The Ommaroo Hotel is a classic Victorian seafront hotel.
Family run, friendly and fantastically situated between the town centre and the beach in a district of St Helier traditionally dedicated to hospitality, the Ommaroo’s good looks are carried inside throughout the stylishly decorated guests’ rooms.
The Promenade across the road is ideal for day walks or evening strolls, a real luxury and a great way to enjoy Jersey’s amazing coastline.
B&B: from £50 per person per night (low season) and £74 per person per night (high season)
4.9 out of 5 (30 reviews)
The hotel offers a selection of Standard, Club and Sea View rooms, set up with twin or double beds.
All guest rooms are en-suite and equipped with tea & coffee facilities, television, direct dial telephone and hairdryer.
The Ommaroo provides room service.
The hotel's restaurant presents a daily changing table d’hôte menu and a varied à la carte menu.
Guests will enjoy the outdoor swimming pool and the landscaped gardens as well as the beach across the road and the public sea swimming pool at Havre des Pas.
The staff will be happy to help you rent a bike and can organise packed lunches should you wish to go exploring for a day.
The Ommaroo doesn't provide any specific disabled access or rooms.
Known as Havre des Pas, the residential area around The Ommaroo was built in the Victorian era as a seaside resort. The sea swimming pool is as popular today as it was when it first opened...in 1895. Also take time to admire the spectacular tidal range: the island doubles in size at low tide, a phenomenon best observed on the south coast.
2 pm / 10 am
Dogs are accepted on a request basis and charged at £5 per dog per night. Dogs are not permitted in the lounge or restaurant.
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