'To many, no doubt, he will seem to be somewhat blatant and bumptious, but we prefer to regard him as being simply British.â€ These words about the real British character were said by the Irish playwright, novelist, essayist and poet Oscar Wilde.
The City of Statues and Kings
Wolverhampton is a city and all together â€“ a metropolitan borough of the West Midlands in England. It is said that the town got its name after the founder Wulfrun, who founded the town in the year 985. During the industrial revolution Wolverhampton grew as one of the most important centers of motorcycle and car industry. What is more, Wolverhampton is also famous for having the UK's first set of traffic lights at Princes Square. It is still originally painted in black and white as in the old days. Hundreds of tourists come to this city to enjoy the historic parts of the town so if you are one of those, wishing to see the oldest traffic lights in the whole great Britain and some other famous sites of Wolverhampton, go along and read what we have prepared for you about this town. You will not only get some important information on where to go and what to see in this beautiful British town, but also what kind of hotels in Wolverhampton would fit your needs. Even though all Wolverhampton hotels are very quaint and accommodating, sometimes you just need a good recommendation.
Budget Hotels in Wolverhampton
Why not begin with some cheap hotels in Wolverhampton: Barons Court Hotel, Mercure Wolverhampton Goldthorn Hotel, Premier Inn Wolverhampton North Hotel or Ely House Hotel. All of these cheap hotels are mostly owned by the local families, who have been working there for decades. They know what kind of rooms, services and food their visitors really enjoy and need.
Luxurious Places to Stay in Wolverhampton
We even have something to offer for those, who are not going to stay on the budget while on vacation. If you have some extra dollars to spend, you should definitely check out these Wolverhampton hotels: A Park View Hotel & Hamiltons Restaurant, Ramada Park Hall Wolverhampton or Brockencote Hall Hotel. These classy hotels in Wolverhampton are well known for their high quality and good reviews. You can look for them on their internet websites: normally they keep an open review box for those visitors, who are not sure about the hotels quality.Â
Where The First Lights Were Lit
But what else can you do in Wolverhampton after visiting all the famous sites? Go ahead and visit Wightwick Manor and Gardens, Moseley Old Hall, St. Peters Church. After spending some time at these places, you could spend some even more precious time in local nature parks like the West Park, David Austin Roses, Northycote Farm and Country Park. What is more, if the British weather would give you some rainy afternoons, don't spend them in your hotel room, better go and have a lovely meal with you companions or alone â€“ it is always good to meet some new people in such beautiful places like Wolverhampton.