Jersey, Channel Islands
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The deluxe Golden Sands Hotel is located right in the heart of St Brelade’s Bay, on one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It's an ideal place for those looking for a short break, a romantic escape, or a family holiday. Rooms are comfortable and convenient, with modern amenities like flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and more. Staff at the Golden Sands Hotel are able to organise a variety of water sports, or point you in the right direction to hike to the Corbiere Lighthouse, for a real opportunity to take in the beauty of Jersey.
Offering a traditional English breakfast, continental selection, and fresh fruits, the hotel’s restaurant provides ample choice for breakfast as well as an extensive á la carte menu full of fresh local seafood for both lunch and dinner. Additionally, the café bar at the Golden Sands Hotel is a great laidback choice when you want a drink or light bite throughout the day. For your day on the beach, the hotel offers several amenities you can hire like sun loungers, parasols, fishing nets, and even buckets and spades for children – or even your inner-child.
The largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey’s natural beauty and unspoiled landscape, partnered with its world-class attractions, offers visitors a fascinating array of things to do. Feel the sand between your toes and the fresh sea breeze in your hair on Jersey’s beautiful beaches, take in the island’s lush, green landscape, or visit some of the best known landmarks, castles and museums as you travel around the island. From the top of the medieval castle of Mont Orgueil on the eastern coast, you can gaze out across the Gulf of St Malo and the small islands that sit near the French coast. Other marks of history are also visible throughout the island, from the Neolithic La Hougue Bie, which is counted as one of ten oldest buildings in the world, to Elizabeth Castle guarding the bay around St Helier. Visit the War Tunnels for a glimpse of life on the island during the Second World War. For a comprehensive coverage of the island’s history, head to the Jersey Museum & Art Gallery found in the heart of St Helier.