3 great hotels in St Helier, Jersey – Channel Islands

If you have a few days to spare and want to spoil yourself, but don’t have time to travel far, you could book a room at one of Jersey’s hotels. The capital of St Helier in particular has plenty to choose from, some of which are extremely luxurious.

Here’s a guide to three of the best.

The Grand Jersey

Arguably one of the most famous and fancy hotels on the island, this is five AA star accommodation that boasts a Michelin star to boot, so it’s no wonder it draws in so many discerning holidaymakers. Located on the St Helier waterfront, the hotel offers sweeping views of St Aubin’s Bay from your window – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to treats.

The Grand Jersey is also home to an award-winning spa, which was recognised as the UK’s Residential Spa of the Year in the Professional Beauty Awards for two consecutive years. As well as the numerous treatments on offer, the spa itself is a thing of decadence where you will immediately feel yourself relax, unwind and leave your everyday worries behind.

Then there’s the restaurant – or should that be restaurants? There are three to choose from, along with the delightful Champagne Lounge, where the live music and the sea views combine to make the perfect venue for an evening cocktail or two.

Hotel de France

For a little continental flavour without travelling all the way to France, you could book a room at Hotel de France – another of St Helier’s premier places to stay. This is the largest hotel on the island and sits within its own well-manicured grounds.

The Ayush Wellness Spa is the only one of its kind on the island to offer Ayurvedic treatments, which is a form of therapy that originates from India. Measuring 17,000 ft in total, this is a realm of tranquillity, where it’s impossible to stay tense and you can even get your hair and makeup done as well if you have a special evening planned.

If you enjoy choice when it comes to dining out, this is the place for you as the hotel features a number of restaurants, cafes and bars. For a simple snack or just a cup of coffee you can pop to Cafe Roma or take a drink out to the terrace, while the Lounge Bar is the place to go for pre-dinner drinks. Once you’re ready for something to eat, make your way to Saffrons to sample the a la carte dishes that use local ingredients to make food inspired by Indian cuisine.

The Club Hotel and Spa

As with the two hotels above, this is an establishment that knows how to spoil its guests, featuring luxurious guestrooms, a great restaurant and cocktail bar and quality spa facilities. This is a chic city complex with a glamorous atmosphere that will ensure your stay is memorable.

The restaurant of choice here is Bohemia, which has four AA rosettes and a Michelin star. You may find this eatery is a lot more relaxed than some of the others we’ve mentioned, but that doesn’t mean the quality of the food isn’t just as high. Here you can expect to enjoy Royal Bay Oysters and scallops that have been caught fresh that morning.

Follow dinner with a cocktail at Bohemia Bar, or, if you really want to spoil yourself, treat yourself to a glass of champagne.

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  1. Quite nice work, this is better hotel guide, I have found this post informative, as I m packing my luggage to go there on jersey island, could you please tell me few reasonable food restaurants as well as bars in jersey where I can go without burning my pocket?

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