Quality Hotel Wolverhampton

A Hotel in Wolverhampton, West Midlands

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Penn Road
West Midlands

Quality Hotel Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton

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Accommodation Description:

Goldthorn Hotel and Leisure Club (formerly known as Quality Hotel Wolverhampton) is ideally situated to explore the rich heritage of the Heart of England. The hotel offers a superb restaurant with an excellent local reputation for food and service, two bars and full leisure facilities including an indoor swimming pool and gym. Nearby attractions are Cadbury World, Alton Towers, the Black Country Museum, Dudley Zoo and West Midlands Safari Park.

The hotel also features free Wi-Fi and free car parking.

3 star rating

From: £24.00

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