Cheap Hotels in Walsall
Modern Walsall hotel with free Wi-Fi, a fitness centre, a pool and a restaurant close to Birmingham Holiday Inn® Birmingham - Walsall, M6, Jct.10 hotel sits close to the M6 motorway. Central Birmingham is 20 minutes' drive away, and less than an hour away by bus or train. Birmingham Airport (BHX) is less than 30 minutes' drive away, and the city of Wolverhampton is just 20 minutes away. Get a culture fix at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, or indulge in some retail therapy at the Bullring Shopping Centre. Families can learn about chocolate at Cadbury World or enjoy the rides at Drayton Manor Theme Park, both 30 minutes' drive away. Business guests have access to 10 meeting rooms for conferences and events of up to 180 people. Delegates are welcome to use the free parking and keep in touch with the office thanks to free Wi-Fi. The National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, a major trade show venue, is 30 minutes away by car. Back at the hotel, start the day with a buffet breakfast featuring both hot and cold items. Kids stay and eat free. Lunch and dinner are also served in the restaurant, and later on, you can sit back with a drink at the lounge bar. Best of all, you can keep up with your fitness routine at the hotel's J10 fitness centre, or take a refreshing dip in the indoor pool.
A comfortable hotel offering free WiFi and an inclusive breakfast, with easy access to Birmingham city centre and the NEC The Holiday Inn Express® Birmingham - Walsall hotel is close to the M6 motorway, 2 miles from Walsall town centre. You can drive to the shops and theatres of central Birmingham in 20 minutes. Or leave the car in the hotel's free car park and a train from Walsall Station gets you there in 25 minutes. Take your family to ride the roller coasters at Drayton Manor theme park, half an hour's drive away. Spot penguins and sharks at The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham in the city centre, or book tickets for a concert at the renowned Symphony Hall. Closer to home, you can get some fresh air at Walsall's Victorian arboretum. In summer kids can glide around the lake in pedalos shaped like giant swans. Walsall's business parks are all within a couple of miles. The hotel's three smart meeting rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and space for up to 60 guests. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. If you need to check your email or print some papers, there's a computer and printer in the lobby. Enjoy fruit, yoghurt and pastries, or fill up on sausages, scrambled eggs and baked beans, with the inclusive Express Start breakfast. For a weekday lunch, an evening snack or a cold glass of wine with city views, try the hotel's modern bar and lounge.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a computer station, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Walsall? This hotel has 170 square feet (16 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
Hotels in Walsall
A large industrial town in the West Midlands, Walsall is situated eight miles north-west of Birmingham city. Originally a part of Staffordshire, the town is now a component of the West Midlands and the Black Country. With museums, parks and activities, Walsall has much to offer and there are a number of Walsall hotels from which to make your base.
Take a trip back in time inside the Walsall Leather Museum, housed in a restored Victorian factory building. Here visitors can learn about the history of Walsall's famous leatherworking trade. Within the grounds, beautiful gardens planted with traditional tanning trees and shrubs can be found, along with a café serving homemade food and a shop selling Walsall-made leather goods.
Motor fans should visit the nearby Aston Manor Road Transport Museum. The museum specialises in buses, trucks and tramcars of yesteryear, with lots of related artefacts and displays of transport history. There is a small shop on site as well which sells transport models and books.
Out and about
Walkers will enjoy the Walsall Arboretum, a public park built in 1874 close to the town centre. Parts of the park and surrounding housing are covered by the Arboretum conservation area and the park also contains a children's play area and boating lake. Until 2008 it was also home to the famous Walsall Illuminations.
The Walsall Golf Club was formed in 1907 and is situated a short distance from the West Midlands motorway link. The 18-hole course has an abundance of sand traps and each and every green is closely guarded by bunkers requiring a precise second shot.
Those who like more adrenaline-fuelled pastimes should try out Ace Karting Plus, the Walsall indoor go-kart track. Test your driving skills to the limit on the superb track or take part in a highly competitive Grand Prix or Endurance Race.
Food and drink
Walsall has much to offer the discerning foodie. Pub food and Indian food are both specialities in the area; try the Black Country Arms or The Fountain for great food and drink as well as a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Mirchi Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant has some superb food on offer and friendly staff, only too happy to help.
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