From rugged cliffs and sheltered bays to placid beaches and pastures, the diverse landscape of this island draws visitors from far and wide. From its peaceful location on the St. Helier waterfront, the Radisson Blu Waterfront in Jersey is the perfect location to explore the best the island has to offer.
Even if you only have an hour or two to spare on a business trip to Jersey, St. Helier still offers plenty of points of interest. Don’t miss the 16th-century Elizabeth Castle, located on a tidal islet. Walk there during low tide to explore the battlements and catch the ferry back when the water returns.
Explore the island by bus or carFor those able to stay longer, take advantage of the island’s network of local bus routes or hire a car to explore the 119 square kilometres of natural beauty. It’s no surprise that the island fosters an active culture of outdoor sports with world-famous golf courses and coastline perfect for wakeboarding and windsurfing. Numerous festivals and events take place throughout the year, giving the island a lively atmosphere.
Attractions within easy reach of our Jersey hotel include:
- Aquasplash Jersey - 150m. An indoor swimming complex suitable for serious swimming or family fun.
- Elizabeth Castle - 500 m. Explore the battlements, turrets and bunkers of this historic site.
- Parish Church of St Helier - 1.1 km. An ancient yet active parish church at the heart of the town.
- Jersey Museum - 1.1 km. Discover Jersey’s ancient history at this restored merchant’s house.
- Howard Davis Park - 1.6km. St. Helier’s most popular green space features a walled rose garden, pond and café.
- Jersey War Tunnels - 4.6km. Over 1km of underground hospital tunnels built during World War II.
- Jersey Lavender Farm - 6.9 km. Learn about the process of extracting oil from plants, before tucking into a slice of homemade cakes.
- Mont Orgueil Castle - 8.5 km. One of the finest medieval castles in the world stands above the picturesque fishing village of Gorey.