Opening date for Coventry’s Telegraph Hotel revealed

Coventry city centre’s new Telegraph Hotel is to open its doors to guests on November 18 it has been revealed.

After two years of construction and £15m of investment, the former Coventry Telegraph headquarters have been transformed into a luxury hotel.

Created by Complex Development Projects, the hotel features a large bar, conservatory restaurant, conference suite and roof top bar.

The Telegraph Hotel offers 88 bedrooms including loft style penthouse suites on two levels.

Two panelled board rooms are available for private dining and meetings and there is a library of post war design and newspaper heritage.

There is also a Winter Garden, made up of 11 bedrooms overlooking a private, glazed indoor terrace only accessible from these rooms.

The hotel will be operated by Bespoke Hotels, the largest independent hotel company in the UK.

Amy Windsor, general manager of the Telegraph Hotel, said: “The Telegraph Hotel has been five years in the planning and it is great to see it coming together ready for opening.

“We have worked closely with the developers and interior designers to produce a hotel that is genuinely different and will stand out from the crowd. In newspaper terms, this is a real exclusive!

“Coventry is world renowned for its Mid-Century architecture and design and the Telegraph Hotel celebrates that throughout as well as nodding to its history as a newspaper office. There is simply nothing like it in the Midlands.

“We believe it will become an attraction in itself and will draw people to the city purely for the experience, as well as giving visitors an offer and level of service that is one of the best in the region.

“We are really excited about Forme & Chase restaurant and bar, and our rooftop bar which we believe will be great attraction in a city that is really going places.

“Coventry is a very vibrant city with many exciting developments and events including the upcoming City of Culture year in 2021, which will attract millions of people to the city.”