Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting St. Helier, Runnymede Court Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Runnymede Court Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of St. Helier.
Runnymede Court Hotel is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features a sun terrace, outdoor furniture, and baggage storage. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting St. Helier.
Nearby landmarks such as Parish Church of St Helier (0.4 mi) and The Lighthouse Memorial, (0.4 mi) make Runnymede Court Hotel a great place to stay when visiting St. Helier.
While in St. Helier be sure to experience local burritos favourites at Refuel.
If you are interested in exploring St. Helier, check out a historic site, such as Jersey Archive.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Runnymede Court Hotel is sure to make your visit to St. Helier one worth remembering.
Absolutely loved everything about my stay at Runnymede Court. Whilst not the most glamorous of hotels it offers something much, much more....fabulous service provided by an amazing team for whom nothing is too much trouble. It's like going back to a time when service that Runnymede provided was the same in hotels everywhere. Sadly this is no longer true which makes this hotel stand out even more. It's an amazing shabby chic hotel which adds to the charm and makes it even more endearing. Spotlessly clean and comfortable with a no nonsense, good old fashioned, home cooked food set menu every night.
The single room was small, bed was uncomfortable, blinds in window inadequate, unable to open the windows any wider as locked, breakfast average, Sunday lunch over priced as was the meals in the evening.
Having not been to Jersey before, we was newbies and went with an open mind. Unfortunately when we arrived to the hotel, the third party condor breaks, had not informed the hotel of our stay even after we had paid the whole balance. The paperwork was slightly looked at and we was given our key within minutes. The issue with the third party was solved throughout our stay. The staff were all very welcoming and extremely helpful in any way they could be. The food from the restaurant was served quickly and was to a high standard. Our room had everything that we needed. And the kitchen was happy to supply me with alternative milk for my tea. The front and back gardens had tables, loungers and sun umbrellas. Was very nice to sit out in the morning in the sunshine with a cup of tea. We will not hesitate to return and we are already planning another trip for next year.…
Staff are amazing, they were so helpful, welcoming and accommodating! Went out of their way to help us with finding places to eat and taxis for us (these are hard to come by in Jersey, so a tip would be to book taxis well in advance!). Really friendly nothing is too much bother. Rooms are basic but clean. Location is great, close to beach and walkable to town centre and the square. Would definitely stay again :)
I'd chosen this hotel after reading the many positive reviews from others but unfortunately I did not have a very good experience. First the ok - The hotel is dated yes but I really don't mind that, it gave the place character. The bed was comfortable and seemed clean. the hotel is in a very good location, easy to find and 10 min walk from the centre and main bus station for getting around. The cleaning staff and the males on reception were pleasant and if there said hello and checked if I needed anything whenever I passed the desk. The not so good - The woman on reception was not friendly and never said hello or even looked up whenever I passed reception. She was very blunt about payment during checkin, booking.com had taken the money 2 weeks before but the hotel had apparently not pressed a button to accept it so she wouldn't give me the room key until payment had been confirmed. There was a lot of faff over paperwork but eventually was given my key. My room on the surface was clean and very bright with light curtains - I regretted having not brought a sleep mask as I knew straight away I would wake early with the amount of light that came through them. There was nothing else on the window so for privacy I had to keep the curtains closed as there were a lot of other windows facing and to the sides. My view was over a back courtyard which I later realised/heard was near the kitchen and laundry area - very noisy when in use, pretty much all hours! Talking of noise, being an older building the floors and walls were paper thin and creaked, a lot! - I could hear complete conversations from my neighbours, people sounded like they were stomping as they walked along the corridor and up and down the nearby stairs. The people in the room above especially sounded like they were trying to break through the ceiling just walking - I heard several crashes and my room shook with the force of their moving around. I had specifically asked for a quiet room on my booking but felt I was actually given the worst position for any room being a mid-floor and so close to heavy use stairs and corridor. The room itself was missing a few key basics - there were tea and coffee sachets and little milk pots but no decaf or alternative milk. One cup had a chip in the handle and was never replaced. There was no bottle water in the room, despite the warm weather - even a premier inn has that! The tap water tasted horrible, I had to go buy litre bottles to be able to drink. The toilet paper was that awful thin, 2ply scratchy stuff that disintegrates at the slightest touch - in every public toilet around the island I found far better, softer, thicker paper. If public toilets can do it why couldn't this hotel? The toiletries too, there was a tiny soap on the sink wrapped in plastic - dread to think what the ingredients were - and in the shower there was a Tork hair and body wash dispenser I did not even want to try in fear of my skin. There was only two power sockets in the whole room, one served the tiny TV and the other the kettle. There were bedside lights with two bulbs each, both had a bulb not working but I guessed this might've been deliberate as the bulbs were uncovered and way too bright for side lights! The room key was a metal yale lock key with the catch removed from the inside so when the cleaner came putting her key in your door at 9/9.30 in the morning you had to yell to say don't come in yet, or make sure you were up and ready before then. There were no do not disturb signs available to use. The floor was not hoovered any day I was there, in fact there was a used plaster by the side of the bed that was there before me and remained throughout my stay. Safety - There were no emergency notices or fire exit routes on the back of the room door. There was a long table/desk with chairs across one side of the room which also held the TV/kettle etc which had underneath nails sticking down which could've caught on clothing or skin if sat there. There were broken plastic hangers and oddly a full unopened can of larger in the wardrobe - I would worry if a child got hold of this. There was quite often no one on reception and when checking out, at 6am to catch my flight home, I had to just leave my room key on the desk. There was a phone for assistance which I called, no-one answered but I couldn't wait. I really wanted to like this hotel given previous reviews, plus it being my first venture back into travelling since covid but unfortunately the amount of noise, lack of proper sleep and disregard for the basics meant I was very disappointed. I would not recommend this hotel and would not stay again.…
I recently stayed at this hotel with my sister and we were part of a Blakes coach trip. Considering the hotel is two star, it certainly beats any hotel I've stayed in for friendliness, good food and the staff went out of their way to help with any requests and nothing was too much trouble. It's also in a convenient location and close to amenities and the bus station. 'Well done' to the management and staff, we will be back!
My elderly grandmother and her friend stayed here for a week. They had a lovely stay, and on the last day my gran fell and broke her wrist at a zoo and was wrongly discharged from the hospital, requiring an ambulance late in the evening to take her back. Ricardo, Gill, and Fernando were incredible, calling the ambulance, waiting for it, and reassuring them both throughout. So amazing, thank you!!
Beautiful clean rooms, great food, plenty of choice, lovely staff nothing was too much trouble to do for you. The Hotel only has two stars but it certainly is worth much more. It has everything you need and we were well looked after. I would certainly recommend this hotel if staying in St Helier.
We came to stay in the Runnymede Hotel for our first ever stay in Jersey. We just loved it there, very well situated for the town & the sea. The staff were all so friendly & helpful was a proper home from home. The food was very good & the service was excellent no queuing we sat at the same table very day & our meals were brought to us. I would definitely recommend this hotel & definitely go & stay there again. We had booked the Norfolk but I'm glad we got the Runnymede instead. Our room overlooked the beautiful gardens where you could sit in the sun.
We had a lovely stay here. The hotel is run by Fernando and Joseph. The staff are very friendly and polite. It could do with an update but saying that it is clean. There is a patio at the back that you can sit out. We had an early crossing when we were going back on the ferry so we couldn't have breakfast so Joseph did us a packed lunch. The breakfast was really good and plenty.