Jury's Inn (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:43 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh, Lothian, Scotland EH1 1DG. Phone: (44 131) 2003300. Fax: (44 131) 2000400.
Newest Review: ... back for the winter warmer special price of £59 a night. However, I am not sure if I would go back for £92 a night, it seems a bit much for the hotel itself is not spectacular, but it was nice. The hotel is situated on Jeffrey Street, a 5 minute walk from Princes Street and the Edinburgh Waverly railyway station, where I got off at. This was very convenient, especially if like me, you are ... more
Customer Jury's Inn (Edinburgh) Reviews (3)
by - written on 02/01/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I recently stayed here just after Christmas, 27th - 29th December 2010. It was a last minute decision to go to Edinburgh and so the hotel room was booked only a few days before. As it was left until the last minute i was quite surprised that the room was only £59 a night including breakfast, booked directly on their website. It was called a 'winter warmer' special. This was for a standard double room. The prices are now showing up as £75 and this is for the room only, no breakfast included. For breakfast included it is now £92 a night. As it goes for most hotels, it all depends on when you are booking and when you are booking the room for. I believe I got a bargain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
As a regular short trip visitor to Edinburgh, I have stayed in a selection of hotels and guest houses. I would definitely conclude that the Jury's Inn is probably the best and most convenient. *Location* Located on Jeffrey Street, it is within a 2 minute walk from Edinburgh's main Waverly Station. When you leave the platforms simply take a right, ascend the nearest staircase and when you leave the station on the left, you are on the same road as the hotel. Simples! Make sure you leave on the side of the Edinburgh Dungeon and you should see the Sports Bar just in front of you. Just behind the hotel is the Royal Mile, which is accessible by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/07, updated on 02/12/07 (Very useful, 194 readings)
We visited my old home city of Edinburgh recently to attend a family wedding, so some good but reasonably priced accommodation was required for myself and my wife and our 16-year-old daughter. Our needs were simple enough. The hotel had to have a fairly central location as the wedding was taking place in the 5-star Glasshouse Hotel at the top of Leith Walk, it had to be clean and with an ensuite bathroom, and it had to be fairly inexpensive. There's no shortage of hotel accommodation in Edinburgh that would meet the first two requirements, but the price of decent hotels in Edinburgh (in my experience) can vary from very expensive to totally ... Read the complete review
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