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Monterey Hotel
St. Saviour's Road
St Helier
Jersey

JE2 7LA

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The Monterey Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and excellent leisure and relaxation facilities, including a luxury indoor pool complex, with a steam room, spa bath and mini gym. The hotel also boasts a large outdoor swimming pool, excellent public lounge facilities, a popular restaurant, Gordiniís, and a comfortable licensed bar. The Monterey Hotel is a friendly and modern place to stay in St Helier. As well as excellent parking facilities and good access to the areaís main roads, the hotel is also directly on the islandís bus route network. Buses run regularly from the hotel to the very centre of the town.

The hotel has 73 en suite rooms, each with satellite TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Free wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel.
The hotel has seen continuous investment in its amenities over the years and is subject annually to a Quality Assured assessment by VisitBritainís hotel inspectors. The Monterey Hotel has been awarded a 3-star grading.

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