Explore Accommodation Options in Jersey

Where to Stay in Jersey, Channel Islands

Jersey is a unique island with so many activities and types of holiday to enjoy here. If you’ve already explored the ‘rock,’ fondly nicknamed by islanders, you’ll know how many more exciting places there are to venture.  If it’s your first time here, you’re in for a real treat.

If you’re looking for a place to stay where you can wake up and enjoy sea views, then we’d recommend Barge Aground in St Ouen’s Bay.  This fascinating 1930’s style seaside retreat is just a few steps away from the beach. If you have a bigger budget then the Radio Tower is a must and offers 360-degree sea views and fantastic stargazing views at night.

With a never-ending choice of places to stay, from the buzzing town of St Helier to the stark beauty of L’Etacq, Jersey has a plethora of options for you to check into, whether you’re staying for a long weekend or settling for a couple of weeks.  We know that everyone has different circumstances and preferences, so we have created an all-encompassing guide to make your life and stay in Jersey so much easier. From self-catering accommodation for your family, to a romantic hotel break with your partner, Jersey will have something for you.

There are many places where you’ll find outdoor adventures and water sports on your doorstep, but there are also places that are surrounded by delicious restaurants or contain spa facilities for the ultimate relaxation. We have selected our top 10 favourite options on the island for any type of getaway.

6 Popular Types of Accommodation in Jersey


With so many hotels to choose from, it really depends on what you want to get out of your stay. Some hotels offer family suites, whereas some are more suited to romantic getaways.

Luxury Hotel

For a next-level getaway, a select few hotels in Jersey also boast Michelin star restaurants and award-winning spas so that you can completely spoil yourselves.


Perfect for families, there are small resort-style accommodation options, that may encourage more of an outdoors holiday and means you can take your break at your own pace.


With a growing selection of AirBnB properties on the island, this gives you the opportunity to live like a local or even stay with a family and get to know the best secret spots in Jersey.


There’s a reason that there are only two campsites on the island – they are located in the most peaceful and beautiful places, with spotless amenities and affordable plots.


The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre can be found located in St. Martin on the East Coast. It’s one of the cheapest places to stay whilst in Jersey and offers a range of facilities.

THE BEST 10 places to stay in Jersey

Our favourite places to stay

We’ve rounded up the best 10 places to stay in Jersey, that we’d recommend to our friends and families. We think that no matter your guests, location preferences or budget, they’ll be something here for you. Hotel accommodation in Jersey caters for those looking for five-star luxury and those on a budget.  Of course, there are countless hotels to mention, so if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch and ask our opinion.

To be fair it doesn’t matter where you stay in Jersey, as you’re never more than 10 minutes from the sea, and with over 150 restaurants dotted around the island there are plenty of choices for venturing out in the evenings and trying some of the island’s fantastic cuisine.

Longueville Manor

With a spa, award-winning restaurant and set in beautiful grounds with its own private gold club, Longueville offers classic beauty at its finest.

St Saviour

Chateau la Chaire

If you’re looking for a hotel with personality, this is it. Offering a selection of quaint rooms, you can sit in your bathtub and enjoy beautiful views over Rozel Harbour.

St Martin

Les Ormes

The only 5* self-catering accommodation on the island, you can find access to endless outdoor activities within easy reach of your luxury lodge.

St Brelades

St Brelade’s Bay Hotel

Nestled right in the stunning bay of St Brelade’s, you can find everything you might need nearby, as well as an incredible Sunday lunch, not to forget that you’ll only be 10 steps away from the beach.

St Brelade’s

The Club

Luxury right in the middle of the town: featuring a Michelin-star restaurant, Bohemia downstairs and award-winning spa, you’ll never want to leave.

St Helier

The Grand

With one of the best afternoon teas and most celebrated spas on the island, away from the hustle and bustle of town but offering easy access around the island, The Grand is our idea of the perfect weekend.

St Helier

Hotel De France

The 4-star Hotel & Spa offers an extensive choice of facilities. Its Spa and Healthhaus fitness centre are complemented by their award-winning gardens and La Terrasse Restaurant & Bar, with spectacular views of the sunset from the al fresco terrace.

St Ouen

The Royal Yacht

If you fancy treating yourself, you can have an infamous steak at The Grill restaurant, walk through to Zephyr for an incredible espresso martini, and wake up with a spa treatment, all in the centre of town.

St Saviour

The Atlantic

With arguably the best view across St Ouen’s bay and a highly-celebrated restaurant, this hotel is only a short walk to the beach, the beautiful railway walk and nearby gold clubs.

St Brelades

Barge Aground

A Jersey Heritage special, you’ll want to book this one early as islanders snap this up during the summer months! Sat amongst the rugged landscape of the classic sand dunes, you can’t get much closer to the beach than this.

St Peter

Premier Inn Jersey

A Jersey Heritage special, you’ll want to book this one early as islanders snap this up during the summer months! Sat amongst the rugged landscape of the classic sand dunes, you can’t get much closer to the beach than this.

St Helier

Popular Jersey Stay Questions

This depends on what you like doing and how you’d like to spend your time in Jersey. If you’d like to get outside and stuck into the amazing water sports on offer, the west of the island near St Brelade’s and St Ouen has the best selection of laid-back fun and exciting opportunities such as surfing, beach volleyball and blo-karting. If you prefer being closer to the town, it’s never too busy or loud to be able to stay right in the centre of St Helier and have a relaxing break. One of the best things about Jersey is that nowhere is too far away!

As an island of 9 miles by 5 and with a great, reliable bus service, you don’t need to worry too much about being near the airport. Staying in St Helier is just as simple. However, if you have an early flight then the closest hotel to the airport is Hotel La Place which is a 3 star hotel in St Peter just 1.3km from the airport and a 5 minute taxi ride.  Alternatively, Les Ormes Resort offers more luxury accommodation, and is also only 1.3km from the airport.

Liberty Bus is almost always on time, with an app to track where your bus is and what time you can arrive at your destination. If you stay in St Helier, you’re right by the main bus station and therefore connected to the rest of the island.  Alternatively, bike hire is available in the town and St Aubin and is a great way to explore the beautiful countryside and scenery in the fresh Channel Island air.

Getting to Jersey from other Channel Islands, mainland UK and even France couldn’t be simpler. With a range of flights and ferries arriving on to the island every day, head to our travel section for more information.

With so much on offer, you’ll have a list of things to do when you visit the island of Jersey. The island caters for those looking for adventure with options such as coasteering and surf schools and also offers spas and gorgeously quiet historical sites for those looking for a relaxing time to recharge the batteries and spend some time away from it all.  Check out our ‘things to do’ page for more details to help you plan your island break.