Derby is a lively hub of English history intertwined with bustling modern life and full of city excitement. Jurys Inn Derby is ideally located in the Cathedral Quarter which is bursting at the seams with heritage and culture as well as a thriving business district for the business traveller. Discover unique stores, a vibrant café culture, Market Place and Market Hall (housed in stunning Victorian architecture), and a range of museums, galleries, concerts and tours all within a ten minute walk.
You can also enjoy a ten minute jaunt from Jurys Inn Derby to St Peters Quarter, Derby’s epicentre of shopping . Peruse a range of high streets stores, discover Eagle Market, and lose yourself in Westfields Derby for an immersive day in retail therapy. St Peter’s Quarter also offers a range of fantastic restaurants, bars and event venues for business entertaining or a romantic night on the town. For those wishing to explore outside the city centre, our Derby hotel offers short drives to Alton Towers amusement park, Kedleston Hall and the breath-taking Peak District and Dales.
Whether you're a Jurys Inn business or pleasure guest, our city centre hotel in Derby will ensure you enjoy all the treasures that this beautiful city has to offer
Settle into one of our 213 stylish hotel rooms perfectly designed for our guests’ comfort with large soft beds, en-suite bathrooms and flat screen TVs with Freeview. Our spacious rooms also accommodate up to three adults or two adults and two children under twelve and include well-lit work areas, tea and coffee docks, and hair dryers. With Wi-Fi throughout our hotel, whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, Jurys Inn Derby offers all the amenities needed for a restful and relaxing stay.
Jurys Inn provides a number of wheelchair accessible bedrooms. These rooms have been designed to the highest specifications to make your stay with Jurys Inn as easy and pleasurable as possible.
These bedrooms include wide doorways, floor space to manoeuvre, and accessible bathrooms. Throughout the hotel, we also provide accessible toilets in public areas and lift access to all floors.
Enjoy a relaxing drink at Jurys Inn Derby’s stylish on-site bar after a long day of city attractions or business. Peruse our bar menu for a range of delicious meals from horseshoe gammon to classic burgers.
For those wishing to sit down for a two or three course meal, our hotel offers an in-house contemporary restaurant which has a range of delectable dishes from loin of pork with creamed potatoes to succulent steaks. For our younger guests we provide a kids menu.
Curl up with a deliciously rich coffee or hot chocolate from our all day Costa coffee bar and relax with a good book or newspaper. You can also enjoy web browsing or sit down to work with Jurys Inn’s hotel-wide Wi-Fi.
Our Derby hotel has a fantastic cardio gym for any guests wishing to fit in a workout before a day filled with city attractions or business.
If you are Business guest, we have five fully equipped Meeting Rooms with flexible layouts to suit your meeting or conference needs. Jurys Inn Derby also offers business packages providing different facilities and catering options to suit your meeting, conference, training day or event. To ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible, we have dedicated event staff on hand and ready to help.
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Step back in time and explore one of Derby’s finest Georgian townhouses! Pickford’s House museum has recreated the typical Georgian home from the dressing room to the servant’s bedroom. The museum exhibits different time periods with the kitchen, laundry and scullery displayed as it may have been in 1830, the fully-functional Edwardian bathroom as well as a basement air raid shelter recreated with 1940s styling.
The museum is free to visit and is open Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sundays 1-4pm. Pickford’s House is a short 11 minute walk from Jurys Inn Derby.
Wander around this beautiful little chapel and absorb a rich glimpse into history from the 18th Century to the present day. The tower was built in 1601 in the Gothic Survival style whereas the chancel/chapel was built in 1699 and the church was later built by Sir Arthur Blomfield in 1895. St Werburgh’s chapel retains many of its original furnishings including a font cover, an intricately carved wooden screen, by Robert Bakewell. This Derby hidden gem is also the site where the famous writer Dr Samuel Johnson married Elizabeth Porter in 1735.
St Werburgh’s Chapel is free to visit and open most Saturdays between 10.30am and 3.30pm. Thekey is available from the Derby Museum and Art Gallery over the road. Jurys Inn Derby is a brief 8 minute walk from St Werburgh’s Chapel.
Derby offers many little pockets of greenery in the city for those in search of an urban oasis. We recommend two of Derby’s rather beautiful parks:
Darley Park is the perfect place to enjoy some nature within the city. Sitting on the River Derwent and housing a beautiful National Collection of Hydrengas, a superb butterfly garden, a nature reserve, football pitches and a children’s play area, this park is the perfect place for all to enjoy a picnic or a leisurely walk. Darley Park is a short 15 minute jaunt from Jurys Inn Derby.
Markeaton Park is a popular east midlands park with many activities available and 207 acres of parkland to explore. The park is home to the fantastic Mundy Play Centre (including adventure playgrounds, crazy golf, donkey rides etc.), a water play centre, Craft village, tree trail, a lake, fishing and sports facilities (including boats and canoes).This beautiful park is a leisurely 27 minute walk from Jurys Inn Derby and well worth a visit.
See our City Guide for more Derby attractions.