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Visiting Warwick – A Guide
A visit to ancient Warwick is like stepping into the pages of a favourite book. With its imposing 1,000-year-old castle, Warwick is quintessentially British, excellent for both families on holiday and couples seeking romance. There’s business in Warwick, too, with National Grid, Phillips Petrol and IBM calling it home.

Warwick: town layout
Warwick is on the northern fringe of the Cotswold Hills and the southern end of Britain’s industrial Midlands. It’s skirted by the River Avon and the M40 is a mile south. Birmingham centre is 40 minutes by car, while London is 90 minutes without traffic. Decades ago Warwick merged with Leamington Spa to the east, but each is distinct. Shakespeare’s hometown, Stratford-Upon-Avon, is 20 minutes west.

The concierge recommends…

  • Exploring Warwick Castle dungeon, which showcases a ghastly variety of medieval torture devices. Above, the castle is populated by wax figures: Warwick Castle is owned by the same company that runs Madame Tussauds.
  • Visiting the Collegiate Church of St. Mary’s, a few blocks from the Castle. Marvel at medieval artworks and climb its tower for stunning views of town and countryside.
  • Discovering the 150-year-old St. Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, which offers clues why Warwick seems strangely familiar. “Lord of the Rings” author J.R.R. Tolkien married Edith Bratt here in 1916.

Hotels in Warwick
You’ll find an abundant selection of lodging choices in Warwick, both for leisure and business guests. The town is compact and all locations afford easy access to the surrounding countryside. Most Warwick hotels are clustered in the town centre and along the Stratford Road, close to the M40 motorway. It’s a pleasant walk to the town centre and Warwick castle.

Warwick is co-governed with neighbouring Royal Leamington Spa, which offers further choice. Business travellers often opt for the convenience of properties close, or in, Leamington’s Tachbrook business park.

Eating Out in Warwick
Restaurants in the area take pride in supporting local farmers and growers, and the farmers market is a weekend mainstay. In addition to seasonal produce, you can grab lunch at its food stalls. While Warwick centre leans heavily toward traditional British fare, the town’s canal district is the place to go for international favourites.

The chef recommends...

  • Gourmet fare at Rose & Crown, which serves elegant continental food in a comfy, pub-style restaurant next to Market Square.
  • King’s Head Inn for robust pastas and other Italian items alongside delectable British standards.
  • Tea or a pre-theatre meal at the snazzy Rooftop Restaurant at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Shopping in Warwick
Warwick retains an unassuming, market-town vibe. Historic Market Square is home to a weekly farmers market, featuring local foods, handicrafts and, quite often, artisan fairs.

The concierge recommends…

  • High Street and the surrounding blocks, which offer a rich array of locally owned clothing stores, antiques, home goods and food stores.
  • The full-fledged Marks & Spencer, in a small shopping centre on Coventry Road north of the rail station.
  • The Shires and Leamington Spa Shopping Park, the nearest enclosed centres, both on Tachbrook Road in neighbouring Royal Leamington Spa. Browse Debenhams, BHS and other UK and international retailers.

Culture & Nightlife in Warwick
Warwick is a tranquil setting, but you won’t lack things to do. Action focuses on the town’s historic centre and the canal district on the north end, while next-door Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, is internationally famous.

The concierge recommends…

  • Warwick museums and market square collaborate on free “show-and-tell” nights. Local craftspeople explain the history and significance of their works, while theatre troupes and musicians entertain the crowds.
  • For visitors from North America, rugby at the University of Warwick introduces you to a raucous sport that’s fun to watch.
  • Stratford’s Royal Shakespeare Theatre makes for an especially memorable evening out, presenting Shakespearean classics and contemporary greats.

Visiting Warwick with a Family
Prepare to be dazzled by the working medieval catapult and soaring tower at Warwick Castle. The castle dungeon is brought to life by special effects and costumed actors.

Best family attractions in and around Warwick

  • Boating along the River Avon, which puts Warwick and the castle in a new perspective. The river is both tranquil and safe.
  • Hatton Park, which combines a farm zoo, shopping village and an indoor-outdoor Adventure Park.
  • For chocolate lovers of all ages, the world-famous Cadbury World is just 30 minutes’ drive away. You can take a roller coaster ride at the 4D cinema and drink liquid chocolate. Last, but not least, there’s an enormous shop where you can buy sweet souvenirs.

Latest Warwick Hotel Reviews

friendly hotel and great service
By whitey1002
we stayed here for a show at the NEC, it was just a few minutes away from airport and NEC. it is a very clean and friendly hotel. the rooms were clean and comfortable although the bed was to soft. [More] the breakfast was excellent. the check out time was at 12.00 which was good if you have an afternoon flight. would stay here again [Less]
Good Value
By boss1374
We stopped for one night at this very convenient hotel during a two day visit to an exhibition at the NEC. The hotel staff were welcoming and very friendly. Our room was clean and comfortable but [More] there were a couple of issues with the bathroom extractor fan not switching off and the heating not working. Breakfast was enjoyable with a good selection of items which were fresh and regularly replenished. [Less]
Excellent Staff
By Woodyg20
Very friendly and efficient staff, Food in Bar Very good. The Hotel has a very Good Atmosphere. [Less]
Good now!
By SomersetSomerset
On some previous visits last year I did wonder whether some of the staff thought an overweight guy in their late '50's was unsuitable for the hotel. On visits this year, I've always received a warm [More] welcome and been well treated. Rooms enjoy great views over parts of Birmingham and luxurious bathrooms. Rooms always clean and generally well maintained but a few chips and knocks should probably be attended to - a few more and I suspect some rooms might be less favourably reviewed. I've never eaten upstairs but found the bar pleasant on most occasions - it's certainly the place to go to admire wannabee WAGS whilst enjoying a few G+Ts or glasses of good wine. Remember to get your parking token swiped for discount at the car park or arrive dead on 18:00 when off street parking becomes free. I'll be staying again, [Less]
Lovely Stay an Dine
Hotel staff were very polite and friendly and fully profession but relaxing feel from all staff food was excellent and king-size deluxe room was lovely would highly recommend this hotel for [More] business or couples i will be a regular visitor to this hotel in the future [Less]
Cool decor, great view from restaurant
By Neil126
Friendly staff , good service , need to improve the car parking arrangements, seen someone receiving a parking ticket whilst waiting to book the car parking. [Less]
Very good customer service at hotel.
By Traveler smithy
Booked hotel through central reservations and asked for a proper bed instead of camp bed for my son who is 11. We booked a double room but when we arrived the bed was a camp bed and could feel all [More] the springs in it. Went to reception to complain and they sorted straight away. Also had issue with dinner that wasn't up to crown plaza standard, again this was rectified for us by very helpful and polite manager ( Warren ). Think hotel is very well situated for weekend to see Stratford upon Avon and cadburys world. Hotel is very nice and would stay here again, don't be afraid to politely complain about anything that is not up to your standard of customer service. Overal would recommend hotel. [Less]
Excellent Hotel
By GazzaJazza
I have stayed at the hotel a number of times. It never disappoints. I would recommend it to anyone staying in Stratford-Upon-Avon. [Less]
Comfortable and convenient place to stay
By Loueldhen
Extremely comfortable bed. Liked the sleep pack. Good parking. [Less]

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