Built on the outskirts of St. Peter Port in 1765, Les Rocquettes was originally a private country mansion and became a hotel at the end of the Second World War.
Les Rocquettes has kept up with times and offers spacious, contemporary accommodation as well as a brilliant in-house leisure complex.
Like most homes turned into guests’ accommodation, the house is instantly welcoming with its neat yellow façade adorned with flowers.
B&B: from £54 per person per night (low season) and £82 per person per night (high season)
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There is a selection of Classic and Superior single, double and twin rooms.
Superior rooms are located in the hotel’s wing above the indoor pool, and feature a balcony.
All rooms are en-suite and equipped with flat screen TV, clock radio, hairdryer, tea & coffee facilities, telephone and safe.
The restaurant opens daily for breakfast and dinner, and for Sunday lunch. The Oak serves delicious fresh local food and holds one AA Rosette.
Les Rocquettes has two sister hotels in St. Peter Port - Hotel de Havelet & Moores Hotel - where you can also dine under the group’s “Dinner Exchange Scheme”.
Open all day and serving bar lunches, this is the place to indulge, relax, and take a drink outside in the garden or on the terrace. Non-residents are welcome.
The hotel offers themed food weeks and occasional live Jazz music in the evening.
The heated indoor swimming pool features a children’s pool and Jacuzzi. There is a sauna and a steam room by the pool side. Large French windows open towards the hotel’s gardens and terrace.
A well-equipped gym is available to hotel residents and to local members.
A full range of beauty treatments are on offer 7 days a week.
Les Rocquettes has St. Peter Port at its feet – walk down towards the harbour to discover a small town full of charm, character and history. A guided tour is advisable to hear the tales that lie behind the buildings.
A lift is available to most floors and three of the Superior rooms have full wheelchair access.
1 pm / 11 am
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