Situated on Jamaica Street, our four star hotel in Glasgow is within a ten minute walk of three major stations- Glasgow Central, Queen Street and Argyle Street making it the ideal hotel for transport links within the city centre. With an easy three minute train ride (or 20 minute walk) to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and The Hydro Entertainment Arena, Jurys Inn Glasgow is perfectly placed for both business and pleasure guests.
Our four star Glasgow hotel is also a stone’s throw away from a plethora of restaurants and bars, a three minute walk from St Enoch shopping centre and just around the corner from The Arches, a unique bar, club and arts venue located beneath Glasgow’s Central Station.
Steeped in heritage, this city also has plenty of beautiful old buildings and monuments to explore, from breath-taking Glasgow Cathedral to George Square, offering guests a taste of Glasgow’s rich history.
Jurys Inn in Glasgow offers 321 comfortable, stylish and affordable hotel rooms able accommodate up to three adults or a family of four (two children, two adults).
All our Glasgow hotel rooms are en-suite and come with complimentary toiletries, a flat screen TV, free WiFi, air conditioning and room service available 24 hours. To ensure a comfortable night’s sleep, our rooms are equipped with large soft beds, with extra pillows and linen available on request.
Jurys Inn provides a number of wheelchair accessible bedrooms. These rooms have been designed to the highest specifications and include wide doorways, manoeuvrable floor space, accessible bathrooms and emergency cords to ensure your stay with Jurys Inn Glasgow is as easy and pleasurable as possible.
Enjoy a little Scottish flavor at The Grill Bar, our newly refurbished bar and restaurant, and relax with a drink or a tasty Scottish dish. If you want a two or three course meal, we have a fantastic contemporary restaurant with a range of delicious dishes on the menu. For our younger guests, we also provide a kids menu.
Enjoy a rich coffee or delicious hot chocolate from our all-day Costa coffee bar where you can sit with a newspaper, curl up with a good book, or surf the web on Jurys Inn’s hotel-wide free WiFi.
If you are a visiting Glasgow on business, we have 10 fully equipped meeting roomsable to accommodate up to 110 people, depending on layout. Our business packages offer tea and coffee refreshments, lunch options and dedicated event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
So whether you are planning a meeting, training session or a sales presentation, Jurys Meetings are perfectly tailored to your business needs.
For the full view, why not explore the virtual tour of Jurys Inn Glasgow.
Once you’ve unpacked and settled in, why not have a look at some of the fun activities available in Glasgow:
Glasgow is home to three of the most iconic football stadiums in Britain. Ibrox is home to Glasgow Rangers and Parkhead is the home of their bitter rivals, Celtic. Stadium tours are available at both grounds, and you might be lucky enough to be able to catch a match at either venue. Tours cost roughly £5.50 for children and £8 for adults with both stadiums admitting under 5’s for free.
There’s also Hampden Park which is the official stadium of the Scottish national team and the location for many music events.
All three stadiums are around a 45 minute walk or under 30 minutes via public transport from Jurys Inn Glasgow.
As one of the most visited museums outside of London and Scotland’s most popular free attraction, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum offers a fantastic day out for all. This stunning building opened in 1901 offering a range of fascinating stories to explore, and whether you are learning from the viewpoint of the artist or unlocking a piece of history, these stories are well worth discovering!
Kelvingrove features a wealth of notable artwork along with one of the world’s finest collections of arms and armour, among many other interesting exhibits. The museum opens between 10 and 11am depending on day of the week and closes at 5pm.
Located just a 35 minute walk or an 11 minute SUB ride from Jurys Inn Glasgow, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is also situated next to the beautiful Kelvingrove park, which is well worth a jaunt around if you are headed to the museum.
Opened in 1990 as part of Glasgow’s City as Culture year, the Royal Concert Hall is the home of many of the city’s major musical performances ranging from opera and classical to rock and pop. Alongside being home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, The Royal Concert Hall also hosts the world’s largest winter music festival, Celtic Connections, as well as offering gallery space to wander through, a gift shop and the Green Room Restaurant and Café bar for those just wishing to stop by.
The Royal Concert Hall is just a short 13 minute walk from Jurys Inn Glasgow.
For more city centre attractions take a look at our Glasgow City Guide.