The Hampshire Hotel sits on the outskirts of St. Helier and is located within an easy walking distance of the town centre (approx. 10 minutes) so the main bus station, shops, restaurants, pubs and tourist attractions are nearby.
The AA 3 Star Hampshire Hotel was acquired by Chris and Patricia Robin in 2011. Chris, who has over 30 years’ experience in the Jersey Hospitality industry extends a personal invitation for you to join them at the Hotel.
There are 42 modern hotel rooms all of which are newly decorated to a high standard. These consist of Standard Twin, Double, Superior, Premier, Family and Single rooms each with a flat-screen TV with 32 TV and radio stations, seating area and complimentary refreshments.
It is our intention to endeavour to improve our guest’s experience. We have completed our second phase of re-carpeting and we now have new carpets throughout.
All rooms have been equipped with USB sockets and our new WI FI system, covering 95% of the hotel area brings more Gbs and increased speed.
The Standard rooms have been upgraded with brand new light coloured furniture, Superior rooms have new beautifully designed bed throws and cushions and Premier rooms are decorated with new designer chairs, cushions and bed throws.
The hotel boasts a superb bar which leads on to the seasonal outdoor swimming pool. So treat yourself to a Cocktail, glass of wine, soft drink or a cold beer and relax on our sun terrace by the swimming pool.
In the evening we hope that you will try our Restaurant which offers a reasonably priced 4 course table d'hôte menu which changes each night and features freshly sourced local produce where possible, Our Steak Board is also available (featuring 28 day dry aged Beef) or if you would just like something light try our Bar Snack menu. Meals can be eaten al fresco on the terrace in the summer months.
The Hampshire Hotel is experienced in providing catering for large parties as the hotel consistently offers a broad selection of function menus, ranging in price and selection for guests to choose from. We always take into consideration the guests intolerances, allergies and dietary requirements to ensure the best function possible.
Jersey is not a part of the United Kingdom, or the European Union, and is accountable to the Queen, but governs itself Jersey is classed as a Crown dependency. The island has its own parliament, judiciary and treasury, which prints its own currency with the Queen's face and linked to the British pound. Both Jersey and Bank of England notes are legal tender in Jersey and circulate alongside, together with the Guernsey pound and Scottish banknotes.
As Jersey is VAT free, shop prices on Jersey do tend to be a little cheaper than those in the UK, although a local goods and service tax is currently in place. Duty-free goods are able to be purchased directly on ferries or airports, although visitors must adhere to the strict allowances. Additionally, many people do not realise that in the winter Jersey has plenty happening plus it is normally 3 to 4 degrees warmer than the UK, so shopping is a little warmer at Christmas for example.