If you’re making a trip to the beautiful seaside town of Brighton, you’ll be on the look-out for a convenient yet stylish hotel close to the city’s best attractions. Jurys Inn Brighton is located right at the heart of the city and just a short walk from the seafront, so you can enjoy every minute of your time here, whether you’re visiting for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both.
Where is Jurys Inn Brighton?
Jurys Inn Brighton is located in the city’s New England Quarter, right next to the railway station and just a ten minute walk from the Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome. If convenience is what you’re after, Jurys Inn Brighton more than ticks the box.
What you’ll find at Jurys Inn Brighton
The spacious bedrooms can accommodate up to three adults, or two adults and two children under twelve, and include:
- Large, comfortable beds
- En-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries
- Flat screen TVs with Freeview
- Free WiFi
- Tea and coffee station
If you need a wheelchair friendly room, they’re all designed to the highest specifications and kitted out with:
- Wide doorways
- Low beds
- Extra floor space
- Accessible bathrooms
Food and Drink
Whether you want a quick snack or a three course meal, Oddsocks Bar and Kitchen will make sure you’re well-fed during your stay at Jurys Inn Brighton. Enjoy a refreshing drink after a long day of meetings, grab a bite before venturing out for the evening, or take your time and tuck into a delicious main meal at this family-friendly restaurant.
For an early morning pick-me-up or a mid-afternoon recharge, head to our on-site Costa coffee bar for a relaxing hot drink, from smooth flat whites to indulgent hot chocolates, and a range of lovely cakes and healthier treats.
If you’re enjoying the comfort of your room, they can bring food to your door with room service from 12 noon to 6am. They run a smaller night menu from 10pm onwards, so you’ll never go hungry.
Things to do in Brighton
If you’re overwhelmed with choice for your stay in Brighton, here’s a rundown of our top things to do in this vibrant and fabulously quirky city.
Brighton Palace Pier
Embrace seaside kitsch with a fun-filled hour or two at Brighton Palace Pier. Play on the slot machines, have a go on the rides, take pictures from the pier and eat fish and chips looking out across the English Channel.
I recommend: wrapping up warm as it can get very windy out on the pier.
If you love shopping in offbeat independent shops, North Laine is the place for you. With more than 300 shops all located within a compact space, your visit to Brighton isn’t complete without a wander through its famously funky shopping quarter.
I recommend: visiting North Laine if you’re vegetarian, where you’ll find some superb meat-free produce.
Take in the fresh sea air with a stroll along Undercliff Walk, which skirts along the bottom of the white chalk cliffs to the east of the marina. The pathway along the sea wall is flat and paved, perfect if you’re with children or you’re looking for a gentle stroll without compromising on stunning views.
I recommend: stopping at Ovingdean Undercliff Cafe along the way for delicious homemade cakes and a good old cup of tea.
Whether you’re visiting in the depths of winter or the height of summer, a trip to Brighton Beach is a must. Take a bracing walk along the pebbles, or lay down your towel and bask in the sunshine on those precious few days of British summertime. If you’re feeling active, try out stand-up paddle boarding or sea kayaking.
I recommend: visiting in July to experience the annual Paddle Round the Pier Festival.
Booth Museum of Natural History
If you want to do something a little different during your weekend in Brighton, visit The Booth Museum of Natural History where you’ll see butterflies, birds, bones and fossils. There are lots of hands-on, interactive displays, and entrance is fee. We recommend: if you have young children, looking out for the museum’s special early years’ sessions for 2-5 year olds.
In the evening, take a short walk from the hotel to Brighton Dome to see brilliant performances spanning live music, film, theatre and visual arts. The Dome is also one of the venues for the annual Brighton Festival, a three-week long celebration of the arts.
I recommend: taking a walk in the beautiful surrounding gardens if you’re passing during the daytime.
Travelling to and from Brighton
Whether you’re heading home or spending more time exploring this beautiful part of the UK, it’s easy to travel onward to local towns and cities from Brighton by either car or train. To help plan your journey, here’s how long it’ll take to reach some of the most popular onward destinations from Jurys Inn Brighton.
London: one hour 45 minutes by car, or one hour by train
Portsmouth: one hour 10 minutes by car, or one hour 20 minutes by train
Southampton: one hour 30 minutes by car, or one hour 50 minutes by train
Dover: two hours by car, two hours 30 minutes by train with one change at Ashford International