Rooms at the conference venue Radcliffe and Scarman will sell out quickly. There are a number of events taking place in Coventry at the time of TaaS Technology and hotels are filling up fast. If you require hotel rooms, please book ASAP at the hotels below. All hotels are within close proximity of the conference venue:
The Radcliffe and Scarman (2 minute walk)
CV4 7SH - This postcode will direct you to Gibbet Hill Road, the main road through the University.
Follow signs for Lakeside Village, you’ll then find signposts for Radcliffe and Scarman.
Nailcote Hall (5 minutes by car)
Nailcote Hall, Nailcote Lane, Berkswell, Warwickshire CV7 7DE. UK.
Village Hotel Coventry (5 minutes by car)
The Village Hotel Dolomite Avenue, Coventry Business Park, Coventry, CV4 9GZ
There is plenty waiting to be explored around the TaaS Technology venue.
The local area has much to offer with busy cities and quiet towns only a short journey away, each offering something unique.
Why not stay an extra day and explore some of the neighbouring areas?
Discover more things to do in and around Coventry by visiting visitcoventry.co.uk
The 700-acre University of Warwick campus has plenty to experience.
Beautiful countryside is all around just waiting to be discovered.
Rich in culture and heritage with attractions, popular cafes, bars and quirky restaurants.
Pay a visit to the unique modern cathedral and the Transport Museum.
Take the traffic-free countryside walk to Kenilworth and unearth castle ruins.
Kenilworth packs in a lot for a small town with some great restaurants.
Britain’s second city, only 30 minutes away. An exciting, ever-changing place, with something for everyone.
Fantastic museums and galleries; brilliant shopping; restaurants serving every possible cuisine, and buzzing nightlife.
Uncover the history of Warwick, home to one of the finest castles in the country.
It’s also home to a pretty market square, a wealth of historic buildings, and plenty of places to eat and drink.
A medieval market town and the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Set on the banks of the River Avon, it’s home to historic buildings, shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, and, of course, great theatre.