(St Brelade (Jersey))
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One of Jersey's finest luxury hotels which combines breathtaking ocean views with a Michelin-starred restaurant, The Atlantic Hotel is situated on one of the most stunning sites in the Channel Islands.
In longstanding family ownership and this year celebrating its 42nd anniversary, this world class small luxury hotel is set in extensive grounds adjoining La Moye golf course and enjoys dramatic views over St Ouen's Bay - a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty.
Guestrooms at The Atlantic Hotel are decorated in elegant understated colours, with opulent marble bathrooms. Light oak and satin-polished chrome add stylish touches, while full height windows and balconies offer great views of the Atlantic Ocean and La Moye Golf Course.
The Atlantic has been much in the news recently having been chosen as the ultimate reward on the BBC's The Apprentice, when the winning team was flown to Jersey by private jet to spend the day as our guests.
As one of the top hotels in the British Isles and a proud member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the combination of timeless elegance and secluded location makes The Atlantic Hotel the perfect Channel Islands hideaway on an island rich in culture, heritage and natural beauty.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 50
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Tennis Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
To view our full selection of accommodation in St Brelade's Bay, view our hotels in St Brelade's Bay page.
SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 750 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Jersey a holiday to remember.
Stay Date: 12/08/2015, a customer aged 65+ who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
From leaving home our plans slotted together perfectly - car park at the airport, flights, car hire and accommodation were all spot on. The hotel was superb with all the facilities available and the staff were excellent - nothing was too much trouble… See more
From leaving home our plans slotted together perfectly - car park at the airport, flights, car hire and accommodation were all spot on. The hotel was superb with all the facilities available and the staff were excellent - nothing was too much trouble and they were always friendly and smiling. The room was first class we were very satisfied. While dining at the hotel, apart from a very good breakfast, we found the dinner menu not to our taste small portions due to it having a Michelin Chef and very highly priced. Although what you got was excellently prepared and served. I would recommend the hotel all in all as it was a very good experience. I would recommend hiring a car to get around and go at this time of the year to see the battle of the flowers it is something not to miss if you like carnival atmosphere and parades. Their are plenty of things to visit and some lovely cliffs and beaches. It was for us a holiday to remember. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Durrell Zoo: 4 out of 5
- Battle of the Flowers: 5 out of 5
- Steam & Motor Museum: 5 out of 5
- Boat House: 4 out of 5
- Tenby: 4 out of 5
Nice stay but too short
Stay Date: 07/2017, PHCU wrote this review.
This hotel is situated close to a golf course and at approx 40 meters above sealevel we could Enjoy beautiful views to the sea .The room was Well appointed with views of the garden and the sea. The Michelin star restaurant offered a Well balanced men… See more
This hotel is situated close to a golf course and at approx 40 meters above sealevel we could Enjoy beautiful views to the sea .The room was Well appointed with views of the garden and the sea. The Michelin star restaurant offered a Well balanced menu. The winkelier was of very high standard but unfortunately no Spanish wines on the list.Service was impeccable. Very good total impression. Collapse
So Nearly Perfect!
Stay Date: 07/2017, fraser b wrote this review.
We arrived after spending four nights in v nice hotels across the island to be welcomed by staff and The General Manager Nick who was excellent .The hotel surroundings and decor is definitely 5star .We had a light lunch which was excellent on the pat… See more
We arrived after spending four nights in v nice hotels across the island to be welcomed by staff and The General Manager Nick who was excellent .The hotel surroundings and decor is definitely 5star .We had a light lunch which was excellent on the patio overlooking the pool then got into sunbathing attire to find our first disappointment a shortage of sunloungers around the pool ! We went back to the room to change for dinner and found it to be unbearably hot with it facing south .Going down to Dinner we left the patio door open hoping it would cool down unfortunatley on our return it was still v hot ,we found a fan in the wardrobe but didnt help much and had a very uncomftable night getting insect bites also because we had to have the patio door open .I must say Dinner was beautiful the wine waiter and staff faultless .We thought we had found ourJersey paradise but will unfortunatley not be back untill Ocean View rooms have airconditioning which you would expect on a hotel of this standard Collapse
Good but a bit down from it's previous excellence.
Stay Date: 06/2017, Beady i wrote this review.
My wife and I have stayed at this lovely hotel on a few occasions and we will do so again but the owner and top managers need to quickly get to grips with a few issues in my opinion. Let me firstly say that the staff are the most courteous and helpf… See more
My wife and I have stayed at this lovely hotel on a few occasions and we will do so again but the owner and top managers need to quickly get to grips with a few issues in my opinion. Let me firstly say that the staff are the most courteous and helpful you will find anywhere, they really are top notch and the Scottish guy on their management team is a really first class chap, if I was the owner this lad would be running the places would suggest they realise what a superb operator he is and that they don't lose him elsewhere because people of his quality are rare. The loss of Martino the restaurant manager and Darren his assistant cannot be understated. The restaurant has lost direction and focus,Martino and Darren had an eye for detail and spotted a problem before it arose, now everything is reactive rather than proactive. Items are missed off the table when tables are laid for example and whoever is supposed to be in charge now ( invisible ) does not have the personality to command the room, the staff in there are courteous as always but lack focus, on a few occasions I had to ask three times to get a certain item because they were not focussed. I was not alone in thinking that the addition of the toasters to cook your own toast was a real downer for a hotel of this supposed standard commanding such a Tarif,it felt more like 1 star Benidorm accommodation as we queued by the toaster like refugees. To then put one tiny lump of butter on each breakfast table was also pretty naff and meant constantly having to ask waiters for more, usually they had to be reminded. The choice off the breakfast bar had also been massively reduced this year, again,dissapointing for many people. Your restaurant is in crisis and decline Atlantic.......you should beg Darren at the very least to return, it needs a true pro with gravitas such as him to command the place. The other area that had slipped was housekeeping. I gather the old housekeeper has moved on.....that again is a real loss. Rooms were still tidy and clean but replacement of toilet rolls,towells and re stocking of the fruit bowl and the fridge were haphazard at bestrew had to make four or five visits downstairs to ask for milk etc.......not good enough really. Again this has come down to a lack of focus and professionalism,it's an area you need to address quickly. The reception relaxation space felt pretty dead as well and was much improved with the pianist playing on the one evenings think it's an area to be looked at as any decent music or musician playing in that area creates more atmosphere. All of this being said we still had a nice week regardless of patchy weather, the weather and hotel performance seemed to match to be honest with you. We will return to the Atlantic again but not unconditionally at these prices, they do need to "up their game" to get continued support. I would suggest the following, The owner needs to spend more time on site evaluating rather than delegating. The General Manager needs to be someone with real focus and drive and an ability to speak with the customers ( I still have no idea who he is!!? ) The Scottish lad I mentioned earlier has all the attributes needed to fulfil that roll so I hope at some point he gets the top job. The restaurant needs Darren back or someone of equal stature. Housekeeping needs a good old fashioned matronly type keeping her Beady Eye out on proceedings. Your still a very good hotel Atlantic but you've just dropped off 5% and need to find your mojo again. My thanks to the staff in general though, regardless of any of my perceived faults you are the nicest bunch of people and your friendliness does you great credit and makes the Atlantic a lovely place to spend time. Collapse
Excellent ,unstuffy,hotel with a Michelin star.
Stay Date: 05/2017, DrMDerbyshire wrote this review.
All the staff were excellent, nothing was too much trouble.The food was wonderful, especially the sweets, which were to die for! Rooms were comfortable,but the only problem was the lack of air conditioning in the sea facing rooms,which after a day of… See more
All the staff were excellent, nothing was too much trouble.The food was wonderful, especially the sweets, which were to die for! Rooms were comfortable,but the only problem was the lack of air conditioning in the sea facing rooms,which after a day of blazing sun, were like a furnace. However , overall a fabulous break. Collapse
High quality in every area
Stay Date: 10/2016, Zatoichi H wrote this review.
I stayed at the hotel with my family for five days and it was a wonderful experience from beginning to end. They take customer service to the heart of what they do here and work hard to help and make your stay enjoyable. The food is always very good… See more
I stayed at the hotel with my family for five days and it was a wonderful experience from beginning to end. They take customer service to the heart of what they do here and work hard to help and make your stay enjoyable. The food is always very good and we didn't have a bad meal here but it's the service which pushes it to exceptional. Fresh fruit replaced daily in your room and champagne when you arrive are just the icing on the cake to the whole experience. A special mention must be made to your head waiter who not only exemplifies quality and finesse but, in combination with a hard working team and Michellin Star chef, ensure you have a dining treat ahead if you've booked here. I've stayed everywhere from £25 per night B&B to £1000 Hotels and this is in my top five hotels and top five places to eat breakfast. You can turn the breakfast here into a 3 to five course meal which will last you until late in the day and power your family all across the island. Feel free to book with the surety that only if you're very picky will you find something wrong with this establishment. Be warned you may see wealthy and famous people staying here because it's that sort of refined place you'd expect them to stay or eat at. My Ocean View room was just at the right temperature but the weather wasn't overly hot at the time so I can't comment on the rooms at the height of summer but I would say that the ventilation was excellent whether I wanted it hotter or colder. Collapse
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