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OVERVIEW

A seasonal hotel with sea views on the edge of St Brelade's Bay. Get in the holiday mood with after-dinner entertainment and drinks and snacks looking out across the golden sands of the beach. Some rooms have balconies to sit and watch the jet skis and kayaks in the bay.


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Antonia Windsor
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OUR REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Stay right in the centre of the promenade of Jersey's most popular pleasure beach, St Brelades Bay. You are just a flip and a flop from the sand, and all rooms on the front frame those postcard views. Buses run behind the hotel into town and west to Corbiere. St Brelade's Church with the mediaeval fisherman's chapel is a short saunter away; a large Pizza Express is a couple of doors down.

By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around one hour. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport.

By boat: ferries to St Helier run from Poole (4 hours) and Portsmouth (10 hours 20 minutes). Book boats.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

You can see straight through the hotel from reception, so you get that sea view immediately upon arrival. Pale wood doors and frames, white paintwork and blue tub chairs and sofas are slightly generic but inoffensive. Local photography brightens the walls and wave-patterned wallpaper adds a nautical theme.

THE FACILITIES

As a seasonal hotel, it is only open from early May until late October, but that means there is very much a holiday vibe reflected in the cheery upbeat service. Facilities are limited but you have the whole beach at your disposal with a range of watersports and lifeguards for safe swimming.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Most rooms have balconies and sea views, which is what you want in this location (although the hillside at the back is full of tropical planting if you opt for the cheapest rooms). The décor varies but all rooms have desks and mirrors, tea and coffee-making facilities and Elemis toiletries in the bathroom.

Room types: Single Inland, Single Sea View, Inland Double/Twin, Superior Family, Sea View Balcony, Triple Sea View Balcony, Superior Sea View Balcony, Family Superior Sea View Balcony

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

FOOD AND DRINK

Easy, enjoyable food is on offer, such as burgers and steaks, grilled and battered fish and salads. A nightly changing table d'hôte (on fortnightly rotation) means there's something different to try each night. You can eat outside on the terrace when the weather is fine, and perhaps take afternoon tea.

Restaurant Golden Sands: buffet-style breakfast, classic British dishes, local seafood, extensive wine list. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Set menu from £25.

Afternoon Tea: served daily 2.30-5.30pm. From £18 per person.

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