Golden Sands Hotel

A Hotel in St Breliades Bay, Jersey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

La Route De La Baie
St Breliades Bay
Jersey
Channel Islands
JE3 9EF

Golden Sands Hotel, St Breliades Bay

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The Golden Sands Hotel is located in a unique position and is perfect for a beach holiday, having direct access to the promenade and beach of St Brelades. The hotel has 62 comfortable and well designed bedrooms, most having sea views and balconies. The restaurant offers daily changing menus including an extensive grill menu featuring everything from sea food and steaks to pasta and salad.

3 star rating

From: £46.50

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