The lobby is very impressive and large in size. There is a big beech wood check-in desk and lots of sofas placed throughout.
The fact that Glasgow was called the Second City of the Empire in Queen Victoria’s day tells you just how significant the city is, not just in Scotland but worldwide. It’s a major financial capital today, but not that long ago it was a giant of heavy industry, and before that a medieval religious settlement of great importance. Stay long enough and you might detect the rivalry between Glasgow and its near neighbour Edinburgh. The latter may be the capital, they say, but Glasgow has the capital. The Victorian influence in the architecture is everywhere you look, and culture runs deep along the twisting Clyde. The City of Glasgow has thirteen separate museums, including the reopened and mega-impressive Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, making it one of Europe’s most culturally important showcases. Visitors come for the sedate pleasure of these artefacts and the beauty of the architectural gems, especially those of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, one of Scotland’s most famous architects. The fact that the city is built on a grid system makes navigation even easier for the stranger in town, and you can depend on the fact that you won’t be a stranger for very long. Alongside those quieter pleasures, Glasgow is famous for its explosion of world-class venues, and a native live music scene that’s arguably the UK’s finest. Add to that the black humour, the spade-is-a-spade directness and the proud Billy Connolly-esque working class spirit and you’ve got a gruff, smiling welcome from Glasgow that will stay with you long after you’ve left it.
Jurys Inn Glasgow hotel has 321 bedrooms in total. More spacious than you’d expect, rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children, or just one guest. The well lit, spacious feel is clearly designed around our guests’ comfort. But that’s not the only little extra.
Our bar is the ideal spot for a quick lunch or to grab a bite to eat with colleagues and friends. Dishing up great bar food and drinks in contemporary surroundings, it is ideal for people on the go or even for those who just want to chill out over a light supper. Its unique approach to food expresses itself in the vibrant cuisine on the menu, plus the relaxed and welcoming atmosphere of its surroundings. In fact, the food is so good and the staff so friendly, you may even find it hard to tear yourself away. Totally committed to high quality food and wines at very affordable prices, you can thoroughly enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of our restaurant. Serving contemporary cuisine to impress the most discerning palate, our restaurant is dedicated to making your dining experience one you won't forget. Serving breakfast and dinner seven days a week, these informal yet stylish restaurants serve up delicious international cuisine that everyone can enjoy. Whether you are looking for a light snack or a hearty meal, our restaurant can suit your needs. Make sure you stop off after touring the city, or even before heading out for a night on the town. Il Barista is the unique all day coffee bar available at Jurys Inn. Il Barista coffee is made with passion and served with style. Whether you've time to sit in and cherish the aroma or need a quick pick-me-up on the way out the door, pop into Il Barista and you’re guaranteed the perfect cup of coffee. Il Barista offers guests and visitors the ultimate luxury experience, boasting an impressive array of specialty coffees and teas, as well as scrumptious pastries. Your mocha, espresso or, indeed, creamy latte will be a welcome refreshment whether you’re sitting in or on the go.