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  • 35 properties in Coventry
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  • £55

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    Old Mill Hotel by Good Night Inns, Coventry
    8.7

    Fabulous
    Score from 977 reviews

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  • £37

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    Coventry Hill Hotel, Coventry
    6.1

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  • £40

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    Quality Hotel Coventry, Coventry
    7.7

    Good
    Score from 1,170 reviews

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  • £47

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    Britannia Hotel Coventry, Coventry

    Britannia Hotel Coventry 3-star hotel

    Coventry City Centre, Coventry

    6.3

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  • £43

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    Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry, Coventry
    6.7

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    Score from 2,204 reviews

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    The Legacy of Legends

    South-east of Birmingham, Coventry is best known for the shell of its old cathedral, a poignant reminder of the damage sustained during World War II. Part of its northern wall joins the new Modernist cathedral, designed by Sir Basil Spence.

    In the neighbouring gardens are remains of an 11th-century Benedictine monastery set up by Lord Leofric. His wife - Lady Godiva - became Coventry’s greatest legend by riding naked on horseback in protest at her husband’s high taxes.

    St Mary’s Guildhall is built on part of the old castle, and Baginton on the city’s outskirts houses the reconstructed Roman Lunt Fort. Also here is Coventry Airport, by the Midland Air Museum, whose exhibits include a Vulcan.

    The Coventry Transport Museum houses examples of vehicles manufactured in the city over the years. Also historic are the canals north of the city centre, lined by Grade II-listed buildings. Other attractions include the Warwick Arts Centre – the UK’s 2nd largest – and the Ricoh Arena, home of Coventry City FC. The Sky Dome Arena is an ice hockey and music venue, while the best shopping is found in Arena Park Centre.

    The city has 2 universities, so naturally features many bars and restaurants. There are also several Coventry hotels, guest houses and country houses on Booking.com, most with parking and some with pools.

    Discover the best hotels, B&Bs, Inns, and holiday rentals in Coventry, based on 28,748 real reviews from actual guests.