At a glance
The hotel caters to hen parties and groups thanks to the facilities and nearby attractions.
The Ashmolean Museum, Botanical Gardens, Natural History Museum and the Oxford Castle are amongst the nearby highlights of Oxford’s historic culture.
The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments but is not a specialised spa and there is no dedicated relaxation area, and poolside spaces are limited. The swimming pool is also unavailable on Tues 9.30-12, Wed 9.30-10.30 and 12-4. Additionally the spa is closed on Wednesdays.
In addition to the boutiques in Oxford, the widely known Bicester Village retail park is just 10 miles from the hotel.
Bars and Night Life
Alongside the academia and the history, Oxford is also humming with bijous restaurants and bars.
Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities.
Spa & Leisure
Juvenate Beauty Rooms at Jurys Inn are accessed via a staircase close to the main lobby and have a range of leisure facilities to compliment the on site advice of fitness experts, including a gym and full aerobic timetable, two squash courts, a pool, sauna and a steam room.
There are also two treatment rooms which complete the experience by offering a variety of treatments using the Decléor product line, and guests are invited to have lunch and take a little time out afterwards in the coffee lounge area.
Hotel & Accommodation
Two miles from the city centre, Jurys Inn is a contemporary, four-star venue ideally located for exploring Oxford and the surrounding county. The hotel has 168 bedrooms which range from Guest Doubles to Guest Family rooms and Suites.
Dining is in the AA Rosette awarded restaurant – a bright and spacious environment with a relaxed atmosphere offering a variety of dishes including those suitable for children. There are also two bar areas – the Medio Bar for pre and post-dinner drinks, and the Cappuccino Lounge – where the name really says it all.