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A compact boutique hotel on the outskirts of St Helier with a dynamic bar and a well-respected restaurant that serves Madeiran hanging skewers called espetada. Rooms vary in character and colour from monochrome black and white to racy red velvet. Facilities are limited but there is a small car park across the road and a bus runs regularly into town (a brisk 10-minute walk away) or into the country parishes of St John and Trinity where you can pick up the north coast cliff paths. Unusually for a three-star hotel you'll find robes in all the rooms save for the lowest category, along with a snack tray of goodies, air conditioning and bluetooth speakers.

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If you catch the bus from the hotel in the direction out of town, you can go as far as the cliff paths on the north coast.

The hotel is on the outskirts of Jersey's capital, a short bus ride (or a brisk 10-minute walk) from the town's shops and restaurants.
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). condorferries.co.uk

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Style & Character

This hotel suits city-breaking couples. We love the multi-coloured concentric-ring fabric used to upholster the sofas and for the curtains.

Service & Facilities

Leave your car keys at reception and the staff will navigate the tight car park, so you don't have to.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking
  • Pet-friendly

Pets are welcome in the bar area, and some rooms are available to accommodate pets.


The split-level de Carteret suite is up in the eaves of the hotel and has a separate sitting area, walnut furniture and space for an extra bed. The snack tray in the rooms is a nice touch, containing chocolate, biscuits and Haribos.

Classic Room, Superior Room, Junior Suite, Business Suite, Penthouse Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, free toiletries, TV, desk, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There is a great selection of dishes for vegans, including tenderstem broccoli in batter with crushed minted peas, hand-cut chips and vegan caper butter. The garlic lover's starter in the restaurant involves a whole bulb of roasted garlic with Gournay cheese, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and oven baked bread.

The restaurant: modern European and classic British dishes, steaks, burgers, salads, vegetarian and vegan options. Open Wed-Sat for dinner, Sun for lunch. Mains from £12.50.
The bar: open daily for drinks.

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