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Old Government House Hotel & Spa
St Ann's Place
St Peter Port
Guernsey

GY1 2NU

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Elegant and classical, this award-winning 4-star hotel is one of the oldest and most prestigious in the Channel Islands, with a top restaurant, an excellent location and a relaxing spa. Dating back to 1858, the building was once the official residence of the islandís Governor. Today, the Old Government House still retains many beautiful original features and a timeless charm and elegance. The building has been lovingly restored and sympathetically refurbished, incorporating the modern facilities of a luxury hotel.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout. The Olive Garden, the deck and the outdoor heated pool offer wonderful views over the gardens and the harbour. The state-of-the-art Revolution Health Club is Guernsey's most exclusive private gym. The luxurious spa has 2 whirlpools, a sauna and a steam room offering top-of-the-range hydrotherapy for your whole body.
The hotel has won 2 AA Rosette awards for its cuisine and boasts 2 restaurants, the intimate Governorís and the more informal OGH Brasserie.

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