Best Luxury Hotels in Jersey 2022

The larger of the Channel Islands mixes British and French culture, reflecting its location between the two countries. Although it’s only 40 minutes by plane (or longer ferry) from the south of England, once you arrive you’ll feel like a world apart. Beaches, walking trails, shops, restaurants, a zoo, museums and unique WWII themed attractions make this a great alternative to some of the more common continental summer vacation spots. Whether you’re staying a night or two or planning a longer stay, there are plenty of luxury and spa hotels to explore.

Hotel Club Et Spa

Located in Jersey’s capital, St Helier, the Club Hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant attracts guests from near and far. The Bohemia serves theatrical tasting menus in an art deco setting, with herbal and pescatarian options, while more casual meals and afternoon tea can be had at the bar. An underground spa is also a highlight, with its saltwater pool, thermal suite, rasul mud chamber, and a range of organic treatments, plus a palm-fringed kidney-shaped outdoor pool with loungers. . Rooms at the Club Hotel are elegant and classic, with Elemis toiletries, turndown treats, and Frette linens.

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Grand Jersey Hotel And Spa

Also in St Helier, the Grand Jersey Hotel overlooks St Aubins Bay. Dating from the late 1800s, this is one of the oldest hotels on the island, keeping Elizabeth Castle from its perspective. The original staircase leading up from the lobby has been preserved, while an internal staircase is complemented by a huge 30-foot light installation. Inside are two restaurants, the more formal Tassili and a bistro, Victoria’s Brasserie, as well as a champagne bar and Elemis spa. Outside there is a barbecue on the terrace. The hotel has five stars and 123 rooms.

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Manor of La Haule

If you are looking for something a little more jewel and intimate, go to Manoir La Haule. The facade of this building dates from 1796, an era that is reflected in its sumptuous aristocratic interiors. Most of the 16 rooms have sea views, with suites featuring balconies and claw-foot tubs. Interiors echo the Rococo style overall, with plenty of antiques, and breakfast is taken in a more contemporary design room. Outside, you can swim in a heated swimming pool (in spring and summer). The town of St. Aubin and Beauport beach are within walking distance and there is a shuttle service to the airport.

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