Jurys Inn Brighton

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

101 Stroudley Road, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GQ, United Kingdom

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Jurys Inn Brighton
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Average Value

Rated 21% higher but also costs 27% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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    Convenient New Hotel


    Just opened, much needed chain hotel that doesn't cost the earth, and VERY importantly for Brighton, does not enforce the stupid 2-night minimum stay rule that most others do.

    Right next to the station so very handy for people coming by train for one night only.
    It's a brand new building so should be spotless for a while at least !

    Havent stayed here but have tried other properties in this chain, and they are fine, no frills but better than a Travelodge. I will be recommending it to friends who come to Brighton and need somewhere to stay for 1 night.

    Unique Quality: Allows 1 night stays at weekends !
    Next door to the station.

    Directions: New England Quarter, next to the station.

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Great hotel

by TripAdvisor Member short-break-fan

Just returned from a weekend at this hotel. Hotel is only a few month's old so everything is brand new. Liked the fact that you need your room key card to use the lift and stairs to the bedrooms. Gives a feeling of security. Room very clean & comfortable. Excellent buffet breakfast. Location just across from the railway station and about twenty minutes walk from the seafront. Shopping centre within fifteen minutes. This is our second stay at a Jurys Inn and would definitely choose this hotel chain again. A feature of these hotels we particularly like is the machines which provide water, water & ice or ice. Great for chilling wine!

Worth the price

by TripAdvisor Member CMCLeicester

We were a little worried about using the railway station car park as we have heard ' its only 5 minutes away' so many times. In this case it would have more accurately described as 1 minute.

Both the public areas and the rooms are fine although our bathroom was cold (no visible source of heating)

Breakfast is very good and excellent value.

Service at the bar whilst we were there was excellent.

We had one evening meal & despite there being only one other table occupied the service was poor, down to lack of training rather than lack of effort I think & the waitress was very pleasant but had no idea of service (steak knives not offered, table not cleared between courses etc.).

The front desk manager is not the sharpest, arranged for us to be a delivered a newspaper we hadn't ordered & when it was given back to her on checking out took it back from us but didn't think to remove it from the bill. She also wanted my credit card before giving me the bill. So not the greatest service.

All in all worth the £69.00 per night we paid, although the £10.00 car parking put the price up a little.

Next time would probably pay more for a hotel closer to the centre of Brighton as this one is a long walk from the centre

Great hotel by the station

by TripAdvisor Member cabsandy

Booked online Apr 2008-said it was brand new and it is.There are a lot of upmarket apartments being built close by but there was no problem with noise-they'll all be finished by Summer 08 anyway. Walk outside the front reception and your are 50 yards form the main train station-so if you are coming from Gatwick or London, you can see the hotel as you draw in. Loads of taxis there as well.
Hotel is about a 10-15 min walk to the seaside (go to a great buffet Chinese called Wokmania-excellent). The reception is bright and spacious and the bar is very nice-loads of comfy seats and sofas.We stayed there unti 0300 (bar shuts at 0130) and had no hassles.Rooms are a good size-everything was clean.No problems with noise-didn't have breakfast so cant comment.
I would definetly stay there again-far enough away from the front not to get hassled but short taxi ride.And excellent location for the train. Try it-you wont be disappointed

Superior Budget Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Docski

Good new hotel in an area of Brighton, next to the station, that is still being redeveloped. So some building noise. I slept well though. Good comfortable room. Good bar design, shame they forgot to serve me my food, which was overpriced and average. I recommend walking 5 minutes down the hill to the nearest pub - better beer, better food, cheaper. I think it was called The Lord Nelson. This hotel is uphill from the coast - 10 minutes walk. £59 is a fair price to pay, in Brighton, I think.

Jury Inn Brighton.

by TripAdvisor Member EP1980

My boyfriend and I stayed at the JI this weekend. The hotel was really good and excellent value for money.

We liked the fact that it was near the station, as we didnt need to drag our luggage up the hill after our stay! The fact that it was out of the centre was a bonus which meant it wasn't noisy at all.

The rooms were spacious, clean and comfy. We didnt stay in the room much as the weather was gorgeous and we found places to eat and drink outside.
Dont waste your money or time dining or drinking in the hotel, venture out!!
The area where the hotel is, is being developement. We didnt hear any noise whilst we were there, and the little strip of bars/resturant 5 mins away was new and very good.

We would defo go back to JI again, if we can get the similar price and the standard of hotel is still the same.

Don't let the hill put you off going to the hotel!!

Nice Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member madbird_8

I stayed at this hotel for a night as part of a hen party which they have no problem in accommodating. What they DO have a problem with is reserving some space or tables for lunch/dinner, no matter how large your group or how much notice you give them!!!! We had a party of 25 people and they just didn't want to know. A few days before we were due to arrive we made an enquiry to see if we could reserve some tables/ an area for lunch. They said they didn't reserve tables as they may be 'busy '. They said they couldn't do anything to help, not even knock a few tables together. When we arrived there we two people sat eating and the resturaunt and bar area was HUGE!!! They could have easily have helped us. They ended up losing about £500 from us which we would have easily spent with them.

There were quite a few hen and stag parties and the staff do not seem to mind mind rowdy or noisy poeple. For families though, teh hotel is big enough for you to avoid party goers if you wish.

All the staff, with the exception of the Reception Manager, were a really miserable collection of people who couldn't raise a smile at all and weren't overly happy to help.

That said, the hotel itself was nice. The whole hotel was very new looking with soft carpets and bright colours. The rooms were a good size and very clean. It's a nice place to stay but not reccommended for somewhere you would like to stay and feel special.

The location wasn't too bad either. On a map it looks a fair distance from a lot of attractions but if you cut through the station the shops and beach aren't that far.

Good Budget Hotel Close to Station

by TripAdvisor Member StuartSussex

This is a good quality standard budget hotel to normal Jurys Inn standards. You won't get marble bathroom fittings, but everything is clean, modern and spacious.

Plus points are ..
- Position to station (just behind it)
- Modern hotel with modern facilities
- In a newly developed & quiet area of Brighton
- Close to the North Laines

Points to consider ...
- Not ultra luxurious
- A way away from the seafront (& up the hill) so not as good a location for conferences
- Good & large flat screen TV with plenty of channels

All in all an excellent stay & good value, so a great business stop if you are planning to be out with colleagues or friends.

Bank Holiday Weekend in Brighton

by TripAdvisor Member shelloid

My boyfriend and I needed a room in Brighton for one night over the bank holiday weekend. The Jury's Inn was the only hotel I could find that would allow this (all the others had a 2 or 3 night minimum at bank holidays), so we had to book it.

It was quite expensive (£129 for one night), but as it was our only option we went for it.

The location is great - literally 3 or 4 mins alk from the train station and only 5-10mins to the North Laines.
Even though the check in area was really busy when we arrived, we only had to wait for half a minute or so, before another member of staff appeared to check us in. The reception manager checked us in and he was really friendly and very efficient.
The keycard that they gave us for our room also was needed to call the lifts - which I thought was quite funky, and also added an extra security feature I guess, as only guests would be able to access lifts.
I think that many of the guests were down in Brighton for a night out, including a few hen/stag parties. This said our room was quiet and we couldn't hear any noise from neighbouring rooms/corridors, except doors being opened/closed.
The room itself was very clean and quite large. The bed was nice and comfy and I was pleasantly surprised to see a big plasma tv, with Sky One on it!
The shower was nice and powerful and there were plenty of nice towels for us to use.
Check out was easy enough for us as we had decided to pay on arrival, but other people who still had to pay did seem to be waiting around for a while (I guess that's what happens if you leave check out to the very, verry last minute like we did!)

Overall, a really good hotel - very clean and modern, good staff that we saw, great location and would allow a one night stay at a weekend.
The only downside for me (aside from the price) was pretty much expected - a bit of a sterile feel that you often get from chain hotels like this. However, I know many people who like this, so it's not really a downside at all!

Very convenient

by TripAdvisor Member BunnyJack

Stayed here on Sunday night and thought it good value for money.
Room was not ready until 4pm but it was obvious that they had been extremely busy on saturday and could not fault the cleanliness when we got it, in fairness we had booked a smoking room so could have probably had one earlier if we had wanted non smoking. Staff were all helpful and the location is brilliant for both the station and access if driving. Parked at the station car park which was only £1.00 Sunday to Monday, very easy stroll to the Lanes and shopping areas although we did get a taxi back. Breakfast was included but pretty awful but the overall rate was so good we could not complain.


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 Jurys Inn Brighton

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Address: 101 Stroudley Road, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GQ, United Kingdom