The Fort d'Auvergne Hotel is built on the site of a former maritime fort and is bordered by the sea to the south and the east.
The hotel takes full advantage of its beautiful maritime position with many rooms and public areas having fantastic sea views. A swimming pool complex, a south facing reading room and a licensed bar exclusively opened to residents create a really comfortable holiday setting.
The Fort d'Auvergne is on St. Helier's town outskirts, with easy access to shops, attractions and entertainment.
B&B: from £45 per person per night (low season) and from £59 per person per night (high season)
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The hotel features a selection of standard, sea and beach view rooms. Some rooms feature a balcony. The accommodation at the Fort d'Auvregne is traditional but offers all the required modern amenities.
All guest rooms are en-suite and equipped with television, radio, and a tea and coffee tray
A daily changing table d’hôte evening menu with a vegetarian option is served in the air-conditioned restaurant room.
A full breakfast buffet is available every morning.
For guests only, the Promenade Bar is sea facing and stays open all day for coffees or drinks.
The swimming pool complex and sun terrace are welcome features for a town hotel.
In the summer the hotel provides some evening entertainment.
There is no specific disabled access but a lift to most rooms is available.
The residential area around The Fort d’Auvergne was built in the Victorian era as a seaside resort. Known as Havre des Pas, this is a part of town full of charm with some classic architecture to take you back in time. You can access the Promenade straight from the hotel.
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