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Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry, hotel in Coventry

Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

Set in 11 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland, Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry offers wonderful scenic views and an on-site health and leisure club, just 3 miles from central Coventry.

5.6
Above average
6,852 reviews
Price from£52per night
Britannia Hotel Coventry, hotel in Coventry

Britannia Hotel Coventry

Hotel in Coventry City Centre, Coventry

Next to Coventry Cathedral, the Britannia is a 5-minute walk from the city’s shops, theatres and restaurants. It offers en suite rooms, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant with cathedral views.

5.6
Above average
6,075 reviews
Price from£54per night
Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Coventry, hotel in Coventry

Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

Just a 10-minute walk from Coventry Rail Station, the 4-star Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Coventry boasts a prime position at the heart of Coventry city centre.

8.1
Very good
3,545 reviews
Price from£87.40per night
Novotel Coventry, hotel in Coventry

Novotel Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

Just 10 minutes from Coventry centre, Novotel Coventry offers modern rooms with en suite facilities, a gym and a bar. With an on-site restaurant, there is also a large garden and children’s play area....

7.6
Good
2,995 reviews
Price from£80per night
Windmill Village Hotel, Golf Club & Spa, BW Signature Collection, hotel in Coventry

Windmill Village Hotel, Golf Club & Spa, BW Signature Collection

Hotel in Coventry

On the outskirts of Coventry and with easy access to the area's major roads and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), the hotel has its own 18-hole golf course and 20-metre indoor pool.

7.6
Good
2,812 reviews
Price from£107.10per night
Coombe Abbey Hotel, hotel in Coventry

Coombe Abbey Hotel

Hotel in Coventry

Originally a 12th-century Cistercian abbey, this 4-star hotel is set in 500 acres of picturesque grounds. A 15-minute drive from Coventry, it offers elegant rooms decorated with historical artifacts.

8.3
Very good
2,366 reviews
Price from£110per night
DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry Building Society Arena, hotel in Coventry

DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry Building Society Arena

Hotel in Coventry

Situated in the Coventry Building Society Arena, on the outskirts of Coventry, DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry Building Society Arena offers modern rooms with pitch views.

7.5
Good
1,513 reviews
Price from£68.46per night
ibis Coventry Centre, hotel in Coventry

ibis Coventry Centre

Hotel in Coventry

Ibis Coventry Centre is going Cashless from 1st August 2023 With a superb central location, right in the historic centre of the city and just 5 minutes’ walk from Coventry Railway Station, the Ibis...

7.7
Good
2,734 reviews
Price from£66per night
DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry, hotel in Coventry

DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

This modern hotel with stylish surroundings has an excellent location, off junction 2 of the M6/M69 interchange.

7.7
Good
1,910 reviews
Price from£110.37per night
Days Inn Corley NEC - M6, hotel in Coventry

Days Inn Corley NEC - M6

Hotel in Coventry

A 20-minute drive from Birmingham NEC, Days Inn Corley is just off the M6 motorway and offers modern rooms with a flat-screen TV. There is free on-site parking and free WiFi.

8.2
Very good
1,657 reviews
Price from£58.99per night
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Coventry's best hotels with breakfast

  • Village Hotel Coventry
    Breakfast options

    Village Hotel Coventry has a wide range of leisure facilities including a gym and a health. There are a choice of two places to eat and an on-site Starbucks.

    Great location. Facilities excellent. Staff friendly

    7.6
    Good · 1,946 reviews
  • Windmill Village Hotel, Golf Club & Spa, BW Signature Collection
    Breakfast options

    On the outskirts of Coventry and with easy access to the area's major roads and the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), the hotel has its own 18-hole golf course and 20-metre indoor pool.

    Nice quiet place to relax the swimming pool was nice

    7.6
    Good · 2,812 reviews
  • Novotel Coventry
    Breakfast options

    Just 10 minutes from Coventry centre, Novotel Coventry offers modern rooms with en suite facilities, a gym and a bar. With an on-site restaurant, there is also a large garden and children’s play area.

    Easy to find . Great location for what we needed .

    7.6
    Good · 2,995 reviews
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Coventry
    Breakfast options

    This modern hotel with stylish surroundings has an excellent location, off junction 2 of the M6/M69 interchange.

    Very well maintained and plenty of parking , very clean

    7.7
    Good · 1,910 reviews
  • Citrus Hotel Coventry South by Compass Hospitality
    Breakfast options

    Located 6 miles south of the historic city of Coventry, Citrus Hotel Coventry by Compass Hospitality offers well-appointed en suite accommodation with free private parking facilities.

    staff make this hotel they are so friendly and chatty

    7.2
    Good · 200 reviews
  • Warwick Conferences - Scarman
    Breakfast options

    Warwick Conferences – Scarman offers accommodation at the University of Warwick campus, on the outskirts of Coventry, 4.8 km from the city centre.

    Evening meal good, Breakfast excellent and my room was spotless.

    8.3
    Very good · 1,768 reviews
  • Quality Hotel Coventry
    Breakfast options

    Located just off the A45, the award-winning Quality Hotel Coventry offers complementary Wi-Fi throughout the building as well as a relaxing sauna and steam room.

    Very clean rooms, lots of space and friendly staff.

    8.0
    Very good · 75 reviews

Budget hotels in Coventry

  • The Jacobean Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    The privately owned Jacobean Hotel is set within a 16th century Jacobean farmhouse. It has been designed to combine original character with modern facilities and features free Wi-Fi.

    Location and bed was very comfortable. Very clean room.

    7.4
    Good · 1,589 reviews
  • Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry
    Cheap hotel

    Set in 11 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland, Royal Court Hotel & Spa Coventry offers wonderful scenic views and an on-site health and leisure club, just 3 miles from central Coventry.

    Not as bad as the reviews excellent value for money

    5.6
    Above average · 6,854 reviews
  • Britannia Hotel Coventry
    Cheap hotel

    Next to Coventry Cathedral, the Britannia is a 5-minute walk from the city’s shops, theatres and restaurants. It offers en suite rooms, free Wi-Fi and a restaurant with cathedral views.

    Location was right next to the bus station and the empire

    5.6
    Above average · 6,076 reviews
  • ibis Coventry South
    Cheap hotel

    Conveniently located between the Jaguar engineering centre and the David Lloyd Centre, the hotel offers free parking and en suite accommodation at great-value rates.

    I like the staff really good and best service ever

    6.9
    Pleasant · 1,348 reviews
  • ibis Coventry Centre
    Cheap hotel

    Ibis Coventry Centre is going Cashless from 1st August 2023 With a superb central location, right in the historic centre of the city and just 5 minutes’ walk from Coventry Railway Station, the Ibis...

    The hotel was nice and quiet and the room was very warm

    7.7
    Good · 2,735 reviews
  • Cocked Hat by Greene King Inns
    Cheap hotel

    This traditional hotel is just 4 miles from Coventry city centre. Located just off the A46, with great road links to the M6 and M40 motorways, it offers refurbished rooms and free parking.

    Convenient location, easy parking & nice clean room

    7.7
    Good · 1,227 reviews
  • Haigs Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    This family-run hotel is in the village of Balsall Common. It is on the A452 between Coventry and Solihull. The hotel has free Wi-Fi, free parking, light en suite rooms and an impressive restaurant.

    A simple and well cooked breakfast and a good buffet.

    7.6
    Good · 476 reviews
  • Coventry Hill Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Set in a residential area near the A45 motorway, Coventry Hill offers free parking and free Wi-Fi, a 25-minute drive from the NEC exhibition centre and 2 km from Coventry.

    The location to Allesley Village and the room rates

    5.2
    Average · 834 reviews

FAQs about hotels in Coventry

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.

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What guests said about Coventry:

  • 8.0

    I'm from Coventry and know it well.

    I'm from Coventry and know it well. Although I feel affection for my home city, I don't actually like it very much. There are some brilliant attractions, nice restaurants, and the city centre can be pleasant on a summer's day; however much of the city looks dirty and worn, and I don't always feel safe walking in the city at night. For this reason a city centre hotel with parking on the outskirts entails using cabs or buses to reach the car, which adds expense. I think for a visitor though those things are manageable; Coventry's no worse, probably better and safer, than many cities; it's just not like it was when I grew up there. I'm surprised the Transport Museum and the Herbert Gallery are not listed as attractions to rate here. The city also has a proud and deserved musical heritage (Two-Tone) and there are exhibits about this, and some wonderfully preserved mediaeval buildings (Spon Street and elsewhere). There is a fascinating preserved archaeological dig in the cathedral quarter that was extensively covered by Time Team.
    Becky
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    There's plenty to do for a weekend visit: the Transport...

    There's plenty to do for a weekend visit: the Transport Museum is one none of the best in the country & certainly one located in the middle of the city centre. Herbert Gallery has a great location in a terrific building & location. Coventry Cathedral is beautiful & unique & a wonderful example of post-war British architecture as is the shopping area made up of a series of interlocking pedestrian precincts that was Britain's first. The 1950s architecture is fantastic & a little bit like time-travelling as it is largely complete & unspoilt. There is plenty of shopping opportunities with a really wide mix of shops that makes the city centre a place for everyone & this is shown to be true as, at the weekends, it's full of people & provides a dynamic atmosphere to the city.
    Nigel
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0

    Poor venues and extremely scruffy.

    Poor venues and extremely scruffy. No street cleaning and fines for parking, bus lanes, speed traps, poor roads with huge pot holes in all areas. Stupid shared pedestrian and car areas in main traffic routes.
    Janet
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0

    The duvet was thin and weren't strong and warm enough.

    The duvet was thin and weren't strong and warm enough. The door you can't even lock it as anyone could walk in but tried few times to lock it not happy about that. Asked staff nicely to book a taxi but took ages but then went to get flag one down to luckily get one and the central heating it weren't hot enough but wouldn't recommend staying there again unless sort it out
    Rooprai
  • 2.0

    It feels a bit pointless giving Coventry a bad review,...

    It feels a bit pointless giving Coventry a bad review, because whoever has been there must know it is such a depressing place. Since I went to both Birmingham and Coventry in the 1980s, only the former has improved as a city (and greatly!), but Coventry is a ghastly mess that makes Croydon look like Tenerife. It's as if the worst Heathrow airport suburbs had been cut and pasted around multi-storey car parks and inner-city flyovers. All places have something for someone, of course, and there's a cathedral that might appeal to some, but ugliness is the town's most obvious characteristic.
    peter
    Spain
  • 2.0

    You should never come to Coventry. The city is just sad.

    You should never come to Coventry. The city is just sad. There is nothing to do here and I don't feel motivated to go out at all. So far I haven't seen any interesting bars or restaurants. If you can, do yourself a favor and just don't come here.
    Leo
    Brazil

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Coventry

  • 8.3
    Very good · 1,768 reviews
    What an amazing surprise! I had expected just a simple convenient hotel as I had business at Warwick University just across the road. However, I was incredibly surprised at the overall experience - the value, comfort, and super well fitted out room. In fact I was offered an upgrade and the room with a balcony, bath, king bed and Nespresso machine was fantastic! Add to that a pillow menu and a delicious and varied breakfast included for the price and honestly it’s the best value I’ve had in a hotel for longer than I can remember!
    Linda
    France
  • From £70 per night
    7.9
    Good · 822 reviews
    This place is not bad considering the standard of accommodation you usually find in Coventry, it's cheaper and better than most of the hotels in town. Location is nice if you want to be near the city centre, it's walkable from the train station. Room was newly decorated and clean, sheets and towels were clean and bathroom decent with plenty of hot water. Information about entering the property went into my spam box and when I called the host they were quick to reply and sort it.
    Steve
    United Kingdom
  • From £116.10 per night
    7.6
    Good · 2,812 reviews
    Up to now, this was the third Hotel I stay with and this was the great one. The room got a bath tub which I can relax. The area is big because there's a golf court and a lake within as well. I meet a group of goose there! The food taste very good in the bar also the breakfast in another restaurant great too. I spend two nights there and have a good stay in Coventry.
    FaunaC
    United Kingdom
  • From £230 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 290 reviews
    The property is located right in the centre of Coventry City Centre. There was no noise at night from the outside seeing as it is so close to all of the attractions. The property is pet friendly so we bought our dog Enzo (huge cane corso) who was a hit with everyone in the town. We definitely recommend this accommodation over any hotel
    James
    United Kingdom
  • From £115 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,545 reviews
    Room was clean and had all the facilities that we required for this trip. The breakfast was fresh and nicely cooked with a good choice of dishes. The bar was reasonably stocked and the hotel was clean and good value. The restaurant served a balanced menu and the food was well prepared. One of the best places for dinner in Coventry.
    neil
    United Kingdom
  • From £108.90 per night
    9.0
    Superb · 3,569 reviews
    A hotel with great design. Lovely spacious rooms with quality furnishings in the room and ensuite. Good variety at breakfast, well cooked. We had a lively dinner again well cooked food- venison and supreme of chicken . Highly recommended as a place to stay in Coventry.
    Kerry
    United Kingdom
  • 7.5
    Good · 1,513 reviews
    I was given a full refund. Location to conference is good as hotel is inside the arena (this did not make up for the issues I had and if I was to stay in Coventry again I would choose to stay further away from the arena rather than endure another night here!)
    K
    Kirsty Mari
    United States
  • From £79 per night
    5.6
    Above average · 6,854 reviews
    What a beautiful old hotel on gorgeous grounds. Very clean and comfortable. Have stayed here several times visiting family in Coventry and will definitely be going back. The only hotel I'll stay at when I'm visiting Coventry xx
    Catherina
    United Kingdom
  • 7.2
    Good · 37 reviews
    A very comfortable house for 4-5 travelers. Central location near to restaurants, Coventry University, Coventry market. 5-10mins drive to Coventry pool meadow bus station. Spacious lift with covered carpark, highly recommended.
    Anne Chow
    Malaysia
  • From £137.99 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,657 reviews
    For a motorway hotel this is a genuinely good place to stay. Conveniently located close to Coventry. The rooms are clean, quiet and comfortable. Staff are friendly and helpful. Have stayed here a few times now.
    Chris
    United Kingdom
  • From £75 per night
    7.4
    Good · 618 reviews
    Staff very helpful when I called with booking information problems due to booking.com system. Location is great for city centre and university, can easily walk around city centre
    Rebekah
    United Kingdom
  • From £75 per night
    5.2
    Average · 834 reviews
    The hotel was not reported on the website has housing refugees. Doors slamming & banging all night long and generally rundown hotel, clearly not what it shown on website.
    Karen
    United Kingdom
  • From £115 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 3,545 reviews
    The hotel upon entering was friendly and very clean and smart looking. We had a double suite in coventry and it was beautiful on the 13th floor the views were stunning.
    Louise
    United Kingdom
  • From £120 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 2,366 reviews
    Hotel was great. We had to ask to be put in the main building. We had booked a feature room. Walking through the grounds and all the seating areas are great.
    Danny
    United Kingdom
  • From £108.90 per night
    9.0
    Superb · 3,569 reviews
    Lovely hotel in a great location. Very good breakfast selection. Restaurant is good. Rooms are very nice lovely bathroom excellent shower.
    Holly
    Ireland
  • From £69 per night
    5.6
    Above average · 6,076 reviews
    The hotel being so close to the city centre was handy and the area was surprisingly quiet given how busy the area was.
    Mark
    United Kingdom
  • From £150 per night
    7.7
    Good · 1,395 reviews
    The hotel was a comfortable distance from Coventry. It was friendly and amenable. A pretty country house.
    Amanda
    United Kingdom
  • From £83 per night
    7.7
    Good · 2,735 reviews
    The location of the hotel was pretty good, easy to find coventry city centre and train station nearby.
    Megan
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Fabulous · 756 reviews
    Great Location for train travel and easy access to Cathedral and historic part of Coventry
    William
    Canada
  • From £79 per night
    5.6
    Above average · 6,854 reviews
    The meals were good, the location was good for me and the hotel was very good.
    Paul
    United Kingdom

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