With over three hundred comfortable, stylish guestrooms, the Jury’s Inn Glasgow hotel has everything you need for an enjoyable stay in Scotland’s second city. Whether you’re visiting Glasgow for business or pleasure, our hotel and facilities are sure to leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Discover more about booking a city break in Glasgow here.
Situated on Jamaica Street, our four-star hotel in Glasgow is within a ten-minute walk of the city’s three major railway stations, Glasgow Central, Queen Street and Argyle Street, making it the ideal hotel for guests traveling by rail.
It’s an easy three-minute train ride (or 20-minute walk) to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and The Hydro Entertainment Arena, so Jurys Inn Glasgow is perfectly placed for both business and leisure guests.
Our four-star Glasgow hotel is just a stone’s throw from a plethora of excellent restaurants and bars, a three-minute walk from St Enoch shopping centre and just around the corner from Alston Bar & Beef, which boasts some of the best steak and gin in the city.
Jurys Inn in Glasgow offers 321 comfortable, stylish and affordable hotel rooms, all of which can accommodate up to three adults or a family of four (two children and two adults). Each room includes:
If you need a wheelchair-friendly room, our accessible bedrooms are designed to the highest specifications and include:
We also have accessible toilets in public areas throughout the hotel, and lifts to all floors.
Enjoy a little Scottish flavor at The Grill Bar, where you can relax with a drink or a tasty Scottish dish. We have a fantastic contemporary restaurant with a range of delicious dishes on the menu, and for our younger guests we also provide a kids menu.
Enjoy a rich coffee or delicious hot chocolate from our on-site 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.
Room service is available from 12pm to 10pm and a smaller night menu is also available from 12pm to 6am. Full details can be found on the room service menu in your hotel room.
If you are a visiting Glasgow on business, we have 10 fully equipped meeting rooms and can accommodate up to 110 guests. 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’re planning a meeting, training session or sales presentation, Jurys Meetings are perfectly tailored to your business needs.
For a complete view, why not explore the virtual tour of Jurys Inn Glasgow?
If you happen to be travelling to Scotland’s capital on business, check out our Edinburgh hotel, which has five meeting rooms and can accommodate up to 50 guests.
Once you’ve unpacked and settled in, why not have a look at some of the fun activities available in Glasgow:
Visit a Football Ground
Glasgow contains three of the most iconic football stadiums in Britain. Ibrox is home to Glasgow Rangers and Parkhead is the ground of their rivals, Celtic. Stadium tours are available on both grounds and cost around £5.50 for children and £8 for adults.
The official stadium of the Scottish national team, Hampden Park, has also hosted many live music events.
All three stadiums are around a 45-minute walk from Jurys Inn Glasgow, or less than half-an-hour on public transport.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
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. The museum opened its doors in 1901 and still boasts a fantastic range of exhibitions to explore.
Kelvingrove’s collections include a wealth of notable artwork, as well as one of the world’s finest collections of arms and armour. The museum opens at 10-11am 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.
Royal Concert Hall
Opened in 1990 as part of Glasgow’s year as the City of Culture, the Royal Concert Hall is the venue for a number of the city’s major musical performances, hosting artists from a variety of genres including opera, classical, rock and pop.
As well as being home to the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, The Royal Concert Hall also hosts the world’s largest winter music festival, Celtic Connections, and houses a gallery space which is open to the public, a gift shop and the Green Room Restaurant and Café bar.
Exploring beyond Glasgow
Aside from the attractions in Glasgow City Centre, there are lots of other iconic landmarks in Scotland which are just waiting to be explored:
Travelling to and from our hotel in Glasgow
To help with your travel plans, here’s how to reach Glasgow from some of the UK’s major cities:
Manchester to Glasgow: 4 hours via the M6 or 3 hours 20 minutes by public transport
Birmingham to Glasgow: 5 hours 10 minutes via the M6 or 4 hours by public transport
Leeds to Glasgow: 3 hours 50 minutes via the M6 or 4 hours 10 minutes by public transport
London to Glasgow: 7 hours 15 minutes via the M6 or 5 hours 20 minutes by public transport