I stayed here just last week and really had an excellent holiday, I didn't really know what to expect as I am not used to package holidays usually preferring to do my own thing. On arrival at the hotel to be greeted with a cold drink was very welcome as it was a tad warm. We arrived around midday but were shown to our room straightaway, we thought we had booked a standard room but were shown to a superior which was lovely, very spacious with an enormous bed, double sinks and a bath and shower and a nice little terrace looking out to the beach, we originally asked for a twin room but they don't have any, it didn't matter, the bed was so big you didn't feel like you were sharing! There was a stocked minibar in the room which they replenish everyday for free and tea and coffee making facilities and a safe.
The main restaurant is buffet style serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, there is a massive selection of food with the fish especially good, it was fine for a week but I think after that it might seem a little repetitive. We ate in the a la carte twice which was good, once for lunch and again on the evening of the wedding we attended whilst we were there, the hotel really pushed the boat out for the wedding, all aspects of the day were wonderful. We also ate at Le Cannonier, the sister hotel further around the bay which was also extremely good. If you got hungry between meals there were sandwiches in the bar in the morning and pancakes for a couple of hours in the afternoon.
We spent most of our time being lazy but did make use of the free pedalos one afternoon which were fun, there were other water sports you could try and plenty of trips available which we probably would have tried if we had been there longer.
The bar was nice and the cocktails both alcoholic and non alcoholic were good as was the beer, I like my wine and for me the house wine wasn't up to much with other alternatives expensive (£30 a bottle) but that is my only criticism. We went to the nightclub one night which was interesting, you have to pay for drinks in there.
Overall I thoroughly recommend this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A four-star resort in the heart of Grand Baie Located on the sun-drenched northern coast of Mauritius, Le Mauricia, a four-star Beachcomber hotel, is cosmopolitan and relaxed, simple yet cosy. Comfort and simplicity take centre stage. The hotel's architecture evokes the traditional Mediterranean style. All has been done to provide sweeping views of the bay from the public areas. The resort is within walking distance of the lively village of Grand Baie, one of Mauritius' main tourists' hubs, providing guests with a choice of restaurants, bars, discotheques and boutiques during their holiday in Mauritius. Le Mauricia also features a lovely wellness centre. Evoking a serene oasis, it has cabins designed to resemble nomadic tents, cleverly designed around a shaded pool. A range of land and water sports is on hand. Known as one of the most popular family resorts in Mauritius, Le Mauricia also provides an optional package called the "Beachcomber All-Inclusive Package" to allow families to relax in total peace of mind during their stay in Mauritius. Guests also have full access to the facilities of sister hotel Le Canonnier, another Beachcomber hotel located close to Le Mauricia. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Mauricia Grand Baie
- Hotel Le Mauricia
- Mauricia Beachcomber Resort & Spa Mauritius/Grand Baie