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The Queens Hotel Vaults

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Hertford Street c1910 (Photo Harvey Barton) Shown with the Coventry Savings Bank and the post office to the left, in that order, the ‘Queens Hotel’ was one of the major hotels in Coventry at this period. The entrance to the stable yard at the rear, can be seen to the right of the main entrance. Although the front was badly bombed in the Second World War it remained open, until Hertford Street was redeveloped in 1967.

NAME QUEENS HOTEL VAULTS
ALTERNATIVE NAMES Previously QUEENS HOTEL BAR
ADDRESS WARWICK LANE

This could refer to a number of queens, Elizabeth I, Victoria or Anne being the usual candidates.

This was obviously the bar to the Queens Hotel, Hertford Street, which must have had a separate license at this time. It was listed as separate premises between 1911 and 1940 but a licensee's name is never given.

In the late nineteenth century it was known as the QUEENS HOTEL BAR.

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