A WARM WELCOME EVERYTIME
Regular guests know that a stay with us in any Jurys Inn always means friendly service. It’s not something that we reserve just for regulars however. As a first time guest you’re sure of a warm welcome too. You can also be sure that you’ve found a hotel with excellent facilities, great value and a central location.
What else sets us apart for the guests?
We know that listening matters, and because we’re a small group of hotels we can quickly adapt to give that little extra. It might be staff who are available 24 hours, or an early business breakfast option, but at a Jurys Inn little things make big differences.
Whether people visit for business or leisure our rule stays the same: make the guests’ everyday experiences exceptional.
The locations may change, but in our 32 hotels across the UK, Ireland and the Czech Republic, a warm welcome, great service and facilities plus a whole lot of extras are always guaranteed for guests. In fact they’re just the starting point for a relaxing, memorable stay, whether it’s business or leisure.
Jurys Inn Group staff will be taking on a 2013 mile cycle on the longest day, 21st June 2013. The miles will be covered by a team from each hotel cycling to the next Jurys Inn in the next city covering all 32 hotels.
Our aim is to raise £50,000 for Charity – half of this will go to DePaul Ireland, the Company nominated charity supporting homeless people in Ireland and the UK. the rest of the money will be split between our properties for the local Charity of their choice.
We will have employees cycling anything from 1 mile to 120 miles in this challenge and welcome the sponsorship of our guests, friends, family and local businesses. More details about the event can be found on our Facebook Page.
We hope that our riders have a great day and manage to raise great funds for Charity as well as having a bit of fun along the way!
How your fundraising helps...
£5 could pay for a travel card for a young person to attend an appointment.
£15 could pay a volunteer’s expenses for one night’s Nightstop emergency accommodation.
£50 could for a week’s cookery course led by a volunteer in one of our hostels.
£200 could pay for a basic start- up kit for a young person about to be resettled in their own home.
£750 could refurbish and equip a room in one of our hostels.
£2000 could pay the gas bill or cleaning costs for one of our projects.
If you would like to support our teams raise money for charity donate today!