The hotel itself is an intimate sprinkling of Creole-style beach houses dressed in tones of white and taupe that gaze out onto the luminous Trou d’Eau Douce lagoon. A comprehensive makeover in 2012 left the hotel with an endearing mix of contemporary elegance and the alluring blithe of traditional Mauritius that has helped Tropical Attitude garner a reputation as a truly old school Mauritian resort. Rooms are simple, yet comfortable; the surrounding landscape offers all the elements of a tropical paradise and hums with the soothing sounds of island life; and the staff and locals radiate a sincere warmth and easy-going geniality that give the hotel and area its undeniable charm. Tropical Attitude offers more than just simple beach holiday accommodation, it offers guests a chance to connect with locals and the traditional Mauritian culture without having to compromise on comfort. Whether it is summer vacations or romantic honeymoons, Tropical Attitude promises a gracious tropical island escape with a dash of cultural authenticity.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner at Tropical Attitude is served at Le Cocotier, a restaurant inspired by the French Creole architecture that emerged during the colonial years. However, Le Cocotier manages to transcend any drab antiquity with its light tones and chiseled interior. Rattan furniture in shades of white and ebony grace the tiled interior and give the restaurant a contemporary elegance that blends seamlessly with the old-world charm of the architecture. While guests tuck into dishes influenced by the luscious flavours of Europe and Mauritius the gleaming lagoon dances gracefully off the shore, just a few steps away. All of these elements make Le Cocotier perfect for lazy lunches or ambient dinners.
Trou d’Eau Douce, which translates to Sweet Water Hole, is famed for two things in particular: its unspoilt beaches and old-fashioned villages. With an area of 297.9km2, it is the largest district in Mauritius and stretches across a considerable portion of the island’s East Coast. Limited commercial development gives the area an appealing tranquility and natural landscapes of incomparable beauty. Along with a sheltered bay flecked with rickety fishing boats and sleek catamarans, the area is also home to the Grande Rivière Sud-Est estuary and a wonderful collection of pristine beaches such as Silver Beach (0.9km), Ile aux Cerfs Beach (4.8km), Palmar Beach and Le Touessrok Beach (both within 5km).
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