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Located in St. Helier, this beachfront hotel is in the city centre and within a 15-minute walk of Jersey Opera House, Jersey Museum and Elizabeth Castle. Jersey ...
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Take the family on an unforgettable day out to Durrell Wildlife Park, one of Jersey's leading visitor attractions. It's close to a great selection of hotels across Jersey, and is just a 10-15-minute drive from the picturesque port of St. Helier.
Founded in 1959, Durrell Wildlife Park exhibits well over 100 animal species ranging from reptiles to mammals, specialising in rare and endangered varieties. Visit the gorilla section, see the meerkats at the Discovery Desert, and head to the Central Valley and observe its beautiful dragonflies, waterfowl and other species. See the lemurs and the Orangutans, spot the unique pink pigeon, and observe many other fascinating creatures that live just as freely as they would in their natural habitats.
Wherever you stay near the park, you'll benefit from excellent hospitality and comfortable accommodation to ensure you a relaxing, stress-free stay. Most hotel rooms also have WiFi access so you can always stay in contact with relatives and friends via social media. Many rooms also include work desks and tea and coffee-making facilities to help you feel right at home, and some have en-suite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries so you can be completely independent during your stay.
The Durrell Wildlife Park is very close to the Royal Jersey Showground, which holds various trade shows, performances, craft fairs and other special events, and is regularly hired for private functions. Spend the day in the ancient settlement of St. Helier, which is noted for its lively markets and is the location of the Jersey Maritime Museum and the Jersey Arts Centre.
If you're looking for some relaxing beach time, head to St. Ouen's Bay, which has five miles of unspoilt golden sands and is the perfect spot to watch the sun set. Other suggestions include the scenic, family friendly beach of St Brelade's Bay on the southern coast, tranquil Bonne Nuit beach on the north coast, and the even quieter sandy cove of Portlete Bay, which is on the south coast and can only be accessed via a series of steep steps.