Jury's Inn (Newcastle) Reviews
Description:Address: Scotswood Road / Newcastle / NE1 4AD / England
Newest Review: ... have freeview on them. Tea and Coffee and a kettle. Wifi, not sure on current pricing but it's not cheap unfortunately. Air con for those really hot summer days lol. And a rarity in some hotels these days, a hairdryer! Gasp Horror lol. The hotel does not offer room service, however there is a decent restaurant and bar which now also sells costa coffee. The lobby of the hotel is really ... more
Customer Jury's Inn (Newcastle) Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/04/13, updated on 06/04/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
The Jury's Inn hotel Newcastle (not to be mistaken with the newer hotel on gateshead side of the Quay's) ABOUT THE HOTEL This is a decent sized hotel, it has 274 bed rooms ranging from double to family rooms. One plus point I have found in the past with this hotel is that they do offer several triple rooms, that are available to 3 adults sharing. All rooms have a bathroom complete with complimentary toiletries. Flat screen tv's which all have freeview on them. Tea and Coffee and a kettle. Wifi, not sure on current pricing but it's not cheap unfortunately. Air con for those really hot summer days lol. And a rarity in some hotels these days, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Me and my friends were looking for somewhere to stay in Newcastle, as we were planning a night out there. One of my friendīs from another group told me he could get me a good deal to stay at the Jurys Inn as he worked in our local one. So, he booked us into the Newcastle Jurys Inn, 3 triple rooms. Upon first impression of the hotel, I was pretty impressed. It was located in a very central location, a few minutes walk from the centre and a short taxi ride (although we could have actually walked, but had heels on) to the bars and clubs. Our rooms were spacious, clean and the hotel had a nice atmosphere. Inside our rooms, we had a satelite television ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Over recent years, there has been a massive decline in the amount of business travel I undertake. Even so, I now find myself in roughly the same places each month and this means that I continue to maintain a portfolio of favourite hotels, selected on the basis of service, quality and value for money. Don't get me wrong, if budget were no issue, then my list would be rather different, but as things currently stand I'm not normally looking to spend more than Ģ100 for a room outside of London, if I can help it Jury's Inn in Newcastle is easily the best hotel in the city that consistently matches my budget. Situated on the western fringe of the city centre, the ... Read the complete review
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