The Norfolk Hotel is a wonderful 2 star family-run hotel that offers great value for money and an unbeatable personal service, a popular coffee shop, evening meals and entertainment.
The décor is simple and clean throughout ensuring a comfortable stay.
The Norfolk is only a stone's throw away from the main town centre yet offers an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a sun patio.
Please note that the Norfolk only accepts bookings arriving/departing on a Saturday from 4th May - 20th September 2019.
B&B: from £26 per person per night (low season) and £44 per person per night (high season)
4.6 out of 5 (133 reviews)
- Open April – Mid October
- Outdoor swimming pool
- 100 rooms
- TV and games room
- Ping pong table
- WiFi in public areas
- Entertainment during high season
- Free parking
All rooms are en-suite with a selection of single, double, twin and family rooms.
All guest rooms are equipped with a television, tea & coffee tray and hairdryer.
Dining & Bars
Ciao! Coffee Shop is open daily for snacks and light meals.
Evening meals are offered to hotel guests.
There is a lift to all floors.
The Norfolk Hotel is located on the very edge of the main pedestrian shopping street in St Helier. Don’t hesitate to take a guided tour to discover the rich history that surrounds La Colomberie area.
Check In / Out
2 pm / 10.30 am
4 nights for the price of 3 (Bed & Breakfast)• 18th April - 3rd May 2019
Complimentary Half Board (minimum stay 3 nights)• 18th April - 3rd May 2019
Single Parent Offer• All dates
• 2 children sharing with 1 adult - both children pay 50%
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