Destination Guide: Ireland

Jurys Inn completes makeover of Irish hotels

Jurys Inn has completed the transformation of its five Irish hotels located in Dublin (Custom House, Christchurch and Parnell Street), Cork, and Galway following a 9m euro investment by the hotel group.

The Group’s 937 Irish bedrooms have been revamped with new wall coverings, furnishings and spacious bathrooms, while each of the hotels also has redesigned and contemporary lobbies, restaurants and bar areas.

Each of the newly redesigned bedrooms feature flat screen TVs and spacious bathrooms and the hotels’ food and beverage offering has also been enhanced. Jurys Inn has also introduced free Wi-Fi for all guests and improved the meeting room facilities in its Custom House and Cork hotels.

John Brennan, CEO of Jurys Inn, said: "We’re delighted to have completed the redesign and refurbishment of all our Irish hotels, which is part of our constant drive to invest in and enhance our brand and customer experience."

As part of the investment programme, over €5.8 million was spent on Jurys Inn’s three Dublin properties, located in Christchurch, Custom House Quay and Parnell Street, whilst €1.8 million and €1.6 million were spent updating Jurys Inns in Galway and Cork.

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