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News Archive - January 2013

£3m revamp for Jurys Inn Glasgow

£3m revamp for Jurys Inn Glasgow

Scotland’s largest hotel is undergoing a £3m refurbishment programme to broaden its appeal.

Jurys Inn Glasgow redeveloped 175 bedrooms before Christmas and is due to complete its overhaul of all 321 bedrooms by February 2013.

The hotel is also adding two floors of executive rooms to strengthen its offering to corporate clients. The rooms will feature upgraded facilities and furnishings as well as free wifi and early check ins and late check outs.

The investment is the first major redevelopment of the city centre hotel since its launch in 2003. As part of the refurbishment programme, all rooms will receive new furniture, carpets and artwork and refreshed bathrooms with new showers and chromework. Environmentally friendly lighting is being installed in the communal areas on every floor and new lighting fitted in each of the bathrooms.

The hotel’s public areas have also been overhauled. The new conference facility, Jurysmeetings, has been launched with extensive redecoration and new carpets fitted and furniture installed to the entire conference floor, which includes a conference breakout lounge and 10 meeting rooms.

New lobby and lounge areas have been created and the hotel’s 18 accessible rooms for disabled guests have also been refurbished.

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