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OVERVIEW

This upmarket luxury hotel can be found in central St Helier and comes equipped with an indoor and outdoor pool. The wow factor is the Michelin-starred restaurant, Bohemia, with its various tasting menus. A small spa offers massages and beauty treatments, and the rooftop terrace is a great spot for cocktails in summer.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

It's not the most picturesque of locations, on a road with mainly office buildings and opposite a large car park. However, for practicality, it's hard to beat. Walking distance to the shops, bars and restaurants of St Helier, you'll save a fortune on taxi fares as you can totter home after a night out. The bus station for transport to the rest of the island is about a 15-minute walk away. The beach is the same distance in the other direction

By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around one hour. The hotel is a 15-minute taxi ride from the airport. skyscanner.net

By boat: ferries to St Helier run from Poole (4 hours) and Portsmouth (10 hours 20 minutes). The hotel is a 10-minute walk from St Helier's Port. condorferries.co.uk

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

Calm neutral colours greet you in the reception area, peppered with occasional vibrant artwork. A small library area is a quiet place to relax, while a roadside roof terrace is full of an after-work crowd in summer. Bohemia is full of dark wood with a hint of art deco.

THE FACILITIES

The service from mainly local staff was particularly good in the brasserie and restaurant, where the French sommelier was exceptional. Facilities include an indoor and outdoor pool, a thermal suite, a rasul mud chamber and beauty treatments. A small library of books and games keeps you busy on a wet afternoon.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Two pools
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Rooms are spacious and comfortable with bird's eye maple furniture, beige carpets and marble bathrooms. The interiors feel a little executive and lacking in identity, but there's a full mini bar, coffee makers, robes and Elemis bath products.

Room types: Double Deluxe, Twin Deluxe, Studio, Family Suite, Deluxe Suite, Master Suite

Key amenities: double bed, ensuite with power shower, Elemis toiletries, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

In Bohemia, Callum Graham is cooking exceptional cuisine, retaining the restaurant's Michelin star which its held since 2005. Tasting menus are a culinary adventure and take you on a journey through local produce elevated to art. The brasserie serves staples such as burgers and curries.

Bohemia: one Michelin star, formal fine dining, classic French cooking. Open for lunch Thurs-Sat and dinner Tues-Sat. Tasting menu £99.

Bohemia Bar: cocktail and champagne, bistro menu. Open for lunch and dinner. Mains from £11.95.

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