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From the minute you enter the staff are so friendly and professional. Offering advice on attractions, using their own personal experiences of what not to miss. Offering to book tickets for local events or restaurant tables. The rooms are incredibly clean and well furnished - we wanted for nothing. ...
We arrived on a late flight and received a warm welcome. Kitchen was closed so manager arranged for take away to be ordered in. Room was clean and hotel was as expected for a 3 star establishment. Received a 5 star service from the manager. Even took us into town when we couldn't get a cab. Had a ...
Buses very efficient ant cheap easy to get around and lots to see. Rooms and facilities require decorating (very old fashioned) and extra power sockets in rooms would be a bonus. (Only one double socket available).
Beautiful hotel, fantastic food and courteous and helpful staff. Our room had a lovely view of the sea and our bathroom was lovely. Breakfast was in a beautiful dining room also looking out to sea and the food was fantastic, so much to choose from. Our only gripe would be that the walk from the town ...
Had a lovely short break at this hotel. Right on beach at St Brelade. It was beautiful. Hotel was first class. Friendly helpful staff. Rooms very clean & comfortable. Food was excellent. Lovely spa facilities. Would recommend this hotel.
We had a long weekend at this hotel and managed to get tickets for the Battle of the Flowers. An excellent evening, even though the weather wasn't kind to us. The hotel is lovely and is made by the wonderful staff. Ignore the fact that it is on the side of a busy road because we never noticed it. ...
Booked this hotel for a special treat for my Mum's 60th birthday. Emailing the hotel beforehand, they arranged flowers and chocolates to be put in my Mum's room for our arrival, and they also gave her a birthday cake on her birthday. Nice sized rooms, good breakfasts. Mum loved their wallpaper, and ...
Good location. Traditional in style. Unusually has a pool, which unfortunately we didn't get a chance to use due to our time limits, but looked nice. Nice reception area and good breakfast. There's no lift in this hotel, but there's not many floors. Rooms are 'quirky'. There's quite a few restaurants ...
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.