Coventry Progress House
COVENTRY PROGRESS HOUSE
|APARTMENT||SLEEPS||MIN STAY||BED CONFIG||SIZE||RATES|
|2 Bed 1 Bath||5||2 Nights||x2 Singles, x1 Double bed & x1 Double Sofabed||653 Sq Ft||From £105/ngt|
Our fully furnished, stylish two bedroom apartment features an open plan living/dining space with a fully equipped kitchen and own bathroom. The living area is equipped with a flat screen TV and a sofa where you can relax after a long days work and feel at home to watch your favourite movies or TV shows. There is a fabulous canal view from the balcony! Netflix and superfast fibre Wi-Fi are all included.
|NetFlix TV||24Hr Check-in||Bed Linen||Secured Parking||Convenient Location||Hair Dryer||Complimentary Tea/Coffee||Washing Machine|
|Dishwasher||High Speed Wi-Fi||Fully Equipped Kitchen||Iron & Ironing Board||Weekly House-keeping||Baby Travel Cot|
Progress House, 1 Quayside Court, Coventry. CV1 4NF
A bit about Coventry
After being awarded as the UK City of Culture 2021, Coventry commits to deliver a spectacular and extraordinary year. But other than this prestigious award, Is Coventry a nice place to live anyway? There are so many things to see and do in this city. If you are looking for a place that has a rich history, then getting to know Sublime Stays Apartments Coventry is perfect for you. In fact, this city was one of the worst hit cities during WWII which left ruins that turned out to be the city’s best assets. It is also the home of ancient legends and unique culture and arts. On top of that, Coventry was the third holder of the title UK City Culture of 2021 and just looking at the city’s culture and history, it’s pretty obvious why Coventry was chosen.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport run a competition which in every four years, cities of UK compete to be awarded the prestigious title UK City of Culture. Last December 2017, Coventry competed against eleven other cities, but the diversity, youthfulness and how the city came to understand its assets as a cultural city and its story as a ‘city of welcome’ led Coventry in winning the UK City of Culture of 2021. This title gave the city a way to showcase its beauty, culture and history and provided Coventry a huge amount of opportunity to place the city on a national and international stage.
Getting to know Coventry, this city was also declared the eight best city in the UK to live, work and do business according to the 2016 Good Growth for Cities Index. The criterias measured by the said study covered jobs, skills, transport, income, health, work-life balance, new businesses per head and house prices to earnings. Many businesses and families are opting out to regional cities for a better and more affordable way to live as the standard of living in cities such as London are getting too expensive making it hard to maintain a decent standard of living. Getting to know Coventry is at the very heart of the country which has incredible access to London and Birmingham. This is also one of the reasons that made Coventry the best place to live, work and play.