A luxury resort Mauritius: great for watersports, the beach, lagoons, reefs and relaxation. Here are the top resorts that we can really make a great vacation happen. While there are dozens of Mauritius hotels and resorts around this sun drenched, white sand Indian Ocean island off the cost of Africa. Many great resorts are close to Le Morne but there are also a lot of great getaways and hidden gems.
Because of it's location, many flights come from Europe (more than 30 a week), with the Air France route from Paris a popular one. Flights arrive near the capital of Port Louis, from which you are whisked of to your accommodation.
Mauritius has a great climate, from about 22°C in winter to the mid 30's in summer. You generally won’t need to arrange and special visas or immunisations.
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This is a resort hotel comprising bungalow-like suites. It's located in a 48-acre tropical garden at the foot of Le Morne Mountain.
The hotel's Clarins Spa has an extensive range of treatments. It also has two Balneo therapy rooms and a hydro-massage suite.
Other activities include water sports (water-skiing, windsurfing, snorkeling, glass-bottomed, more), table tennis, volleyball, mountain biking and aerobics classes. Golf is available at the neighbouring hotel. Dining at the restaurants includes fusion dishes, French cuisine and seafood.
The 172 guestrooms
decor in warm earth tones with wicker seating, rich fabrics and
indigenous exotic touches. All have verandas with views over the lagoon.
Reviewers say it was a great spot for a honeymoon. They say it's 5 star all the way, food is priced well, the kids club is great and that it has some minor flaws but great overall.
On a wonderful Balaclava beach, The Oberoi Mauritius is friendly to families and couples alike. Within easy reach, Pointe aux Piments and with all the facilities you could need in a luxury resort including Water-skiing, scuba, and snorkeling.
This resort is a top choice and enjoys some of the best reviews in the area. A 72 rooms 5 star, luxury resort in Mauritius. Guests love the luxury pavilion, spa, private pools, cookery class, wine tasting, yoga and tai chi.
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Located close to Mont Choisy Beach and 70 km from the airport. This resort is a complex of 15 bungalows and studios.
There's a pool, garden, multilingual staff and tour assistance. There is no restaurant in this self-catering complex, but typical Mauritian food can be prepared by a maid. A BBQ is on site and there's a supermarket nearby.
is 75 metres away and one of the longest and largest in the
area. There you can sail, motor-boat, fish, dive, water ski and more.
nearest golf course is 40 km away.
The 10 bungalows
and 4 suites have air conditioning,
living areas, kitchens and verandas, terraces or balconies.
Reviewers said the sea-facing junior suite was worth the extra cost, it's very classy, maybe the best resort in Mauritius (or close to it), it's in a great location and there's something for everyone.
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Located along a sandy beach and in tropical gardens, this resort takes its inspiration from plantation houses.
The spa has
9 treatment rooms and overlooks the lagoon. Activities
include complimentary watersports (pools, water skiing, wind surfing,
snorkeling, more), tennis and volleyball. There's also a sauna,
fitness equipment and a kids club (ages 3-12).
There are a lot of options for dining.
They include lunch and dinner
buffets at the dining room as well as some restaurant options and a
There are 135 guestrooms and 28 suites. Bathrooms are a mix of marble and wood. Each room or suite has a butler who will unpack for you, iron for you and more. At night, they put a few drops of Ylang Ylang on a ceramic ring beside your bed.
Reviewers say it's a great place both for a honeymoon and for families with young kids. Past guests really love this resort saying that the service is fantastic and beachfront rooms have great views. Be aware that there are sometimes a lot of kids here.
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This 5 star with an outdoor pool, a health club, a spa tub, a sauna, gets great reviews (better than most). Guests like the happy hour (although an expensive resort) water sports the vista bar and access to the glass bottom boat. (Not our top pick but good.)
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This beachfront resort consists of traditional-style
huts set in
tropical gardens and overlooking a lagoon. The airport is 45 km away.
A gangplank leads through mangrove trees to the unique floating
restaurant that serves grills, seafood and Mauritian
There's a pool on the end of the beach, 2 18-hole championship golf courses, tennis courts, a fitness club, beauty treatments and massage and watersports.
The kids club has a separate games room, dining area and pool.
The 76 thatched
roof suites with vibrant colours and rich dark wood furniture. All have
air conditioning and Internet.
Reviewers say it has great food, has a real French influence, great for families with small kids and it's really relaxing.
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Families and Couples seem to enjoy this five star Mauritius Luxury Resort with 4 pools and 3 restaurants to a high degree.
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The late 2017 upgrades are seen big improvements on what has already been an outstanding resort.
Located on the Belle Mare peninsula on the north-east coast of Mauritius. It's under an hour from the airport and capital city.
The highlights include a 9-hole golf course (18-holes also nearby), a full-service spa (8 treatment rooms plus a hairdressing salon), the Matt Roberts Fitness Center (personal training, stress management and nutritional advice available).
Other activities include tennis, watersports (including hobiecats, snorkeling, PADI certification and deep sea fishing), a kids club and Club One (for 12-18 year olds).
There are a number of restaurants and bars here. You can choose from
Asian, Indian, French or Chinese food.
There are 175 guestrooms and suites. Beds have Egyptian linens and goose down pillows. Bathrooms have mist-free mirrors and aromatherapy oils. There's also Internet, satellite TV and a range of DVDs available.
Reviewers give this resort almost perfect scores. They note that the rooms a large, the Indian food is great, it's a true 5 star hotel and there's great service. Some made complaints about the beach and rooms during cyclone season.
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Mauritius vs Maldives: The comparison between Mauritius and Maldives often stems from their shared reputation as dreamy island destinations. Both have pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters. While the Maldives consists of over 1,000 coral islands grouped in 26 atolls, Mauritius is a singular volcanic island with diverse terrain from rainforests and waterfalls to sandy beaches.
If over-water bungalows and snorkeling right off your doorstep is what you crave, the Maldives may have the edge. But Mauritius offers a diverse range of experiences: hiking in the Black River Gorges National Park, visiting the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, and exploring cultural sites like the Aapravasi Ghat.
Verdict: Both are luxurious in their own right. Choose the Maldives for unparalleled underwater experiences and seclusion. Opt for Mauritius if you desire a mix of beach relaxation and diverse island exploration.
Mauritius vs Fiji: Fiji, with its 330 islands, brings its own allure of South Pacific charm, distinct from the Indian Ocean beauty of Mauritius. Fiji’s culture, with its welcoming 'Bula' spirit and traditional ceremonies, is palpable. Mauritius, however, boasts a melting pot of cultures from French, Indian, Creole, and Chinese influences.
Verdict: For those looking for rich cultural experiences alongside beaches, Mauritius wins. If the South Pacific charm and unique island hopping adventures beckon, Fiji is your call.
Mauritius vs Seychelles: Mauritius and Seychelles both claim to be slices of paradise. While Mauritius is larger and offers more varied attractions, Seychelles, with its 115 islands, is known for its untouched beaches and unique granite rock formations. Seychelles might feel more exclusive and remote, while Mauritius offers a blend of luxury and activity.
Verdict: Those seeking sheer natural beauty and seclusion might lean towards Seychelles. If you want a combination of luxury, activities, and culture, Mauritius takes the cake.
Mauritius Best Resorts for Honeymoon: LUX* Le Morne and Constance Le Prince Maurice stand out for honeymooners. They promise romantic beach dinners, sunset cruises, and ultimate privacy.
Mauritius Best Resorts for Family: For families, Beachcomber's Shandrani Resort & Spa or Long Beach Mauritius offers kid's clubs, family-friendly rooms, and a myriad of activities to keep the little ones entertained.
Mauritius holds its ground as one of the world’s premier travel destinations, capable of delivering luxury, adventure, culture, and natural beauty in equal measure. While other locations bring their unique charms, Mauritius remains a holistic experience, one that satiates travelers of all kinds. Whether honeymooning or holidaying with family, this Indian Ocean gem won't disappoint.
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