Situated right on the beach in the centre of St Brelade's Bay, the most picturesque beach in Jersey. St Brelade's Bay has long been a Jersey treasure and once you gaze upon the open sandy beach you will know why the hotel is named the "Golden Sands". There's something quite magical about St Brelades bay with the historic 6th Century fisherman's chapel nestled at the western end, the tiny jetty and fishing boats, the boardwalk dotted with al fresco cafe's, restaurants and bars and the lovingly tended gardens.
Each room is decorated using an up to date contemporary style, and can be set up as either a super king-size double or twin. Each of the rooms offer ensuite facilities, satellite television, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer. Rooms are of a good quality and offer a good standard of accommodation for guests to enjoy.
The menu offers a wide choice of dishes to suit everyone. "Genuine Jersey" produce is a favourite on the menu, with a choice between the a la carte, set menu or the sizzling grill. Kids will also love the freedom to play in the supervised playroom while you sit back and enjoy your meal and the great views over St Brelade's Bay - now that's a family holiday in Jersey!
Set across 5 floors this white washed, chalet style hotel is beautifully set on the beach, yet only a short drive from the city centre of St Helier.
The lobby area is bright and airy with a seating area for guests.
The Golden Sands is a relaxed family friendly Jersey hotel which offers excellent views of one of the finest beaches in Jersey. This is truly the best hotel for families looking for a relaxing beach holiday or couples looking for a getaway. (05/08 KB)
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Beautiful location and hotel, although I think they have had new beds since last time we stopped as they were really hard this time. Only thing I could complain about though. The sea views rooms have an amazing panaramic view of the bay and being so close to the sea means you can sleep with the patio doors open and listed to the waves all night.