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Jurys Inn is planning to merge with Puma Hotels to create a combined group of 89 UK hotels with 8,000 staff.
Jurys Inn, the chain of 31 hotels with 2,000 staff, is to be acquired by Lone Star Funds for £680m.
Jurys Inn is to invest £25m in the renovation of its hotels over the next two years.
Jurys Inn is to create up to 80 jobs at a new 203-bedroom hotel due to open at Gateshead Quays in Newcastle in August.
Jurys Inn is creating 60 jobs at a new hotel central reservations office opening in Birmingham this week.
Jurys Inns is to invest £9m in the expansion of its chain of 30 hotels in 2010, including new sites in London and improvements to existing properties.
Jurys Inn has raised £60m to fund the expansion of its chain of 21 hotels, with new properties due to open next year in Bradford, Glasgow, Newcastle and Portsmouth.
Jurys Inn has won planning permission to build a new £20m 200-bed hotel in Gateshead, with the creation of up to 100 jobs, which will be one of seven new sites rolled out this year.
Jurys Inns has unveiled plans to open four new budget hotels in Bradford, Glasgow, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Portsmouth by 2010, in a £90m investment that will create about 300 jobs.
Jurys Doyle is to submit plans to build a £25m 200-bedroom hotel in the centre of Derby by the end of 2007.
Jurys Doyle has been selected as the preferred operator of a new 280-bedroom hotel due to open at Liverpool's Kings Dock in late 2007.
Jurys Doyle is planning to open three new Jury Inns hotels in Brighton, Milton Keynes and Liverpool.
Jurys Doyle is said to be planning to build a £50m hotel in Station Street, Nottingham.
Jurys Doyle is to set up a £22m eight-storey budget hotel at Heathrow airport, with construction starting this summer.
Jurys Doyle is to expand its chain of 30 hotels with six new sites by mid-2004, and plans to use lease finance to fund low-cost business hotels.
Jurys Doyle is planning to build hotels in Glasgow, Leeds and London, in a £55m expansion of its UK hotels chain.
Jurys Doyle is planning to raise about £16m to expand its chain of hotels, and is looking to open up to 15 new sites in the UK over the next five years.
Jurys Doyle is to develop a £18m 274-room hotel in Newcastle, and is also targeting Glasgow, Liverpool and Reading.
Jurys Doyle is looking to spend about £76m expanding its hotels business in the UK and the US, starting with a 240-bedroom hotel in Croydon.
Jurys is acquiring the Doyle Hotel Group for £207m, in order to gain three US hotels and expand its market share in Ireland.