I wouldn't stay here even if I was homeless.The 1st guy I spoke to was friendly but I got the impression that he thought he was doing me a favour by saying "for you darling,it's £30 a night".I paid £60 upfront for 2 nights.The room was a [--].The bathroom & toilet was worse than filthy,no lock on the door.The hotel itself reeked big time.After 75 minutes I decided to leave.I saw another guy,asked for a refund,but he only gave me £30 back saying as I was there for just over an hour I couldn't have a full refund.I just took it & got out.There were mainly homeless misfits living there.I would rather rough it than step foot in this "hotel".I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone,not even if it was free.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Wulfrun Hotel has been taken over by a New Management Team. It has been newly refurbished to a high standard, with en-suite rooms. The Wulfrun Hotel is based in Wolverhampton City Centre. It has comfortable rooms refurbished to a high standard with modern amenities. The Wulfrun Hotel is close to Wolverhampton University, the Grand Theatre, the local nightlife and the Mander Shopping Centre. The Train and Bus station are within walking distance. Birmingham Airport, NEC, Cadbury World and the National Sea Life Centre are all within 14 miles. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Wulfrun Hotel Wolverhampton, England