The Chace Hotel - a Corus hotel

A Hotel in Coventry, West Midlands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

London Road, Toll Bar End
West Midlands
CV 3 4EQ

The Chace Hotel - a Corus hotel, Coventry

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Once the home of the Illife family, The Chace has plenty of charm and individual character. Its impressive Victorian architecture with many original features, lovely landscaped gardens, excellent restaurant and spacious lounge with sweeping staircase create an ambiance which is ideal for a relaxing break, or a stopoff on business. The delightful Londons Restaurant is full of character with many original features, including an impressive decorative fire place and views of the hotel gardens.

A wonderful setting to enjoy good food, wine and friendly service.A la Carte menu available all week. Family Sunday lunch. Groups welcome for business or private.

Special menus available. Bar and room service available.Located just off the A46, 3 miles from the city centre, the hotel provides easy access to the M6, M69 and M42 motorway and is conveniently situated for the NEC, Coventry airport ( 1 mile away) and Birmingham airport(14 miles away).We look forward to welcoming you to the Chace Hotel soon.

3 star rating

From: £55.00

Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Disabled Facilities
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Wedding Licence
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Trouser press in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • Limited room service for hot food
  • Laundry/Valet Service
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Interconnecting rooms available
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Disabled Access Public Areas
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wheelchair Access To Reception
  • Wheelchair Access To Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Access To Bar
  • Wheelchair Access To Conference Rooms
  • Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
  • Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
  • Private dining services
  • Lounge Menu
  • Bar
  • [Channels] News
  • Radio

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