History and class combine at the Jury`s Great Russell Street to provide guests with a truly memorable experience of their stay in London. Originally designed by Lutyens for the Young Womens Christian Association (YWCA) in neo-Georgian style, the foundation stone, visible at the front of the building was laid by Queen Mary in 1929. Opened in 1932, it had an impressive concert hall on the first floor, library, chapel and extensive accommodation, all of which have been restored to their original splendour. This stunning hotel is located just two minutes away from Tottenham Court Road Underground Station. Many of the original features of the building have been carefully restored. However the elegant bedrooms have all the modern facilities including air-conditioning, hairdryer, modem connection and satellite television. The public areas include a stylish restaurant, bar and lounge.