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St. Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort
Ranked #6 of 19 Hotels in St Peter Port
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 15 June 2012

Location is little bit outside of St Peter port, about 20 minute walk. Nice pool and gym. We mostly ate in the bar, and didn't try the restaurant. Big portion sizes in the bar. Good breakfast, lots to choose from. I had a room with a coffee machine and iPod dock, although I don't think this is a standard in all rooms.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 9 June 2012

We recently spent a few days at this hotel. The rooms were of a high corporate standard without being earth shattering, but were well appointed and had everything we needed. Breakfast was excellent with a massive buffet selection which all seemed fresh and very tasty. Didn't suffer from slow replenishment as some other hotels we have stayed at. Staff were plentiful, very friendly and helpful. The leisure complex was well equipped and clean. The grounds are wonderful with a large lake in the garden (although the fountain played havoc with my bladder while in the gym).
We didn't use the hotels restaurant so can't comment but there is a huge choice of places to eat in town. Hire car was worth having as its a long walk to the harbour area (about 30 mins). We had a bar snack on arrival and that was very good.

Room Tip: Wouldn't bother paying extra for garden view, the front was just as good.
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  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 June 2012

OK, so our suite was lovely, with good facilities, a connecting extra room so we could keep the kids out of earshot and a fabulous terrace garden with lovely views of the gardens/lake/golf course, loads of furniture and a hot tub to die for.

The staff were very attentive and friendly and there seemed plenty of them.

The grounds are also lovely and the common areas are fine, if not a patch on the suite. It all sort of goes down hill after that thought I'm afraid.

We had a shocking lunch when we first arrived - my seafood salad seemed to have all come straight from the 'deli' counter at Tesco with very little fresh fish in sight, and Mrs D's Caesar salad had the soggiest croutons and half cooked bacon imaginable. The kiddies' jacket potatoes had most definitely seen better days. Anyway, we voted with our feet and didn't dare eat at the hotel again...

What made this trip memorable though (for all the wrong reasons) was the incredible racket we had to put up with on our first night from the wedding party downstairs. The whole place was literally vibrating to the rhythm of the bass line. Amazing. I had a right royal rant and the very gracious receptionist Sinead immediately offered us another room. However as the kids were asleep next door one of us to stay in the suite while I, the lucky one, got to move to a quieter room. The whole thing put a major dampener on our stay though as we were pretty shattered after a hard week's work, and really just wanted to go to bed when we go to the hotel. As a result we were both tired the next day and had to deal with our lively kids without enough sleep. Hardly what you pay for a suite for!

The manager did refund the cost of the first night at my request; on the suite, not on the extra room, which might have been reasonable in the circumstances, but total war was avoided.

So, if you are planning on staying here make sure you ask if there is a wedding on and if your room is above the party venue, because if it is I very much doubt if you will sleep!

Room Tip: see above!
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  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 May 2012

We stayed for a long weekend, arriving on a Thursday evening. There was always plenty of car parking available only a few yards from the entrance. The staff, very welcoming, looked good in their uniforms, and gave us all the information we needed about the hotel and its facilities.
The room was large, with a huge bed (actually 2 smaller beds pushed together), but very comfortable. There was plenty of storage space. Tea and coffee making facilities were available. There was a balcony with a table and 2 chairs, which we could have used if the weather had been better. The bathroom appeared to be recently refurbished and was spotless. Wifi worked fine.
Breakfast was really impressive - a really large room with lots of tables and chairs, so it never seemed crowded. A huge selection of cereals and both hot and cold foods served buffet style. The staff were very attentive, bringing drinks very quickly and clearing used plates immediately.
The swimming pool and spa were available indoors - we didn't use other options such as gym, sauna, relaxation room, but they were available. Also available were massages, hairdressers. There was an a la carte restaurant with a good range of selections (15% discount if you arrived before 7pm). There was also a selection of bar meals available in the bar, which were good value.

Outside were 3 tennis courts and a crazy golf course, which wew didn't use because the weather was rainy for much of our stay. There was also a golf course.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 May 2012

This is a very good hotel. The food was outstanding and the facilities excellent. The grounds, lake and golf course are beautiful. The staff go out of their way to help you and everything runs smoothly. The only reason I have not graded this excellent is that the duvet was very thin and I was cold in bed. We would definitely return.

Room Tip: one overlooking the extensive grounds
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  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 April 2012

I spent two nights in the hotel. I would rate it as good rather than excellent. It is a friendly and well run hotel with prompt service and pretty reasonable prices for the area. A couple of niggles - the wi-fi was intermittent in my room of the 2nd floor, my room was very hot and I couldn't find a way of cooling it down and the tea tray was sparse. Walls are quite thin so I was treated to some midnight sneezing and coughing from my neighbour that sounded as though it was 2 feet from my head. Gave me quite a fright I can tell you to be woken by an earth shaking sneeze just after I had got to sleep.

That said the breakfast was excellent and extensive and the spar facilities good too.

Clean, comfortable and friendly. It would not take much for it to hit the excellent category across the board.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank CheshireChap58
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Reviewed 27 April 2012

We stayed here for three nights.Reception on arrival was excellent and friendly.The room was spacious overlooking a children's playground and the all weather tennis courts. The room was spacious with a large double bed,plenty of storage and a refurbished en suite bathroom.This is a very well run hotel,breakfast service was one of the best I've seen anywhere,staff have clearly defined roles and are reallly efficient.The breakfast buffet was plentiful and the cooked food was really tasty. Which is strange because the evening meals weren't.The menu was what you could call international,I think Guernsey was mentioned once on the menu.And that's an issue.You do expect locally sourced food. The menu doesn't change-there is no nightly special.We didn't eat in the main restaurant because it has absolutely no character at all.It must double as a balllrooom as it has its own glitterball.We ate in the bar twice and on the final night we discovered the Renoir cafe.This happened by accident as the bar was full as the hotel was staging a wrestling event. The Renoir is the best public room in the hotel but only seems to open intermittently. There is so much to be positive about but yet the hotel lacks indivduality-it's built for the conference and wedding business mainly so as a couple you feeel you are just a filler in to increase occupancy rates.This was summed up on our last night by a duty manager who asked if we were resident-there is no sense in which you feel that the management wants to get to know you and encourage repeat business. A Guernsey resident summed this hotel up as being tired and some parts are-the leisure pool area is not just tired, it's completely exhausted. The hotel is refurbishing and repainting-the work started in the corridor outside our room at 7.30 am! Overall I wish the hotel well in what it's trying to do to the fabric of the building,I just wish it could try a bit harder to make the indivdual guest feel more valued and make the experience more specifically Guernsey.

Room Tip: Rooms overlooking the garden avoid road noise.
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  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about St. Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

Address: Rohais, St Peter Port GY1 1FD
Region: United Kingdom > Channel Islands > Guernsey > St Peter Port
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 Luxury Hotel in St Peter Port
#6 Business Hotel in St Peter Port
#7 Family Hotel in St Peter Port
#10 Romantic Hotel in St Peter Port
Price Range: £95 - £164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — St. Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort 4*
Number of rooms: 131
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
St Pierre Park Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort is dedicated to providing our guests with warm and genuine hospitality. Located in 35 acres of stunning grounds just 1 mile from St Peter Port, it is the one of the most well equipped hotels in Guernsey for business events and conferences. The hotel also offers a variety of dining options, top spa treatments and one of only three golf courses on the island. ... more   less 
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