Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill - Dudley

A Hotel in Dudley, West Midlands

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The Waterfront Level Street
West Midlands

Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill - Dudley, Dudley

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A fine modern 4 star Hotel set in the heart of the West Midlands overlooks a picturesque Canal Marina and neighbour to the Merry Hill Shopping Centre. The Copthorne Hotel Merry Hill-Dudley is situated close to family favourite Cadbury World and Dudley Zoo and Castle. The hotel boasts excellent facilities including Faradays Restaurant which serves up a varied menu and offers views of the waterfront marina.

Guests can take full gym suite and leisure facilities; including a 15m swimming pool, steam room, solarium and sauna.

4 star rating

From: £47.50

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