Mauritius East Coast
Known by the rather romantic sobriquet of La Côte Sauvage (The Wild Coast), the island's east coast is a world away from the touts, nightclubs and souvenir shacks of Flic en Flac in the west and Grand Baie in the north. It does have its resorts, yes, but the east face of Mauritius feels blissfully untouched by mass tourism. Best of all, some of the island's very best beaches line this quiet coast. Not surprisingly, this is the most exclusive side of the island, and the congregation of luxury hotels attracts the kind of crowd likely to take a helicopter transfer from the airport when they arrive.
The closest the east comes to a resort is Trou d'Eau Douce, which has retained the feel of a sleepy fishing village despite rubbing shoulders with the grand hotels next door. It's the jumping-off point for the wildly popular Île aux Cerfs.
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Discover Mauritius, off the east coast of Madagascar, an island that has a rich cultural legacy with its Portuguese, Dutch, French, British and Indian influences, and features a mélange of breathtaking landscapes, whether inland or along the white beaches that embrace the island.
Centara Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa Mauritius is a contemporary interpretation of the island"s architectural heritage, seamlessly blending in with the lush surroundings and flanked by a pristine beach with its own sparkling lagoon to one side and a leaf-green mountain to the other. Located on Poste Lafayette"s costal road, on the scenic east coast, the resort is ideally placed to explore all the charms of the island.
The resort is a one-hour drive away from the international airport.
Situated on the north coast of Mauritius, in Kalodyne, close to the fishermen’s village of Grand Gaube, Zilwa Attitude hotel, with its 100% Mauritian concept, is different and unique a hymn to Mauritius… a true illustration of its soul and its traditions…
This 4* hotel is the ideal address for holidays full of discoveries, emotions and pleasures, the ideal place to relax, to recharge one’s batteries, to slow down, to share the simple and genuine life of the islanders. Zilwa is the Creole word for “islander”. The Creole language is understood and spoken by all Mauritians and has borrowed and interwoven words and expressions, quaint and amusing, old and modern from languages spoken by all races and cultures living on the island. During your stay, you will discover that Zilwa Attitude pays a smiling tribute to Creole throughout the hotel, the names of the restaurants as well as the riddles in the rooms are fun reminders…
Proudly situated in the quaint seaside village of Belle Mare on the east coast of Mauritius, against a vivid backdrop of the Indian Ocean, the vibrant beach hotel of LUX* Belle Mare welcomes you with a different approach to island luxury.
Enjoy the view of pristine white beaches and a sparkling lagoon from your traditionally thatched villa or suite at this exceptional hotel in Mauritius. Fully re-designed by international designer Kelly Hoppen, the resort is a very modern take on traditional Mauritian hospitality, with the discreet yet vibrant LUX* touch.
Wander past our LUX* Me spa and various tantalising restaurants before arriving at one of the island's largest swimming pools. Take a dip or be tempted by a fresh home-made ice cream packed with island fruits from our ICI vendors. Then get up close to the island's kaleidoscope of sea life or work on your swing at one of three world-class golf courses nearby the hotel. Whatever you decide, you're bound to be delighted at this luxury hotel in Mauritius.
Émeraude Beach Attitude faces one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, Belle Mare beach with its kilometres of white sand, turquoise and emerald lagoon running along the east coast.
Holidays are spent swimming and diving in a turquoise sea, without forgetting the magic of the glass bottom boat trips. To that genuinely Mauritian seaside holiday experience, the two bonuses offered are the beach attendance with Coco and his typically Mauritian beach cart, and the serenity of the Spa Attitude.
Wood, stone and thatch are widely used in decoration and architecture.
Built in the middle of a lush green garden, the four room bungalows totalising 61 rooms are decorated with refined taste and creativity.
Of small capacity, friendly and charming, this 3 star hotel, together with its Family Members* with their typical Mauritian expertise, reminds one of the old days gentle way of life.