(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 757 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
Stay Date: 08/2017, PB40 wrote this review.
It is clear from previous reviews that the Atlantic has been going through something of a hiatus over recent months so, for any future reader, things may well have changed again. My wife and stayed here for one week in August 2017. In summary this … See more
It is clear from previous reviews that the Atlantic has been going through something of a hiatus over recent months so, for any future reader, things may well have changed again. My wife and stayed here for one week in August 2017. In summary this is a good hotel but with lots of unexploited potential. Reception was faultless – from the initial greeting right the way through the check in process and introduction to our room. Rooms are relatively comfortable but fail to match the expectation of an “upscale hotel”. As indicated by many others, rooms are subject to considerable heat build up – in the absence of air conditioning the fans provided in each room are essential. The weather during our stay was not great – 18 degrees at most and quite windy for much of the time – we kept the doors open throughout our stay! Otherwise a basic, comfortable set up with the usual trimmings such as robes and slippers, kettle etc for hot drinks and fresh milk. Average 4 star quality rather than luxury! Public areas are functional and comfortable. Tables and seating on the terrace are good – sunbeds by the pool are OK. (We did not experience the excessive demands experienced by some reviewers.) Pool and terrace service was a little up and down – on the first day we were approached for a drinks order within seconds and on other days we had to hunt down a waiter. According to the hotel website - the “dining experience at The Atlantic Hotel is considered exceptional, even by Jersey’s high standards”. What a disappointment! We did not recognise it as the place that has received wonderful reviews from earlier guests. The words we would use to describe our experience would be over-rated and over-priced – completely lacking any kind of “wow factor” that we expect from a Michelin starred restaurant. On the night we ate in Oceans we were offered a table d’hote menu with a very limited range of options – perhaps they offer a La carte and tasting menus on other days but certainly not on a Tuesday night. We decided there and then to eat out for the remainder of our stay – Jersey is a wonderful place to experience fine food and we were not disappointed elsewhere. Breakfast service. There is a fine line between relaxed and appallingly slow – a 30 minute wait for coffee to arrive crosses that line and the typical delay of 15 minutes plus between seating and taking an order for a cooked breakfast comes very close. The food itself was good – no quibbles– but to run out of fresh bread (as they did twice during our stay) is unforgivable! (One word to the staff – if you go off to the kitchen to find out if there is more bread your guests will be much happier to be told, with an apology, that there is not than to fail to get any feedback at all twice in the same sitting.) What made this worse was that on the first day the bread ran out they topped up the bread basket with additional pastries but these were all burnt and inedible. Maybe it was chef’s day off? To sum up – the Atlantic is in a beautiful location and has lovely grounds but they need to focus more on what the customer expects and deliver the quality in every aspect of their product – not leave it at reception. Collapse
A birthday tea to remember!
Stay Date: 08/2017, Monica B wrote this review.
We were on a short break to Jersey celebrate a big birthday. Decided to book for high tea at the Atlantic. So glad we did. What a spread! The cakes were sublime. We sat outside by the pool and I am so sorry we never got our waiters name. He was the e… See more
We were on a short break to Jersey celebrate a big birthday. Decided to book for high tea at the Atlantic. So glad we did. What a spread! The cakes were sublime. We sat outside by the pool and I am so sorry we never got our waiters name. He was the epitome of gracious hosting! Thank you. Nothing was too much trouble and we had an afternoon tea to remember, with a few very special extra touches... Collapse
Past it's best
Stay Date: 07/2017, carol g wrote this review.
We stayed for 5 nights. The room at first looked lovely, but was far too hot, and this was during a period of poor weather, cold and rainy. No window to open, luckily we were on the 2nd floor, so could leave the door of our tiny balcony open. No air … See more
We stayed for 5 nights. The room at first looked lovely, but was far too hot, and this was during a period of poor weather, cold and rainy. No window to open, luckily we were on the 2nd floor, so could leave the door of our tiny balcony open. No air con. Our welcome was very good, but apart from that, the staff were not helpful or proactive when enquiring about buses, the staff member just opened the bus timetable, and tried to give us the Sunday times- midweek.! Breakfast, the bread was very poor quality hot food sliced, and not once in the 5 days was our order correct. I also noticed other guests had similar problems. The pool was small and too warm, The gym was advertised as small- it was minuscule! In the blurb about the hotel it said 5 minutes from the beach. What it neglected to say was down a very steep hill, lots of blind bends, and no pavement. The alternative was down some steep steps, with no handrail. The reverse had to be tackled to come back up. Very little around if you did not want to eat in the hotel. One of the reasons we had stayed was to eat in the Michelin star restaurant- don't bother. Poor staff attention, a useless wine waiter, and just ok meal. A very disappointing stay Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, Nicola H wrote this review.
My mother and I have just returned from a much needed long weekend break. The hotel is lovely but it's remote and due to the layout it lacks atmosphere. Our room was lovely ( fabulous sea view) although the bathroom needs updating and our safe didn't… See more
My mother and I have just returned from a much needed long weekend break. The hotel is lovely but it's remote and due to the layout it lacks atmosphere. Our room was lovely ( fabulous sea view) although the bathroom needs updating and our safe didn't work and two bulbs where out in the bathroom throughout our stay. Now onto the service, depending on which staff were on duty in the lounge, would determine how long you had to wait, if you received a full set of cutlery, crockery, table cloth, biscuits with your tea, nibbles with your drinks or even if you were even acknowledged. On one occasion the only waiter working stood chatting to a table of guests for 15 minutes while 3 other tables including us waited to be offered a simple drink. One couple waited 40 minutes! At one point a waiter asked a guest what's £175.00 split into 5 and it wasn't even their bill!! Now onto breakfast, what a shame! The lady in charged looked scary. We didn't see her smile once. All the staff were missable, totally disorganised and uninterested. We had to ask for basic items over and over again, dirty plates were not taken away, tables not laid properly, ordereds came up wrong or were taken to the wrong tables and my memory of breakfast is of all the guests constantly trying to get someone's attention. As we didn't want to experience the same service at night we decided not to try the restaurant. However, we did speak to a few other guests who said that the food was very good but there was only a choice of 3 starters and 3 mains and the service was passable! At £60pp set menu this is not acceptable! It's such a shame to have to say that due to the service we will not be returning, it's far to inconsistent and not at all what you would expect from a 5 star hotel! Get your act together Basil! Collapse
Great Hotel, lovely pool !
Stay Date: 06/2017, Andrew S wrote this review.
We stayed here for 3 nights in June, a lovely hotel in a great location with a very nice pool which was a bonus. The staff were very friendly and helpful and we were lucky with good weather so we were able to enjoy sitting outside in the very pleasa… See more
We stayed here for 3 nights in June, a lovely hotel in a great location with a very nice pool which was a bonus. The staff were very friendly and helpful and we were lucky with good weather so we were able to enjoy sitting outside in the very pleasant grounds of the hotel and by the pool. Amazing cocktails and we did have dinner at the hotel one night which was very good ! Breakfast was also extremely good with good quality food. We hired a car for our stay and parking at the hotel was no problem. Would definitely recommend and stay again although the chain has two other hotels on the Island which we would also like to try. Collapse
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