnehēantūn = "Wulfrūn's high or principal enclosure or farm". Prior to the Norman Conquest, the area's name appears only as variants of Heantune or Hamtun, the prefix Wulfrun or similar appearing in 1070 and thereafter. Alternatively, the city may have earned its original name from Wulfereēantūn = "Wulfhere's high or principal enclosure or farm" after the Mercian King, who tradition tells us established an abbey in 659, though no evidence of an abbey has been found. The city's name is often abbreviated to "Wolvo", "W'ton" or "Wolves". The city council's motto is "Out of darkness cometh light". People from Wolverhampton are known as Wulfrunians, or, colloquially, "Yam Yams" due to regional phraseology. The city grew initially as a market town with specialism within the woollen trade. During and after the Industrial Revolution, the city became a major industrial centre, with mining (mostly coal, limestone and iron ore) as well as production of steel, japanning, locks, motorcycles and cars – including the first vehicle to hold the Land speed record at over 200 mph. Today, the major industries within the city are both engineering based (including a large aerospace industry) and within the service sector.

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