With five hotels perfectly placed for exploring on coastal top walks, basking in sunset views over the ocean and enjoying the freshest of seafood delicacies, isn't it time to book a break by the seaside?
L'Horizon Beach Hotel & Spa
St Brelade's Bay, Jersey
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa
St Helier, Jersey
St Pierre Park Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort
St Peter Port, Guernsey
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.
Grand Jersey Hotel & Spa 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.
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. The hotel is the ideal base for exploring the wonderful island of Guernsey.
Fermain Valley is an established resort hotel in Guernsey's St Peter Port, with 49 bedrooms - including four stunning treehouse suites - a spa, a swimming pool and a private cinema. The hotel has three popular restaurants; The Rock Garden Steakhouse, Ocean Greek Eats and Mexican restaurant Buho, as well as a much-loved tea room with breath-taking sea views from its elevated position overlooking the bay.
Its beautiful clifftop position affords incredible views of the neighbouring Channel Islands, and a free shuttle bus service offers the ultimate convenience. Luxury and comfort go hand in hand here, where you can sample relaxed coastal living at its best.
Braye Beach Hotel in Alderney is the only 4-star hotel on the island, offering 27 bedrooms and a selection of restaurants and bars including beachside terraces and a contemporary new cocktail bar.
The Hotel is literally situated directly on Braye Beach - one of the best bays on the island. You can sit on the terrace and drop a pebble in the sand, meaning the views from the restaurant, bar and bedrooms are hard to beat. Grab a glass of wine, pick a spot and watch the beauty of nature on your doorstep.
Although Alderney is small (just 3.5 miles long and 1.5 miles at its widest point) there are over 50 miles of lanes and country paths alongside beautiful beaches with pristine sands, making it an ideal place for walking and exploring.