Guernsey Airport (GCI)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Guernsey, Channel Islands, GB)
Situated in the island's Forest parish, Guernsey Airport (GCI) is a relatively small facility that serves only a handful of airlines and less than one million passengers per year.
The construction of a new terminal was completed in 2004, increasing the airport's passenger capacity to 1.25 million per year. Plenty of hotels and accommodation options await visitors upon arrival at Guernsey Airport.
Guernsey: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
The La Frégate Hotel is located in St. Peter Port, which is within driving distance of the airport. The hotel is well equipped for business visitors and offers both business and conference facilities. Also just minutes away from Guernsey Airport, the Best Western Hotel De Havelet is situated in the St. Peter Port suburbs and is known for its spectacular views of the harbour, boasting an indoor pool and notable restaurant.
HOTELS CLOSE TO GUERNSEY AIRPORT (GCI)|
|| Km |
|Best Western Hotel De Havelet||Havelet, St. Peter Port,|
Guernsey, GY1 1BA, Channel Islands, UK
|Best Western Moores Central Hotel||Le Pollet, St. Peter Port,|
Guernsey, GY1-1WH, Channel Islands, UK
|La Frégate Hotel and Restaurant||Les Cotils, St Peter Port,|
Guernsey, GY1 1UT, Channel Islands, UK
Guernsey: City Hotels and Accommodation
Many of the best hotels on the island are concentrated around St. Peter Port, located along the eastern coast and close to Guernsey Airport (GCI). St. Peter Port has long been the capital of Guernsey and features the Channel Islands' main harbour, which is overlooked by numerous hotels. Much of the accommodation in St. Peter Port is never far from shops, where duty is low and bargains await. Numerous restaurants are also often within walking distance of hotels in this part of Guernsey, particularly around the charming Old Quarter area. Further hotels in St. Peter Port are clustered around both Belle Grève Bay and Havelet Bay.
Accommodation on the western coast of Guernsey is close to a number of sightseeing opportunities, such as the imposing 18th-century Fortress Rousse, together with numerous other historic fortifications and remains. Those visiting Guernsey and looking for beaches should head to the northern coastline around Grande Havre and L'Ancresse Bay, where the spacious sandy stretches of coastline offer the perfect places to top up your tan, with plenty of hotels close to hand. Also nearby, Vazon Bay boasts excellent conditions for surfing and other popular water sports.