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OVERVIEW

An eccentric four-star hotel with excellent service and a seasonally heated outdoor pool. Enjoy a menu of international cuisine in the Leopard restaurant or afternoon teas on the terrace. Browse the hotel's art collection while you walk the corridors and you may spot a Matisse or a Picasso.


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OUR REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Just at the top of Guernsey's capital St Peter Port, by the large green space of Cambridge park, you are slightly removed from the throng of shoppers and get great views over the town towards the sea from the terrace. A short downhill walk leads to the centre and you can hop on a bus back. The Guernsey museum and Art Gallery and the Guernsey Tapestry are less than ten minutes away.

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

By boat: ferries to St Peter Port run from Poole (3 hours) and Portsmouth (7 hours). Book boats.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

You won't forget this hotel's dramatic design. The black and white lobby has a chequered tiled floor and a hexagon of striped upholstery draped from the ceiling like the roof of a big top. The Leopard bar and restaurant are packed with animal prints and the corridors are hung with a large art collection.

THE FACILITIES

Service is attentive and courteous, with front-desk staff on hand to help with restaurant bookings and boat trips. The outdoor pool is heated from May to September, and when it's not in use you can get complimentary access to the leisure centre a short walk away.

  • Bar
  • Two restaurants
  • Outdoor pool
  • Terrace
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Opt for a seafront room with a balcony to make the most of the location. Each room is individually styled with a variety of different fabrics on the walls with curtains to match. The furniture is a mix of antique and modern and the towels in the marble-tiled bathrooms are monogrammed.

Room types: Classic Double, Seaview Classic Double, King/Twin, Superior King/Twin, Seaview King/Twin, Junior Suites, The Penthouse

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Food in the Leopard restaurant is prepared and cooked in an open kitchen. The menu has an international flavour with dishes such as Durban lamb curry and herb-crusted bouillabaisse. The bar is an atmospheric spot to try a local gin, while the terrace serves afternoon teas in the sun.

Leopard Bar & Restaurant: AA Rosette, fresh seafood, steaks, British classics, local produce. Open daily for breakfast and weekends for lunch. Two-course set menu £25.

The Terrace: all-day dining, outdoor seating. Mains from £18.

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