The Pandora hotel offers amazing value for money. The accommodation is spacious, classic and above all comfortable with most rooms having fabulous views over the surprisingly large and beautiful gardens or further out to sea.
The hotel is located at the top of St. Peter Port so be aware of the steep hill leading up to the entrance. The Pandora features ample on-site parking and in-house amenities including a convivial bar, restaurant and pleasant guest lounges.
B&B: from £44 per person per night (low season) and from £55 per person per night (high season)
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There is a choice of single, double, twin and family rooms. Most offer garden or valley views, some have sea views.
All rooms are en-suite and equipped with television, direct-dial telephone, hair dryer, and tea & coffee facilities.
The restaurant opens daily for continental evening meals prepared with fresh local produce.
Opens all day for snack type lunches and easy suppers.
St. Peter Port’s centre lies 10 minutes’ walk from The Pandora Hotel, ideal for exploring the many sites of interest, from Castle Cornet in the harbour to Market Square amongst the cobbled streets. Closer to the hotel is Hauteville House, Victor Hugo’s remarkable home for 15 years.
There are no disabled facilities.
2 pm /10.30 am
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