THE TELEGRAPH Hotel in Coventry has been named the most accessible boutique hotel in the UK.
It bagged the Liberty Best Boutique Hotel prize at the Blue Badge Access Awards, a scheme which highlights hospitality venues going above and beyond to be accessible for people with disabilities, having been the only city centre hotel to be shortlisted in the category.
The access award follows The Telegraph recently being listed in the Top 100 UK hotels by the Sunday Times.
The venue has gained significant praise for its Freedom Rooms, which include a range of accessibility features.
The Telegraph opened its doors to the public less than a year ago, and general manager Amy Windsor, who received the award at Hotel Brooklyn in Manchester, said it was remarkable to see what it had achieved in that time.
“We’re very proud to win the award and I’d like to thank our staff and guests for making this possible.
“To be recognised for delivering a high level of accessibility in this way by the leading national accessibility award demonstrates we’re on the right track.
“We are constantly seeking to improve in any way we can, ensuring when people come to Coventry they have a memorable stay at the Telegraph Hotel.”