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Welcome to our Leeds Hotel

If you’re looking for a comfortable, stylish place to stay during your time in Leeds, our hotel at the heart of the city is a must-visit. Whether you’re here for business or leisure, our team will make sure you feel welcome from the very moment you step through the door. And with an on-site bar, restaurant and Costa coffee, you’ll find everything you need within the four walls of our hotel in Leeds.

Where are we?

Jurys Inn Leeds is located in Brewery Wharf in the city centre, just a short 10 minute walk from Leeds train station. Our convenient location means our guests are just 7 minutes away from the main shopping district, and a short stroll from the city’s most popular bars and restaurants.

What you’ll find at Jurys Inn Leeds

Our hotel in Leeds has 248 rooms in total,  accommodating up to three adults of two adults and two children under twelve. Each room has:

  • Large comfortable beds
  • En-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Tea and coffee station

For an extra luxurious stay, our 15 newly refurbished executive rooms include:

  • A super-king-size bed
  • Full Sky TV package, including movies and sports
  • Tassimo coffee machine
  • In-room refrigerator
  • Safe
  • A selection of refreshments and luxury toiletries

If you need a wheelchair friendly room, our accessible bedrooms are designed to the highest specifications and include:

  • Low beds
  • Extra floor space for manoeuvring
  • Accessible bathroom
  • Wide doorways

We also have accessible toilets in public areas of the hotel, and lifts to all floors.

Food and drink

After a long day exploring the city, there’s nothing better than returning to your hotel for a glass of wine or a refreshing beer. At our Leeds hotel we not only have a stylish on-site bar serving up drinks and snacks, but we also have a contemporary in-house restaurant. If you’re visiting as a family, we have a children’s menu too.

If you prefer the comfort of your own space, we offer room service from 12pm to 10pm, along with a smaller night menu from 12pm to 6am. You can find all the details on the menu card in your bedroom, or have a chat with our friendly staff at the front desk.

When you’re in need of a pick-me-up, you can grab a flat white or a latte at our on-site Costa Coffee bar. Relax with a book, browse the internet on our free WiFi, or have a quick espresso to prepare you for the day ahead.

Health and leisure

If you don’t want to miss your regular workout while you’re staying in Leeds, we have a cardio gym right here at the hotel. Whether you want an early morning jog on the running machines or a post-meeting exercise session, our on-site gym is the perfect place to stay in shape during your visit to the city.

Business guests

If you’re visiting Leeds on business, we know how important it is to have access to first-rate facilities. Here at Jurys Inn we have a number of fully equipped meeting rooms for your seminar, board meeting or conference, while our dedicated events team are on hand to help with planning and running your meeting.


Things to do in Leeds

If you need some extra ideas for your trip to Leeds, here’s a handful of our favourite things to do and places to see throughout the city.

Leeds Town Hall

As one of the most iconic buildings in the city, Leeds Town Hall is a must-visit. Built in the 19th century as the result of a design competition, today it’s used as an events space as well as a landmark in its own right. To get to Leeds Town Hall, the walk from Jurys Inn takes around 20 minutes.

We recommend: going next door to Leeds Central Library after your visit to the Town Hall

Marks in Time

Marks in Time is the birthplace of the iconic retailer Marks and Spencer, and today it’s home to an impressive collection of historic garments and company artefacts from more than 130 years of business. If you want to see the evolution of this popular British brand throughout the decades, Marks in Time is well worth a visit.

We recommend: taking the kids to play dress-up in the Children’s Zone.

Victorian Tiled Hall Café

Located in the same building as Leeds Central Library and Leeds Art Gallery , the Victorian Tiled Hall café is a great little spot to enjoy a coffee, a light bite or even a beer. Originally used as a reading room, the arched hall was restored in 2007, including its impressive mosaic ceiling and ornate tiles.

We recommend: opting for a classic Yorkshire tea and a slice of homemade cake.

Royal Armouries Museum

Located in Leeds Dock, the Royal Armouries Museum is home to an impressive collection of around 8,500 objects of mainly arms and armour from different countries across the world. Split across six themed exhibitions, including the tournament gallery, the oriental gallery and the self-defence gallery.

We recommend: watching a live jousting show at the Tiltyard outside. 

Roundhay Park and Tropical World

When you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, a visit to the beautiful Roundhay Park is a must. Go on a cycle ride, visit the monthly Oakwood Farmer’s Market, or see the impressive collection of plants at Tropical World.

We recommend: saying hello to the meerkats in the Desert House

The Grand Theatre

If you want to see a show, experience opera or watch ballet, a visit to the Grand Theatre is a must. Make sure you check the what’s on section of the website before you arrive, and book online or by heading to the Box Office.

We recommend: ordering your interval drinks before the show starts

Trinity Leeds

For a spot of retail therapy, make sure you pay a visit to Trinity Leeds shopping centre where you’ll find high street and designer stores all under one roof.

We recommend: combining your shopping experience with a trip to Everyman Theatre.

Kirkstall Abbey

Located on the banks of the River Aire, Kirkstall Abbey is considered one of the best examples of a Cistercian abbey in the UK. At the visitor centre you’ll find out more about the lives of the monks at the abbey during the 12th century, along with family activities run throughout the year.

We recommend: visiting the abbey museum across the road from the ruins

Exploring beyond Leeds

If you want to use our hotel in Leeds as a base for exploring beyond the city, here’s selection of our favourite sights just a short drive or day trip away.

  • Going hiking in the Peak District National Park, Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of Yorkshire Dales National Park
  • Visiting the Royal Pump Room in Harrogate
  • Taking the kids to explore Harewood House
  • Exploring the art installations at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
  • Browsing exhibits at the National Media Museum in Bradford

If you want more insider tips, make sure you have a chat with our front desk staff who will be happy to give more advice about places to see and things to do.

Travelling to and from our Leeds hotel

Here at Jurys Inn Leeds, we’re conveniently located within easy reach of the city’s excellent transport links, including Leeds Station which is just 10 minutes away on foot. To help plan your onward journey from our hotel, here’s a helpful snapshot of journey times to popular destinations from Leeds.

Sheffield: 50 minutes by car or 40 minutes by train

Manchester: one hour by car or 55 minutes by train

York: 40 minutes by car or 25 minutes by train

Newcastle: one hour 45 minutes by car or one hour 25 minutes by train

London: three hours 30 minutes by car or two hours 15 minutes by train

 

We look forward to welcoming you here at Jurys Inn Leeds.


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