In the same capable hands for the last 50 years, the Mornington is a classic, traditional and well-run budget hotel offering comfortable accommodation a stone's throw away from St Helier’s town centre.
Located just across from the lovely Howard Davis Park, the Mornington is ideal for anyone who wants a bit of everything: proximity to the shops and restaurants and to the popular beach at the nearby Havre des Pas.
From £32 per person per night, including bed & breakfast
4.8 out of 5 (21 reviews)
- Open March - October
- Continental breakfast
- Relaxing hotel bar
- TV lounge
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Small car park. Public car park nearby.
- Dogs accepted on a request basis
Holidays for the Mornington Hotel for 2019 are currently only available to book by phone. Please call us on 01534 496 650 for assistance.
There is a selection of twin and double rooms available for sole occupancy upon request, as well as family rooms.
All rooms are en-suite and equipped with flatscreen TV with English, Spanish, French, Italian and German channels, tea & coffee making facilities, direct dial telephones, internet access and central heating.
Dining & Bars
A delicious continental breakfast is available daily.
The Mornington is very close to many lovely restaurants. La Colomberie area offers a large variety of cuisine and prices.
Most rooms are accessible by lift.
Check In / Out
2 pm / 10 am
Staying with your dog
Dogs are accepted on a request basis at no additional charge. Dogs are not permitted in the breakfast room.
25% Reduction• 15th September - 4th November 2018
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