Jurys Inn Middlesbrough revamps events spaces

Jurys Inn Middlesbrough has unveiled its refurbished meetings and events space, following a £3.2m renovation programme.

Jurys Inn
Jurys Inn

The hotel has been refurbished throughout, including its 132 rooms. All public areas have also been upgraded, including the Endeavour Bar and Grill and Juvenate Health and Leisure Club.


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The refurbished and upgraded conference centre has been designed to offer flexibility and cater for a wide range of events, accommodating between eight and 400 delegates. There are 17 meeting and event spaces in total, including boardrooms, training and breakout areas as well as five larger suites. The largest meeting room, the Cleveland Suite, can accommodate up to 400 delegates theatre style, 300 for conferencing and training or 350 for private dinners and special events. Each event space at the hotel offers complimentary WiFi access, LCD projectors, white screens and adaptable furniture. 

General Manager, Damon Roberts, said: "We’re very excited to announce the completion of our refurbishment following the £3.2 million investment. We have completely upgraded the hotel and its facilities and look forward to welcoming guests and locals alike."

The Jurys Inn relaunched as a meetings specialist at the end of last year. 

More on new openings:

Malmaison announces Brighton hotel

Formby Hall announces plans for £2.4m refurbishment  

DoubleTree by Hilton opens in Greenwich

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