(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 701 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: 11/2016, JanDLondon wrote this review.
This is a truly lovely hotel with the best front of house staff - we felt they really could not do enough for us. The breakfast service is a bit erratic though. On the first day the breakfast took over 30 minutes to arrive but on the second day w… See more
This is a truly lovely hotel with the best front of house staff - we felt they really could not do enough for us. The breakfast service is a bit erratic though. On the first day the breakfast took over 30 minutes to arrive but on the second day we got it within five minutes. It wasn't just us - friends staying same time had same experience as us - maybe they were understaffed or something. Rooms and beds were lovely. I'd stay again. Collapse
Service par excellence
Stay Date: 11/2016, halfviking wrote this review.
Oh to be at the Atlantic - at any time of the year! . . . and we were! Even though it was the end of October / beginning of November, the weather was extremely pleasant and the hotel was every bit as welcoming as I remembered from previous visits. Ou… See more
Oh to be at the Atlantic - at any time of the year! . . . and we were! Even though it was the end of October / beginning of November, the weather was extremely pleasant and the hotel was every bit as welcoming as I remembered from previous visits. Our otherwise blissful holiday was marred by an unfortunate accident in which my wife sustained a bad knee injury which severely curtailed her mobility. However, the disappointment was much reduced by the caring and extremely efficient staff, the impeccable service and menus of the Ocean Restaurant and the associated restaurant Mark Jordan at the Beach. Our sincere thanks to all staff whom we encountered during our stay, we cannot praise you enough. Hence, I can thoroughly recommend these establishments to anyone who seeks service 'par excellence'. Collapse
well catered for
Stay Date: 11/2016, 3jellytot42 wrote this review.
Spent a lovely night in this lovely hotel. It is about ten minute drive from the airport. it is set in its own grounds you cant see it from any road and feels secluded. we had a golf view room which faced over the swimming pool with beautiful views. … See more
Spent a lovely night in this lovely hotel. It is about ten minute drive from the airport. it is set in its own grounds you cant see it from any road and feels secluded. we had a golf view room which faced over the swimming pool with beautiful views. The room itself was nice and catered for you with tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, slippers , dressing gowns and toiletries. From the moment we arrived the staff were attentive. Felt staff were quite formal and this was the nature of the hotel. We attended during the Eat Jersey event and dinner on the Saturday night was create by Michelin star chiefs and boy did we know it. The food was out of this world delicate, mouth watering and beautifully presented. The hotel foyer is beautiful with piano, fish and comfortable sitting or a more intimate bar area. thanks to everyone especially Andrew who took the time to talk to us and welcome us so warmly. Collapse
How did it ever get four stars?
Stay Date: 11/2016, Rodney_C667 wrote this review.
A review on trip advisor sets out some accurate facts about the odd design, poor views from some rooms, average room fittings, the fact that it is clean and tidy which it is, etc. That review remains very true. A four star hotel has better everythi… See more
A review on trip advisor sets out some accurate facts about the odd design, poor views from some rooms, average room fittings, the fact that it is clean and tidy which it is, etc. That review remains very true. A four star hotel has better everything than this hotel. The spa , indoor pool are a 4/10 , there are so many hotels these days that have fantastic spa facilities , here they consist if a small pool and a hot tub that is ancient and small, and that's all one gets. Not even 3 star. Sadly, there is no air con in bedrooms and we were so hot last night, the summers must be unbearable. We were offered a fan and a bucket of ice!!! Definitely not 4 star. All double beds are not doubles, they are singles pushed together , that is in all rooms. That can work but here does not as there is a hard ridge between the two beds which makes cuddling rather an uncomfortable challenge. We booked a weekend stay to enjoy the Michelin star Resturant and we told the hotel about the fact that we were arriving by 9.00am on Saturday and could we use their early room booking in facility as my wife has been poorly. Two days before we were to arrive the hotel called to say that we could not eat dinner at the Resturant on the Saturday as there was a food festival on and it had been fully booked for weeks! I called the hotel the day before we arrived to remind them we wanted to take occupation of our room early and that we would need breakfast. When we arrived on Saturday we were told breakfast was sold out. We also could not get into our room early and hence we killed time getting breakfast at a local cafe ( it was an amazing breakfast I have to say and much better then the breakfast in the hotel today) and then we drove around the island . We were told we could have our room soon after noon but when we got back at 12.40pm it was still not ready and we had to change in the toilets!! So, no room , no food and eventually a room with no air con and not a real double bed. The manager did later tell us we could dine on Saturday as there had been a cancellation. We were offered free food which was great. I told the manager I did not eat fish, he said I would be looked after. The fixed menu was a tasting menu , 8 courses. Sadly, that menu contained scallops, hake, mussels, squid and oysters - the only meat was duck pate and pigeon. The pigeon was cold and full of fatty sinew and I could not eat it. The butter for the bread was served rock solid from the freezer and could not be used and two of the cheeses on the cheese board ( of three cheeses were served from the fridge and were tasteless. The cheese served with breakfast this morning had been left out to rise to room temperature and was a fantastic Somerset Cheddar. This was amongst the worst food I have ever had at any hotel let alone a Micellin star establishment. When we left the hotel in our hire car today a member of staff driving way too fast and cutting a blind corner almost took us out. Our whole stay has been disorganised and not at all restful and full of miscommunications coupled with no air con and poor food and a hotel with faciltiesnot worthy of a 4 star rating this can only be summed up as a place not to visit Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, CJBRJB wrote this review.
We stayed in St Helier for 3 nights and then headed over here for two nights to indulge in some luxury and we were not disappointed. The hotel has a great location, we had a sea view room and enjoyed some great sunsets. Service is great as is the foo… See more
We stayed in St Helier for 3 nights and then headed over here for two nights to indulge in some luxury and we were not disappointed. The hotel has a great location, we had a sea view room and enjoyed some great sunsets. Service is great as is the food. They have an outdoor & indoor pool, we used the latter which was lovely and warm, we also used the jacuzzi & sauna. Unlike St Helier where we had used the buses to get around the island, here you are much more remote so if you were here more than a couple of nights you would probably need a car, there is a bus stop at the end of the hotel drive but the service is infrequent. We did catch the bus to L'Etacq and then walked back along the coast via Jersey Pearl & the military museum (approx 5 miles), we also walked to St Brelades bay and then along the coast to the Corbier lighthouse and back to the Hotel. Reception can advise you on a path that leads from the hotel down to the beach, whilst its very steep it is safer than walking round on the road. There is also a Randals pub on the coast road if you wanted a change of scene for lunch. On our last day our booked transfer failed to turn up and the gentleman on reception saved the day for us. He arranged a taxi and phoned the port, he went out of his way to help us and we made our ferry with minutes to spare, thank you so much for your help we are so grateful. His colleague was also very helpful earlier in the day when I had a problem with my mobile. The service is exceptional, both on reception and in the restaurant. Professional and friendly, if you want a treat stay here. Collapse
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