Fort D'Auvergne Hotel

A Hotel in St Helier, Jersey

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Havre des Pas
St Helier
Channel Islands

Fort D'Auvergne Hotel, St Helier

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The Fort d'Auvergne Hotel is bordered on 2 sides by the sea and sandy beach making it an ideal location for a Jersey holiday. The hotel offers an informal atmosphere and a friendly service with amenities including a swimming pool, seafront patio, bar, lounge, restaurant as well as comfortable guest rooms with television, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. The pleasant walk to the city centre only takes 10 minutes, but should you wish to take the bus, a stop is situated right outside the hotel, offering a frequent service to local attractions.

2 star rating

From: £40.75

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