Revere Hotel

A Historic Hotel in St Helier, Jersey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Kensington Palace
St Helier
Jersey
Channel Islands
JE2 3PA

Revere Hotel, St Helier

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Accommodation Description:


Originally a 17th century Coach House. The Revere Hotel is ideally situated on the fringe of the busy shopping mall and only a few minutes walk from the Esplanade and beach. This charming non-smoking hotel has 56 individually and carefully decorated bedrooms.

Hotel features include a choice of two restaurants, a bar with open log fires in the colder months and an outdoor swimming pool.

3 star rating

From: £35.75

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