Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront

The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront is a fabulous hotel in an excellent, easily accessible location. Not only do the meeting rooms offer great flexibility, but the hotel has stunning views of the waterfront and the wow factor of that huge lobby. All in all, a wonderful venue that you should definitely check out yourself.

Overlooking the seafront and in the middle of those famous piers, the Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront Hotel has greatly benefited from a huge multimillion-pound refurbishment making it the perfect choice for your next event. Contemporary and comfortable bedrooms, flexible and modern meeting spaces, a funky bar and restaurant along with gorgeous sea views – what more could you want? We were lucky enough to visit the hotel and check it out.

Address: King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 2GS

Website: www.jurysinns.com/hotels/brighton-waterfront

Conference Sales Contact: Maisie Phillips - Interim Sales Manager- Brighton Cluster

Tel: +44 (0)1 273 206700

Mob: +44 (0)7930 339 485

Email: Maisie_Phillips@jurysinns.com

Distance & time from nearest airport:
Gatwick airport is just 28 miles away – or just over 30 minutes by car or train

Distance & time from nearest railway station:
Brighton train station is 0.2 miles away, with London Victoria a 1-hour journey from there

Official star rating: 4-star

Right on the seafront and with Brighton’s iconic pier a mere stone’s throw away, this fantastic venue offers unforgettable views over the whole beach. What’s more, with the famous winding alleys of the city’s, ‘The Lanes’ being just behind the hotel and with great transport links to London and beyond, you couldn’t be in a better position for you to be able to mix business with leisure.

Following a takeover in 2016, The Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront underwent an extensive £6million refurbishment. Completed a year later, this 4-star hotel has now been upgraded to a wonderful standard with contemporary and modern décor throughout its 210 bedrooms and 8 meeting rooms.

Entering the hotel, you can’t help but be impressed by the huge lobby. Feeling like a cruise ship foyer, this lovely space is really bright and offers great access to the other main areas in the hotel, with the Renaissance Suite, bedrooms, bar and Promenade Lounge all being directly off it. It’s a real wow factor and will definitely impress your clients.

It’s also definitely worth pointing out that the hotel is very proud to have gained a bronze green tourism award there. Some of the initiatives they’re involved in are:

  • Food composting
  • Introduce Biodegradable Straws
  • Increase our purchasing of sustainable equipment, food and supplies
  • Reusable key cards
  • Re-using linen

Parking: 350 chargeable spaces, but delegates get a discounted rate.

Coach / Bus Pick-up Location at hotel:
Coaches can drop-of or pick up directly outside and coach parking 5 minutes away.

Number of bedrooms: 210

A range of types are available, including: Standard, Side Sea-View, Executive Sea-View, Suites and the Penthouse. All of the bedrooms are more spacious than you would expect and have been designed around the needs of the guests.

Our bedroom was an Executive Sea-View and was lovely. Having a large flat screen tv, fridge, a lovely shower and excellent contemporary décor, we would have been happy staying there for weeks! Especially looking out of those windows onto the front – it was glorious!

Number of floors: 4

Business centre: No, but staff can take care of printing for you.

Wi-fi: Yes, all free and has excellent service.

Fitness gym: A good-sized gym is located on the ground floor and has a good mix of both cardio equipment and free weights. Much better than your average hotel gym – a really good place to work out.

Spa & Swimming Pool:The hotel has a lovely 10-metre pool is available, as well as a fantastic steam room and sauna. Its definitely worth a visit during your stay.

On top of this there is also a fab gym at the hotel (fully equipped with cardio equipment, free weights and machines) as well as Pecksniffs Pamper Studio, designed to de-stress, relax and revitalise, offering massages, facials and hair treatments. There really is something for everyone from a leisure perspective.


You can immediately tell that the hotel’s Atrium Bar & Lounge has benefitted from the extensive refurb. Under its spectacular high glass ceiling and overlooking the seafront, it is a fab place to enjoy a drink or savour one of their tasty snacks or light meals. This fabulous space can also be used for private drinks receptions too.

The much larger, Atrium Restaurant is also available and has an excellent menu as well. Used for breakfast and conference lunches, you can again sit and enjoy your meal whilst taking in lovely views of the seafront. In addition to these two eating places, there is a semi-private drinks/dining room named the Salon Prive that offers a lovely bit of seclusion, should you desire any for your groups.


There are 8 meeting rooms in total here as well as the Library Terrace Area on the mezzanine floor which is a really nice space and would be ideal for drinks receptions or exhibitions.

All of the rooms are well-equipped and modern, with the largest able to accommodate up to 300 people. The other rooms may be smaller but are equally as good and offer great flexibility for use as breakout rooms or for smaller events such as interviews and training sessions. Whatever your needs are, there is something for every type of meeting.

Not only that, but the hotel prides itself on a 12 Point Service Promise to ensure that your event will run smoothly. So, there should be no last-minute hitches or glitches, allowing you and your delegates to sit back and enjoy your event.

Renaissance Suite

Located on the ground floor and having its own entrance, the Renaissance Suite is the largest room in the hotel and can comfortably accommodate up to 300 people theatre style or 200 in cabaret.

A large foyer is available for use and is a great addition that you don’t see in many other venues. Whilst it can be used for receptions, it can also act as your very own private retreat for those well needed coffee breaks.

Feeling spacious and bright, with its own staging and dance floor, the Renaissance Suite would be great choice for conferences, weddings, awards or dinners.

Natural light: No
Size: Sq.M: 284.6
Theatre: 300
Cabaret: 200
Classroom: 180
Dinner: 220
Location: Ground Floor
AV Equipment included: Yes - Projector and Screen

Noblesse Room

Smaller than the Renaissance Suite, yet still a good size, the Noblesse Room can accommodate up to 100 people and is perfect for smaller conferences, weddings, dinners, training events or for breakout sessions.

Natural daylight compliments the stylish interior and as it is stuated just behind the main lobby, your guests will have no trouble making their way to and from here. A super room with loads of potential for all types of meeting. During our visit there was a group receiving training in there, so lots of flexibility.

Natural light: Yes
Size: Sq.M: 126
Theatre: 100
Cabaret: 90
Classroom: 32
Dinner: 80
Location: Lobby level
AV Equipment included: Yes - Projector and Screen

Tennyson RoomUp on the mezzanine floor, the Tennyson Room is the third largest meeting room in the hotel. This modern boardroom has all the facilities you would expect, with a built-in screen and projector, WI-FI and air-conditioning.

Large bay windows let in loads of natural daylight, whilst also giving gorgeous views. Able to seat 60 people in theatre style or 20 in boardroom, the Tennyson Room is offers loads of flexibility for a whole host of medium to small events. We really did like this room.

Natural light: Yes
Size: Sq.M: 58.28
Theatre: 60
Cabaret: 25
Classroom: 32
Location: Mezzanine floor
AV Equipment included: Yes - Projector and Screen

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