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Located in St. Helier, this beachfront hotel is in the city centre and within a 15-minute walk of Jersey Opera House, Jersey Museum and Elizabeth Castle. Jersey ...
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa£136Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa£136
Located in the heart of St. Helier, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Jersey Opera House, Jersey Museum and Elizabeth Castle. La Hougue Bie is 2.5 mi (4.1 ...
The Inn Boutique - Jersey£47The Inn Boutique - Jersey£47
Probably inhabited since the Roman Empire, St. Helier has transformed from a quiet fishing settlement into a busy port, and provides regular scheduled ferry services to mainland Britain and France. It has a superb selection of hotels and bed-and-breakfast venues for different budgets, and has a wide choice of restaurants serving delicious local and international cuisine.
Visit the Jersey Opera House, an enchanting 1920s landmark that was originally built at the turn of the 20th Century. This venue organises fantastic live performances all year round, with events ranging from opera and dance to classical music and comedy. For more insight into Jersey's maritime past, go to the Maritime Museum, which has an excellent interactive exhibition and is fun for the whole family.
Once you have checked in to your St Helier hotel, relax on the beautiful sandy beach of La Haule on St. Aubins Bay. The water here is ideal for swimming in the warmer months and is also suitable for canoeing, sailing, water-skiing, jet-skiing and banana boat rides. Treat yourself to an ice cream at one of the nearby cafés, but watch out for the seagulls, who are rather partial to a vanilla cone or two! You can find several elegant seafront hotels nearby that offer luxury rooms with sea views for that extra romantic touch.
Showcasing a quarter of a million years of the island's history, this museum and art gallery is housed in the picturesque Victorian Merchant's House. Find out why this island has resisted French rule and remained loyal to Britain for so many years, despite being so close to mainland France. The proud winner of the 'Best Told Story' accolade awarded by Visit England, this venue also examines early life in Jersey and the island's development from an agricultural economy into a popular holiday destination by the 19th Century.
As you might expect, virtually every hotel room in St Helier will offer WiFi access, often for free, and this service may also be available in your hotel's public areas. Many deluxe business-oriented hotels also offer high-speed internet access and conference facilities that are suitable for corporate functions and other exclusive private events.
You can also check out our other Channel Island hotels hotels as an alternative seaside destination for your stay.