£400,000 upgrade for Grade II listed hotel and spa

The Ramada Resort Park Hall Hotel in Wolverhampton is to undergo a major refurbishment.

The £400,000 revamp will transform 20 bedrooms and the venue’s 750 sq m ballroom and foyer.

The Grade II listed hotel and spa welcomed more than 31,000 overnight guests and hosted more than 250 conferences and events in 2019.

Clare Pitcher, who designed the ballroom and executive suites, said: “Through this investment we’re creating a truly unique wedding, conference and events space that will be unmatched in the local area. Improvements to the executive suites will ensure that guests of the hotel and spa can relax in style, take in the beautiful surroundings and enjoy a taste of luxury.”

Angela Bir, owner of the Ramada Resort Park Hall hotel, said: “We’re committed to increasing the number of conferences and events we can bring to Wolverhampton in 2020. These latest improvements mean we will be able to offer an incredible looking venue that can be fully adapted to the needs of our event bookers whether they’re hosting a wedding, awards ceremony or conference.

“We’re in a unique position within the city with views out across the Staffordshire countryside, but also in close proximity to major attractions such as the football ground, racecourse and Black Country Living Museum. This latest investment will help us take full advantage of our unique setting and deliver the best possible experience to our guests, whether staying overnight or joining us for an event.”

The grade II listed Ramada Resort Park Hall Hotel has 74 luxury bedrooms, a health club and spa, two restaurants, including the authentic Indian fine dining restaurant, Anju’s, as well as five acres of landscaped gardens.

The hotel has five event spaces able to accommodate up to 850 people.