The Kenilworth

A Hotel in Kenilworth, Warwickshire

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61 Warwick Road

The Kenilworth, Kenilworth

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The Kenilworth Boutique Hotel and cocktail lounge offers exclusive luxury accommodation within the heart of Warwickshire close to the NAC and NEC. The contemporary en-suite bedrooms are individually designed to a high standard of interior design offering room facilities including 42 plasma TVs, 51 cable channels and king-size beds. We have been the toast of many a hotelier and catering award!

From: £95.00


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