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The iconic Telegraph building at 157 Corporation Street was home to the city’s newspaper for more than 50 years. Just imagine the buzz and bustle of journalists and machinists producing four printed editions every single day.

The scene is more laid-back since its conversion into a chic new hotel putting Coventry in the news with headline-grabbing features that bring style and comfort to the city. Forme & Chase – our restaurant, bar and lounge is bringing back some authentic 1960s glamour. Then there are the 88 uniquely-styled bedrooms, including the Lord Iliffe Suite, which reimagines the original owner’s private apartment. Generators – our seasonal rooftop bar with a printworks-industrial theme – is a very cool place to watch the sun setting over Belgrade Square.


The wide range of luxurious, generous-sized bedrooms at the Telegraph exude the style and fun of the 1960s to ensure your stay is a unique experience.

Food and Drink at the Telegraph Hotel

Forme & Chase is open all day – so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to relax here and make some stories of your own.

Meetings and Conferences

Less than an hour from London and 20 minutes from Birmingham, Telegraph Hotel is perfectly placed in the centre of the UK, for meetings, conferences and other business events.

From Our Blog

  • The Telegraph Hotel Media Release

    "Ian and Brian's vision has been something very special. I visit a huge number of hotels, but the Telegraph Hotel really is one that excites me."

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  • Telegraph Hotel joins the 2021 Club

    The Telegraph Hotel is going to be an incredible addition to Coventry's hotel offer and is bringing something very different to the city

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  • Christian Hills. Christian Hills Design Limited 

    The Telegraph Hotel is an exciting project, which will be delivered to a very high standard.

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  • Telegraph Hotel makes key appointment

    The Telegraph Hotel Coventry has made a key appointment to its senior team.

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  • Oliver Redfern. Designer at

    “I Can’t Wait To See It Coming To Life”

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  • Dominic Bond. Architect at Hadfield Cawkwell Davidson

    “This Will Bring Something New To The Region”

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