The Club Hotel & Spa

Green Street, St. Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE2 4UH, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Green Street, St. Helier, is near Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, The Living Legend Village, St. Helier Beach, and Jersey Coach Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Club Hotel & Spa St. Helier

    Great hotel and spa


    If you want to get away for a weekend we would highly recommend the club hotel we went for 3 nights having read a review in the independent and had a geat time.

    spent a whole day in the spa which has to be one of the best spas we've used, the adventure shower is a must! The restaurant bohemia has a micehlin star and we went for the tasting menu which is fantstic. only advice would be book a table when you book a room as we only got a table on friday not saturady as we had hoped.

    Fantastic attentiont to detail and customer service!


    I was looking for a quick getaway for my birthday - somewhere close and convenient to Yorkshire, there and back in two days and only one night (but I wanted it to be memorable)! Found this gorgeous hotel on the Internet and booked online, rates reduced to 155 for one night for the room and continental breakfast. Sis and I arrived early - around 9am and were greeted by complimentary Champagne, hand luggage taken majestically to our rooms which were ready despite us being quite happy to wait until later in the day. The spa treatments had also been booked over the net, and did not disappoint - I had the lovely Fiona treat me to a great Signature Mud Wrap, and then a manicure for my big night out. My sister had a different but similarly muddy wrap and we both enjoyed all the spa facilities, the relaxation lounge, herbal teas, music, shower experiences and the steam and salt cabins and indoor pool. The hotel lists itself as a boutique town hotel so I guess its acceptable to have things on a not too large scale, - the bars and public rooms are intimate,cosy and classy and have fabulous attention to detail - check out the art work and the door handles! There are books in the Library/Honesty Bar which is a lovely idea - we took advantage of this when we arrived back late from a brilliant steak house where I had a totally different time (not as sedate anyway! :-)) and the staff had retired... the bar had all we needed for a little nightcap. The staff were simply marvellous although you could say obsequious at times ( I dont feel comfortable about them being my servant, and sometimes this was how they seemed to respond to me!) But so kind and considerate and accommodating - when we returned from a hard days shopping we had about an hour to wait up for our taxi back to the airport during this time we had our shoes off, feet up on the footstools and a couple of staff recommending some lovely herbal tisanes for me as I was feeling worn out (also hungover!).

    I felt very well looked after - our Breakfast was lovely and even without the traditional hot English it was really tasty and enough - I had my pastry warmed for me how decadent is that! Perhaps having been used to less or being disappointed in other places during my many travels, this was supremely different. The Hotel Manager sent up some champagne Truffles and a hand written card - these touches are just lovely and my face ached from smiling! Which is just as it should be when you escape for a couple of days. The island is also delightful and I heartily recommend La Taverna Restaurant in York Street for their loving and lush attention to detail with food, good voices for the Happy Birthday song and marvellous steak!

    Sorry to harp on - can you tell I loved it?Please go and find out for yourself, they have some great spa breaks available at excellent discounts.

    Pricey but very high quality


    Remarkably relaxing. In some hotels I feel conspicuous and in the way: here the opposite. Hugely welcoming and charming staff - lots of them. Beautiful minimalist high quality modern room and bathroom. Terrifically comfortable beds and bedding. Included continental buffet breakfast was memorably great, especially the best mueslli (!) I've ever tasted and perfect squeezed orange juice. The superb Bohemia bar/restaurant is smaller than I expected, maybe twenty covers. During the day I watched the rugby & had a beer, served with great free nuts and olives. I felt very at home. In the evening we went for one of the best though most expensive meals I've ever eaten. The spa area is small, but stylish and beautifully clean. My wife was delighted by her two massages, though my one was a bit disappointing. Very competent but coldly and distantly delivered.

    So if you don't mind the price do go. It's lovely!

    Fabulous Spa


    My boyfriend took me for a weekend break in Jersey staying at the Club Hotel. Great suite with the best bed that you just sink into. Used the double room in the spa, whcih was great for a treatment together and lots of bonuses like the experience shower. Great dinner in the restaurant, Bohemia. The relaxed atomspehere made our break so relaxing and the spa was outstanding. Loved Jersey and all in all, very romantic.

    Fantastic Long Weekend


    We stay here on the recomendation from a friend who works alot in Jersey and had been here on buissness. We had been planning a weekend away and when she told us about this great little hotel in Jersey and we thought why not as we have never been to Jersey.

    As always you wonder what to expect but we had a great time and the hotel is with out doubt a great place for a short break. The spa is amazing the treatments with seaweed from the local waters are bliss.

    Dinner in Bohemia was a treat the staff where great and the food devine. if you want a quiet night don't book friday night as we did but if you want atmosphere friday is great with the bar full and restaurnat packed (book early we only got a table through a cancellation!)

    The location is just on the edge of the main shopping area so very handy for a shopping trip and hire a car to vist the rest of the island.

    I think we'll go back in the new year and book more treatments next time, and we never made it all the the way round the island.

    Not up to expectations


    Having stayed at this hotel when it was the Beaufort, a three star hotel, we really expected to see a difference. On arrival at the Club hotel and spa, not much had changed. You still had to go round the back of this hotel to get to the main entrance, past the usual delivery vans and dustbins. { NOT what you expect. !!! }

    Hardly anyone seemed to be staying their, although we were not surprised because work was still in progress. We stayed for a week, and all that time work men were in and out of the bedrooms including ours.

    The continental breakfast was rubbish, we have had better in a three star. We ate two evening meals in the hotel restruant, and on the first night we could hear someone complaining about the food. Little did I expect that mind would be rubbish too, but it was.

    Having complained quietly about a meal I couldn't eat, I was charged for it.

    I think that says it all.

    When we paid the bill at the end of our weeks stay, we were expected to add a tip. { No chance }

    This hotel pretends to be a five star, and we will not stay their again.

    A Great Modern Hotel in Jersey


    The Club Hotel and Spa is a small, very comtemporary hotel with great facilities and very friendly and welcoming staff.

    From the exterior it's actually very easy to miss, with the entrance loacated off the street, at the back of the Bohemia restaurant. The hotel was very new, so maybe some more signage is going up to help identify it, although it wouldn't surprise me if they stick with the understated approach.

    The welcome from the keen, young staff was a warm one, they showed us around, offered welcome drinks of champagne and took us to the room. The modern interior is bright and has just the right number of little touches to remind you that this is a luxury hotel. The rooms themselves have good standard facilities, some extra modern touches like the LCD TV and B&O telephone but are definitely on the small side. It's a similar story in the bathroom, it's all very nice but a little more space would make it even nicer. The designer sinks look great but are fitted practically at knee level which was rather odd (I never did discover why). To truly stand out the interior design could have been more bold - ditched standard hotel layout and furnishings and made use of the space in more inventive ways.

    Everything was brand new and as you might expect there were a few snags with the fixtures and fittings but when we mentioned these to reception things got fixed straight away in a professional manner - a good sign.

    Breakfast was excellent, we loved the home baked breads and muffins and home made museli. Bodum Teapots remind you that this is a quality modern hotel with an eye for detail. Fans of a full english will be disappointed - cooked items cost extra which is perhaps a bit on the cheeky side if you're paying the standard rate of 195 per night. But the food quality, the ambience and the staff really were all very good.

    The outdoor pool is tiny, it's hard to see who would use it. It's too small to swim in and the space around it isn't welcoming enough or large enough to entice you to sunbathe. The spa is very nicely appointed and the salt cabin and 'experience shower' are not to be missed! Again, having paid 5-star rates, guests are restricted to use of the indoor pool and spa at off-peak times only, unless they pay extra. This seems rather niggardly, given that the spa didn't seem to have any paying customers during the daytime anyway.

    Drinks of the DIY variety can be prepared in the Honesty Bar, like a self service bar in a little library area, it was fun but again without too much space, it's easy to see how a small group of fellow guests could take over the whole thing.

    Definitely don't miss a meal at the Michelin Starred Bohemia Restaurant, it's absolutely wonderful. The 3 Course lunch at around 20 is a complete bargain for cooking of that standard.

    The location of the hotel, in the central business area of St Helier means it's easy to get around from there and there are plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from. You can park in the hotel's car park.

    Overall it's easy to recommend the Club Hotel and spa not only because you won't find another modern designer hotel in St Helier but because they've done so much more than make it look nice. Provided the laid back and friendly service continues, this hotel is worth serious consideration. If they offer some more special rates - don't hesitate to book.

    Staff made our stay


    Outstanding, for a weekend away not only was the hotel what we were looking for but the whole weekend was made by the staff, bridget was especially accomodating. We will be back.

    Fantastic Hotel


    Just back from a long weekend, stayed in a deluxe room very very good. Hotel looks great, facilities including Spa are top notch well worth booking a treatment or two. Room was very clean and very comfortable. Staff could not be more helpful and friendly. Dinner in Bohemia WoW book early fantastic food well worth michelin star. Will be going back some time soon.



    I have fallen in love with this hotel,we had a deluxe suite which has every thing you could want in a hotel room 2 person shower (actually has two heads and two controls) a private bar that is so well stocked looked out over the roof terrace which was greta for drinks on friday night. The restaurant at the hotel Bohemia is why we chosse the hotel and it is as good as they say. and that has to be one of the best spas I have been to my wife is already talking about going back.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Club Hotel & Spa St. Helier

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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