Hotels in Coventry

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About Coventry

How can I find hotels in Coventry?

Coventry is an ancient industrial city in the heart of England's Midlands region. One of the city's most famous landmarks is Coventry Cathedral.  As well as being a centre for industry in the United Kingdom, the city has a reputation for its contribution to the arts. Among the many popular tourist attractions in Coventry are the Herbert Art Gallery and St. Mary's Guildhall. From the historic Spon Street area to the National Motor Museum, Coventry is blessed with a vast array of things to do and see. But if you're going to get the most out of your visit, you need to book a hotel in Coventry as quickly as possible - and for a great price. This is where Opodo comes in. You can search for hotels using a range of criteria, so you only see results that match your requirements. And when you've found the ideal accommodation, you can reserve your room in a matter of seconds.

What must I see in Coventry?

Before you do anything in Coventry, make sure you check out the Lady Godiva exhibits and the Peeping Tom Clock in the city centre. Once you've seen that, learn about Coventry's most famous legend at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum on Jordan Well. If you're in need of more local history, spend an hour or so at Coventry Doom, a stunning 15th-century mural that has been in situ for 500 years. A short distance from the city centre is Caludon Castle - a ruinous fortification that is believed to be where the first performance of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was staged. Although much of the old Coventry was destroyed during World War Two, some stunningly preserved houses from the Medieval era survived. Take a stroll down Spon Street to see these ancient, timber-framed houses at close quarters. You'll find Ford's Hospital close by, which is a 500-year-old house that housed the city's elderly and infirm for centuries. Coventry has an affinity with the car production industry in Britain. To get a feel for this heritage, spend a few hours at the Coventry Transport Museum in the city centre. The National Motor Museum is just a short walk away. This proud city has an inextricable link to World War Two. Known by many as the "Dresden of Britain," the city was almost completely destroyed after weeks of incessant German bombing. Pay your respects at the War Memorial Park, which is also a great place for a stroll away from the hustle and bustle of city life. There are also plenty of great outdoor attractions in Coventry. If you have energetic kids in tow, spend a day at Go Ape Coventry in the grounds of the resplendent Coombe Abbey. Or view a range of wild animals at West Midlands Safari Park, which does incredible work in the field of conservation and animal welfare.

Where should I stay in Coventry? 

There are some very cheap hotels in Coventry, you just know where to look. For instance, you can pick up some great bargains around the Coventry Transport Museum. A lot of the best accommodation is located along the city's inner ring road. If you book far enough in advance, you should be able to pick up some of Coventry's best hotel deals. If you'd prefer to stay in a quieter area, head out to the likes of Daimler Green, Finham, Whitley and Allesley Park. Wherever you end up staying, booking a hotel in Coventry isn't always a straightforward process. The city is very popular with tourists and business travellers throughout the year. To avoid missing out on your preferred accommodation, book a hotel today with Opodo.

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