Choose from a superb range of stylish three-star hotels in Jersey, an island famed for its wonderful beaches and mild climate. In fact, this is the sunniest place in Britain, decorated with numerous palm trees and other tropical plants that you would normally expect to find in the Mediterranean or the Caribbean.
Visit the Majestic Samarès Manor Gardens
These delightful gardens were created by the successful shipping merchant Sir James Knott, who recognised that the island's mild climate afford him the opportunity to create a flourishing plant collection with exotic herbs and cactus.
See the splendid Bee Garden and Discovery Gardens, take the children to the play area, smell the lavender, and visit the gift shop to choose a souvenir to take home with you.
See La Corbière Lighthouse
Visible for up to 18 miles on days with good visibility, and surrounded by water at high tide, the lighthouse is a wonderful sight at any time of the year. It's a great spot to witness the sunset, and is accessible by bus during the summer months.
Spend the Day at St. Brelade's Bay
Another breath-taking sandy beach, south-facing St. Brelade's Bay is renowned for its clean golden sands. It's easily accessible all year round via car or bus, and is overlooked by several cafés and restaurants where you can indulge in some tasty snacks and meals. There are also plenty of excellent three-star hotels nearby, making this an easily accessible, must-see stop-off on your trip to Jersey.
Explore Jersey's Capital, St. Helier
A historic port, St Helier is acclaimed for its for its 19th century Central Market and the Jersey Arts Centre It has also held the annual Jersey Battle of Flowers carnival here since 1902, and is home to the Jersey Opera House, an exquisite 1920s landmark that organises numerous operatic performances, dances, concerts, comedies and other fantastic live shows. The town is next to Elizabeth Castle, a well-preserved 16th-century defence that safeguarded the island from invasions for many years before becoming a tourist attraction in the 20th Century.
Other Places to Visit in Jersey
Come to the Jersey Arts Centre and see the works of talented artists who have found inspiration in its unique natural beauty. Throughout the year, the venue also holds numerous performing arts events, from comedies and films to concerts and dramas.
Another fine sandy beach is Grève de Lecq, on the north coast, which is also close to various pubs and cafés and is generally quiet even in the peak tourism season. If you're a water sports fan, you may be able to pre-book a coasteering or kayaking excursion during the warmer months.
Look Forward to Comfortable, Stylish Rooms in Your 3 Star Hotel
Whichever three-star hotel you choose in Jersey, you will benefit from excellent hospitality and well-appointed rooms with comfortable bedding. The overwhelming majority of hotels on the island also offer WiFi access, which may be available free of charge or for a minor supplement. Many rooms are also equipped with tea and coffee amenities and en-suite bathrooms, and families with children may also be able to request adjoining rooms.