Good Hotel Guide Review
It’s all about the seaside at this luxury hotel designed to resemble a 1930s ocean liner, where readers this year had a ‘wonderful, relaxing stay’. On a headland overlooking St Ouen’s Bay, with landscaped gardens and outdoor pool, it has full-height windows to show off the view, contemporary artwork drawing inspiration from sea and sand, and a restaurant serving sublime seafood. Those bedrooms without a sea view overlook the golf course, and all rooms have a marble bathroom, 24-hour room service, fresh fruit and a daily newspaper. A ground-floor Executive Suite had a minibar fridge with Jersey milk, good tea but instant coffee. The kitchen is the bailiwick of executive chef Will Holland. In the Ocean restaurant, ‘tasty amuse-bouche’, scallops and John Dory were ‘top drawer’. Both the tasting menu and tasting room proved less of a hit, though Jersey potato with Winchester cheese and onion ash was rated highly. Breakfast in bed brought ‘proper fresh orange juice’ and bacon in a ‘wonderful’ sourdough roll. A happy ship, then, ‘with some great staff, lovely views and tasty food’. (Kevin and Victoria Seymour)
Le Mont de la Pulente
50. Some on ground floor.
all year except 4 weeks Jan–Feb.
lift, lounge, library, cocktail bar, restaurant, private dining room, fitness centre, in-room TV (Sky), civil wedding licence, 10-acre garden (tennis, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, 10 by 5 metres), public rooms wheelchair accessible, no adapted toilet.
in restaurant, lounge and cocktail bar in evenings.
all ages welcomed.
guide dogs only.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B single £130–£450, double £150–£460. Market menu £55, à la carte £65.
Free Dinner Offer
Enjoy a complimentary dinner in the Ocean Restaurant when staying at The Atlantic Hotel on their Free Dinner Offer. This offer also includes a group B hire car and is available for either three, four, five or seven nights at various periods throughout the year. To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.