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101 Stroudley Road, Brighton, EnglandBN1 4DJ England | 0203 027 8675 (Call cost)
out of 152 reviews
“Brighton's new good value hotel”
Jury's Inn is very convenient for rail travellers, being next to the mainline station. It's brand new, with good quality of fixtures and fittings. The rooms were clean and of a good size - ours easily had room for a double and a single. Room prices were very competitive. We didn't sample the hotel restaurant as there were plenty of eateries within easy walking distance. The hotel is well placed to visit the main sights of Brighton - all within walking distance. Only downside is that they are still building flts at the back of the hotel, so ask for a room facing the railway.
Close to the train station and Queen's Road - short walk to the oceanfront. Great meals in hotel.
Staff were very friendly over an extremely busy weekend. Room was very clean and comfortable. Location right next to Brighton station made getting around a pleasure.
Excellent location.As you would expect from a new hotel everything clean and bright.Staff attentive and approachable,something sadly lacking in other hotels. Five walk minutes into town passing some lovely pubs and restaurants.Good parking opposite at train station. Would use again in the future.
“Would recommend for certain !”
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights at the end of Dec, Hotel very new and modern. For the price it is very good value wth parking just over the road, 10gbp per 24 hours & 1gbp on Sundays ( This is very cheap for Brighton ) Didnt eat at the hotel as there are many fantastic eateries within a short walk, so cannot comment on the food at the hotel. Room was great, Everything was new and worked. Hotel 5 minute walk from main Station, Noise not a problem at all, 15 - 20 min walk to the sea front. all in all a great place to stay, will probably go back later this year.
“A Pleasant Surprise”
I wasn't expecting the quality of the hotel when I arrived, purely based on the price I paid. When I found the hotel - a minute's walk away from the train station, which is very central - I was highly impressed, and at first wondered if I'd walked into the wrong place. Service was excellent, decor was above and beyond, the room was wonderful. In particular I'd recommend this to anyone seeing an event or gig in Brighton who wants to stay for one night in a comfortable, central hotel.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. It is a modern Hotel that is convenient for the station and located a short walk from the main street that leads to the town centre.
“You've got to stay here”
We recently visited Brighton, England and we pre-booked Jurys Inn through Expedia. The price was excellent and we stayed an extra night and got again an excellent rate. The hotel is modern, nice bar area and restaurant with excellent prices considering what you would pay in a hotel in Toronto. The rooms are well sized, we booked a double standard and there was a queen bed and a single. Large bathroom with tub, shower and sink with vanity area and hairdryer. Coffee maker with all the fixings for tea or coffee. Outside there is a lovely courtyard with picnic tables. The staff were very professional and very accommodating with anything we required for our stay. On the day we were leaving the hotel(still spending the day touring the area) staff put our luggage in a secured room after putting on baggage tags and giving us a claim ticket. The hotel is 2 min. walk to train station and 15 walk to Brighton seafront, that is if you don't stop to shop in The Laines(not to be missed). We would definitely stay here again or if in another city with a Jurys Inn will be booking in.
Very nice hotel. It's right next to the train station. Staff helpful, very nice rooms.
“No problems, just quibbles”
Expensive only when compared to some of the horror stories masquerading as hotels/B&Bs elsewhere in Brighton. Ideal if you want a clean, quiet, comfortable place to leave your stuff and don't mind being away from the dismal seafront. A superb chain hotel. Literally three minutes from the railway station, past a taxi rank. Buses and another taxi rank in front of the station too. Quibbles ? No character, no views to speak of, but so what ? Not cheap - Brighton in summer isn't - and nudging a tenner for a full breakfast is pushing it. The hotel also attracts more than its share of stag/hen groups as guests, but they tend to swarm elsewhere and were never a problem. You're about twenty minutes' solid walk from the sea, but a quick bus or taxi ride will avoid the trek from the hotel's bland surroundings through some lively - read grotty - streets. My room was a double, very spacious but at the expense of cupboard space, minibar and in-room safe; the management recommends leaving valuables in secure storage at reception (free at time of writing), and I concur; there really is nowhere in the room. And there was a crack in my bathroom ceiling; hardly a disaster. Last issue is the red fire alarm pull-cords in the bathroom; in my room one was right beside the toilet and one in the shower, and two more inconvenient locations you couldn't hope to find.