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Hotels in St Helier

Hotel Savoy
Rouge Bouillon
St Helier
Jersey

JE2 3ZA

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Originally a 19th-century manor house, this stylish boutique hotel has a jazz bar and decked terrace, swimming pool, modern gym with free weights, an award-winning restaurant and beautiful bedrooms. The Savoy offers great value with free Wi-Fi, and a PC for guest internet use. Guests have free access to the aerobic gym, with the latest ‘Life Fitness’ equipment. The Savoy also has Roberto’s Jazz Bar, serving lunch and drinks. Opening out onto a decked area, there is live jazz music every Friday.

Only a few minutes’ walk from St. Helier town centre, the Hotel Savoy is also within a short drive of many Jersey attractions. An impressive Jersey hotel with its own grounds, the Savoy is a popular choice for many British and European travellers to the capital of Jersey, St Helier. Having been converted from a mansion to a modern, highly respected Jersey hotel, the Savoy features granite, marble, leather and antique wood.
With full Visit Britain (AA) 4-star status, the hotel has a uniquely smart and friendly approach to Jersey accommodation.

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