Coventry Hill Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Rye Hill, Birmingham Road, Allesley, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV5 9PH, United Kingdom
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48%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
3%
18
Very Good
19%
111
Average
26%
152
Poor
18%
105
Terrible
32%
182

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Costs 29% less but rated 14% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families26
  • Couples26
  • Solo29
  • Business14

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Forum Posts

Any allergy issues?

by epahpo

I'm from Northern California where we suffer miserably from environmental allergies. Will I need to be concerned with this same issue while I'm in Conventry and surrounding areas?

Re: Any allergy issues?

by leics

Coventry has an environment, yes. Whether you will suffer will depend entirely on which allergen is your trigger.

DOr do you mean what we call 'hayfever'? That is, itchy eyes/runny nose/sneezing etc related to pollens? In which case yes, you may suffer (again this depends on your specific trigger/s) but more if you are nearer to countryside, and certainly not during most of the year. Much of the surrounding farmland is arable, and many people find the pollen from oil seed rape (widely grown) is an irritant. Hayfever anti-histamines are widely available over the counter, should you suffer.

Or do you mean reactions to specific plants, such as 'poison ivy'? In which case, no. There is nothing indiginous to the UK which creates allergic reactions in everybody, unless you count stinging nettles (which only need the application of a nearby dock leaf, or a bit of anti-histamine cream if you must). One garden escapee, giant hogweed, can sometimes cause nasty blisters but as it's pretty obvious (being up to 6ft tall), not particularly common and certainly not pretty you are unlikely to want to touch it.

Hope this reassures.

Re: Any allergy issues?

by leics

And definitely not in Cov (or anywhere else in the UK really). Smog isn't a big problem here (not since we stopped using coal as industrial and household fuel anyway), because we rarely get the type of weather which traps fumes in the lower atmosphere. Unless we are lucky enough to get the sort of very hot weather (ha!) which has, once or twice in the fairly recent past, raised the air pollution level to something which was important enough to actually be noted on weather forecasts.

Re: Any allergy issues?

by epahpo

As always, you provide such great answers. Now I know to pack my antihistimines. Ok, here's another question! Do I need to pack an adapter for my U.S. electrical appliances? Good grief, I'm getting excited. We leave in the a.m. for your part of the world! ~Liz

Re: Any allergy issues?

by leics

Yes, you do need to pack an adaptor. Our sockets have 3 rectangular pins; all plugs do, even if they do not require an earth wire.

Bet you don't need your antihistamines at all, btw. But you aren't actually going to be staying in Cov, more the countryside as far as I know, so it's just possible you might be allergic to the (very little) pollen which is still around. Hayfever season is long past in the UK!

Re: Any allergy issues?

by dave.richards

Be careful to check the voltage of any appliances you bring with you as we run on 230/240 volts, whereas I think that in the USA you run on 110 volts? There should be a switch on the appliance to convert it to our standard, if not, dont use it.

Travel Tips for Coventry

Coventry Airport - East of West ?

by Airpunk

If you need to go to the airport for something else than getting a Wizzair or Thomsonfly flight, please make sure that you are at the right place. There is the main terminal which looks like a container village and is located at the eastern side of the airport. And there are facilities in the west, kilometers away from the mentioned terminal buildings. This includes the offices of the Air Atlantique Group and several flight schools. Flights with ClassicFlight.com, which is part of the Air Atlantique Group, usualy start from the western side with West Gate being the meeting point. While public transport to the terminals is pretty good, you’ll only find a bus stop in the nearby village of Baginton, if you want to get to the western side. I did not inform myself well enough and so I found myself pretty stranded with twenty pounds at an airport without any ATM and miles away from the place where I wanted to be. Finally, I had to call for a cab to bring me to the West Gate. My twenty pounds were reduced to ten and I still had no idea how to get back into the city center after the show.

Coventry City FC

by Pete.Gibson

Coventry City Football Club recently moved into a brand new staduim, the Ricoh Staduim Coventry are currently playing well at home, the staduim holds 32000 people, and offers excellent veiws from all areas,

Local History

by Pete.Gibson

Victorian Bottles, all the bottles I have dug up myself and all date from Victorian times 1880-1910, In those days bottles were embossed and had ingenious methods of sealing , glass stoppers, there many many patents taken out during that period the most famous being the Codd patent, named after its inventor Hiram Codd, it had a pinched neck which held back the "marble" stopper when opened, this is where the saying.. a load of old coddswallop...came from, trouble was the kids used to smash the bottles to collect the marbles...A Mr Haynes patented a variation called the Haynes Patent a oval marble!!

Thai Dusit

by munchie_cat about Thai Dusit

A great Thai place, deceptively small from the outside but amazingly, a fair amount of room inside. Great Thai food, good service and worth a visit if you don't mind spending a little bit of money - though not horrendously expensive. Fishcakes - yummy

St Michaels Cathedral

by Pete.Gibson

"The Old Cathedral" was formerly the parish church of St. Michael. The present structure dates from the 1300's to 1400's but originally a smaller Norman chapel stood on the site around 1138 during the reign of King Stephen.
This all changed on the night of the 14th November ....
At around 7:10pm the air-raid siren sounded just as it had done on many occasions that year. Little did the people of Coventry suspect that this was about to become the most prolonged and devastating attack on any city in the history of warfare to date.
In the Morning all that was left was the outer walls
Coventry Cathedral.

To walk from the ruins of the old Cathedral into the splendour of the new is to walk from Good Friday to Easter, from the ravages of human self-destruction to the glorious hope of resurrection. Your heart is lifted, your spirit is renewed and you feel there is hope for the world Thanks to gods mercy, reconciliation is possible.

The words of John Irvine
The dean of Coventry Cathedral

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