Islington sits between London’s high fashion houses, financial powerhouses and the West End’s packed theatre houses. There isn’t a better base for experiencing the endless stream of delights that London has to offer. It’s right at the hub of a transport network that gets you to the heart of things in jig time.
Of course, being one of the world’s major metropolitan centres can make London seem rushed and impersonal, but there’s an ingenious way around that too: check in with us! Warmth and a friendly welcome that come from the heart, not the manual, make our Jurys hotel in London Islington the best possible way to experience business or pleasure in the big city.
Jurys Inn London Islington wants all our guests to experience a comfortable stay, and all of our 229 affordable hotel rooms are designed with that in mind.
Our windows are all triple glazing to ensure you don’t have to hear the bustle of the city at night, and all our hotel rooms in Islington have air conditioning.
Jurys Inn London Islington also features a hotel bar and restaurant for dinner and refreshments.
We understand that the internet is now a daily part of most people’s lives, so each room has free WiFi as well as a flat screen TV with Freeview to guarantee that you don’t miss out on your favourite television shows.
Also available are tea and coffee refreshment docks, a hair dryer and a work area that’s well lit to ensure our business guests can work in appropriate surroundings.
The bathrooms are modern and spacious, with fresh towels and complimentary toiletries.
We have hotel bedrooms in Islington available for up to 3 adults at a time, or 2 adults and 2 children under 12, and all beds always have fresh linen, with the added option of extra pillows for extra comfort.
At our hotel in Islington, we have a number of wheelchair friendly bedrooms containing lowered beds, wider doors and fully accessible bathrooms to support guests with mobility disabilities.
The first thing you may want to do when you arrive is eat – so where better to start than Jurys Inn? If you want to stretch your legs and go somewhere else, Ottolenghi on Upper Street has accumulated some excellent reviews. There’s a page on Timeout that reviews a number of Islington restaurants, so you might want to look before deciding where to head.
If you’ve come to London for the proper tourist experience, there are a fascinating sights and attractions in Islington that can keep you busy for the day.
The Islington Museum allows you to explore Islington’s past. From its early days as a Middlesex village to the desirable part of central London that it is today. The museum regularly features exhibitions, talks, events and more. Take a look at the official page for more details.
Another fascinating building you might want to visit is the Business Design Centre. This building was opened as the Royal Agricultural Hall in 1862 and held regular agricultural shows – most notably the first Crufts dog show in 1891.
After a period of uncertainty, the building was converted into the Business Design Centre in 1986. Today the building houses many businesses, including mobile phone giant Samsung and clothes manufacturer Barbour.