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All reviews welcome pack self catering roof terrace fudge st clements seating inside top floor suite full oven play room outstanding location buckets and spades sunny day come home fantastic views lounge area first floor fantastic stay
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Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

We had a top floor apartment that was unbelievably spacious for just two of us, with a bedroom, en suite, lounge area, kitchen/dining area and another full bathroom. We just used the apartment as a base, and spent all our time exploring and eating out, so didn’t test the facilities, but everything was very modern, very clean and some nice touches such as plenty of tea, coffee, sugar, milk, bottled water, biscuits and fudge! The staff were incredibly polite, welcoming, friendly and helpful, especially offering us shower facilities on our final day after we’d checked out. Unbeatable location, right on the beautiful bay with some excellent restaurants, cafes and beach activities only moments away. No car needed as we explored on bikes (from Jono’s) and got a couple of taxis when necessary. Great stay - very happy.

Stayed: July 2018, travelled with friends
Thank etwickenham
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

So glad we found these lovely apartments. Beautiful setting right on the beach. Elizabeth on reception was really helpful and friendly. Everything you need. Tea, coffee and toiletries supplied. It is quite a walk to the nearest supermarket so we got a taxi back with enough shopping for our stay. The beach shop sells milk, beer and wine and crisps sweets and ice creams as well as the usual beach stuff but it closes at 5pm. We ate in the Beau Rivage Restaurant the first night and I had fish and chips and my daughter had Moules Meunière, both of which were lovely. We liked the Wayside cafe/restaurant nearby but did not like Crab Shack. There is a good bar in the Beau Rivage with seating inside and out. We did not have a balcony but it did not matter because there is a first floor sun terrace with sun beds that was not used much. Plenty of buckets and spades to borrow to take to beach. Also there was a big playroom downstairs. The beach was one of the best beaches I have ever been on. All in all a wonderful 4 day break and I hope to return.

  • Stayed: July 2018, travelled with family
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1  Thank jude b
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

Returned today from a 4 night stay at Beau Rivage Apartments.
St Brelade has one of the most beautiful beaches that I have ever seen ! It is a lovely quiet bay with a couple of hotels / apartment buildings, and a few eateries. Nothing much to do here apart from sit and relax. We got a taxi from the airport which cost around £12 (although it was only £8 on the return journey !!) Buses come along approx every half hour and we did go to St Hellier on one day. Buses are £2 each trip pp.
To be honest, we just wanted to relax and the Beau Rivage was perfect for us. We were in Trinity Suite, no sea view or balcony as these were all booked out but it really didn't matter as there is a large resident sun terrace that wasn't really used. We were able to stretch out on sunbeds and enjoy the views over the bay. Our apartment had a bedroom, lounge, fully fitted kitchen (That had everything you needed and more !) and 2 bathrooms ! Towels were changed and bed made every day. Spotlessly clean. A lovely touch was the tea, coffee, biscuits and fudge supplied with a card welcoming us.
Food is available from the bar and the Prawn Cocktails looked wonderful !
Elizabeth was so helpful, organising taxis, enquiring with Avis about hiring a car, bus timetables and offering aftersun when needed. Nothing was too much trouble.
I would definitely recommend staying here.

Room Tip: I get the feeling that no rooms are bad rooms, If you can't get an apartment with a sea view or balcony don't worry.
  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank baileybonce
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Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

My wife, mother in law and I have just returned from a 10 day holiday in these super apartments. To properly describe the apartment, location and friendly staff would result in an abundance of superlatives which i believe would not do it justice. The apartment (St Saviours) was a spacious suite with two balconies overlooking the sea (one off the bedroom the other from the living/dining area) two bedrooms with access to separate bathrooms and a well organised kitchen for a small space. A welcome pack greeted our arrival and was second to known in both its content and thoughtfulnesss that went into providing it. To mention all that was included would be a bit of a spoiler of the welcome surprise you get when you see what has been kindly supplied however safe to say you will definitely not be disappointed! The location right on the beautiful sandy beach of St Brelade is wonderful with fantastic views surrounding the bay and plenty of decent dining options in the area including the Beau Rivage itself. It would be a travesty to finish this review without mentioning three of the most brightest aspects of the hotel, the staff, particularly Fatima, Elizabeth and Eddie. They are such a friendly, polite and pleasant group of people that it was our pleasure to meet them. Nothing was ever too much trouble for them and you were always met with a friendly smile and welcome when you met. Their desire to ensure you enjoyed your stay with them was very evident in all they did. Eddie’s special efforts to ensure maximum viewing pleasure of the World Cup was greatly appreciated (and very comfortable). Overall a simply fantastic stay and we will have no hesitation in returning someday soon. Highly recommended.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank Andy H
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

We spent three nights in this self-catering hotel and were delighted with everything. We booked a 4-person top floor suite which was huge and had everything we could need. Two large double bedrooms and a large kitchen/lounge area with spectacular views of the whole beach. The suite had no less than 3 TVs and 3 bathrooms so we were spoilt for choice. The views simply could not be bettered and the location of the hotel was tip top - maybe 2 metres from the beach!! We did not eat so cannot give any recommendation about the restaurant. We used the hotel car park which was just across the road from the hotel and free of charge. We never had any difficulty parking. It was a fantastic place for a holiday. We could cook meals in or eat out so there was no need to spend too much. All in all we give 10/10 and would be happy to return. To reach the suite there are 3 flights of stairs (there are stair lifts if you need them) but then you are out of the way and can enjoy unsurpassed views.

Room Tip: Top floor suite has brilliant views.
  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank stotty24
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