Britannia Hotel Wolverhampton: History and scenery in the West Midlands
The Britannia Hotel Wolverhampton is your perfect base for a business or leisure trip to this attractive and small city. Wolverhampton, in Englands West Midlands region, is both charming and historic. It is said to be named after the Anglo-Saxon Lady Wulfrun, who founded the little town in 985 A.D. For several centuries, Wolverhampton was a bustling market town specializing in wool, and later became an important mining and production city during the Industrial Revolution. Today, the Britannia keeps you connected to the history of Wolverhampton while providing the comforts of spacious and modern accommodation.
Youll admire the Britannia Hotel Wolverhamptons elegant Victorian facade. There are 117 ensuite rooms at the Britannia and guests can choose from Saver rooms, Standard rooms, Superior rooms, and luxurious Executive Suites with king size beds and canopies. All Britannia rooms have TV, direct-dial telephones, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities, and more. There are special bedrooms and bathrooms available for guests with limited mobility. There is a disabled-access bathroom on the ground floor right at the reception area and 24-hour room service is available. A lift reaches all floors of the Wolverhampton property. Britannia guests can park at either of the two parking areas within 200 meters of the premises. Wolverhamptons central train station is just a one-minute walk from the Britannia. Friendly, casual Jennys Restaurant serves a full English breakfast, nicknamed the Big Britannia Breakfast. Jennys has regular pre-theater dinners, popular with both locals and guests, so you wont miss a show at the historic Grand Theatre Wolverhampton right next door. There are over 320,000 visitors to this impressive theater every year. The Stage Door, the Britannias bar, is open daily until 11pm. Wifi service is free in public areas of the Britannia. There is 24 hour reception, and be sure to ask the staff if youd like to arrange any extra special amenities for your stay, such as champagne and chocolates or a late checkout. The Britannia has extensive conference facilities, suitable for an intimate meeting or training session of 12 delegates up to large-scale events of 200 guests. All conference rooms are accessible for handicapped guests. All Britannia function spaces are on the ground floor or first floor and many have natural lighting. The elegant Regency Suite and Victoria Suite are popular for large weddings in Wolverhampton. The Central Conference Team at Wolverhampton can help you explore all the options and explain the competitive 24-Hour Rate and Day Delegate packages. The Britannia is a pet-friendly property.
The attentive Britannia Hotel Wolverhampton staff can help you plan some local exploring. Right in the town youll find several eclectic outdoor markets and the Merry Hill Shopping Experience. Some attractions around Wolverhampton are the Arena Theatre and Wolverhampton Art Gallery. For animal lovers, there is the West Midlands Safari and Park, a wildlife sanctuary, as well as Dudley Zoo and Castle. Walsall Arboretum is a scenic natural attraction just outside Wolverhampton.
Whatever your purpose in Wolverhampton, youll find the Britannia to be a contemporary accommodation with classic hospitality.