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Hotels in Wolverhampton

A city with a proud textiles heritage, Wolverhampton, whose residents are often referred to as 'Wulfrunians', existed long before the Norman Conquest, and retains a strong independent identity, despite being part of the West Midlands conurbation.

The Wolverhampton Art Gallery

One of the finest landmarks in the city is the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, which was founded in 1884 and was designed by Julius Chatwin, an acclaimed local architect. Here, you can observe thousands of artefacts related to European and Asian art from the 17th to the 20th centuries, which comprise paintings, ceramics, toys and many other fascinating historic items.

Moseley Old Hall

This attractive Elizabethan farmhouse showcases the story of the English Civil War, when King Charles II had no option but to flee the Parliamentarians, following the decisive Royalist defeat in the Battle of Worcester of 1651. The gardens contain many beautiful plants dating back to the 17th century, while the house features a charming tea room serving plenty of delightful fresh snacks.

The Grand Theatre

Celebrating its centenary in 1994, the Grand Theatre, which benefited from a multi-million pound refurbishment in 1998, organises plenty of excellent theatrical performances throughout the year, as well as numerous concerts, ballet performances, children's shows and other special events. The theatre was built by the successful local builder Henry Gough, and was designed by Charles J. Phipps, who designed many other famous theatres such as the Prince's Theatre in London and the Theatre Royal in Bath.

Dining in Wolverhampton

This city is home to many acclaimed Indian restaurants, some of the best known of which include Shimla Balti, Penn Tandoori, and the Indian, Bangladeshi and English-themed Qmin Restaurant. Other great choices include the Italian- and Spanish-inspired Café Maxsim Tapas Restaurant, Mediterranean-themed Rosse e Nero Wolverhampton, and Latuske's restaurant, which serves other delicious Continental recipes.


For an affordable, stylish venue, you can consider booking a stay at the friendly Barons Court Hotel, or choose the charismatic and hospitable A Park View Hotel. Other well-regarded Wolverhampton hotels include the value-for-money Premier Inn Wolverhampton North, the elegant York Hotel, and the budget-friendly Premier Inn Wolverhampton City Centre - Bluebricks.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Wolverhampton

What are the most booked hotels in Wolverhampton?

One of the best hotels to stay in Wolverhampton is Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel.

What is the lowest price for a double room in Wolverhampton?

Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel in Wolverhampton offers one night in a double room at the price of £33.

If I want to stay in the center of Wolverhampton, which hotels shall I consider?

Britannia Hotel Wolverhampton, Novotel Wolverhampton and Redwings Lodge Wolverhampton are located in the central neighborhood of Wolverhampton.

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