St.Brelade’s Bay Hotel presents a slight colonial air with immaculately polished antiques and beautiful artifacts peppered along the walls. The hotel is situated opposite one of Jersey's most popular beaches and features a spa and health club, swimming pool and fantastic sea views.
The hotel provides pretty much everything for anyone of any age: private access to the beach (across a quiet road), a magnificent garden complete with nature trail and an outdoor pool with adjacent bar and restaurant.
B&B: from £72 per person per night (low season) and £154 per person per night (high season)
4.5 out of 5 (20 reviews)
Each of the individually designed rooms and suites complements the hotel's original 19th century features and includes: direct dial telephone, baby listening facilities, broadband internet access, satellite TV with sport, movies and children's channels, LCD TV, fresh fruit bowl on arrival, alarm clock, hairdryer, and 24 hour room service.
These are standard twin/double rooms with a great attention to details given to the décor. Sea view rooms feature a balcony.
All 3 superior rooms have spacious balconies overlooking St Brelade’s Bay.
1 or 2 bedrooms beautifully appointed suites: magnificent views, private balconies and dining rooms.
Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in the recently refurbished dining room overlooking the bay.
Locally sourced products are always favoured to create a lunchtime plat du jour and evening à la carte Menu. The Sunday lunch menu is often enjoyed by islanders.
Find out more about The Bay Restaurant
Offers a selection of light meals and teas & coffees.
In the summer, the outdoor Petit Port Café provides a full bar menu by the swimming pool.
Fully equipped gym, 20m indoor pool with luxury changing rooms, exercise studio, spa pool, steam room, beauty salon.
Find out more about the DW Health Club
Tucked away in the DW Health Club, the Spa offers a wide range of treatments using the exclusive Caudalie products.
Astro turf Tennis court
Play area dedicated to teenagers with pool table.
Outdoor children play area.
St Brelade’s Bay Hotel sits in possibly the most attractive bay’s in Jersey. Gold sand, blue seas and a beach promenade complete the beautifully relaxing environment. Full water based sports and facilities are available from the beach.
3 of the 5 floors are disabled friendly. There are no dedicated disabled rooms as such but good lift access.
3 pm / 11 am
The Golden Sands hotel opens straight onto one of Jersey’s most beautiful and popular beaches.
Rooms not cleaned had to request towels and products as not replaced room 57 offered a view of the kitchen roof complete with food smell from the vents ,asked to move told there was wedding on so not possible till next day husband explained it was my birthday no interest or acknowledgmentRead More>
Excellent hotel and flight.Read More>
Good organisation. Everything went to plan. No negative comments.Read More>
Fantastic hotel great staff and foodRead More>
Brilliant location, friendly service and very good facilities and grounds - the health club superb.Read More>
The hotel, accommodation and food were all excellent as were the staff and could not find fault with anything.Read More>
The following comment has nothing whatsoever to do with Jersey Travel or the quality of the hotel but relates to the single room supplement. I was a solo traveller and had no...
Having stayed at this hotel on numerous occasions it never fails to please us. The hotel facilities are second to none and the staff are very good. We like the dining room experience, love the white table cloths and napkins and the personal service.Read More>
This was our third stay at this excellent Hotel and we hope to do so again.Read More>
Lovely hotel in beautiful location - staff very helpful and facilities very good. Outdoor swimming pool (30 degrees!) and pretty gardens plus sea-view rooms with balconies overlooking the bay.Read More>
I provided feedback to the hotel. The room we were allocated was in a poor location and noisy. The staff said we should not have been allocated the room so why did that happen. There is clear elitism in the dining room with some guests being given preferential service. This happened last year and still...Read More>