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Pocket Guide: St. Helier Fort Regent Leisure and Entertainment Centre Hotels

Equipped with superb gym and leisure facilities, the Fort Regent Leisure and Entertainment Centre is in the centre of St. Helier, the capital of Jersey and a popular base for exploring this breath-taking island. You can find a wide range of hotels and bed and breakfast venues close to the leisure centre, all of which provide easy access to St. Helier's busy port and other visitor attractions.

Comfortable, Well-Appointed Rooms at All Jersey Hotels

Whether you are booking top-of-the-range five-star accommodation or a budget friendly apartment, you can expect good quality bedding and plenty of homely comforts to ensure you have an enjoyable stay. More deluxe rooms will feature fully equipped bathrooms with complimentary luxury toiletries, and some hotels also provide 24-hour room service for your convenience. If you are visiting Jersey for business purposes, choose a hotel with conference amenities and concierge services, or hire a meeting room for a corporate event or another private function.

Attractions near the Fort Regent Leisure and Entertainment Centre

Spend some time at the Jersey Museum and Art Gallery, where you can learn about Jersey's natural history and ancient inhabitants. Watch the opera at the Jersey Opera House, learn about Jersey's maritime past at the Maritime Museum, or relax on the stunning sandy beach of St. Aubin's Bay and soak up the sun.

Another popular entertainment venue is the Jersey Arts Centre, which holds performing arts events ranging from film screenings to dances, and exhibits the work of local artists and photographers all year round.

Other Places to Visit in Jersey

Close to St. Helier is Elizabeth Castle, an impressive 16th-century landmark that was built to defend the island from the French. Today, the site is a popular museum, illustrating Jersey's fascinating military heritage and maritime history, and re-enacting the pivotal Battle of Jersey of 1781, which resulted in a British victory after France failed to take hold of the island.

For more information on places to visit in Jersey, visit St. Helier's Tourist Information Centre, or contact your hotel's friendly reception team for advice on local places to eat out.