The Britannia Coventry Hill Hotel is a modern hotel offering a spacious reception area, fantastic restaurant and comfortable rooms. It is situated close to the A45, which connects Coventry and Birmingham and is located just 9 miles from Birmingham Airport. If you are looking for Coventry Hotels close to the airport, this is the perfect choice.
The hotel also features Seasons carvery restaurant, offering bright and spacious dining, as well as a great range of hot and cold dishes. The Windmill Bar is an intimate environment with a range of drinks and bar snacks on offer.
All 192 en-suite bedrooms are comfortable and decorated with soft colours. They have TV, telephone, trouser press and tea/coffee making facilities.
Coventry is the 11th largest city in the UK and is famous for the Cathedral and its history. There are many things to do in and around Coventry; the highly rated Transport Museum is just 3 miles away and Coombe Abbey Country Park is just 8 miles away, providing a stunning scenic day out for families.
This property is at an elevation of approximately 397 feet / 121.1 metres above sea level
General Location and Nearby
Outer City Centre Location - 2.9 miles from the Centre of Coventry
Facilities at the accommodation Shower or Bath Restaurant / Meal Options Special Diet Options Bar Car Parking onsite / close by TV in Room Children Welcome Pets Allowed WiFi - Internet Access Disabled Facilities Lift / Elevator Conference Space
Facilities Nearby Entertainment Bar / Pub Restaurant/s
Hotel Travel & Directions Hub
Distances are direct straight line
Birmingham Airport Solihull West Midlands B26 3QJ 6.9 miles
East Midlands Airport Castle Donington Leicestershire DE74 2SA 29.3 miles
Coventry Airport Baginton Warwickshire CV3 4FR 5.3 miles
Bruntingthorpe Airfield Bruntingthorpe Leicestershire LE17 5QS 19.8 miles
M42 Junction 6 Birmingham (E), Birmingham International Rail, Birmingham Airport interchange, N.E.C 6.0 miles
M69 Junction M6 J2 Coventry (North), Birmingham, The South, Rugby, Kettering ,Coventry (Central) 6.2 miles
Cared for by English Heritage, this castle was first built in the 1120's with further building works carried out several times over several hundred years - the castle is now ruined but still contains substantial areas to tour including gardens.
The current Cathedral is a relatively modern building standing alongside the shell of the former cathedral which was sadly destroyed by fire during a 1940's air arid during WWII. Visitors to the Cathedral are welcome as a small donation helps to provide free admission
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