Mauritius Hotels, Resorts & Accommodation

Mauritius Hotels & Resorts

Find the perfect place to stay in magical Mauritius! Mauritius is an island nation off the southeast coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean, about 870 kilometres east of Madagascar. In addition to the island of Mauritius, the Republic includes the islands of Cargados Carajos, Rodrigues and the Agalega Islands. Mauritius Island is part of the Mascarene Islands, and its capital city is Port Louis.

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» Grand Baie Hotels

Grand Baie Hotels, Mauritius

Grand Baie may well be the most renowned village in Mauritius. It owes its popularity to the enchanting quality of its emerald waters and to its liveliness by day or by night. It offers facilities for safe swimming, sailing, windsurfing, and water skiing, and is also the departure point for helicopter excursions, deep sea fishing and for excursions to the islands to the north of Mauritius …

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» Flic-en-Flac Hotels

Flic-en-Flac Hotels, Mauritius

Flic-en-Flac has become the second tourist area of Mauritius after Grand Baie. Flic en Flac is located in the district of Black River on the western coast of the island of Mauritius. The area has the nicest beaches of the island protected by the surrounding coral reefs. The region is protected from the South east trade winds by a chain of mountains …

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» Chemin Grenier Hotels

Chemin Grenier Hotels, Mauritius

Chemin Grenier is a village in the Savanne District in Mauritius. It is the busiest and largest village in the Southern part of the country …

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» Grand Gaube Hotels

Grand Gaube Hotels, Mauritius

Grand Gaube is a town located in the Riviere du Rempart District, northern Mauritius. It lies on the coast of the Indian Ocean. In the 60's and 70's its population was exclusively the Mauritian Creoles and Indo Mauritians, a handful of Franco Mauritians and three shop-keeper Chinese families …

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» Le Morne Hotels

Le Morne Hotels, Mauritius

Le Morne Brabant is a peninsula at the extreme south-western tip of Mauritius and the most windward side of the island. It is highlighted by a single standing basaltic rock with a summit of 556 metres above sea level, the most imposing sight on Mauritius. There are many overhanging caves on the steep slopes. It is surrounded by a lagoon and is a famous tourist attraction …

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» Mahebourg Hotels

Mahebourg Hotels, Mauritius

Mahebourg is a small city on the southeastern coast of the island of Mauritiusand a bustling centre of local trade. The new waterfront complex promises some memorable walks along the sea-side. It even has a casino, mark of a developing tourism industry. There is a growing number of small inns in the city itself and the surrounding districts …

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» Pamplemousses Hotels

Pamplemousses Hotels, Mauritius

Pamplemousses is a district of Mauritius in the north of the island, and is one of the most densely populated parts of the island. The name of the district comes from the French word for grapefruits. Its capital is Triolet. It hosts the SSR botanical garden, or Jardin Botanique Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, renamed in 1988 in honor of the first prime minister of Mauritius …

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» Trou aux Biches Hotels

Trou aux Biches Hotels, Mauritius

Trou aux Biches is a major tourist resort in the northwest of Mauritius. it is located on the Indian Ocean coast of the Pamplemousses region, to the south of the headland of Pointe aux Canonniers, 15 kilometres north of the national capital Port Louis …

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Mauritius with Virgin Holidays

Surrounded by sandy white beaches and cooled by trade winds, Mauritius is a tropical island paradise, par excellence. A wonderful place to get married and enjoy a dreamy honeymoon, it nestles amidst the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. There’s certainly something special about a holiday in Mauritius. If you’ve never had the pleasure of visiting Mauritius before, you’ll be very impressed by the sparkling seas, the vibrant colours and the warmth of the locals …

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» Mauritius with Directline Holidays

Mauritius with Directline Holidays

Mauritius is a beautiful holiday island in the Indian Ocean. Though close to Africa, it's more influenced by its British and French history and a large Indian community. Aside from the Mauritius Christmas holiday and New Year holiday period, it doesn't really have a high or low holiday season. The winter in Mauritius is from July to September, when daytime temperatures are lower. With less rain and humidity, this is one of the best times to visit. Between January and April, the days can prove hot and humid. December to March is the best holiday season for diving, when the sea is clear. Holidays to Mauritius are now available from a couple of UK tour operators. …

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Mauritius Destination Guide

The climate of Mauritius is tropical, modified by southeast trade winds; there is a warm, dry winter from May to November and a hot, wet, and humid summer from November to May …


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