Wolverhampton is a city located in the West Midlands region, known for its cultural diversity and live entertainment events. The city is popular for its abundant industrial heritage with involvement in the coal mining, steel production and automotive manufacturing. The city is also popular for its vibrant nightlife and beautiful city centre, with plenty of local shops and boutiques.
Accommodation in Wolverhampton
Accommodation in Wolverhampton accommodates multiple guests as these are large houses, all come fully furnished and with equipped kitchens and many more amenities for a stress-free and comfortable stay. Serviced accommodation in Wolverhampton is open to contractors but can also be used for leisure purposes too.
Why Choose Key Sleeps
With Key Sleeps’ serviced accommodation you can lay back and relax as our booking process is hassle free. Our Wolverhampton accommodation is suitable for all contractors as it comes fully furnished and provides a fully equipped kitchen alongside all of the needed amenities for a home-like atmosphere. We provide you with the option to stay for short-term or long-term periods depending on your needs and we are flexible if you wish to extend your stay. Our aim is to meet all your expectations throughout your stay. Book a stay here!
Getting Around Swindon
Due to its strategic location, Wolverhampton is easily accessible by car via the M6 and A449 which connect the city to other major locations around the UK such as Birmingham, Coventry, Stafford, Manchester and more. The nearest international airport is in Birmingham, only 26 miles away with the option of domestic or international travel. While in the city of Wolverhampton, there are various options of transport, from using a local taxi to the public transport bus which connect the city from one side to another, with the availability of day, week or month travel passes. Wolverhampton Train Station provides a direct line into London Euston and Manchester Piccadilly.
Things to do in Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton has plenty of attractions and activities to suit everyone. The city is home to Wolverhampton Football Club, where you can do a stadium tour or explore the Wolves Museum. Within a 20 minutes drive you can find the Royal Air Force Museum where you can explore the history of aviation. If you are a fan of musicals, comedy, music or dance shows, head to the Grand Theatre and experience the live performances. Those interested in nature, the West Park is available for a relaxing and peaceful walk. The Wolverhampton Art Gallery is home to artwork from the 17th century. In the city you can find different restaurants from the popular Italian cuisine at Fiume Italian Bar and Restaurant to global dining buffet Cosmo, and if you prefer late evenings, The Bohemian Bar has a wide range of drinks available.
Working in Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton is called the ‘city of opportunities’, located in the heart of the UK’s largest skilled worker area. The city is known for its career growth potential and diverse job prospects available in the area. There are ample opportunities across different sectors such as manufacturing, engineering, logistics and more. The local economy has grown over the years with more companies headquartered in the city. This has also helped with the employment rate which has increased in the past few years. The city is always in need of contractors with different expertise to use their skills in different temporary jobs. There are multiple support opportunities for entrepreneurs in the area as well as advisory services for those who are growing their startups, this makes a city a great place for a startup to be launched in. Middle sized businesses and other large organisations can also be found in the city providing job opportunities and contributing to the economy.
Whether you’re working in the area or looking for holiday accommodation in Wolverhampton, we can help you. Book your stay here!