Coventry’s top-rated hotel has scooped another national award.
The Telegraph Hotel has won Hotel of the Year at the Bespoke Hotel Awards, beating more than 100 other hotels from across the UK to land the top title.
Bespoke Hotels is the UK’s largest independent hotel group, with properties from northern Scotland to Cornwall.
Competition amongst the group’s hotels for the top annual award is intense, with the winner announced at the black tie awards ceremony at Hotel Brooklyn in Leicester.
It is the latest accolade for the Telegraph which was named as one of the 100 Best British Hotels by The Sunday Times and won an award for accessibility at the national Blue Badge Access Awards.
Amy Windsor, General Manager of the Telegraph Hotel, said: “We are thrilled to be recognised by our colleagues and really delighted to have won the prestigious Hotel of the Year award this year.
“The Telegraph has set a new benchmark for hospitality in Coventry, and that, combined with a total dedication to quality and customer service has seen the hotel carve a national reputation in just 18 months.
“We look forward to welcoming more guests to experience the unique character and design of the hotel and to help build on our success.”
The Telegraph Hotel, created by Complex Development Projects from the then unused former Coventry Telegraph offices as part of a two-year, £20 million investment programme, has 88 individually designed air-conditioned bedrooms, including loft style penthouse suites on two levels.
The hotel features an all-day cocktail bar and restaurant dining experience, Forme & Chase, that features a seasonal and locally-sourced menu, rooftop bar Generators with views over Belgrade Plaza and versatile function rooms that can cater up to 140 delegates or guests for conferences and weddings.