Conveniently situated in the heart of Glasgow’s lively city centre Jurys Inn Glasgow can bring you the best of what Glasgow has to offer, just steps away from the bustling shops and great entertainment. With friendly and efficient staff you will always receive a warm welcome. Our hotel in Glasgow is situated on Jamaica Street, which is a short walking distance away from both Central and Queen Street stations.
Jurys Inn in Glasgow is one of our largest hotels with 321 comfortable, stylish and affordable hotel rooms, accommodating up to three adults or two adults and two children under twelve. All our Glasgow hotel rooms have a flatscreen TV, a hair dryer, WiFi and air conditioning. To help ensure the most comfortable night’s sleep, extra pillows and linen are available on request. You will have a well lit work area as well as a spacious bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
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.
If you’re feeling a little peckish, you can always head on down to The Grill Bar, our recently refurbished bar and restaurant that serves tasty Scottish food. Relax with a drink or order a tasty dish from the menu for a casual meal. If you want a two or three course meal, we have a fantastic contemporary restaurant with a range of delicious dishes on the menu. We also provide a kids menu for our younger guests.
Once you’ve unpacked and settled in, why not have a look at some of the fun activities available in Glasgow. Here are a few of them:
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.
There’s also Hampden Park which is the official stadium of the Scottish national team and location for many music events.
The most popular attraction in Scotland that’s free to enter, Kelvingrove was opened in 1901 and has recently undertaken a major refurbishment. The museum features a wealth of notable artwork along with one of the world’s finest collections of arms and armour, among many other interesting exhibits.
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. The hall has also stages non musical events such as graduations for Glasgow Caledonian University.
In the short history of the concert hall, it has been host to a couple of historical events. In 1993, Nelson Mandela received the freedom of 9 cities in Britain to a standing ovation in the hall. The Royal Concert Hall was also host to Bob Hope on the 50th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
For even more things to do check out our Glasgow guide.