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Reviews of Quality Hotel Coventry, Coventry

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Review by graham hudson-parker on 27th August, 2011

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My Wife and I would highly recommecd this hotel. The Hotel room was very clean and tastefully decorated, as was the rest of the hotel. The staff were very hands on, which makes a welcome change from some hotels we have stayed at, nothing seemmed too much trouble. The food was, good wholesome homecooked fare with a good choice on the menu. All in all great value for money and we shall be using this hotel again whenever we are in the vacinity

Date visited: 22nd 26th August 2011

Review by Anonymous on 20th May, 2010

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Good Points: Clean, comfortable room, food and drink good, staff were very friendly and helpful. A lot cheaper than hotel where I was having the business meeting! Bad Points: Cracked sink. General review: Comfortable and enjoyable.

Date visited: 2010-05-20

Review by keri on 9th February, 2009

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Bad Points: 1.check in waiting time was about 10 minutes. breakfast: 2.dirty tea cup, ready for my use at the table 3. lipstick and dirty glasses over the glasses on the tray ready for use4 4. not offered any toast had to ask and then reask for both toast and coffee 5. english breakfast was not avaliable all at once, very poor service General review: poor

Date visited: 2009-02-09

Review by Anonymous on 16th September, 2008

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Good Points: Friendly staff, good breakfast, ample parking, clean facilities, good sized room, corby trouser press and tea-and-coffee-making facilities with good choice of biscuits! Bad Points: some particularly vocal neighbouring guests but that's no fault of the hotel! General review: good value for money and is recommended

Date visited: 2008-09-16

Review by Andrea on 31st December, 2007

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This is a hotel that is well worth the three stars that it has. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. They are of two types, those in the older part of the hotel have more storage space - a large wardrobe, a chest of drawers - and appear to be largely twin-bedded rooms, whereas those bedrooms in the newer extension have large plasma - screen televisions but more limited storage, although these do have double beds. Towels, milk, tea, coffee etc, were all replenished efficiently. There is no lift, but staff were on hand to carry bags upstairs if required. The hotel is fronted by a flight of steps with limited handrails, and as such is defintely not suitable for anyone unsteady on their feet. The food was of very good quality, and service at the tables was also very good, with polite, attentive and helpful staff. As with many hotels, drinks from the bar were very expensive, and although comfortable, the lounge bar area lacked atmosphere, but Allesley village is within walking/short taxi ride distance, and this has several good pubs. There is Internet access for laptops, and a sauna (services not tested on this visit).

Date visited: 27/12/07-30/12/07

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