Holiday Inn Kenilworth - Warwick
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- Close to Stratford, Warwick and Kenilworth
- Free parking
- Enjoy a meal at Marco Pierre White's New York Italian restaurant
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Situated in the heart of the picturesque Kenilworth town, the Holiday Inn Kenilworth Warwick hotel is the ideal place to stay for a short break. Visit the historic town of Warwick (just 5 miles away) and enjoy a trip to Warwick Castle, where there is plenty to do and see for all ages. Stratford-upon-Avon is just 14 miles away, giving you the opportunity to explore the cultural hotspot of Shakespeare’s birthplace and home to the Royal Shakespeare Company.
All rooms at the Holiday Inn Kenilworth Warwick are stylishly designed with excellent home from home facilities. Guests can enjoy complimentary tea and coffee, cable/satellite TV, air conditioning and free standard internet across the whole hotel. 24 hour room service is also available to all guests.
Guests can also take full advantage of the hotel’s mini gym and complimentary parking. A range of eateries are available within the hotel, including the spacious Lounge bar and the hotel’s own Starbucks Coffee shop. For delicious meals and snacks served throughout the day, visit the bustling 212 Brasserie and Bar or the Italian-American inspired Marco Pierre White New York Italian.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 576 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 09/2017, dasheehan wrote this review.
Business trip Stayed one night , good room very clean , had a great night sleep Had dinner in the Marco restaurant, enjoyed the Fillet Steak Very friendly staff and helpful Recommend this hotel will use again
Business trip Stayed one night , good room very clean , had a great night sleep Had dinner in the Marco restaurant, enjoyed the Fillet Steak Very friendly staff and helpful Recommend this hotel will use again Collapse
Holiday Inn , Kenilworth
Stay Date: 09/2017, Sandra P wrote this review.
Easily found in the middle of the town, friendly staff, nice atmosphere, lovely clean bedrooms and bathrooms, very hot shower though a little dangerous as hard to control. Great Marco Pierre Whites Restaurant, good Evening menu, good breakfast.
Easily found in the middle of the town, friendly staff, nice atmosphere, lovely clean bedrooms and bathrooms, very hot shower though a little dangerous as hard to control. Great Marco Pierre Whites Restaurant, good Evening menu, good breakfast. Collapse
Perfectly OK stay
Stay Date: 09/2017, Glenis L wrote this review.
Stayed two nights at the Holiday Inn. The location is good, rooms a reasonable size, decor and furnishings clean and fresh and the room had an iron and ironing board, hairdryer and a generous amount of coffee and tea. The reason I have only given thr… See more
Stayed two nights at the Holiday Inn. The location is good, rooms a reasonable size, decor and furnishings clean and fresh and the room had an iron and ironing board, hairdryer and a generous amount of coffee and tea. The reason I have only given three stars is that there were inconsistencies. The bathroom looked spotless until I moved the tooth mugs and uncovered a hank of black, curly hair, the soap vanished and one of the towels was tidied and the other left where it had been placed to dry out a bit after use.Some things in the room were tidied, some not. On the whole, the housekeeping was OK. The staff were very pleasant and helpful, the breakfast staff went out of their way to provide proper toast when the toaster went mad and burned the bread and although the quality of the food was a bit lacklustre, it was fresh and there was a lot of it. This is a good hotel at the price we paid and my main reservation was the lack of soundproofing.We had two night's reasonable sleep, but this was because the people near us were quiet.. We could hear the plumbing (or something!) in the bathroom next door and the guests in the room above tramped around until late. A fellow guest, who stays in the hotel often, remarked that if your neighbours are noisy you had no option but to join in! We were satisfied that the hotel was good value for us and would stay again, but perhaps not at the weekend. Collapse
Bad night sleep
Stay Date: 09/2017, Sarah R wrote this review.
I stayed here the night before a conference and I think I had the worst night sleep of any hotel stay, world wide, ever. On the face if it, the room is nice, It looks comfortable and is clean and roomy. However, it was incredibly noisy. I heard every… See more
I stayed here the night before a conference and I think I had the worst night sleep of any hotel stay, world wide, ever. On the face if it, the room is nice, It looks comfortable and is clean and roomy. However, it was incredibly noisy. I heard every toilet flush, door close and shower be had. The room I stayed in is in the extension, I dont know if that makes a difference. The matresses are also very hard and springy. All in all, not a good night. Not to be recommended if you want to sleep. Collapse
Outdated hardware, but well-priced
Stay Date: 08/2017, cachecacher wrote this review.
This hotel is well located if you need to be in Kenilworth or the neighboring Warwick uni. (the bus stop is right in front of the hotel if you prefer public transport). There is a starbucks on the ground floor which is almost always packed, and quite… See more
This hotel is well located if you need to be in Kenilworth or the neighboring Warwick uni. (the bus stop is right in front of the hotel if you prefer public transport). There is a starbucks on the ground floor which is almost always packed, and quite a few nice restaurants along the high street within a 20-min walking perimeter. Waitrose and Sainsbury just 10-15 minute walk away. The abbey fields just north of the hotel offers an excellent environment for an evening jog. But, the stay turned out to be mediocre, mostly because of the outdated hardware. Not sure how old the premises are, but if you take a look at the pictures from tripadvisor reviews you will get what i mean. I have no problems with the exterior (it is what it is), but really the innates demand a dramatic upgrade. I was lucky to be moved (upon request) to one of the newer rooms with a renovated bathroom, but even then there is no tub and everything just feels tired -- really old and dirty carpets, disgusting curtains, dusty furniture that have not been maintained properly. Bedding was alright though. Housekeeping does an average job filing up the necessities, but things like toothbrushes, toothpastes are only upon request at the reception (they didn't even have cotton balls and stuff like that you might expect from a regular holiday inn). My biggest complaint about housekeeping is that they don't seem to vacuum the room well (hence the dirty carpets). Apart from that, i think you'll be alright if you are not too picky. Regardless, you absolutely need to open the windows to get some fresh air because the room designs are terrible and you won't get too much light or space (even the executive rooms are not that large). Some minor points: lack of tv options - though it appears that there are many channels, there aren't any decent ones in sports, international news, etc. Also, the mini gym is a joke. Not even a treadmill. Just a rowing machine and some dumbbells. Nice privacy though if you want to do pilates since no one ever goes there thanks to the lack of equipment. Service level of the staff was a bit of hit and miss. Some really arrogant and hardly attentive, others very competent and very willing to help. Big thumbs up to Jess, one of the managers. If you need anything solved, don't go to anyone else but her. There were a few girls at the reception (whose names I best not reveal) who made me feel like they shouldn't work in the hospitality industry. With bad attitudes and incompetencies like that they would struggle at a busier or more popular establishment. Everything considered, I probably won't stay here again if I had a choice. The problem though, is that this is basically a monopoly in Kenilworth (no other equivalent hotel). You have to find airbnb which sometimes is also a risky bet. I think that explains why this Holiday Inn feels, overall, like a 2-star hotel than the usual 4-star that I expect from the chain. It is very well-priced though, for a HI, so you do get what you pay for. If you do stay here, ask for a quiet room. Yes, walls are thin, but not every room is bad. Get a corner room as far up as possible and stay away from elevators. Oh, and don't flash your ihg status cards here, they don't care too much if you are platinum or spire (well, they give you the usual spiel of welcoming you and thanking you for your loyalty and then send you off with 500 points or a drink at the bar). Collapse
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