Jurys Inn Newcastle completes £1.5m refurb

Jurys Inn Newcastle has completed a 12-month £1.5m makeover, offering nine newly-refurbished meeting rooms.

The property, located in NewcastleGateshead Quays on South Shore Road, has 203 bedrooms. 

Jurys Meetings inclusive day delegate rates include the cost of room hire, AV equipment, unlimited tea and coffee, WiFi, wired internet service, stationery toolkit and lunch.  

The Newcastle upgrade comes as part of a wider refurbishment programme across the Jurys Inn group with more than 1,005 bedrooms and public areas having already received a complete makeover in 2012. Jurys Inn has earmarked a total spend of £25m for projects through 2012 and up to the end of 2014 as part of an on-going refurbishment programme, which has also seen a number of hotels refurbished in 2011. 

Jason Dalus, general manager, said: "We’re especially proud of our 9 newly refurbished meeting rooms, which along with our dedicated meetings team and a new Jurys Meetings inclusive day delegate package, provide great value for money for corporate guests and makes us a great city centre meetings choice."

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