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Typical four star. A bit old fashioned and a bit insular like Jersey itself. Nice indoor pool. Good bed, chairs not particularly comfortable. Restaurant far too expensive for our tastes. We had one gourmet meal - £200 for two. Very good but helpings were a bit small but adequate for a modest appetite. ...
So impressed with this hotel Staff was so friendly on arrival I was with my two daughters we shared a suite we had a King size and also sofa bed all made up so comfortable the beds fresh towels all the nice extras.Breakfast was excellent served at your table and we had a meal one night in the restaurant ...
This was our second visit to Jersey & this hotel. Both were well worth a second visit. Hotel is well located for easy access to St. Helier, fine local beaches, Royal Jersey Golf Club & the delightful Gorey Harbour with its good selection of restaurants.
Sadly I had back problems during my stay, and the hotel staff were very helpful fixing up bus tours and taxis , as I could not do a great deal of walking. I also enjoyed reading in the spacious lounge when my husband spent time exploring without me. My room service meal was very good.
Located just a short distance of the north coast of France, the Channel Islands offer up a unique holiday experience. Visitors are met with an enchanting combination of exclusive resorts, pristine coastlines and sumptuous local cuisine. Jersey is the largest of the islands, as well as being the most popular among holidaymakers. To complete the package, this special holiday destination is also home to some spectacular boutique hotels.
In such an exclusive destination as Jersey, the last thing visitors want is to be confronted on their arrival with a generic hotel. What boutique hotels do incredibly well is forge their own unique identity. Each one is truly one of a kind.
Often this striving for individuality even shines through in the different rooms. It's not uncommon for boutique hotels to house themed rooms, with each one making the most of its natural advantages. Typically, boutique hotels will take great pride in the way they do things, placing value on being different.
Design is taken very serious at boutique hotels. Whether it's preserving the period features of a charming old building or pushing the boundaries with innovative architect design on a new build, guests can always expect something special.
Jersey's Atlantic Hotel is a fine example of this, showing great attention to detail both inside and out. Guests also enjoy spectacular views out across the ocean and a gorgeous indoor swimming pool. Of course, the popular beach of St Ouen's Bay is also just minutes away.
As boutique hotels take charge of their own affairs, they're not required to buy their food from a generic sales centre. This leaves owners free to pick out the finest ingredients from local suppliers to stock their restaurants.
Boutique hotels in Jersey are well placed to get the most from some of Europe's leading gastronomic centres. Cheeses can be imported the short distance from the south coast of England, while meats can easily find their way across from northern France. Of course, no hotel menu would be complete without offering some produce from the world famous Jersey cows!