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The hotel's located in the heart of the West Midlands and the Black Country, once the centre of industry in Great Britain and the world. We are just 2 miles from Jct 2 M5 & 4miles from Jct 9 M6 motorways, & have great local public transport links right outside our door.The hotel boasts 72 ensuite bedrooms, a combination of doubles, twins & family bedrooms, all with flat screen TV's, tea&coffee making facilities, trouser press, free high speed Wi-Fi internet access throughout, free car parking, 24hr reception, & a full service restaurant.The hotel is within easy walking distance to great local attractions including Dudley Zoo, The Black Country Museum, and the Dudley Canal and Limestone Mines.Vibrant & exciting Birmingham city centre is less than 20mins away by car; the train station is only 1 mile from our hotel, regular service takes you into Birmingham in 10 mins with having no worries about parking charges either.
Booked for an overnight stay as attending a function in the Black Country Museum over two days. Couldn't get anywhere near the car park as it was full of new white Transit vans and luxury saloon cars so had to park around the corner while...More
The room was shabby and dated. The curtains were filthy and hanging off the curtain rails. There was a leak from the bath which made the floor wet resulting in a warped bathroom door so It was very difficult and noisy to open and close....More
My family and I (9 of us) stayed at the Quality Hotel for the night whiles visiting family and attending a family gathering. The rooms were fine although the pressure in the shower was low.
The highlight of the stay however was breakfast, the chef...More
Had a meal in the conservatory restaurant, which is a strange set up - it looks like it is closing down. Only a few tables were laid for dinner and during the whole evening only 3 were occupied, again strange as the hotel looked to...More