The Grand Jersey is a 5-star hotel and spa offering stunning sea views across St Aubin’s bay and ideally located within walking distance of Jersey’s capital, St Helier.
On Saturday the 20th of November, The Grand Jersey will be hosting an exclusive sportsman’s dinner with Ronan Rafferty, a professional golfer who is well known as a TV and radio sporting commentator and analyst, not to mention being a member of the winning Ryder cup team in 1998 and winning on many European and Australasian PGA tours.
The dinner will be hosted in the Grand suite and will include a drinks reception, a question and answer session after dinner and live music. Tickets are priced at £75 per person and can be obtained via The Grand Jersey website.
Make the most of this fascinating event by staying at this luxurious 5-star hotel on Jersey.
Luxury Jersey Hotels
Luxury Hotels on the Island of Jersey
Jersey, a quiet British island in the English Channel, is actually much closer to France than to Great Britain — it’s only 22 kilometers (14 miles) from France, but 161 kilometers (100 miles) from the English coast. It’s large enough to have several small towns spaced out over its 118 square kilometers (46 square miles), but small enough for everything to be close by.
Jersey has cool summers and mild winters, with an average annual temperature of about 12°C (53°F), and lows very rarely reaching the freezing point. The island has a multitude of historical sites, sandy beaches, and scenic views of both the sea and the countryside.
And there are many luxury hotels.
St Brelade´s Bay Hotel
La Route de la Baie, St Brelade’s Bay
This luxury hotel, surrounded by beautiful award-winning gardens, has rooms with either a sea view or a garden view; penthouse suites are also available. Facilities include a children’s play area and a tennis court, along with a large multi-function room. The hotel has a restaurant and cocktail bar overlooking the bay.
L´Horizon Hotel and Spa
La Route de la Baie, St Brelades Bay
This luxury hotel, with over one hundred airy rooms, is furnished to a high standard — most rooms have balconies. Besides the two superb restaurants, the hotel provides a indoor heated swimming pool, and a spa with beauty treatment rooms, whirlpools, steam baths, and saunas. The sandy beach is just a few steps away.
The Grand Jersey
The Esplanade, St Helier
This luxury hotel has well over one hundred rooms with air-conditioning, spectacular views, large beds, and LCD plasma televisions. There are three choices for meals: Tassili for fine dining, Victoria’s for snacks and light meals, and the Terrace, open only in the summer. The spa is an indulgent experience that should not be skipped.
The Club Hotel and Spa
Green Street, St Helier
This luxury hotel and spa sits in the middle of the town of St Helier. All rooms are furnished to luxury standards, with full-height windows opening onto balustrades. The hotel’s Bohemia is the highest rated Michelin restaurant on the island. The Club Café is more relaxed, and is perfect for breakfast or a light lunch.
Mont Du Boulevard, St Aubin
This luxury hotel sits high on a hill, and overlooks the charming harbour of St Aubin. Rooms offer every convenience and are luxuriously furnished. The Tides Restaurant serves local produce, Jersey beef, and fresh fish, all paired with wines from an extensive wine list.
Château la Chaire Hotel
Rozel Bay, St Martin
This award-winning luxury hotel is surrounded by five acres of garden terraces overlooking the fishing harbour of Rozel Bay. The bedrooms are luxurious and stylish. The hotel restaurant, paneled in oak, offers fine food fresh from the sea or the farm.
Longueville Road, St Saviour
This luxury hotel is beautifully restored Norman manor house from the 13th century. Meals are served in the elegant Oak Room, or in the more relaxing Garden Room. Conference facilities are available.
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