Review: Hotel Indigo Coventry, Warwickshire, UK

Opened in January 2024, the brand-new Hotel Indigo Coventry has an elegant barcode cladding of metallic blues. Shades that home in on Coventry’s history. Originally it was the blue tint of the city’s woven cloth that brought spectacular medieval wealth. Today that blue is celebrated in Coventry City’s sky-blue football shirts.

On the ground floor, recessed glazing, placed between those barcode columns, gives passers by glimpses of Cogs Bar and Restaurant. Quirkily, symbolically, the hotel blends two of Coventry’s icons for a welcome poster: a contemporary flame-haired Lady Godiva pedalling a push-bike.

Riding high after its 2021 reign as City of Culture, Coventry is pulling in visitors for business and leisure. Hotel Indigo, a mere two minutes’ walk from the Railway Station, is in pole position to welcome them.

Blitzed for 11 hours by the Luftwaffe on November 14th 1940, possibly as Hitler’s retaliation

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