Coming up in Coventry

ricoh arena from above


Coming up in Coventry

Opening back in 2005 the Ricoh Arena has become top tourist and local destination for Coventry. Since opening the Arena has been home to shows by the likes of Oasis, Take That, Rihanna and The Rolling Stones. Only a stone’s throw away from our Coventry hotel, the arena is the perfect form of entertainment. Let’s have a look at what is coming up soon!

Being Well Festival

Celebrate all the ways you can have a happier, healthier life with the Being Well Festival in Coventry. On the 24th October the arena will be flooded with a host of inspirational speaking including Jane Devonshire, Simon Thomas, Mary Rhodes and more.

You can find out more about the event on the Ricoh Arena website.

The Prosthetics Event

Are you into everything make-up, special effects and body art, this event is for you! Embark on a day of intensive learning, demonstrations and product shopping at the arena! Get your tickets here!

National Sales Conference

The National Sales Conference returns for its sixth year on the 27th/28th November. The conference is attended by 1000’s of sales pros from all over Europe.

Get your tickets for the event here!

The Greatest Christmas

Back for a second year The Greatest Christmas returns to the Ricoh Arena. Enjoy a circus-themed evening with a three course meal, fairground rides and a live DJ, all for only £60! The party continues at the Grosvenor Casino from 1:30pm onwards, you do not want to miss out on this! Find out more about The Greatest Christmas here!

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It is with a heavy heart that we have taken the decision to temporarily close our hotel as we strongly believe that this is the most responsible action we can take, with the wellbeing of our guests and our people being our number one priority.

It is hugely important to us that we do our best to protect jobs and offer financial security. We have a social and moral responsibility to support not only our colleagues but all emergency services where we can. The closure of our hotels enables us to offer support to emergency and medical services.

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