Swindon's largest hotels
Officially opened on 12 June 2009, the Jurys Inn in Fleming Way with 229 rooms is Swindon’s biggest ever hotel.
Swindon’s largest hotels
1: Jurys Inn – 229 rooms
Fleming Way, Swindon, SN1 2NG
Tel: 01793 445 600
Opened in June 2009, this is Swindon’s first hotel with more than 200 rooms. It also has a ‘contemporary restaurant’, coffee bar and seven meeting rooms. It is built on the site of a former car showroom and, before that, a canalside mill (the canal having long since gone).
2: The Hilton Swindon – 171 rooms
Lydiard Fields, Great Western Way, Swindon, SN5 8UZ
Tel: 01793 881777
Opened in 1994, the Hilton is a stone’s throw from junction 16 of the M4. It has 15 meeting rooms, which cater for groups of up to 400 people. The hotel also has a health club with a fitness room and spa pool, a sauna and steam room, and an indoor heated swimming pool.
3: The Swindon Marriott – 156 rooms
Pipers Way, Swindon, SN3 1SH
Tel: 01793 512121
The closest large hotel to Swindon’s historic Old Town, the Marriott has nine meeting rooms, a fitness centre, on-site tennis and swimming pool, and even a resident hairdresser. Its 156 rooms include three suites. The hotel first opened in 1988.
4: De Vere – 152 rooms
Shaw Ridge Leisure Park, Whitehill Way, Swindon, SN5 7DW
Tel: 01793 878785
Part of a leisure park that also includes a multi-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling alley and bars, the De Vere first opened in 1992. It incorporates the De Vere Leisure Club, which includes a heated pool and spa, and the complex also has a Health and Beauty Suite.
5: Express by Holiday Inn – 134 rooms
Bridge Street, Swindon, SN1 1BT
Tel: 0870 444 3758
Opened in 2001, the Express by Holiday Inn is next to Swindon’s historic Railway Village. The hotel has its own restaurant and meeting facilities for up to 50 people.
6: Holiday Inn Express – 121 rooms
Frankland Road, Blagrove, Swindon, SN5 8UD
Tel: 01793 818800
A “contemporary, value-for-money” hotel, alongside junction 16 of the M4, opened in 2001 and refurbished in 2008. There are also conference and meeting facilities.
7: Campanile – 120 rooms
Delta Business Park, Great Western Way, Swindon, SN5 7XG
Tel: 01793 514777
Formerly the Ibis Hotel, the Campanile is a short walk from the Delta Tennis Centre, which was opened by Princess Diana in 1989. The hotel has its own restaurant, with seating for up to 50 people.
8: Alexandra House Conference Centre – 118 rooms
Whittingham Drive, Swindon, SN4 0QJ
Tel: 01793 819000
Located on an estate of 20 acres, which was formerly the site of the RAF’s Princess Alexandra Hospital, the conference centre has 25 meeting rooms, which accommodate up to 240 people. There is a heated indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room, fitness centre, outdoor all-weather tennis court and an aerobics studio.
9: Best Western Premier Blunsdon House Hotel – 117 rooms
The Ridge, Blunsdon, Swindon, SN26 7AS
Tel: 01793 721701
First opened as a modest B&B in 1957, which became a licensed country club in 1960, and then a fully licensed hotel in 1962, Blunsdon House is now a four-star hotel, but is still owned by the Clifford family which first opened it. Facilties include 10 conference rooms, a leisure club with two gymnasiums and heated indoor swimming pool, tennis and squash courts and even its own nine-hole par three golf course.
The next 10:
10: Holiday Inn, Coate – 99 rooms
11: Madison Inn, Oxford Road - 95 rooms
12: Menzies Hotel, Fleming Way – 94 rooms
13: Premier Inn, Great Western Way – 89 rooms
14: Stanton House Hotel, Stanton – 82 rooms
15: Travelodge, Princes Street – 81 rooms
16: Premier Inn, Blunsdon – 62 rooms
17: Nightingale, South Marston – 60 rooms
18: Premier Inn, Kembrey Street – 50 rooms
19. Marsh Farm Hotel, Wootton Bassett – 50 rooms20: Lydiard House Conference Centre, Lydiard Park – 37 rooms
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