Jurys Inn Leeds has 248 stylish and spacious rooms able to accommodate up to three adults, or a two adults and two children under twelve. Our rooms house large soft beds, en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, flat screen TVs with Freeview, and Wi-Fi.
Our Leeds hotel offers ultimate comfort away from home whether you are visiting for business or pleasure.
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.
Enjoy a glass of wine at Jurys Inn Leeds’ stylish on-site bar after a long day or dine in our in-house contemporary restaurant. We serve a range of tasty dishes; take a look at our menu here. For those travelling as a family, we also provide a kids menu.
Enjoy a rich coffee or warming hot chocolate at Jurys Inn Leeds’ all-day Costa coffee bar where you can relax with a newspaper or a good book. If you want to use the area for work or to browse the web, Jurys Inn provides Wi-Fi throughout our hotel.
Want to get a work out before that business meeting? Or fancy a quick workout before hitting the sites? Our Leeds hotel offers a cardio gym for those wanting to fit in some exercise during their stay.
If you are Business guest, we have fully equipped Meeting Rooms and event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
This Beautiful Grade 1 listed building came about after a competition was held in 1852 to build the town hall. Cuthbert Broderick won the competition and Queen Victoria opened Leeds town hall in 1858 highlighting the hall as an important civic structure. Leeds town Hall is one of the largest in the UK but is now mainly used for formal civic functions, concerts and other entertainment events. This stunning landmark is well worth a visit during your stay in Leeds.
Located in the building that houses both Leeds Art Gallery and Leeds Central Library, the Victorian Tiled Hall café is a great little spot to have a coffee, a light bite or even a beer. Originally a reading room for the library, this fantastic arched hall, eventually fell out of use until it’s restoration in 2007. Building on the magnificent archways and large marble columns, the room has a majestic feel with beautiful ornate tiles and mosaic ceiling. Transport back in time and enjoy the splendour of this unique building with a cup of Yorkshire tea and cake.