Money Maker Magazine 2013

With everything under one roof, The Royal Yacht has all the facilities of a top class cosmopolitan hotel, yet all the character of a chic boutique escape. In the heart of St Helier, and in the centre of the action, you won’t want to leave.

Robin Barker, Gloucestershire Echo, August 2012

The staff were kind, courteous and very helpful. As for the hotel itself, the inhouse magazine summed it up perfectly when it suggested that ‘it is more than just a hotel’ and with four restaurants, several bars, a club and a spa it cannot be accused of leading you on.

It really was the lap of luxury and the same could be said of our room; the Gold Deluxe which was an expansive double room with a view…

Nuala Harvey, Sunday Times Travel, May 2012

If you don’t show in one of the four bars, three restaurants or the nightclub on a Friday or Saturday you need to get a life. See and be seen. Eat, drink, then groove the night away.

Jim Soar, The Times, 3rd January 2009

The Royal Yacht is the perfect place to bolster a my-body-is-a-temple mentality. Hugely extended and refitted at a cost of many millions to reopen in the summer last year, yet blending inside with the original 1820s hotel- where the Victorian “It Girl” Lillie Langtry held her wedding reception in 1874 – it is a triumph of thoughtful high-design. No necessity or reasonable luxury has been overlooked and Spa Sirène is a fitting monument to the god of pampering.

Anna Mansell, Swindon Advertiser, 25th April 2008

The Royal Yacht was a fantastic hotel; I loved that it was really top level, but without being pretentious or intimidating. The food there was amazing on Saturday night. Breakfasts were also spot on.