Park Inn by Radisson Telford is a modern hotel where every detail has been designed to please business travellers, conference delegates and leisure guests alike. Situated in the heart of beautiful Shropshire, this is the ideal base to explore many local attractions including the famous World Heritage site in Ironbridge, RAF Cosford, Severn Valley Steam Railway and the stunning medieval towns of Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow. The hotel is within easy access to the business district, Government buildings, Southwater and The Telford International Centre is only 0.2 miles away.
- Close to top attractions such as the Ironbridge Gorge, RAF Cosford, Severn Valley Railway and Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth and Ludlow
- Located just off junction 5 of M54 motorway
- 153 colourful and modern guest rooms
- Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel
- 24 hr. reception
- Innaction leisure centre (open to non-residents for membership)
- Excellent restaurant serving wide range of international dishes
- Comfortable bar and lounge area with ambient feel
- Television screens in bar area with a choice of sport channels
- Separate games room with pool tables and plasma television
- Eight dedicated conference rooms which can accommodate up to 475 delegates
- Ample car parking
The hotel houses 153 bright and spacious guest rooms which are ideal for the intrepid leisure and business traveller alike. Smoking rooms, interconnecting rooms and rooms for disabled guests are available upon request. Guests can enjoy our hearty breakfast buffet with a wide selection of cold cut meats, cheeses, fruit, homemade yoghurt as well as a continental dishes and a full English breakfast.
Key features - Standard room:
- Wi-Fi access
- TV/radio/alarm and sky channels
- 24 hour room service
- Priority check in and late check out (subject to availability)
- Trouser press
- Access to Innaction leisure facilities and fitness classes
- Tea and coffee-making facilities
- Laundry and dry cleaning service
- Iron and Ironing board (available upon request)
- Complimentary newspaper in reception
- Champagne, fruit and flowers can be arranged (at additional fee)
Enjoy the hospitality of our contemporary restaurant, which caters for up to 150 guests. The restaurant provides a comfortable and relaxing setting with lots of natural daylight. Popular with the locals and hotel residents, the restaurant serves a tempting menu of international and regional dishes with a contemporary twist.
- Option of healthy eating and vegetarian dishes
- Children's menu
- Caters for people with nut allergies and wheat intolerances
- Buffet-style full English or continental breakfast
- Light meals can be enjoyed in the comfort of the bar/lounge area
- Working lunches for delegates
- Mood colour lighting during the evenings
- Private dining
- Highchairs available
As the largest conferencing venue in the area, the Park Inn by Radisson Telford offers 8 excellent meeting rooms which can accommodate up to 475 delegates. Situated on the ground floor, all rooms come with natural light, the latest audiovisual equipment and high-speed Internet access. Due to its size and special features, the Telford Suite is popular for large functions such as charity events, weddings, seminars and has the ability to showcase commercial products such as machinery and vehicles.
Unique to Park Inn by Radisson, our dedicated team can help arrange a colourful meeting for your next event. Tailored to suit your needs, choose red for parties and launches, blue for strictly business, yellow if your aim is creativity and inspiration or green for health and harmony.
- Among the largest hotels in the area
- Can accommodate 475 delegates
- Ideal venue for corporate banquets, weddings, birthday parties, exhibitions and seminars
- Video conferencing, translation cabins and state-of-the-art equipment
- Self-contained conference area
- Specialised Conference Manager for expert on- hands help during your meeting
- Complimentary room for one night for the organizer of a residential conference
- Syndicate rooms for break out during your event
- Working lunches
- Separate entrance for vehicles and large machinery
- Private bar available
- Concierge Service
- Individual climate control
- Registration/cloakroom area
- Direct-dial telephones
- Secretarial support; pc, printer, facsimile and copying
- Natural light
- High ceilings
Telford is named in honour of renowned eighteenth century road builder and engineer Thomas Telford, Shropshire's first county surveyor. Telford's high-tech buildings and modern technology marks it out as a town of the future, and this is nowhere more evident than in its forward thinking approach to shopping.
Central focus of the town's splendid selection of attractions is the Telford Shopping centre. Shropshire's largest shopping centre is open seven days a week, and combines over 140 stores under one roof. There is a shopmobility unit, providing pushchairs and wheelchairs. There are award -winning baby feeding and changing rooms, while the Toy Box crèche provides safe, supervised and reasonably-priced care for children, allowing parents to relax and enjoy their shopping. When it comes to shopping, the Telford Centre's got the market cornered!
Attractions near Telford
Ironbridge Gorge Museums (4 Miles) : This is the valley that changed our world, this is where the Industrial Revolution began.
Iron Bridge (4 Miles): This, the world's first iron bridge was cast by local ironmaster Abraham Darby and erected over the River Seven in 1779.
Lilleshall Abbey (4 Miles): Lilleshall Abbey was dissolved in 1538, yet today its extensive and peaceful ruins are an evocative reminder of the lives of its Augustinian canons.
Buildwas Abbey (4 Miles): Set beside the River Severn, against a backdrop of wooded gardens, are the remains of this Cistercian abbey.
Royal Air Force Museum Cosford (6 Miles): The Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford houses one of the largest aviation collections in the United Kingdom.
Weston Park (7 Miles): Visit Weston Park, set in the spectacular Shropshire countryside, and you will marvel at the beautiful Seventeenth Century House and the splendour of the 1,000 acre Parkland in which it rests.
Wenlock Priory (7 Miles): Wenlock Priory with its striking clipped topiary has a pastoral setting on the edge of lovely Much Wenlock.
Wroxeter Roman City (8 Miles): Visiting the museum at Wroxeter gives a good insight into what life was like in a big Roman city. The museum tracks life from before the Romans arrived through to what happened after they left.
Boscobel House (8 Miles): This beautiful but modest timber framed house sheltered Charles II after defeat at Worcester. In 1651 he evaded capture by sheltering in an oak tree, which soon became known as the 'Royal Oak'.
Attingham Park (9 Miles): Attingham Park was built in 1785 for the 1st Lord Berwick. It has a picture gallery by John Nash, magnificent Regency interiors and collections of silver, Italian furniture and Grand Tour paintings.
Haughmond Abbey (9 Miles): The extensive ruins of the 12th century Haughmond Augustinian Abbey can be found at Shropshire's Upton Magna.
Wightwick Manor (12 Miles) This fascinating house contains one of the finest collections of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. Visitors can explore this Victorian masterpiece with its Great Parlour and timber-framed exterior.
Shrewsbury Castle and The Shropshire Regimental Museum (12 Miles): Shropshire Regimental Museum houses the collections of the four Shropshire Regiments - King's Shropshire light Infantry, Shropshire Yeomanry, Shropshire Royal Horse Artillery and 4th Bn King's Shropshire Light Infantry TA.
Coleham Pumping Station (13 Miles): Magnificent Renshaw beam engines in 1901 pumping house.
Hodnet Hall Gardens (13 Miles): Winner of the Christies Historic Houses Association 'Garden of the Year' Award for 1985, and subject of numerous BBC radio and television programmes.