The Best Western Royal Hotel is one of Jersey’s best established 3 star hotels with a lasting reputation for friendliness and convenience.
St Helier's pedestrian shopping area, historical sites and the waterfront are all within easy reach - perfect for exploring everything on foot or by bus.
The accommodation is generous in size and comfortable. For extra space and luxury, treat yourself to their lovely suites, Executive bedrooms and bedrooms with balcony or patio access.
B&B: from £52 per person per night (low season) and £73 per person per night (high season)
4.8 out of 5 (93 reviews)
Standard rooms, suites and executive bedrooms are available.
Suites and executive bedrooms offer extra space & luxury amenities.
All rooms are en-suite and feature a flat screen television, complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, free WiFi , electronic door locking, desk and stationary, and radio alarm clock.
AA Rosette fine dining with a daily changing table d’hôte and à la carte menu.
Drinks and light snacks are offered throughout the day.
The hotel isn't suitable for anyone with reduced mobility as it is accessed by a flight of stairs.
The “Royal” is nestled in a row of classic town houses on the edge of St Helier’s centre. The pedestrian shopping area, the lively Central Market and many coffee shops and restaurants are within easy walking reach.
Between 1 and 2 pm / 11 am check out
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