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Hotels in St Brelade

Hotel L'Horizon
St Brelade
Jersey

JE3 8EF
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One of the premier hotels in the Channel Islands, L’Horizon nestles in the centre of the stunning St Brelade’s Bay, its magnificent south-facing location ensures that it has one of the best beachside positions on the island.

The hotel’s two outstanding restaurants – The Grill, with two AA Rosettes, for fine dining, or the newly opened contemporary-style brasserie – both offer excellent cuisine and fine wines.

This year, L’Horizon has undergone a major investment programme, including the exquisite refurbishment of the sea-facing bedrooms and the creation of a luxury new leisure club with superb facilities including a large heated indoor pool, spa, sauna, male and female steam rooms and a mini gymnasium. Jersey enjoys a wealth of engrossing places of interest. From championship golf courses, horse riding and tennis to historical castles, vineyards and golden beaches, there are plenty of leisure pursuits and activities for everyone.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Red Star
Number of Rooms: 107
Number Ensuite: 107
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Restaurant

Name: The Restaurant
Cuisine: Contemporary/European
Chef: Peter Fleming
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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