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We had a ground floor room. The bathroom had no bath just a shower amd it was compact Our view from our eindow was a derelict building. The food in the hotel wsd amazing and the pool area lovely.
Very helpful staff. Splendid location in a quiet area overlooking the marina and Elizabeth Castle. Fine sea views over St. Aubin's Bay. Within walking distance of attractions in St. Helier (would recommend Jersey Museum and National Maritime Museum with its Occupation Tapestry), bus services and ...
My wife and I stayed here for a week, mid-June, and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The accommodation was a reasonable size , clean and comfortable, in fact the whole Hotel was kept spotlessly clean and tidy. The Staff were extremely helpful and pleasant, any queries were responded to promptly and ...
The hotel was very clean and tidy. The staff were friendly and helpful. The bar staff were very good and friendly. The bar was a mix of tourist and local which added to the character of the bar. Breakfast was as expected, basic but did the job. Location to town was good, just far enough out to not ...
Jersey is an island best known as one of Europe's premier holiday destination. A favourable climate, stunning landscapes and ample coastline combine to tick the boxes of any right-minded traveller looking for an adventure close to home. However, the largest of the Channel Islands is also a thriving hub for business. Across the island there are a number of excellent business hotels, which see to the needs of their guests as both professionals and holidaymakers.
When you're meeting with clients, it's often important to make a good impression. Whether it's an industry event or a private one-to-one meeting, it can help to pick a hotel that's going to impress. Fortunately, the ritzy island of Jersey has plenty of business hotels that do exactly that.
Longueville Manor is undoubtedly one of the island's most elegant and luxurious hotels. Situated on St. Savior Hill, just north of St. Helier, the magnificent period property boasts a tranquil setting with excellent transport links to the rest of the island and beyond.
The hotel runs a limousine service into the centre of town, and there are plenty of leisure facilities to keep guests happy. The on-site restaurant is one of the island's finest.
Travelling professionals have different priorities to tourists, and Jersey's business hotels do their best to address this. Guests can expect a fast and reliable internet connection wherever they go, as well as some dedicated working spaces.
St. Saviour's Merton Hotel features a number of specialist meeting rooms, which are complimented nicely by the hotel's leisure facilities, which include several pools.
Productivity is important on a professional trip, but it isn't everything - you need some well-earned relaxation time as well! The most popular business hotels in Jersey are those that offer plenty of opportunity for guests to relax and enjoy themselves during their time off.
The Hotel de France makes pampering a top priority, featuring its very own full-service spa. There's also an exquisite indoor pool, flanked by a Jacuzzi. Another highlight at this exceptional hotel is the outdoor courtyard that gives guests the opportunity to enjoy some delicious local food and drink in the comfort of the summer sun.