Park Inn By Radisson Birmingham Walsall
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Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham Walsall is conveniently located just off the M6 motorway and features a restaurant and bar as well as meeting space.
Rooms range from standard to family and executive suites. All room are en suite with power showers, hairdryers, and complimentary toiletries. Rooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, work desks, coffee/tea making equipment, and climate control.
Park Inn by Radisson Birmingham Walsall features a 24-hour front desk as well as a 24-hour fitness centre. This smoke-free property also offers a business centre, pool table, and express check-in/check-out. Complimentary Wi-Fi is offered throughout the hotel.
This hotel has a restaurant and a bar. Hub Restaurant serves a variety of contemporary fare and includes a children's menu as well as vegetarian options. Hub Bar and Lounge serves up beers, wines, and cocktails as well as light pub fare.
Bescot Stadium is less than two miles away. The Walsall Library and Museum is less than three miles away.
NamePark Inn By Radisson Birmingham Walsall
AddressBescot Crescent, WS1 4SE, Walsall United Kingdom | 1.5 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +44(1922)639100 | Fax:+44(1922)709764 | Official Homepage
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