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Jurys Inn Croydon

A Hotel in Croydon, Surrey

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Wellesley Road
Croydon
Surrey
England
CR0 9XY

Jurys Inn Croydon, Croydon

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Occupying a superb location in the heart of Croydon, South London, the Jurys Inn Croydon is an excellent hotel choice for most travellers with excellent connections into the heart of London. Renowned as one of the regionsメ commercial hubs, hotel guests staying at the Jurys Inn Croydon can venture off the beaten track and explore Croydonメs superb shopping, history and abundance of glorious parks, before retreating to the comfort and tranquillity of the Jurys Inn hotel bar. Situated on Wellesley Road, the Jurys Inn Croydon is perfect for those who want to hit the shops, close to the Centrale and Whitgift Shopping Centre and collection of high street shops.

With comfortable, spacious hotel bedrooms, a delightful hotel restaurant, impressive II Barista Coffee Bar offering a luxurious blend of coffees and speciality teas, as well as late Sunday check out (3pm), the Jurys Inn Croydon is fast becoming a popular hotel choice for all types of travellers. The hotel is also located just 20 minutes from Gatwick Airport.

3 star rating

From: £28.25

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