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Stayed fr less than 12 hours and reret that - seemed a lovely, calm, graciius environment. Disappointed by beeakfast - vast atmosphere less riom, meeting room-style tables with no cloths and some very nasty coffee. Evenso, will chose to stay there for next visit and explore hotel and lovely grounds ...
Like - great rooms, good location, comfy bed, great tea/coffee making facilities, lovely pool and spa, fantastic staff and the best breakfast ever. Dislike - there's something wrong if you can find any fault here.
Great location, breakfast, rooms and staff. Annoying there is no parking but parking on sundays is free in local car park 5min walk away. Just frustrating to have to get up early on Saturday and think about the car. Parking from 8-11am cost £5 though so not too bad.
Comfortable old hotel with excellent restaurant Fusion on beautiful beach of St Brelade. Senior staff were helpful and courteous, but maids and waiters seemed to have difficulty with understanding English. Spa was ridiculously overpriced -- wanted to charge GBP 30 to shape/polish nails after I slipped ...
Lovely hotel in a great location, close to the main shopping area and an easy walk to local attractions
Good location and facilities.family friendly Good food especially Bonettis
Lovely old house and grounds, with more contemporary feel inside.
Staff were great. Good food, nice bar, clean pools (if cool) and tidy room. Location was ok, about 10 minute walk to town centre. Floor boards were rather creaky. No air con in our room and street could be noisy. Good for bus connection and had car parking.
Lovely garden. Large dining room. Indoor pool. Welcoming lobby. Close to bus route providing regular services to St. Helier and Gorey. Excellent breakfast and very good service. Good food. Bar lacked a welcoming atmosphere. Rooms need some sound insulation as we could hear next door's television ...
The small island of Jersey sits a short distance off the north coast of France, an easy journey from most of Europe. Surrounded by glistening ocean, the largest of the Channel Islands boasts spectacular views and idyllic beaches. What attracts most visitors to Jersey, however, is the peace and quiet. This tranquil spot in the English Channel is the perfect place to book into a luxurious spa hotel and unwind.
There's a great deal to see and do around the island of Jersey, but with such exquisite hotels, guests would be forgiven for doing little other than taking it easy. Checking into a spa hotel is a great way to chill out, but it's important for guests to keep their itinerary simple for the relaxing treatments to take full effect.
Booking into a spa hotel in the island's main town of St Helier is a great way to keep stress levels at a minimum. When you're indulged in your fill of daily treatments, you can enjoy a short walk to some of the island's finest bars and restaurants.
Each of the spa hotels in Jersey will offer a unique range of treatments, spanning massages, pedicures and even hydrotherapy, but the centre point of them all is the ever-popular swimming pool.
St Saviour's Hotel de France has one of the most gorgeous swimming pools on the island. Guests can choose from the infinity pool and a contrasting pair of hot and cold plunge pools. There's also yoga and meditation sessions if you're looking for some complete relaxation for mind, body and spirit.
No matter how exquisite your swimming pool may be at the hotel, Jersey's beaches are simply too good to miss. Whether you prefer a sun-soaked lounger on a long stretch of sandy beach or a rugged, rocky cove and the brisk winds of winter, it's all there for the taking.
Some of the best spa hotels in Jersey are actually located right on the beach. L'Horizon Beach Hotel and Spa gives guests direct access to the sandy bay at St Brelade, in addition to providing an outstanding range of in-house spa treatments.