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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. Very nice place! I will come back!

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8.8
Excellent
1,828 reviews
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$96
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Ramada Hotel & Suites

Hotel in Coventry

Just a 10-minute walk from Coventry Rail Station, the 4-star Ramada Hotel & Suites features a prime position at the heart of Coventry city center. Patricia on the breakfast service was v. good - keeping the coffee coming!

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8.3
Very Good
1,467 reviews
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$70
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The Jacobean Hotel

Hotel in Coventry

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. heating was turned off so portable heater worked till main heating came o

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8.2
Very Good
1,709 reviews
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$49
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Village Hotel Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

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. It’s a cosy room, I like the dyson cooler it adds an extra sense of expense and the room is the cleanest hotel room I’ve ever stayed in! I come every other week!!

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8.4
Very Good
1,278 reviews
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$90
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Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel

Hotel in Coventry

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

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8.2
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1,105 reviews
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Macdonald Ansty Hall

Hotel in Coventry

Located within a country village, the Ansty Hall Hotel is just 15 minutes’ drive from Coventry and 25 minutes' drive from Birmingham. It offers spacious rooms with modern furnishings and free parking.... Absolutely nothing to complain about :-)

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8.4
Very Good
1,197 reviews
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Quality Hotel Coventry

Hotel in Coventry

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. Breakfast had a good selection

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8
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1,109 reviews
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$40
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ibis Coventry Centre

Hotel in Coventry

With a superb central location, right in the historic center of the city and just a 5-minute walk from Coventry Train Station, the Ibis Coventry offers modern air-conditioned rooms. The staff were outstanding. They were never too busy to help and provided good and accurate info.

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8.3
Very Good
1,496 reviews
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$66
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Warwick Conferences - Arden

Hotel in Coventry

Warwick Conferences - Arden is located within mature gardens on the University of Warwick campus on the outskirts of Coventry, 3 miles from the city center. Love the facilities, staff, environment and breakfast!

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8.5
Very Good
301 reviews

Warwick Conferences - Radcliffe

Hotel in Coventry

Warwick Conferences – Radcliffe is based at the University of Warwick campus on the outskirts of Coventry, 3 miles from the city center. Tasty food and good hospitality.

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8.9
Excellent
523 reviews

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The Legacy of Legends

Southeast 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 neighboring gardens, there 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 of 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. Coventry Airport is also here, by the Midland Air Museum, where the exhibits include a Vulcan.

The Coventry Transport Museum has great examples of vehicles manufactured in the city over the years. Another point of interest are the canals north of the city's center, lined by historic 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 Center.

The city has 2 universities and tons of bars and restaurants. There are also several Coventry hotels, guesthouses and country houses on Booking.com, most with parking and some with pools.

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