For a big hotel, which was full, we found the staff to be very polite and friendly - nothing was a problem for them. We had a slight problem with out sink and when reporting it, we had someone up within minutes to sort it out. We stayed in a Business Class room which was lovely and big, and very clean. The mirrors in the bathroom were excellent for putting on my makeup, and there was a mirror in the room with two plug sockets next to it for the hairdryer and my hair straightners. We had a lovely view of the harbour and Elizabeth Island, also the bay accross to St Aubon if you looked to the right. The windows were the whole length of one side of the room. We had an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, fridge (empty so you could put your own drinks into it easily), safe, coffee/tea making facilitiy, also a seperate machine one (like a tassimo). The TV was at the end of the bed. We had a small wardrobe, with shelving as well as hanging space- I took extra hangers which I did use as there are never enough for me, and we had a small chest of drawers. In the bathroom we had a bathrobe and slippers each, hand cream, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner and bathsalts. We also had a desk and free internet.
The reception has a large fish tank in it which was interesting to look at. We didn't use the spa or pool but it looked ok. Next to that was a TV/internet room - watched the footie in there one night! The bar was between the reception and the dining room, and we had drinks on the terrace - they weren't cheap but what you would expect to pay in a hotel such as this.
We didn't go into the town to eat as my father couldn't walk far, so we ate acouple of times at the nearby cinema complex where there are a few eating places. We ate at the hotel once which was ok but pricy - but it is the hotel! We did hire a car for a couple of days so and had a meal in a pup in St Auben, and one at The Old Smugglers – Ouaisne Bay.
Things to do: Get the little train from Liberation Square, St Hellier to St Auben (and back) -
really is a treat. Go to the War Tunnels - I thought they would be boring, I was so wrong (I don't think children would appreciate them though). Hire a car and have a good time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Relish captivating views at this waterfront hotel in Jersey. Explore unspoilt beaches, magnificent cliffs and picturesque landscapes from this attractive Channel Islands locale. Located directly on the bustling waterfront promenade, this hotel offers Jersey visitors premium accommodation. Enjoy amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet as well as the convenience of an in-house health club. Savour a meal alfresco at the Waterfront Restaurant and Terrace, and take advantage of easy access to nearby attractions like Elizabeth Castle. To top it off, this venue's five fully equipped meeting rooms make it the perfect place for mixing business with pleasure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Jersey Hotel St. Helier
- St Helier Radisson
- Radisson St. Helier
- Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Jersey St Helier