The Atlantic Hotel

Standing on the headland above the five-mile beach at St Ouen’s Bay, this luxury hotel has ‘lovely’ views over the Atlantic ocean and Les Mielles, a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty. It has been owned and managed by the Burke family since it was built in 1970 by Henry Burke. With his son, Patrick, now at the helm, service is ‘exemplary’, a guest said this year. Decorated in ‘understated’ colours, bedrooms, all with a marble bathroom, are ‘exquisitely made up’; they have fresh fruit, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and a daily newspaper. Full-length, sliding windows overlook the water or the adjoining golf course. ‘Although some rooms lack a proper balcony, the views over the landscaped gardens towards the extensive beach are spectacular.’ In the elegant Ocean restaurant, chef Mark Jordan has a Michelin star for his modern British cooking: he prioritises local ingredients in dishes such as ravioli of Jersey chancre crab, potato and mussel broth; Jersey red mullet, seared foie gras, lentils, lobster velouté. ‘We were very impressed.’ (Kevin Seymour, JR)

  • Four of us stayed. We all thought this is what a good hotel should be - just about perfect for a restful break. It is wonderfully maintained and spotless. Bedrooms are smallish but beautifully appointed and very comfortable. Lounge and library so cosy. Ocean restaurant is quite wonderful - great menus and lovely service. The hotel's greatest asset is the staff - there when needed and cheerful, but also discreet when you don't need uss.

    Peter and Anne Davies, 05/09/2015

  • Exemplary service, breakfast overly formal, lovely views.

    Kevin Seymour, 26/10/2014

  • The building itself is impressive, as is the service, and we were particularly impressed by Mark Jordan’s food in the dining room in the evening. Rooms are exquisitely made up, and although some lack a proper balcony, the views over landscaped gardens towards the extensive beach are spectacular, although like the hotel itself, everything seems understated, including the food.

    John Rowlands, 23/10/2014

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Local attractions

Jersey Zoo
Dedicated to preserving endangered species.
Jersey War Tunnels
Museum telling the story of the German occupation of Jersey in WWII.
Mont Orgueil Castle
Medieval exhibitions and falconry.

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Contact Details

The Atlantic Hotel

Le Mont de la Pulente ST BRELADE Jersey Channel Islands JE3 8HE


01534 744101

Further Information


50. Some on ground floor.


5 Feb--2 Jan.


lift, lounge, library, cocktail bar, restaurant, private dining room, fitness centre (swimming pool, sauna, mini-gym), free Wi-Fi, wedding facilities, 6-acre garden (tennis, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, 10 by 5 metres), unsuitable for di

Background music

in restaurant.


all ages welcomed (family rooms, ‘nursery menu’).


not allowed.

Credit cards

all major cards.


[2015] per room B&B from £120, D,B&B from £220. Set dinner £55, tasting menu £80, à la carte £65.