|"Lovely breakfast and lovely staff!"||(in 216 reviews)|
|"Fantastic super comfy bed"||(in 116 reviews)|
|"Friendly and very helpful staff."||(in 306 reviews)|
|"Rooms very tired and run down"||(in 22 reviews)|
|"Bathroom was very tired looking."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"The room was poorly maintained and dirty."||(in 213 reviews)|
It was relatively cheap - but not that cheap
The reception area looks swanky but it’s a fur coat and no underwear. Good location for Old and New town
Room was a time machine from the 90’s Shower didn’t work because of ‘pressure issues’. The same ‘pressure issues’ also meant the the hot water failed to come out of the taps unless they were fully opened for at least five minutes and then it took a good 15 minutes to fill the shallow bath. The maintenance man said this was always an issue on the third floor particularly in the morning because everyone was using the water. Husband had to rescue something from under the sagging couch and wish he’d left it there - disgustingly filthy and left us feeling queasy that we’d been in the same room as that level of filth. Probably not been moved since the 90’s... Relative to other hotels it’s a cheaper option but not cheap enough - I’d have paid a bit more for a consistent hot water supply and a room that had been deep cleaned in the last decade.
Perfect location, comfortable and clean
Right off the Royal Mile, this hotel couldn't be in a better place. Comfortable, clean rooms with great views. Funny British ways about electricity - you have to put a hotel key in to a special reader inside the room to turn on the electricity in the room. They really don't want you to leave the lights on when you're not there, I guess. Perfect spot for our stay.
We stayed in two different rooms. The second room had a bathroom that needed some work. It was clean, but some towel bars were showing rust, and the tile needed to be re-caulked.
Great price. Perfect location to walk with luggage from the train station (less than 5 minute walk) and close to a bus stop (less than 10 minute walk) to the airport. Incredibly helpful staff. Clean rooms, well furnished. So pleased.
the reseption staff who made our checked in was very helpfull staff
Great location, very comfortable hotel at a reasonable price, very easy access to the royal mile from the back.
Thought the male receptionist checking me in was a bit unfriendly, probably the end of a long shift. I did not take any of the coooked buffet breakfast as it looked so unappetising. Rest of the breakfast was very nice though.
I liked the fact that tho we presented ourselves off the flight from Dublin at 8.15 am the receptionist said we could access the room after housekeeping had finished, around 10.15. We had breakfast and returned, very grateful.
Had no complaints
The location is fairly central which is good.
The hotel was generally cold throughout, the room was cold. The room was clean however i would say the bathroom requires some form of general cleanup. I would imagine there are cleaner more comfortable hotels for the same money elswhere.
The location is great for sightseeing and for shopping, and is just a couple of minutes from the train station. The rooms are a good size and were very clean.
The rooms at the front overlooking the train station are very noisy.
far too expensive for a three star hotel
Excellent value for money for great location. Large, clean room very comfortable.
Cheap rates for Edinburgh.
Tired and room not clean - empty crisp packet lying on floor. A little spartan.
The location is perfect: right below the Royal Mile and next to the central station and the bus stop to/from the airport. The staff is friendly enough, the room clean and comfortable.
Located in the Old Town portion of the city, Jurys Inn Edinburgh can be found on Jeffrey Street, which is only a short distance from the Royal Mile. Within short walking distance, guests at Jurys Inn can find Waverley Station and the bus station.
There are 186 guest rooms available in Jurys Inn, and they feature soft and spacious beds. The ensuite is stocked with complimentary toiletries, and there is also a flat-screen TV and W-Fi access. Many of the rooms are wheelchair accessible with wider doorways and lower beds.
Jurys Inn features an in-house bar where house wine is served and there is a nice beer selection. Dinner is served at the property's restaurant, and there is even a coffee bar for satisfying a caffeine fix. Room service is available from 12 pm until 10 pm.
Business travelers can make use of the five meeting rooms that contain space for up to 50 people. Plus, food and refreshment options can be added to the meeting room rental.
There are plenty of attractions nearby for those with more leisure time. Edinburgh Castle has been standing since the 12th century, and it offers plenty of history and photo opportunities. Just 12 minutes from the hotel is the National Museum of Scotland, which showcases everything from dinosaurs to fashion. It is a favorite with kids and families. Holyrood Park is a good spot for bird watching or hiking. One of the top attractions in Edinburgh is the Royal Yacht Britannia which offers tea at the Royal Deck Tea Room.
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Jurys Inn Edinburgh is located at 43 Jeffrey Street in Old Town, 0.4 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. Museum of Childhood is the closest landmark to Jurys Inn Edinburgh.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Jurys Inn Edinburgh.
Yes, Jurys Inn Edinburgh offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Jurys Inn Edinburgh does not offer free parking.
No, Jurys Inn Edinburgh does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Jurys Inn Edinburgh is 7.2 miles from Edinburgh Turnhouse. Jurys Inn Edinburgh is 35.1 miles from Dundee.
No, pets are not allowed at Jurys Inn Edinburgh.
No, Jurys Inn Edinburgh does not have a pool on-site.