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Mayfair Hotel

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed 3 nights with breakfast included. Lovely Hotel, entrance lobby very bright and welcoming. Check in very quick even though we all arrived on coach from airport at same time. Plenty of seating in the lobby and the bedroom a good size with a double and a single bed. Room nice and warm and everything was spotless. Had our evening meal in the Hotel two of the nights and the 3 course meal was £17.50 which compared to the prices in St Helier was competitive. Breakfast was very good as well with a good choice on the buffet plus the cooked breakfast from kitchen if ordered. Only a 10 minute walk to the Town Centre and on to Liberation Square at the Marina. The Travel Solutions rep was at the airport to direct us straight unto the coach, gave us a good briefing in Hotel next morning and was available to book tours etc. Coach back to airport when leaving meant a very relaxed break. This was a deal booked through Weir Travel on Mill St Ballymena NI for £199 each flight, transfers and Hotel.

Stayed on a midweek night .plus points lots of free parking,pool,gym (well used) lots of room to chat in lounge and bar,very tidy room great hands on staff Minus points rooms were a little outdated carpets a little ragged .shower temperamental on heat and power.they also had some sort of disco going on downstairs .I think there was a group booking but noise prevented me getting an early nights sleep tho when music finished it was quite peaceful.i would recommend this for families and has a lift for people with mobility problems.

4 of us stayed at the Mayfair for a week. This hotel is rated 3 star but it is far better than some 4 and 5 star hotels I have stayed at in the UK and abroad. The staff are exceptional all of them, the food is excellent always fresh and of good quality served on hot plates,absolutely spotlessly clean in all areas, entertainment is of a good standard every evening. This hotel is exceptional and is down to the manager and his team and their hard work. If you have not stayed at this hotel please give it a wirl you will not be disappointed. It is value for money which lacks in so many things in this day and age.

This is a lovely hotel.which is an easy walk away from the centre of st helier.There was entertainment there on 3 of the 4 nights we stayed and for the most part was quite good.The food is excellent - a 4 course evening meal served to your table.not buffet food,and the breakfast was very good too,a big selection of cereals including porridge,fruit,yogurt,croissants and then a choice of cooked breakfast (including kippers)served to your table.We were allocated the same table every night and met some lovely people.Our waiter was very friendly and funny too.The rooms were warm so we kept the window open and there was a fan if wanted.Bathroom was clean and modern, and the room was very good with the usual tv,hairdryer,kettle and coffee and tea.There is also a coffee shop at the hotel which was great if you wanted a snack or just coffee.You can book trips at the hotel which were same price as everywhere else and then you were picked up at the hotel which was a bonus if you werent able to walk far.There are vintage bus trips in the town centre though and these are also very good and they also picked up at the hotel.The hotel had a lot of leaflets and booklets and information on what to do in jersey.Overall we really enjoyed our stay and if we come back to st helier would definitely book this hotel again.Forgot to mention there is also a lovely swimming pool with jacuzzi and sauna but we did not get time to try these although they did look good.

Hotel was basic and quite old fashioned. Our room clean which was the main thing and the staff were really friendly and nice however I would advise younger people not to stay here as it was mainly elderly people that were there when we stayed and not that I have anything against that at all, but it just wasn't a hotel for younger people. I must admit it did smell a little downstairs in the lounge/reception area, our room was fine but the two other rooms in our party did smell a little as well. Overall it was ok for a 3 night bed and breakfast stay as we didn't spend that much time there anyway. On a positive note it was only a very short walk to the shops and the pool and sun terrace area were both really nice.

We booked this holiday through a local coach company that we had used before,but they effectively just sold us someone elses holiday, took us to Poole for the ferry, then it was "Goodbye"after a 4-10am start from Bedford.This was not a good start,but when we arrived at The Mayfair things changed for the better very quickly.Our room was quite good, and the bathroom exellent,the dining room was exeptional and the meals superb with waiter service at the table.Every evening there was very good entertainment in the dining room,again with waiter service for the drinks from the bar.There was an excursion manager at her desk in the foyer and all the trips we booked seemed expensive ,but the cost was soon forgotten as they were so good.There was an exellent bar,a very nice place to be, plus a coffee shop, plus a pool and other facilities that we did not use.We were on floor one overlooking a flat roof and there was what I believe to be an aircon unit on it nearly as big as a car.At around six am it would fire up for half an hour and again in the evening and was very noisy,it did not run during the night.This was not good, but it has to be near someone,so no complaints.Note that St Helier town center is like a rabbit warren, it was not designed ,it evolved, it is very easy to get lost and be unable to find your way back to the Mayfair.Other reviews here say that The Mayfair is mainly for "Oldies" and the guests including us ,seemed to be the wrong side of seventy,but a few youngsters.The trip home was as bad as the outward trip, arriving back in Bedford at 2am,we plan to go to Gurnsey next year, but will Fly!To summerise, the Mayfair was the highlight of our holiday, and I am sure all the guests would agree.

Spent a week in Jersey staying in the Mayfair Hotel. First impressions of hotel were good. As the week went on we realised that we could not find any faults, the rooms were very clean, staff very helpful choice of meals each day were excellent. Our waiter was Victor who looked after us, he was friendly and very efficient at his job. We think this 3star hotel warrants upgrading to 5stars. Would not hesitate in recommending this hotel to everyone. Thank you Mayfair.

Room was spacious clean , good location for shops 15min walk to Liberation Square, breakfast ok bit basic , only negative was staff not friendly and at times rather rude finishing on a positive the facilities at this hotel are good

Well run and very organised hotel, it has a large turnover of visitors every day, but everything is well organised and slick. Overall the food was good with one exception, when the evening meal was poor, that said I was offered an alternative but turned it down as I was so disappointed with the choices on offer. The hotel itself is very central so easy to access town, local buses, waterfront. The hotel health suit is good and we used it each day.

Stayed in the Mayfair hotel, very central to all amenities, very clean, food great a good choice for breakfast great porridge,evening meal lovely with choice of vegetarian dishes, also has a swimming pool, and gym, a lovely cafe open from 11am to 5:30 pm for afternoon snacks and cake at reasonable prices, rooms spacious as we had a family room just for my husband and I, plenty of trips to go on just see Linda or Elaine who are at the hotel every day and are very helpful, or you can get a three day bus pass for £40 and do your own thing, but you do miss out on doing that because going on an organized trip you get the history of Jersey. The hotel has entertainment every night and the compere Rob is a great guy. As an OAP this hotel suited us as there were no youngsters there so it was not a noisy hotel. I would stay at the Mayfair again if going back to Jersey.

50 St Saviours road St. Helier Jersey

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Jersey Museum
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Jersey Museum is a short stroll from Mayfair Hotel, and other popular attractions like Elizabeth Castle are within a mile (2 km). This 222-room, 3-star aparthotel has an indoor pool along with free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Also close to this St. Helier aparthotel are La Hougue Bie and Jersey War Tunnels - German Underground Hospital.


Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.


All 222 apartments provide coffee makers, phones, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.

Property features

At Mayfair Hotel, guests enjoy an indoor pool, a health club, and a spa tub. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a sauna, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Double Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room (With Bunks)

Full 1 | Sleeps 4


Twin 1 | Sleeps 2

Double or Twin Room (Zip)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

77% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 902 reviews