Britannia Hotel Coventry

Address: Fairfax Street, Coventry, Warwickshire, England, CV1 5RP, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Fairfax Street, Coventry, is near Coventry Transport Museum, Heritage Motor Centre, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, and Lady Godiva Statue.
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        • Restaurant

        Features

        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed

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        • Room service
        • Business Services
         

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBritannia Hotel Coventry

        Reviewed by gmharrex

        Almost modern

        Reviewed Sep 15, 2016
        by (10 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

        Catherdral side, we were blessed with trouser
        Press. Quite new by recent standards. No charm.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Britannia Hotel Coventry

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair
         

        Travel Blogs from Coventry

        Miles of Tiles on the Way to Coventry

        A travel blog entry by gmharrex on Sep 15, 2016

        1 comment, 9 photos

        The evening meal at Tally Ho inn last night was, as predicted, a hearty home cooked feast with a local beer to go with it. This morning was very foggy - nothing to do with the aforementioned ale - and we set off slowly along the lanes.

        Today's adventure was at Ironbridge and Jackfield in the Midlands. The Iron Bridge was built in 1779 and …

        Arrived... the stats

        A travel blog entry by midge_david on Nov 09, 2015

        7 comments

        We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...

        42,500+ km

        145 days

        14 countries between the US and the UK.

        60+ towns, cities and hotels.

        We're still working on the blog and will continue to post for a few ...

        A Series of Peculiar Events

        A travel blog entry by devin.wilson on Oct 29, 2015

        ... strangers to acquaintances instead of actual friends. There was one guy named Caiden that I enjoyed talking to because he had alot of questions about Texas, but the next day I couldn't find him on facebook so a lasting friendship probably wont happen. Back to the night of the bar crawl, we eventually passed a drunken man flailing about in the street who grabbed one of the girls we were with. She was understandably scared and ...

        Sent to Coventry.

        A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on Sep 14, 2015

        15 photos

        ... an indoor venue to explore. Coventry Transport Museum fitted the bill just fine and it was free.

        Coventry Transport Museum houses the largest publicly owned collection of British vehicles in the world and tells the story of the rise and fall of Coventry's largest industry. We spent several hours checking out the exhibits of everything from bicycles, early and late model cars, army vehicles and of course motorcycles. The museum is well set out ...

        Being sent to Coventry

        A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 04, 2013

        1 comment, 50 photos

        ... of punched cards which pushed in or let drop out a matrix of little pins, thus determining which colour of weft thread was used. The punched cards were direct ancestors of the punched cards which then programmed all big mainframe computers in the 1970s and 1980s, and as that is how I programmed the big IBM 360 and 370 when I was at Uni and then working in my first job in the early 80s, it was really quite exciting – like finding one’s ...