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All aspects of our weekend break were brilliant, the hotel ticked all the boxes, the staff were all amazing, always helpful, smiley & knolagable about the area.
Room was comfortable with a sea view and the staff were very attentive and efficient. The food was Good and the dining room was comfortable. My only criticism was access to Wi-Fi, I decided against giving out my private information on the e-form required to access Wi-Fi and waited until I visited ...
Quite beach Hotel and Spa with stunning views over St Brelades bay. Good food, comfortable room. Spa facilities available throughout the day and early evening. Great easy access to bus routes from front of hotel, all the Island can be explored. Some main attractions closed at the time of year we ...
The staff were very helpful and attentive. We liked the older style of decor and touches like white linen table cloths and flowers on the table. The dining room has lovely views over the sea.
Very comfortable hotel situated close to the town and in a good harbour side location. Our evening meal was very good, despite the hotel being very busy with Christmas parties. Excellent and helpful staff.
Really enjoyed my stay here! Great hotel and staff. The bathroom was more of a very small wet room but was still really nice. The outside could do with more signs as it was hard to locate, plus it looks really sketchy from the front. If I'm ever staying in Brighton again, I will definitely use this ...
Clean and comfortable with very friendly staff bedrooms very spacious. Central to the town and bus station.
With a prime location in the south of the Channel, Jersey enjoys a favourable climate. Couple the glorious weather with some 45 miles of coastline and it's easy to understand why the largest of the Channel Islands is such a hit with Europe's beach-lovers. Whether your idea of a perfect beach break involves testing your fitness with some challenging water sports or just kicking back with a classic novel, Jersey won't disappoint. There are also plenty of exquisite beach hotels on the island to complete the package.
Facing out towards the Atlantic Ocean, Jersey's west coast picks up the best swells on the island. Whether you're a stand-up surfer or are more into your kitesurfing, St. Ouen's Bay is the place to catch some great breaks, with a dominant swell that pumps in sets which surfers of all abilities will appreciate.
The lengthy beach is one of the most popular on the island, thanks largely to its wealth of facilities. From beach-ready wheelchairs to convenient toilets, St. Ouen's Bay has everything you need for a memorable day in the sun.
The Atlantic Hotel is a great choice for beaches in the west. In addition to its convenient location, guests can enjoy a stunning pool and some gorgeous grounds.
The south coast beach at St. Brelade is just around the corner from St. Ouen's, but it promises a totally different atmosphere. While there are some more gentle water sports on offer at the beach, this idyllic spot is more focussed on relaxation.
Visitors to this southern bay are spoiled for choice when it comes to hotels. La Route de la Baie is peppered with some of the most luxurious hotels in Jersey, most of which offer direct access to the sandy beach. Many also house their own pool.
Jersey's not all about luxury hotels. If you prefer an affordable choice that lets you take full advantage of the island's natural beauty, check out Durrell Wildlife Camp in the north-east. The friendly campsite is ideally located for one of Jersey's hidden gems at Rozel.
Visit at the wrong time of day and you'd be forgiven for taking Rozel for a beach-less fishing village. At low tide, though, a vast expanse of sand is uncovered, revealing one of the island's most peaceful and exotic beaches.