Luxury Hotels in Jersey
As one of the Channel Island’s most loved destinations, this tiny island certainly packs a punch. With only 45 square miles, Jersey is surprisingly the largest of the Channel Islands.
If you’re travelling with kids and looking for family hotels in Jersey, we can point you to all the best places as well advising you on things to do. The world-class zoo, beaches and museums are sure to keep the young ones occupied.
Things to do in Jersey
Most famous for its distinctive cows, dramatic cliffs that hang over the rugged coastline and its attractive capital of St Helier, Jersey is a laid-back place with bucket loads of charm. The bustling harbour on the Atlantic Ocean is overlooked by romantic architecture and outstanding restaurants that showcase the island’s finest produce.
From the south to the west coast, you’ll be seduced by the beaches while the ancient castles dotted along the north and east coasts introduce you to the island’s fascinating history.
History buffs will be in their element with a trip to the Jersey War Tunnels. Once a German military hospital hidden beneath the ground, the tunnels are now a poignant museum.
If bars and restaurants are more your thing, head to the vibrant capital for an unforgettable foodie experience. You’ll find an array of buzzing bars, Michelin Star restaurants and stylish brasseries where you can indulge your taste buds and soak up the town’s culture.
If you prefer, while away the hours browsing the local shops. From jewellery designers and galleries to curious craft shops, there’s something for everyone here. The picturesque Central Market in St Helier with its cast iron fountain is a great place to look for bargains and gifts to take back home.
Too often Jersey is overlooked as a travel destination but those who do discover this hidden gem are blown away by its natural beauty and undeniable magnetism. Because flights are relatively cheap and the beaches are often sun-drenched in the summer months, Jersey is a wonderful alternative to Mediterranean holidays.