Quaint colonial style architecture complete with thatched roofs and exposed wooden beams makes up the ocean side exterior, while beautiful cane rattan furniture and delicate features adorn the interior. The surrounding islet dotted lagoon and tropical gardens offer exquisite views and envelope the hotel in an irresistible tranquility.
Ile de France Restaurant, a canvas of dark wood, earthy tones and blazing tangerine, offers a dazzling setting enveloped between the arctic blue waters of the hotel’s swimming pool and the awe-inspiring expanses of the surrounding Indian Ocean. While dining at Ile de France guests are guaranteed of two things: decadent dishes inspired by the rich flavours of local and international cuisine and a warm ambiance that will inspire awe and set your soul ablaze.
Saint Géran Restaurant captivates guests with its incredible setting and bewitches their senses with a menu brimming with tantalising island delicacies. The setting is a thatched rondavelle perched on the edge of a wooden jetty, the warm waters of the moonlit ocean gently wrapping itself gently around the structure. Inside, a combination of romantic lighting, irresistible aromas and beautiful wooden furniture draped in crisp linen creates an atmosphere of intimate fine dining. For guests seeking romance and spectacular cuisine in a magical setting, Saint Géran Restaurant delivers.
Grand Gaube is a remarkable stretch of coastline that sweeps across Mauritius’ pristine north coast. About 29 kilometres from Port Louis, the island’s capital, and a mere 6 kilometres from the humble boundaries of Cap Malheureux, Grand Gaube is ideally situated in a region that beautifully showcases the vibrant culture and warm hospitality of the Mauritian people. This region of the island is also no stranger to the arts thanks to acclaimed French writer, Bernardin de St. Pierre. In 1744, the ill-fated Le Saint Géran slave ship met its end on a fringing reef just off the coast of Grand Gaube and consequently inspired Bernardin de St. Pierre’s famed novel, Paul et Virginie.
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Canonnier Beachcomber enhances the authentic Mauritian atmosphere with commanding views over the nearby islands.
The perfect resort for those after a lovely beach, luxurious accommodation, loads of activities, a pampering spa & 5 star food!
Comfort and simplicity take centre stage. The hotel's architecture evokes the traditional Mediterranean style.
Victoria Beachcomber has universal appeal whether it be for a honeymoon, a family holiday, a conference or simply a great place to relax.
This is a serene holiday resort set amid a bouquet of coconut trees & glittering cerulean waters along the pristine east coast of Mauritius.
Mauritius' southwest coast is home to enchanting tropical forests & shorelines where silky sands glide effortlessly into the turquoise lagoon.
Encircled by dazzling beaches & surrounded by the turquoise depths of the Indian Ocean, few places on earth have more right to the claim PARADISE.
Paradis Hotel & Golf Club offers the perfect setting for a 5 star beach holiday on Mauritius' south western coastline.
Nestled on the protected Western Coast of Mauritius, Le Recif is midway between Grand Baie & Port Louis, the Capital.
Surrounded by magnificent tropical gardens & the shimmering lagoon of Anse la Raie, guests can stay in an ‘adults only’ or family wing.
Shandrani is a 5-star fully inclusive resort on the South Coast of Mauritius - well known for its spacious accommodation & superb facilities.
Trou aux Biches is one of the most upmarket holiday resorts in Mauritius, perfect for beach holidays & honeymoons.
Zilwa Attitude is an all-inclusive 4-star hotel on the sublime north coast of Mauritius, with the fisherman's village of Grand Gaube just a few miles away.