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stayed for one night 8th June 2015. For a business stay it was great, comfy bed and quiet in the night with a central location (10 min walk from centre of St Helier). Breakfast was served early, was lovely and staff very attentive.
The hotel is a little way out of the centre of St. Helier, has a large car park, and you can eat in the main restaurant, The Pizza Restaurant, or the Boot and Ball pub. The first night we had the pub special of rib...More
I booked this hotel based on description and reviews; the description slightly flattering. Our room was a good size, bigger than most, I believe, but not a lot of storage space; just ok for a week.
Breakfast was fine but you had to time it...More
Ok, the decor is a little bit tired but the hotel is clean and tidy. We had a double and single room which were a reasonable size with the usual tea and coffee facilities. Reception was tidy and staff friendly and efficient. Breakfast was good...More
Enjoyed the break on the whole. Breakfast was plentiful and tasty. Helpful friendly staff but receptionist response was poor. (Noise issues) Pool facilities good.
Very central location. Bus stop outside door. Recommend room on top floor overlooking pool- as front is noisier.
$51 - $1,748 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
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There are steps up to the hotel door, a lift to the bedrooms, but doorways a bit narrow for wheelchairs. From Reception to the dining room & bar area there are more stairs so would not recommend this hotel for wheelchair... More
There are steps up to the hotel door, a lift to the bedrooms, but doorways a bit narrow for wheelchairs. From Reception to the dining room & bar area there are more stairs so would not recommend this hotel for wheelchair users.
Response from Dorothy C | Reviewed this property |
there are steps going into the hotel and lifts inside if you were only going for a couple of days am sure the staff would help you. They are very pleasant and helpful. you could always e-mail them in advance
Response from John-Azmina D | Reviewed this property |
Having visited this hotel on many occasions, I am pleased to say that the buffet breakfast is second to none. The choice is from smoked back bacon, fried or scrambled eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans as well as... More
Having visited this hotel on many occasions, I am pleased to say that the buffet breakfast is second to none. The choice is from smoked back bacon, fried or scrambled eggs, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans as well as cereals fruit and croissants, jams and honey. Tea or coffee and toast is served at the table.
For a special occasion I would recommend Quayside Restaurant in the Liberation Square, about a ten minute walk from the hotel, I would suggest booking from home before going.
If steak is your preference then Wildfire Grill is the one, again a 10 minute walk from the hotel.
You can get details on line for menus and 'phone numbers etc.
Enjoy your trip, Jersey is a great place to visit especially if the weather is good. Check the forecast as it can get quite windy at night.
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"superior rooms have garden view and some have balconies"