Jurys Inn Belfast
Jurys Inn Belfast Hotel,
Great Victoria St,
Belfast, BT2 7AP
Tel:+44 28 9053 3500
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Our Belfast hotel’s location puts us in the perfect spot whether you’re a visitor in town on business, or a culture vulture looking to hoover up the best experiences that this wonderful city and its people have to offer.
Belfast may be bursting with energy, but it’s a compact city, and Jurys Inn is close to Waterfront Hall, Odyssey Complex and City Hall. For the retail shopper, Donegall Place, Castlecourt and Victoria Square are only minutes away, making it the ideal choice when it comes to hotels in Belfast.
Our hotel in Belfast features 190 spacious and affordable bedrooms that can accommodate a single guest all the way up to three adults. If you are staying as a family, we have affordable hotel rooms available for two adults and two children. There is also a hotel bar and restaurant for hungry and thirsty guests.
At Jurys Inn, we aim to make sure your stay is as comfortable as possible, so we provide you with fresh bed linen with the option for extra duvets and pillows. All rooms have air conditioning, along with high speed Wi-Fi internet and a modern television with freeview to allow you to keep up to date with your favourite programmes. Our bathrooms are spacious and modern, and come with fresh towels and complimentary toiletries.
We have a number of rooms with increased access for guests who require extra mobility. We also have accessible public toilets for wheelchair users and lifts to all floors of the hotel.
Of course you wont want to spend all of your Belfast city break in the hotel, so here are a few things you can get up to during your stay:
There aren’t many family days out better than a trip to the Belfast Zoo, where the whole family can see a variety of interesting and exotic animals. Belfast Zoo opened in 1934 and is home to some wonderful creatures – many of which are under threat in their natural habitat. The zoo is always welcoming new arrivals, including a baby sloth in 2013.
The world’s most famous ship was built in Belfast, and at the Titanic’s Dock and Pump-House you can visit the resting place for it’s final preparation for voyage. In 1912, Titanic was the most innovative and awe-inspiring object ever created, and this site is perfectly preserved to give you the closest look into the sheer magnitude of the iconic vessel.
Until it’s closure in 1996, Crumlin Road Gaol was the oldest prison in Northern Ireland. After closure, it was fully renovated and re-opened as a popular Belfast tourist attraction. You can visit to learn about how prisoners were treated in an earlier period of history.
If you’d like more ideas of things to do, take a look at our Belfast guide.
Jurys Inn Group are firmly committed to reducing the environmental impact of our hotel operations through pro-active environmental and social policies.