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The Hotel offers 14 en-suite rooms, all of which are spacious and airy with elegant bathrooms. As well as traditional Standard and modern Executive Rooms there are also Superior Club Rooms which are very opulent in décor and design, ideal for a romantic getaway or a truly indulgent break. Every room comes fully equipped with all the modern conveniences one would expect from a Hotel of this calibre, including free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV with digital channels, direct-dial telephone, hairdryer and complimentary biscuits and tea & coffee facilities. There is also a wide selection of room configurations to select from, whether Double and Twin options or Single and Family accommodation.
Guests can look forward to some truly great dining options at both Raffles Restaurant and Cromwell’s Bistro. As Britain’s first colonial Malaysian restaurant, Raffles brings the varied and exquisite cuisines of the Malaysian Malays, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil Indians all under one roof. Served in a regal house style with crystal cut glass and fine bone china in a colonial ballroom setting, the diverse menu is sure to both surprise and delight in equal measure. Cromwell’s Bistro specialises in more traditional English and European food, and has a tasty range of Burgers, Salads, Jackets, Sandwiches, Baguettes and Wraps.
With high quality facilities and service, the Grand Hotel is an ideal venue for corporate functions such as board meetings, corporate seminars and training programs. It is also a great place for parties and other celebrations such as anniversaries, birthdays, christenings, graduations and even weddings. With space for up to 90 guests, the Hotel is extremely flexible and will be delighted to tailor the event to any individual specifications.
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The Hotel is located on the main Warwick Road in Kenilworth. To get there, simply follow the A452 to Kenilworth leaving from Junction 4 off the M6 (if heading East from Birmingham). If travelling from the South, Leave the M40 at Junction 15 and follow the A46 Warwick Bypass. At the roundabout, turn on to the A452 And follow this to Kenilworth. If going via the M1, exit from Junction 17 (via the M45) eventually merging on to the A45. At the first roundabout, take the A46 and then at the second, take the A452 to Kenilworth.
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