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April 08, 2011

Short review of the best hotels to stay near the University of Warwick

Studying at the University of Warwick, which is one of the best UK's higher educational establishment with a recognised authority for excellent teaching and researches, gives the perfect opportunity to explore the neighbouring cities. Though the University bears the name of Warwick, in fact it is located just on the border between Warwickshire and the West Midlands. That's why it's a nice chance to visit both counties with their special and charming cities and towns, such as Warwick and Coventry, for instance.

Nowadays more than 80 thousands of tourists come to Warwick every year. They are especially impressed with Warwick Castle, which has almost a thousand-year history. Visitors are enraptured with the special atmosphere in the castle, as it has got all the proper attributes from Medieval Ages. These are true wax figures of knights, princesses, archers and other inhabitants of the castle. Besides, Warwick holds annual festivals, devoted to different events, music or literature, which are also of high demand among local dwellers as well as newcomers.

Those, who come here on vacations or business trip, will definitely need to stay in the city for several days to enjoy all the sights, offered by the city. Convenient accommodation is provided by Warwick hotels, specially designated for such purposes. Every guest will feel here right at home, because hotels are notable for their delightful atmosphere, neatness and typical British service. The most outstanding ones are:

Honiley Court Hotel and Conference Centre is a marvellous hotel originally built as a farm in the 16th century. Later the farm was rearranged into a pub called The Boot Inn, which is now incorporated into the hotel, conserving the original building but, adding a modern zest. The hotel offers all necessary amenities to guarantee calm and peaceful rest for its guests.

The Ardencote Manor Hotel, Country Club & Spa combines traditional elegance with the comforts and facilities of a modern, luxury hotel with the emphasis on relaxation. Set in landscaped grounds close to historic Warwick and Stafford-upon-Avon it offers tastefully appointed accommodation, fine cuisine and extensive leisure activities.

Lord Leycester Hotel knows that guests, who come to Warwick both for business and pleasure, appreciate high quality food, so the hotel's main aim is to provide visitors with it. All food is freshly prepared from local products, moreover the hotel caters for guests with any special dietary requirements.

The hotels value their good names, because reputation is very expensive in England. It is possible to say without exaggeration that all Warwick hotels offer cozy rooms, which are tastefully decorated and possess all the necessary amenities for the rest full of value. As you can see, the city successfully combines places of interests, picturesque landmarks and comfortable accommodation, thus attracting more and more visitors every year.

Coventry is exactly that city, which hosts the University of Warwick on its southern outskirts. But it's not only the university and high level of teaching the city can boast. It has also got plenty of sites of attraction for its visitors. Among them Coventry and St. Michael's Cathedral will be interesting for those, who are fond of architecture, the Herbert Art and Museum, Coventry Transport Museum for those, who like paintings and exhibitions, and many others to satisfy even the highest demands of fastidious connoisseurs of art and other gourmets.

As well as in other British cities, Coventry hotelsalso offer the high level of service and comfortable accommodation for guests, who come to see all the beauties of the city. Luxurious five-star hotels, prestigious and cozy four-star ones, reliable and quality budget hotels are at your total disposal. The helpful staff of Coventry hotels will do everything possible to make your stay pleasant and calm. All hotels provide the European level of service and can guarantee only warm emotions and memories after your visit to Coventry. Here are several hotels, which you can choose, when staying in Coventry:

Enjoy great service at the Holiday Inn Coventry-South hotel, settled in Coventry's leafy suburbs within walking distance to major Midlands motorways. You will be tuned in with high-speed Internet in your spacious and cozy guestroom and dine in the Brasserie Restaurant, offering only fresh and delicious food. Holiday Inn Coventry-South is well-located if you're visiting an exhibition or conference.

A privately owned Brooklands Grange Hotel with individual style and charm is conveniently located in the Heart of England. Originally a 16th century Jacobean farmhouse, Brooklands Grange has been recently restored and refurbished, to combine original character with modern innovations. The hotel will perfectly suit businessmen as well as leisure travellers.

The Royal Court is an 1894 manor house set in 11 acres of landscaped grounds. It was totally renovated in 1999, adding new bedrooms, large conference facilities and an extensive health club with an 18-metre indoor swimming pool on its premises. It is a real slice of paradise in the heart of England.

The numerous places of attraction and the wide range of UK hotels for every taste will make your stay in Warwick as well as Coventry, the cities with distinctive culture and traditional way of life, memorable and delightful, and you will certainly want to come here again.

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