Any property used as a hotel, guest-house, self-catering unit or campsite must be registered as tourist accommodation.
How do I register?
Register or renew your tourist accommodation
Before you apply to register the property it must first have an inspection to make sure the property meets the requirements of the Tourism (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1990.
Tourism (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1990 on the Jersey Law website
To arrange the inspection contact the Hospitality and Leisure manager.
Email the Hospitality and Leisure Manager
How long is the registration for?
The registration runs from the 1 January to 31 December and can be renewed each year.
A renewal reminder will be sent to you before the current registration expires.
How much does it cost to register?
The registration fee depends on the type of accommodation you are registering. It also varies depending on the number of people who can be accommodated in the property.
For further information on the current registration fees contact the Hospitality and Leisure Manager.
Changing the use of a property to tourist accommodation
You must have approval from Planning and Building Control to change the use of a property.
Email Planning and Building Control
If this is a new business you will also need a business licence and you must speak to the Population Office. Jersey Business also offer free and confidential business advice.
Email Population Office
Jersey Business website
Contact the Hospitality and Leisure Manager for further advice.
How do I get my hotel, guest house, self-catering apartments or campsite graded?
Jersey tourist accommodation is graded by the AA and Quality in Tourism.
AA hotel accommodation recognition scheme website
AA guest accommodation recognition scheme website
'The process' on Quality in Tourism website