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The most affordable of the seafront hotels on the popular western bay of St Brelade's, this hotel is full of heart and holiday spirit. Open seasonally from the beginning of May until the end of October, the guests are all here looking for a bucket-and-spade beach holiday. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner with sea views as the public rooms run parallel to the promenade with floor-to-ceiling windows. There's no pool, but there are lifeguards on the beach to ensure safe sea swimming. Rooms are either sea-facing with balconies or look out to the gardens and trees behind the hotel, and are decorated in either nautical blues or calming creams and browns. The menu is packed with popular choices such as fish and chips, burgers and steaks.

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You'll find a watersports concession on the beach for coasteering, kayaking, paddleboarding and water skiing.

You're right in the centre of St Brelade's Bay, Jersey's most popular pleasure beach, with buses running from behind the hotel into town.
By plane: flights from London Heathrow to Jersey take around one hour. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport.
By boat: ferries to St Helier run from Poole (4 hours) and Portsmouth (10 hours 20 minutes).

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Style & Character

The hotel is ideal for holiday-making couples and families. We love the way the floor-to-ceiling windows in all the public areas make the most of the location.

Service & Facilities

You can pick up some beach games in the lounge, including bats and balls and fishing nets, and on weekends there's after-dinner entertainment in the bar.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Superior Sea View Balcony rooms are the largest in the hotel and have the most contemporary decor. Sit on your balcony and watch the paddle boarders and kayakers carve up the sea.

Single Inland, Single Sea View, Inland Double/Twin, Superior Family, Sea View Balcony, Triple Sea View Balcony, Superior Sea View Balcony, Family Superior Sea View Balcony
Facilites include: ensuite bathroom, tea and coffee facilities, Wif-Fi, TV, hairdryer

Food & Drink

If you have a balcony you can enjoy a room-service private breakfast in the sun. You can order a vegan platter in the bar which comes with edamame beans, sun-blushed tomato and onion seed chutney, spiced maple nuts, cashew nut hummus, vegan feta, grissini sticks and mixed salad.

Restaurant Golden Sands: buffet-style breakfast, grilled steaks, classic British dishes, fresh local seafood, extensive wine list. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Set menu from £25.
Golden Sands Cafe Bar and Terrace: salads, seafood, sanwiches, burgers, curries. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Mains from £14.50.
Afternoon Tea: served daily 2.30-5.30pm. From £18 per person.

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