Hotels in Coventry Reviews
Newest Review: ... very clean and the theme had been carefully thought out, ie with a heavily dressed window, the colours and lighting in the room and with concealed tea coffee making faciities and trousers press. Its quite nice to go around the room and explore!! The actual bathroom was much brighter than the main room so good for checking you make up after you have put it on in the dim light of the main room! There was a full lenth mirror behind the door as well which wasa nice touch as most females prefer to get a full lengh view!! The bar is lovely and is nice and relaxing to sit in, filter coffee for 2 was £3.50 and that included biscuits and fudge whi... more
Customer Hotels in Coventry Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/09/08 (Very useful, 59 readings)
My Favouret hotel in Coventry is Coombe Abbey country house, from the no ordinary hotel group. My partner decided to book us into the Coombe Abbey hotel for 2 nights for my birthday. We arrived around 4:30, half an hour after checking time and we were swiftly checked in by a friendly receptionist and directed to our room on the second floor - room 219 which was a crown double room. As we waited for the lift we looked around in amazment at the themed decor, much better that we had expected, the lift was even themed with fabic lining. We entered our bedroom, switched on all the lights as it was very dark, the room was stunning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/04, updated on 24/03/04 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Another week, another assessment centre, and I found myself overnighting at one of the University of Warwick's conference hotels, Scarman House. After a worrying journey, with a delayed train followed by a frightfully inept taxi driver who insisted on dropping me at the other side of campus, I was rushing to get there on time, so didn't have much time to absorb the surroundings. On arrival I was met by a member of the organisation involved, and told there was no time to check in, so dumped my bags in the left luggage room behind reception. Being a conference hotel they are flexible with check in times, and accept new delegates from 9am onwards with prior ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/01, updated on 08/05/01 (Very useful, 47 readings)
For those of you who have read a few of my ops you will probably have guessed by now, that two of my favourite hobbies are travelling and eating. I have seen the inside of many hotel rooms both for business and pleasure, as long as it is en-suite, all the hotel rooms start to blend into one, it is the facilities, location and food whch distinguishes them. We chose the Novotel based solely on price for a visit to the NEC a few years ago. LOCATION The hotel is situated at Junction 3 of the M6, and has 98 en-suite rooms. Mid-week charges vary, but we paid £110 for two nights bed and breakfast (I believe this has now risen to £150). Despite being ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Hotels in Coventry
Novotel (Coventry) - Decent room, friendly service A bit out from the centre of the city
Leofric Hotel (Coventry) - Coventry - 2 or more Stars
Campanile Coventry North Hotel (England) - Reasonable price, clean room, fabulous bed! Terrible shower, heating hard to work to use and not one plug socket in the joint
Premier Inn Coventry (Binley/A46) - Price, location, service None apparent
Premier Inn Coventry East (Ansty) - Cost, Staff A little off the beaten track
Chace Hotel (Coventry) - Impressive Victorian Architecture Not up to Expectations
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