The Jurys Inn hotel in Manchester is perfectly situated in the heart of this thriving city. With both Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road stations less than a ten minute walk, Manchester Central Convention Centre around the corner and a range of fantastic bars and restaurants surrounding us, our Manchester hotel is ideally located for both business and pleasure guests.
Soak up some culture and enjoy a little shopping with Manchester city’s plethora of exciting attractions. Explore fantastic art collections at the Artzu Gallery, fit in some retail therapy at the UK’s largest inner-city shopping centre, Manchester Arndale, and absorb some culture and heritage in the heart of Manchester at Albert Square where you can admire stunning Victorian Gothic style architecture of the town hall and square. If you’re headed up to the Phones4u arena (formerly known as Manchester Arena or MEN Arena), our hotel is an easy 20 minute walk from the venue.
Whether you are visiting on business or for pleasure, we have 265 spacious rooms perfectly designed for a restful and comfort filled stay. All our rooms are furnished with a large soft bed, a well-lit desk, TV with Freeview and an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries. Our Manchester hotel rooms accommodate up to three adults or two adults and two children under twelve and also features Wi-Fi.
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 rooms include wide doorways, floor space to manoeuvre, and fully accessible bathrooms. Throughout the hotel, we also provide accessible toilets in public areas and lift access to all floors.
Jurys Inn in Manchester offers a stylish on-site bar perfect for a relaxing glass of wine or beer after a long day in the city.
You can either enjoy a light bite from our bar menu or dine in our restaurant with a range of delectable dishes to choose from. If you are travelling as a family, please take a look at our children’s menu.
Drop by our all-day Costa Coffee bar to curl up with a hot drink and relax with a newspaper or a good book. If you want to use the area for work or internet browsing, Jurys Inn provides Wi-Fi throughout our Manchester hotel.
If you are visiting for business, we have fully equipped Meeting Rooms able to accommodate up to 50 people as well as event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
Haven in the City: Manchester’s Parks and Squares offers eight fantastic spots to find an oasis within the city centre and enjoy some nature intertwined with the city landscape.
Each location offers a different view of the city with various cultural and architectural gems to admire. There is even a handy publication offering information about each location and its features so you can choose your ideal inner-city escape!
Piccadilly Gardens offers the largest open space in the city centre and is a little hub of an ‘urban oasis’. With water fountains, plenty of green and a surrounding of cafes, bars and restaurants, this is a perfect picturesque location to enjoy a picnic or al fresco restaurant lunch. Piccadilly Gardens is also host to street food, fruit and flower markets every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and is just a 16 minute walk from Jurys Inn Manchester.
Manchester Cathedral is a stunning cultural gem dating back to 1215. Despite the major refurbishment during the 19th Century, effectively making the church slightly more ‘modern’, the cathedral oozes history, spirituality and an overall awe that comes from exploring such intricately crafted cathedral architecture. With only a leisurely 17 minute walk up from our hotel, Manchester Cathedral is well worth a visit during your stay.
A short walk up the road from Manchester Cathedral and 20 minutes from Jurys Inn Manchester is the oldest public library in the English-speaking world. Chetham’s Library began collecting books in 1655 and has been adding to its collection since.
There are many treasures to discover from early printed books, manuscript diaries, letters, deeds, prints, paintings and more. The library is run by an independent charity and is free for readers and visitors, however if you wish to read, you will need to book an appointment.