Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Jersey
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Day 1 Jersey, Channel Islands We arrive in Jersey to an island that has an interesting history of invasion from the Vikings, French and English. Today street signs are in both French and English and many of the locals speak both languages. Jersey is home to Mark's maternal ancestors for some 500 years. We do a bit of digging around and come across …
The Cirrus conference had sessions that lasted until lunchtime. So while Amy and Bryan attended those, Kelly did some wandering around the area. We had initially thought - island, beach, lay out in the sun... but it wasn't that kind of island. In the afternoon we all went wandering around town and went shopping. Kelly and Amy got some pretty …
So thats it then.
Had my last 2 hours of work at the Info Centre today. I'm officially free of that place and in a strange way I will miss it! Definately not the tourists who test my patience daily, mainly the team of people I worked with there.
However, only under desperate circumstances can I see myself heading back there next summer.
Had my last tennis club ...
... itīs a great little island, and we went back this year. With some trepidation, I have to say, could we spend another six days there and not be bored? Neednīt have worried, and weīll go back. Especially as our hotel was so nice. Last year we went to the Atlantic, which was in a good location but not a great hotel, so this year we tried Eulah Country House , halfway between St helier and St ...
... shop near Methodist Church. Another 20 minute walk - nothing dong. Bought a bloody copper washer and used that instead.. gave up and had a pub lunch. Back to the hotel at14:30 pick up car and head to ferry terminal. Loaded by 16:00 and on the way to Poole by 17:00. Arrived 21:30 and checked in at Hotel du Vin. Bar snack and off to bed. Dawnie had a good crossing this ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Waterfront Hotel, Jersey St. Helier
This hotel is an impressive new property in Jersey, where we spent a 2-night stay at New Year 2007. To be honest, I would probably not have considered staying at the Radisson at all, as I imagined an exhorbitant rate, but we were lucky enough to research a great deal with our flights through Expedia.
We have just returned from Jersey where we stayed at the Radisson SAS Waterfront Hotel.
This was our first visit to Jersey and were aware that this hotel was more focused towards the business traveller. Yes, the hotel hasa minimalist feel to it; almost clinical as mentioned by a previous reviewer, but this in no way detracts from the many positives this hotel offers.
I visit Jersey 2-3 times a year on business. Having previously stayed the the old De Vere Grand, and more recently at the Pomme D'Or, I decided to try the new Radisson, which had only been open two weeks when I stayed.
Stayed for one night on 8th November, and loved the place. The room (a standard room) was fantastic - stylish decent furniture and a great feeling of space - not just floor space but a high ceiling as well. Had all the bits and pieces you'd expect from a decent hotel room, including a well-stocked mini bar. I ordered room service and my meal arrived in under 20 minutes, cooked perfectly and hot!