Jurys Inn to invest £25M upgrading portfolio of hotels

Mid-market hotel brand Jurys Inn is investing £25 million on updating its guestrooms and public areas across its portfolio of 32 hotels. Money is also being spent on upgrading the group's IT systems. More than 1,005 rooms have received a makeover so far this year, with further improvements scheduled up to the end of 2014. The Jurys Inn portfolio is made up of 25 hotels in the UK, six in Ireland and one in Prague.

"We have recently invested significantly in developing our new brand identity, positioning and product offering and this investment programme will help bring some of our older hotels in line with our newest properties to ensure that all our facilities are consistently of a high standard and fully meets the needs and expectations of both our leisure and business customers," said John Brennan, CEO of Jurys Inn.

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