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A wonderful stay - only wished we could have stayed longer. We have visited Coombe park many times but this is the first time we have stayed overnight. Very attentive hotel staff made navigating this wonderful old building very easy. The lobby looks like something right out of a story book (vaulted ...
Central hotel with its own reasonably priced car park. Stayed one night whilst in Coventry for a family celebration. The hotel is a good way through its renovation and our room looked freshly finished
Nice hotel when you walk in and the spa is lovely. Problem was the room was too hot. Told reception and asked them to look at. 2 hours later a lady turned up confirmed the radiator was on and said she would send someone up as it shouldn't have been. No one turned up. So had a very uncomfortable ...
Stayed 22.06.17 - 25.06.17 had room 215 overlooking the golf course. Lovely attention to detail of the gardens. All the staff were really welcoming & friendly. Spotlessly clean & tidy. Everything you could want in the room. Bed a little soft for me, but ideal for partner. Swimming pool was cold, ...
Coventry is a great, historic city with a huge number of entertainment venues and cultural attractions for visitors. If you’re based at one of the city’s luxurious four star hotels you’ll have not only a full range of facilities and services at your disposal, but you’ll also be close to most of Coventry’s top attractions.
Coventry has a full range of musical events showcasing local and national talent, including a popular international jazz festival. The historic Godiva Festival in July is a colourful carnival parade between the city centre and War Memorial Park, where a range of lively events takes place. From your base in one of the city’s excellent 4-star hotels you’ll easily be able to get to these events, and many others.
Coventry also has a dynamic movie scene. Not many people know, for example, that the sewers that featured in the chase sequence of the original version of The Italian Job, supposedly under Turin, were actually under Coventry!
The Coventry Transport Museum attracts visitors from across the country to see its superb collection of British-made vehicles, including Thrust2 and ThrustSSC, which were world speed record-breaking cars. The old Roman Lime Fort is also well worth a visit from your four star hotel base, and the Midland Air Museum is on the outskirts of the city. Drop into the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, one of the biggest of its kind in the area, to see collections of various types of artworks from down the centuries.
You’ll enjoy a selection of services and facilities that come as standard when you book in to four star hotels in Coventry city centre or on the outskirts of town. Free and fast broadband WiFi is almost invariably one of these, and business travellers in particular will find this pretty much a necessity, but as mobile devices are ubiquitous nowadays, it’s always a useful facility to have. Coventry’s four star hotels also often feature fitness rooms and steam baths, and the front desk will arrange the booking of theatre tickets and arrange taxis if you’re heading out on the town. Rooms and suites in this class of hotel are spacious, comfortable and beautifully furnished, with smart dining rooms offering meals throughout the day. These are often specially prepared by top chefs and some hotels have themed nights featuring show cooking.