Mayfair Hotel

A Hotel in St Helier, Jersey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Brooklyn Street
St Helier
Jersey
Channel Islands
JE2 4RA

Mayfair Hotel, St Helier

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Accommodation Description:

A warm welcome awaits guests at this conveniently located hotel, only a few minutes' walk from the bustling shops of St Helier, five minutes from the famous Howard Davis Park and a ten minute stroll from the beach at Havre des Pas. All bedrooms are heated and are equipped with television, tea/coffee making facilities and telephone. Guests can take advantage of the leisure facilities including the Jacuzzi, steam bath, indoor swimming pool and gym.

This hotel has recently undergone major refurbishment and is completely non-smoking.

3 star rating

From: £28.50

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