If you’re thinking of going on holiday to Jersey and are looking for a hotel, here are a few suggestions. There are obviously many, many more, from self-catering to 4 and 5 star luxury hotels, but we hope the ones below will get you started!
L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa
L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa is at St. Brelade’s Bay with its white sandy beach. This stylish four star hotel has 105 rooms and was built in 1850. It has a lovely terrace that overlooks the beach and bay – you even get a view over the bay when you’re relaxing in the hotel Jacuzzi or swimming in the heated indoor pool!
There’s a choice of four restaurants and a host of other amenities, including spa facilities such as a sauna, steam room, gym and treatment rooms. This is a great hotel to relax and pamper yourself.
Seymour Tower is certainly not four star and isn’t technically a hotel but we thought we’d include it as it does provide alternative accommodation to visitors on holiday in Jersey. It was built in 1782 as part of the island’s defences and is about 2kms out to sea. It has since been converted into a place to stay, although living accommodation is more fun than luxurious.
The living room and kitchen is on the ground floor, as is the kitchen. There are beds on the ground floor and first floors, four bunk beds in total. The bathroom is basic, so be warned!
This 2 star hotel is in Gorey under the old Mont Orgueil Castle, so is great for those wanting to explore some of the historic sights of Jersey or looking for a slower pace during their holiday in Jersey. Enjoy dinner on the terrace while you take in the view. The restaurant, which has a good reputation, is open every day offering a continental menu with a good selection of seafood with fish caught locally from the harbour and waters around the island.
Bedrooms are en-suite and come equipped with many facilities to make your Jersey holiday as pleasant and relaxing as possible.
Old Court House
The Old Court House is a 3 star establishment in Grouville on the edge of Gorey village and is also close to Mont Orgueil Castle and the old port. It’s ideally located for the beach at the Royal Bay of Grouville, which provides numerous water sports including windsurfing. The shops, bars and restaurants are all within walking distance.
Bedrooms are en-suite, many with a balcony and there’s an outdoor pool with a large terrace and sun loungers. The restaurant has a good reputation for great food produced from local produce.