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The Royal Yacht
The Waterfront
St Helier
Jersey

JE3 3NF
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The Royal Yacht together with its four restaurants, three bars and beautiful Spa is situated on the waterfront of St. Helier, the trendy, cosmopolitan heart of Jersey, within easy reach of the bustling shops and golden beaches topped off with spectacular views.

Modern and elegant the Royal Yacht is a place to be seen, pampered and, most importantly, let your hair down. The Royal Yacht has only recently reopened (July 2007) having reinvented itself with a £35million extension and refurbishment. For either a short break or memorable holiday, The Royal Yacht is a perfect place to experience all that gems that Jersey has to offer.

The Royal Yacht has a diverse selection of places to indulge the senses with fine dining and delectable drinks. With a choice of three restaurants; Restaurant Sirocco, Café Zephyr and The Grill and variety of bars; The Drift, P.O.S.H Bar and The Cabin. The Spa is the embodiment of relaxation, a place to work out or be pampered with everything you could wish for.

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Price per Room:

Double: From £115
Suite: Penthouse from £650
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Name: Restaurant Sirocco / Café Zephyr / The Grill

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