Resourceful West Midlands hotel which serves both Birmingham and Coventry airports
Located on the outskirts of Coventry, the Coventry Hill Hotel is an ideal destination for those planning an overnight stay before or after travelling from two of the Midlands favourite airports.
Situated just off of the A45 main road between Birmingham and Coventry, this 3-star establishment is within easy reach of Coventry Airport and Birmingham International Airport. As such, the hotel offers a range of car parking options as an alternative to parking onsite at these airports.
The hotel itself consists of 192 bedrooms all with en-suite bathroom facilities and a range of modern amenities. A television, telephone, complimentary tea and coffee, hairdryer, and trouser press are all included as standards, as does a work desk and a lounge table and chair.
Rooms come in the form of savers, standard, and superior. Additional extras included for these more expensive rooms include complimentary newspapers and larger rooms.
The hotels restaurant, the Seasons Restaurant, serves both a continental and Full English style of breakfast each morning, although these are additional to the cost of a room. Lunchtime buffets are reasonably priced whilst the evening a la carte menu offers diners a number of seasonal and continental food choices. For something a little less formal, the Windmill Bar provides a nice meeting place, some light snacks, and a generally relaxing atmosphere.
A number of first class conference rooms allow the Coventry Hill Hotel to provide more than adequate business services for those traveling for work. As well as conferences and boardroom meetings, the hotel can also offer exhibition space, a unique touch for a business orientated hotel. Its also worth noting that the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) is only a few minutes down the road. The facilities available for meetings also allow wedding receptions to be held within the hotel.
Within Coventry itself, on the list of attractions for tourists to see are the ruins of St. Michaels Cathedral, which was bombed during World War II, and its successor, Coventry Cathedral. The latters three spires are impressive whilst the ruins of the former are thought-provoking.
One of the most popular attractions, particularly for younger children, in the region is Cadbury World. Here visitors can see how chocolate is made, relive its history, as well as enjoy a few tasters. One of the most famed chocolate makers in the world, Cadburys has been operating since 1824.
With Warwick, Stratford, and Birmingham all nearby, there are always plenty of activities outside of Coventry city centre for guests to get involved with, or attractions to visit. Those that might be of interest to visitors include Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, Coombe Abbey Country Park, and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
As well as these historically rich locations, Coventry and its surrounding towns and cities are rich with modern day facilities such as shopping centres, restaurants, pubs, bars, music venues, and sporting venues. The Ricoh Arena is host to Coventry City Football Club whilst Birminghams National Indoor Arena hosts a variety of events from pop concerts to professional wrestling events. The Coventry Hill Hotel puts its guests within reaching distance of all of these.