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One of the UK’s largest cities, Coventry has been a centre of commerce and industry since medieval times, but following World War 2, the it was subject to visionary reconstruction which has seen it emerge as a modern and picturesque metropolis with a vibrant and energetic atmosphere. This bold approach to town planning came to be known as Coventry's 'Festival of Britain' architectural style.
Economic growth in the city is particularly strong for the UK, and as such Coventry is an important centre of advanced manufacturing, including automotive, rail, aerospace and motorsport.
Just an hour from London, Coventry has plenty to offer as both a business centre and tourist destination. Its mix of the modern and the historic ensure that it is a town that continues to surprise and entice, whilst its central location make it a great base for those needing to reach the rest of the UK.
Accommodation in Coventry ranges from small budget hotels to grand 18th century town houses, with just about everything in between. The city’s mix of heritage and modernity is certainly reflected in the options visitors have for choosing accommodation.
We offer a broad range of properties in the city, from luxury corporate apartments to contemporary self-contained studios. Serviced apartments and accommodation are usually the best means of accommodation for those on an extended stay, as having a fully equipped kitchen and added conveniences mean you can balance the comforts of home with the excitement of visiting a new location.
The Cathedral quarter is recognised as one of the most popular areas of Coventry, with its 18th century streets, university and, of course, the cathedral itself. History enthusiasts will enjoy the surprisingly well-preserved architecture, and the undercroft ruins next to Holy Trinity Church. The area also has several characterful places to eat and drink, as well as the Priory Visitors Centre. In addition, there’s also the Cathedral Lanes shopping centre, with around 50 retailers selling everything from fashion to household goods. Visitors will also find there a statue of the City’s famous exhibitionist— Lady Godiva. Art connoisseurs will want to visit the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, which offers inspiring and welcoming activities, celebrating the culture and identity of Coventry.
For those who love to shop, Coventry has no shortage of opportunities, but the main place to check out is the Lower Precinct - a shopping complex which homes over 25% of Coventry’s total retailers. The city centre also features many famous high street brands, as well as a thriving scene of independent shops.
The public transport in Coventry is generally very good, with buses and taxis being the most convenient way of getting around the centre. The local bus system the is operated by the Travel Coventry company and the network covers anywhere you may wish to go, as well as frequent services to outlying towns in Warwickshire including Kenilworth, Warwick and Stratfod. However, most routes cease at night times, when taxis would be the more suitable means of transport.
Of course there are also numerous trains servicing Coventry, linking it to many cities and towns around England—in fact, Coventry is less than 150 miles from 95% of the largest UK population centres and less than an hour from London by train, making it something of a commuter hub.