Hand Picked Hotels boasts five resort hotels in the Channel Islands, perfect for weekend breaks away. The Channel Islands are close to home but a world away with white sandy beaches and crystal clear water combined with intriguing history.
Our five hotels in the Channel Islands are based in Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney. Each hotel makes a fantastic base for exploring the Islands, or simply relaxing and taking in the scenery.
Hotels in Jersey
Set in a beautiful location, L’Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa on St Brelade's Bay is Jersey's busiest resort beach with its tiny jetty and seaside parish church at the western end. There is soft, golden sand along the entire length of the beach and with a signature spa, L’Horizon is the perfect place to stop and relax.
Next out of our hotels in the Channel Islands is Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa which overlooks the captivating St Aubin’s Bay in St Helier. St Aubin's Bay covers the central part of Jersey's south coast and has a long sweep of unbroken sandy beach from St Helier Harbour to St Aubin's Harbour.
There is so much to discover in Jersey whether you are looking for adventure, culture, days out with the kids or sight seeing. Find out more here.
Hotels in Guernsey
In Guernsey, St Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort is located just one mile from St Peter Port. The hotel also offers a variety of dining options, top spa treatments and one of only three golf courses on the island.
Also close to St Peter Port is The Fermain Valley Hotel, situated along a quiet leafy lane. This hotel boasts spectacular views out over the Fermain Valley from its cliff top position.
Both hotels are the ideal base for exploring the wonderful island of Guernsey. Find out more about things to do in Guernsey here.
The Island of Alderney
Alderney is one of the smaller Channel Island with a rugged and beautiful landscape. Here you will find Braye Beach Hotel, situated directly on Braye Beach. The view from the restaurant, bar and bedrooms is spectacular.
Hand Picked Magazine
Our first ever lifestyle magazine is out now. This issue focuses on The Channel Islands and features exclusive articles such as Wildlife Wonders with Ben Fogle and Stargazing with Jon Culshaw.