This beautiful Grade II listed country house Hotel is set in 11 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland, approximately 3 miles from Coventry City Centre. The original Manor House, built in 1894 by the car manufacturer William Hillman, has been tastefully extended over the years to become the largest hotel in Coventry.
This stunning hotel offers 210 en-suite bedrooms in a peaceful and tranquil setting. All rooms are traditionally decorated and include TV, telephone, trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Some have views overlooking the Coventry countryside. There is lift access to all bedrooms.
The Carvery Restaurant is situated in the Baronial Hall making this a popular hotel in Coventry with the locals and visitors alike. Adjacent, the Balmoral Bar offers a cosy environment to relax overlooking the grounds.
The Spindles Health Club at the Royal Court Hotel is equipped with an 18m indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa, hair & beauty salon and large multi-purpose gym.More Information Check Availability Ask a Question
With a population of over 300,000 people, Coventry is the 11th largest city in the UK and famous for its three spires, ribbon industry, watchmaking, motor manufacturing, innovative technologies, world stage events and excellent transport links.
Surrounded by breathtaking Warwickshire countryside, Coventry’s city centre provides a perfect contrast to the rural suburbs of leafy Kenilworth, Warwick, Rugby and Stratford-upon-Avon. With free attractions such as the famous Coventry Transport Museum, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and Priory Undercrofts, the city has much to offer. A visit wouldn’t be complete without entering the Medieaval ruins of Coventry Cathedral, discovering a wealth of exciting history for all ages.
Visitors can also relax and unwind with a wide selection of main brand shops and Independent retailers, try out many of the coffee shops, bars and restaurants and entertain family and friends with great evening entertainment at cinemas, theatres and nightclubs.