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La Grande Route De La Cote, St. Clements, JE2 6SD, United Kingdom – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Fishing, Pool Table, Darts, Cycling, Beachfront, Bicycle Rental, Game Room, Entertainment Staff, Evening Entertainment
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (free), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
Romanian, Portuguese, Italian, French, English, German
12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children from 2 to 15 year are charged 50 % of the room stay per night per person when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged 50 % of the room stay per night per person for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 2.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Room I had was a good size, no real view, but I didn't expect one. Very adequate, clean tidy facilities, very helpful and friendly staff, good food.
Bed was a bit firmer than i would have preferred.
Quiet. Friendly easy-going staff.
Over priced, fine for what we wanted but wouldn't take my wife.
The staff in reception and in the restaurant were both efficient and very polite We only booked bed and breakfast but changed and had our evening meal each night based on the quality of the food
Allthough our room was clean and comfortable it was a little tired in its appearance I know the hotel has done several rooms up and they look very nice. This is only a small criticism has the hotel is a Three star and well meets this grading
Friendly helpful staff excellent breakfast very clean and comfortable Access to beach and beach chairs and mats available The courtesy bus into St Helier Location between St Helier and Gorey Pier
We took the last room available room which could have been improved there was no shelving in the bathroom and only one chair for two people
Very friendly and helpful staff. Good quality food
No W-fi in the bedroom despite prior assurances we would have it.
The staff were always helpful. We had trouble with one room being too hot and not able to cool it, but got moved. We were across the road from the beach. It was rocky but just down the road is a better area to swim that you can walk to. The buses are regular and bus stops are just outside the hotel. Cheapest way to get around the island. The rooms are bright. Breakfast was always delicious and cooked well. There is a free shuttle into St Helier at 10am and free pick up at 4pm back to the hotel. Wish we had known about it earlier in our stay!
Our sauna hot room first night, but got moved to another room. Some rooms quite small for 3 people to use. Quite tight to move around in.
Staff were helpful. Catered for special meal request for one member of the party. On a good bus route. Hotel very pleasant.
Nothing to mention as not being good. Staff were minimal so under pressure in bar areas, but we were out of high season.
Our first stay. My friend and I holidayed for 7 days from 26th of April 2014 to the 3rd of May, 2014. at the shakespeare hotel, St Clements, jersey. We booked it via Booking.com. Whom we found to be a good agent from past experience. A twin room then was advertised at £376.19 + vat @5% . The total being £395 for the room. ( not pppn - per person per night) and that is what we paid. This turned out to be very good value. All went well and I gave the hotel what I thought was a very deserving 5 star award review . We decided that we would like to return to the same hotel for a further holiday, and so within days of the end of our holiday in early May, 2014, we booked up yet again with Booking.com., This time for 7 days commencing on the 23rd of August to the 30th of August, 2014... As usual, we took a screen shot of the advertised price, and went on to book the holiday at that price, which was on this occasion £385 per room for 7 days - 5% vat and service included ( This was for a twin room for 2 persons and not pppn ) for 7 days, which equated to £55.00 per night for the room. As per terms, we paid a fee of £89.00. deposit, which was deducted by Booking.com., The remaining balance which we deduced as being £276.00 which was to be paid to the hotel on the last day of our stay there. We booked this holiday based on the price, which we believed was of great value again. Unbeknown to us we were being charged for the room at £89.00 per first two nights, and £79.00 per night for remaing 5 nights; and instead of a balance of £276 we were presented with a final bill of £573 minus the deposit of £89.00. which = £484. I believe that this change of prices was done immediately at the time of paying our deposit on 08 MAY,2014, when Booking.com booked our holiday with SHAKESPEARE HOTEL, who realized there had been a mistake in the advertising via Booking.com., and thus changed the booking price to a higher price, without us first being contacted.
The failure of the manager Chris (Dragos) to resolve and explain an over payment on a final hotel bill.
The location by the beach is a positive aspect and accommodation on half board represented good value.
Wi-Fi is patchy in some rooms but could be obtained by changing location.
good location friendly and helpfull staff great view beach access good service in bar & restaurant
poor WIFI reception (bath)rooms (need updating and refurbishing) cooked breakfast items pre-prepared (instant scrambled eggs) games room (in need of refurb)
breakfast was very nice apart from the bowl of scalding porridge given to our four year old grandson! the water was hot in the shower.
non plussed attitude of receptionist. Room 21 went like this-got an electric shock off the extractor fan outside the bathroom. the drawer unit fell off in my hand when I tried to open it. no telephone which it says is in every room, the socket looked to have never had one. shower head hanging on by a thread. the hair dryer didn't work or wasn't connected not sure which. room was directly over the kitchen so felt like we were in an oven with the industrial extractor stopping my grandson from sleeping. couldn't leave the windows open as there are no child locks/restrictors fitted. the numbering system for the rooms was woefully inadequate ie 35 was next to 58 the place itself is like a rabbit run.
good breakfast and helpful staff helped store our bikes
Quality and age of bathroom!
They did not mind us in the restaurant although it was very quiet, children we felt had to be seen but not heard. They did try to make us feel welcome.
Requested rooms together as we had four very young children , I was told there were other people in hotel who also had children-and probably booked earlier than me, I booked in January. As they did not have rooms to accommodate this number, our rooms were five sets of stairs apart very inconvenient carrying pushchairs up and down and luggage, lift we were advised not much better, still stairs. Very tired rooms when we tried to open a window the latch dropped to the floor etc. Reception staff knew very little about the area and were not much help. One man at reception was very helpful to us but we only saw him first day and last unfortunately. Not suitable for children in pushchairs lots of steps to beach, once there great for tinies, but carrying everything up and down plus babies is hard. ,
Although The Shakespear is about 2 miles from St Helier, its a nice walk into town if the weathers sunny or a quick bus ride if you're feeling lazy. We had a brilliant room (number 36) on the 2nd floor which gave us a great view over the bay and enough space for us and a baby. Traffic noise from the road didn't bother us at all (we live in London so are used to it), we could hear the wind more than the traffic!. Ate in the restaurant a few times and although its a bit old fashioned in decor and menu, we had some fantastic garlic prawns, rib eye steak and plaice - very generous portions also.
Friendliness Food variation Service Plenty of parking
Just a bit out of the way (you need a car)
Chris the Duty Manager was warm, friendly and very accommodating. He helped us organised a wonderful holiday. Thanks Chris!
The staff are polite, friendly and very helpful The food is delicious and fantastic value The communal area and the wholeof the hotel is comfortable and relaxing The service is excellent and we always felt welcome for example the owner marcus has a minibus and takes anyone who wants to go into St Helier and back.
The sea view The prices The cleanliness The food The helpful friendly staff
Great Location on Coastal road opposite the beach. Loads of parking. Excellent Breakfast. Clean and Spacious Rooms.
everything we liked.
Friendly staff and kept clean . Nice food.
Our window in our room was like looking though fog as unit had blown but not the end of the world.
The view from our room. Access to beach
Proximity to noisy road. Breakfast/ food a reheated frozen affair Decor very dated Rooms insufficiently sound proofed. Expensive room rates for similar starred hotels.
The staff were excellent - very helpful and friendly. The food was really good, well cooked, hot and lots of it. The location was excellent for us, we did not hire a car as intended because the bus stop was just outside the hotel and as Jersey has a very good bus service we decided to use it to get around. The hotel was clean and comfortable.
The decoration is a little dated.
The hotel was clean.
The Shakespeare was the only hotel in Jersey which had a double room available at short notice with relatively good reviews. The rest were listed as twin rooms, which we didn't want. When we arrived it appeared that the 'double' bed was just two single beds put next to eachother. Moreover, the pictures shown for 'double room' were nothing like our room (No 58), which was dated and smelled stale.
Staff were friendly and hard working, the location was good, close enough to St Helier and town amenities but also quiet location to enjoy long beach walks and access to other bays. Wifi was always available,
Food was mediocre - seemed cheap options- breakfast was same every day and limited. Toiletries in rooms seemed same and in our weeks break the towels were only changed once. Although I paid final bill and agreed to it- my husband without telling me had paid for our 1st nights meal in the hotel by cash but it had not been taken off the hotels charge to my room so We have ended up paying for same meal twice which is obviously unsatisfactory.