I was staying for a long weekend in St Helier , the Grand is a lovely hotel , all the staff we came across were delightful and very helpful . Our room was very comfortable ,although quite dark , but I haven't slept so well in a hotel before , the bed was extremely comfortable . We made good use of the Spa facilities which are in very good order and again the staff were all fabulous. . As we stayed during the Tennerfeast food festival , we tried their Tassili Michelin starred restaurant . This is a very small restaurant , but the food is fabulous , and represents great value for money during this time , exceptional.
This hotel has a beautiful garden and pool with plenty seating and loungers for the guests. The staff are all very friendly and helpful. Paul was our waiter and was excellent, attending to us very promptly and professionally. There is a courtesy minibus that runs into town in the morning and back again either late or early afternoon. It is on a bus route also which stops quite near the hotel. The hotel is about a 20-30 minute walk from the town centre but is up quite a steep slope and may not be suitable for all to walk although we did this on two occasions. We could not fault the food in the hotel. It was of a good quality and well presented.The morning porridge is a must-so creamy. We would definitely stay here again if going back to Jersey as the hotel is so peaceful yet still so near the town. The hotel provided entertainment we particularly enjoyed the singers. The rooms were clean and well looked after during our stay.
Staying in many hotels I can honestly say this is one of the nicest hotels I've stayed at on this level, although only a handful of rooms face the harbour, it does not really matter as the hotels has a good handful of different bars and restaurants which is nice and has a great Spa / Gym and being in a decent location so ideal for business, shopping on general visiting
Having never been to Jersey before it was very much like a blind date as to what the hotel might be like. After research and weighing up the budget for hotel and facilities and board we decided to go to the Revere, St Helier. We were very glad we did as the location is idea for the harbour area an the town for any shopping. The staff are very helpful and polite and the restaurant and food were excellent value for money.
There are a few higher star hotels in the area but this one overall takes some beating.
Would definitely go back
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We had a very pleasant 4-night stay in room 2, which is immediately adjoining reception, so very convenient. The room itself was a little dark, looking on to a small courtyard, and the bathroom was rather cramped (to say the least). Other than that, the room was comfortable and well maintained. However, it might be worth paying the extra for a superior or premium room. The hotel overall is lovely and the staff are friendly and helpful. Food in the restaurant is of a very high standard. Breakfast is buffet style and there is a reasonable selection. There is a large, comfortable bar and an outdoor pool which looks as though it would be a big attraction in summer. For those without their own transport it is a bit of a walk into town but not too bad (say, 15 to 20 minutes). There is a bus stop literally outside the door, but the bus runs only about every 2 hours! However, if you time it right this can be very handy. Overall we would have no hesitation in returning to the Hampshire.
"Excellent Hotel, close to beach and all amenities."
Reception staff very helpful and friendly. Dining room staff also very friendly and helpful. Food wonderful, no restrictions on what you could have for breakfast or how much, a choice of full English or continental, or both if required. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate and various fruit juices. Room cleaned daily and drinks shower gel and shampoo replaced when used up. Hotel was within a very short distance of an assortment of restaurants and cafes, buses, and shops. Reception staff were very kind and allowed a mobility scooter to be left in the reception lobby to charge up every night. There are a few very nice walks, including one to La Corbiere lighthouse, along the old railway track: it was about six and a half miles each way from the hotel there and back totalling 13 miles. Fort Regent is now a sports centre and children's play area. There is a lot to do and see for people of all ages and sexes. a short bus ride away is a ruin called 'Gros Nez Castle' if you like historical locations this is well worth a visit.
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