Jersey, Channel Islands
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16°C / 61°F
An Art Deco-styled, bright white building that evokes the grandeur of the roaring 1920s and 30s, the Atlantic Hotel lets you experience everything that makes Jersey a fascinating holiday destination. From the spectacular views of the white-sand beach to its modern features, such as the spa centre with indoor pool and sauna, this is a hotel that will sweep you off your feet and let you fall head over heels in love with the beauty that surrounds you. The Atlantic Hotel boasts the Michelin-starred Ocean Restaurant as its incredible dining environment. Serving amazing local cuisine using only the finest produce from Jersey, it’s a real treat. The warmer climate of the island allows you to soak up the sun by the outdoor swimming pool, at the tennis court as you practice your serve, or at the beach, where numerous water sports are available. The rugged coastline provides a great backdrop for a romantic stroll amidst Jersey’s green land. The hotel borders on the La Moye Golf Course, which is the perfect place to tee off and improve your handicap.
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.