Good and bad.The hotel is a bit of a rabbit warren with loads of stairs and no lifts so clearly unsuitable for those who struggle to get around.It is by a busy main road so dont expect views of the rolling hillside but it is handy for the football ground (Wolves) and the city.Rooms are adequate without being luxurious.Food was OK without being anything special.The hotel was extremely (uncomfortably) warm but it was an unusually mild day.Staff were all very helpful,attentive and friendly.We booked specifically as it had an indoor pool for our wee one to have a dip but the night before someone had re-created the "Dukes of Hazard" and driven Keith Moon style into the deep end so the pool was out of service.If you are looking for somewhere to stay in this location you could do worse but it isnt somewhere where you would rush to stay for a relaxing weekend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Within easy reach of M6/M54/M5 and NEC, the Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel offers some pleasant surprises. With original features throughout the bar area and a contemporary restaurant, the hotel provides an excellent setting from which to base your visit to the Midlands. There is also the opportunity to upgrade to one of six, four poster rooms, besides the other 76 well appointed en-suite bedrooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Goldthorn Hotel Leisure