Practical information : Accomodation Channel Islands
Budget & Tips
Most of them are comfortable and clean, even in the lower category hotels. Basic amenities include a television and tea and coffee making facilities in each room. Individual bathrooms are also offered in all rooms. The tourist offices have established a classification of establishments. In Jersey, large traditional hotels, bed and breakfasts and guesthouses are marked with stars. In Guernsey, the comfort level of hotels is also indicated by stars, and that of guesthouses by diamonds. Despite the presence of millionaires and billionaires, the islands are not Monaco, there are no big palaces, even if there are some nice addresses.
In the Channel Islands, one can also easily find accommodations to rent by the week. These can be simple furnished apartments for a couple or luxurious villas or old houses for a family. These rentals are fully equipped (kitchen included) and often have an outdoor swimming pool or a large garden for the most luxurious
Be careful, this type of solution is to be preferred if you are traveling with your family (many hotels do not accept small children) or in a group
Prices vary according to the season, but count on 25% less in low season. Expect to pay around £70 for a double room in low season to almost £400 for a double room in a luxury hotel in high season.
To be booked
In summer, hotels and guesthouses are often fully booked, so it is essential to book a few weeks in advance.
For food lovers
Food lovers will be delighted in the Channel Islands! Whatever the category of accommodation you choose, you will generally be served a gargantuan British breakfast in the morning...