Legacy Hampshire Hotel

A Hotel in St Helier, Jersey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Val Plaisant
St Helier
Channel Islands

Legacy Hampshire Hotel, St Helier

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Accommodation Description:

Warm soothing tones, natural woods and tiled floors have transformed this hotel into a colonial style oasis in the heart of St Helier. Each of the 42 bedrooms in this completely non-smoking property extends the promise of comfort and rest and features flat screen TV and free WiFi internet access. The town centre, with its sophisticated shopping, restaurants and lively entertainment is just a 10 minute walk away.

In-hotel dining couldnメt be better. The Head Chef prepares dishes using the freshest seasonal ingredients such as Jersey Royals and locally caught seafood. Dine in the relaxing restaurant or al fresco beside the outdoor heated pool (May-Sept).

Limited car parking is available.

3 star rating

From: £37.25

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