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Luxury Family Hotels In Mauritius

LUX* Grand Gaube LUX* Grand Gaube

Located in a cove overlooking the triple-bay beaches and calm lagoon, LUX* Grand Gaube is a crescent of low rise…

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The St. Regis Mauritius Resort

The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is a five-star luxury resort with 172 guest rooms and suites with breath-taking views over…

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Anahita Golf and Spa Resort

Stretching out majestically over 213 hectares of tropical gardens, Anahita The Resort is located on one of the most beautiful…

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Long Beach Golf & Spa Resort

Long Beach Golf & Spa Resort is located in Mauritius, one of the most scenic islands in the south west…

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Constance Belle Mare Plage

Constance Belle Mare Plage provides the ideal destination for families looking to combine relaxation with sports, golf and gastronomy.

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The Residence Mauritius

The old world elegance conceals fabulous children's facilities on a long stretch of white sand

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Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa

Stylish suites on their own island are linked by bridge or private boat to the extensive beachside facilities

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LUX* Belle Mare

The blue lagoon hosts wonderful watersports while the kids club offers Mauritian games and memorable ice cream

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Heritage Villas, Mauritius

Self catering villas with access to the full 5-star resort, with a chef and butler to help you out

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Heritage Le Telfair Golf Resort and Spa

Gourmet dining at this luxurious plantation style resort, not to mention a wealth of land and water sports

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Mauritius is a mosaic of cultures. Its ethnic mix of Indian, French, Creole, Chinese and Muslim inhabitants have created an exciting island full of generous hospitality and delicious cuisine. Unrivalled service levels and outstanding hotels have marked this island as one of the best tourist destinations in the world.

The northern part of the island, Grand-Baie, with its cosmopolitan shopping area and scattering of lovely bars and restaurants, is perhaps the most appealing part of Mauritius. The beaches are some of the best on the island and if it’s fishing you’re into, this is the place to do it. Nature enthusiasts should venture southwest where the scenery changes to dramatic mountains and forested landscapes laced with waterfalls. Its most important landmarks are the Botanical Gardens of Pamplemousses, famous for their giant water lilies and vibrant trees and plants, and the Black River Gorges National Park.

The island lies some 1,500 miles off the East coast of Africa. It has a varied landscape, spread over 720 square miles. Indeed, it is the jewel of the Indian Ocean, with 100 miles of superb coastline, multi-coloured coral reefs and dramatic mountain landscapes. With average day-time temperatures of 22°C in winter and 31°C in summer in coastal regions, the island is an ideal year-round destination. The “rainbow” population consists of approximately 1.3 million inhabitants of various ethnic origins, from India, China, Africa and Europe.

The charm of Mauritius lies in its people and the nature of its offerings; whether it’s golf, water sports or relaxation you’re into, there is more than enough to keep you coming back for more.