La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Mauritius
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La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Hotel Overview
Behind its majestic doors, a magnificent residence of alluring Moorish architecture and romantic seclusion is revealed, welcoming the weary visitor.
With its unique architecture, La Palmeraie hotel offers every guest an intimacy that cannot be experienced elsewhere in Mauritius. The Andalucian atmosphere combined with the Mauritian culture invites guests to experience something new.Palmeraie welcomes you with a glass of refreshing mint tea and your Mauritius stay starts.
Room types at La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel
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Frangipane petals scattered across the bed, a striking contrast with the green and orange shaded fabric. Bright and spacious, the Superior rooms either have a garden view or a swimming pool view, an invitation to relax.
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Dedicated to honeymooners or those seeking a private solarium, all three of the Junior Suites are a perfect setting for a magical holiday where the beauty of your surroundings is only surpassed by the joy of the present moment. The rooms allow you to enjoy stunning views of the ocean and a private solarium with an outdoor sofa, overlooking the lagoon.
Ocean View Deluxe Room
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The Ocean View Deluxe Rooms offer an exceptional view of the lagoon. The ever changing skyline, shifting from blue to green to deep orange, offer a spectacular backdrop. Guests in the Ocean View Deluxe Rooms can admire the magnificent view from their own balcony. The vivid colours, Andalucian lights, and the intricately designed mosaic tiling honour Moorish design on this beautiful beach.
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Hotel Restaurants
East meets West... an exciting cultural fusion...
La Palmeraie features two restaurants and two bars presenting a fusion of food from around the globe for you to discover.Enjoy your meal by the pool or in the shade of a slender Filao tree.
Every space encapsulates its own unique charm and intimacy with uninterrupted ocean views. The gently swaying palm trees will remind you of the magical alchemy of La Palmeraie forevermore.
By the swimming pool, La Varangue offers a Moorish decoration accompanied with Mauritian charm. There's nothing more wonderful than taking your breakfast on this shaded terrace or enjoying a cup of tea at dawn on a beautiful day...
At dusk, the Moroccan lanterns brighten, the swimming pool illuminates, the stars appear in the sky and the beautifully set tables invite you to discover the different flavours of Mauritius.
The themed buffet will allow you to discover many different tastes of Mauritius, from Creole specialties to Asian influenced dishes such as sweet and sour, all combined with a touch of Indian spice. A real and exciting cultural fusion...
Red tuna filet served with a curry sauce, Babone fish tagine, lamb stew with grilled vegetable.... a festival of colours, flavours and aromas...the sweetest part, strawberry delicacy and almond ice cream, roasted pineapple with honey and thyme, lemongrass sherbet, to name just a few.
Buffet Breakfast: 07h30 - 10h30 - Dinner: 19h30 - 22hr30, either themed buffet or a la carte
Each evening Le Cotomili welcomes its guests in a “Thousand and One Arabian nights” ambiance. At dinner time, let yourself be carried away by the intimacy of this gourmet restaurant. The soft lighting and high blue ceiling will remind you of the sumptuous Riads of Morocco combining warm colours and intricate detail. Tables are beautifully set up with bright decoration, the contrast of colours and lighting guaranteeing a romantic atmosphere.
A fusion of Mediterranean, French and Oriental tradition inviting every guest on a unique journey... Roasted king prawn and crab soup with coriander for seafood flavours, lamb tagine and cardamom crème brulee for time honoured Moroccan delicacies.
Asian cuisine lovers can savour the 'beef filet skewers crusted with Szechuan pepper" and "crab meat spring rolls". All combined with the gentle breeze of the ocean.....
Open Monday to Saturday. Dinner: as from 20h00
There are moments both simple and beautiful. Enjoying a cocktail at the bar Le Flamboyant is one of them. The bar is at the heart of the terrace where the land meets the sea -a large room extending out to the lush gardens and pool, with comfortable chairs and the sea so close....
Le Flamboyant bar is an island of escape, a moment of well-being that allows everyone to come and simply enjoy the serenity of La Palmeraie. At lunch, snacks or a la carte dishes are available.
Light snacks are available throughout the day in the indoor lounge or by the poolside. Finally, the bar extends your evenings with colourful cocktails and flavoured rums.
Opening times: 09h00 to 23h00, every day - Lunch: 12h00 - 15h00
At the water's edge, between the parasols and the filaos you will find some pretty little tables on a wooden deck. The Deck offers simple and authentic dishes - a "light" menu of grills and salads which rival each other in colour and taste.
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Spa
At the heart of the hotel, out of sight, it is a haven of peace and well-being: Mogador, the spa of La Palmeraie. Four intimate cabins to take care of you.
Four different areas to meet your expectations every day. There, soap Morocco, Rasul, berber cereals ,argan oil ... natural products to ancestral virtues.Authentic products for traditional or modern care. Honey massage, scrub salty-sweet, milk bath with essential oils, application of hot stones ...
The range is vast and rich in discoveries. As for the "Inseparable", its benefits are provided in a room dedicated to couples.
The warm atmosphere and discreet soothes the mind while therapists provide care for their body. Be at your disposal to satisfy your expectations. You are unique, your care will be too.
Open daily from 9 hours to 20 hours
4 treatment rooms including 1 double-room
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Sport & Leisure Activities
Land and Sea Sporting Activities
La Palmeraie offers a great range of water sports: diving to discover the fauna and flora of the tropical lagoon, an authorized PADI diving centre situated near the hotel, kite surfing lessons (a school is located on the site of La Palmeraie), water skiing, kayaking, pedal boats ... a wide selection of activities, the feeling of total freedom!
A journey in glass bottom boat gives young ones the opportunity to discover the exceptional fauna and flora of the beautiful seabed.
Taking a ride in speedboats or hobbie cats will amaze you with the joy of gliding on crystalline waters.
Take an adventure to islands such as the mysteriously named Coin de Mire Island, 'ile aux Serpents' or 'Ile Ronde' - a wonderful journey that will make you feel like Robinson Crusoe.
In Mauritius, the joy of sport is matched only by the discovery of these landscapes where sea and mountains blend, to play their curves and colours.
Why not simply relax on the beautiful white sand beach and admire the shades of blue with the infinite shades?
Individual or double kayak - Glass bottom boat - Snorkeling with equipment (2 outings per day) - Windsurfing - Dinghy Sailing - Pedal Boating
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Kids Facilities & Kids Club
“Les P’tits Dodos is opened every day from 08h30 to 16h30 to children between the age of 3 and 10. Games and other playful activities are organized for different age groups (3 to 6-year old, 6 to 10-year old). Our dynamic and qualified personnel stretch their imagination to offer original and funny experiences and unforgettable holidays.
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Hotel Facilities
- Tea Coffee Service
- Air Conditioning
- Glass Bottom
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Location
La Palmeraie Boutique Hotel - Tripadvisor Reviews
What to Do in the Hotel's RegionGolf - East
Mauritius has a long experience as long as golf is concerned. Indeed, this sport was introduced in 1844, under the British rule, thus becoming the third country in the world to be introduced to golf.
Mauritius has set itself the objective of becoming the best golf destination in the Indian Ocean, and gradually a worldwide reference. It is worth mentioning that, in 2008, the country was the Golf Destination of the Year title by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGRO).
Today, Mauritius hosts eight 18-hole golf courses, as well as five 9-hole golf courses, most of them being situated within hotel resorts along the coastline. Most of them have been designed by famous golf course designers like Bernhard Langer, Ernie Els and Rodney Wright.
Golf courses have certified instructors, and all the materials like golf balls, clubs, caddies and carts can be hired. For those who wish to try their hand, private golf lessons are also available.
The unique thing about golf in Mauritius is that it can be practised under optimal conditions in breathtaking background scenery of gorgeous mountains and beaches that surround most of the golf courses.Kitesurf East
Although a lot of people are not aware of it, kite-surfing has its roots as far back as the early 1800s, but was formalized in the mid 1990s. It is often described as a mixture of different water and flying sports like windsurfing, wakeboarding, surfing and paragliding.
Mauritius, with its wide lagoons and South East Trade winds offers all the required ingredients for a thrilling kite surfing adventure. Mauritian waters offer opportunities both to beginners and experienced kite surfers; it is thus seeing more visitors choosing the destination for its kite surfing opportunities.
The country now counts 8 registered kite surf schools and rentals. As most water sports, these services are usually available within hotel premises, but are not limited exclusively to the hotel’s customers. Moreover, these schools main instructors have got the International Kiteboarding Organisation certification. These schools also offer kiteboard rental either per day or per week. The equipment is of international standards and regularly updated. Some schools also offer downwind and lagoon crossing trips for small groups interested in surfing around the island. However, they have to be booked well in advance for logistics reasons.
Even if experienced kite surfers are tempted to just go with the flow, it is advisable to have all necessary information, so as to know where the best spots are, what is the best time of the year and what are the precautions needed on specific spots.
Since water temperature will not go below 20°C, there is no unsuitable season for kite surfing. Even the winds make it possible to kite surf all year round. However, during the months of June to January, winds can get very strong.
Where in the East?
The advantage with the East coast, including the South East coast is that the kite surf spots there are adapted for all levels, the best period being from April to November. Spots in this region include Belle Mare, Pointe d'Esny and Blue Bay spots. Shallower spots are also available in Poste Lafayette, La Colombiere, Trou d’Eau Douce and L’ile aux Cerfs. The main drawback of this region however is that the lagoons are irregular in depth, and coral patches can thus be a hazard. Moreover, there are several passes in this region, with strong currents that can pull the kiters outside the lagoon. It is thus advisable to kite well inside the lagoon in this region.
Horseback riding is definitely not new to Mauritians, nor Mauritius. The least one can say is that it is a sport deeply rooted in the traditions of the country. The fact that we find here the oldest racecourse in the southern hemisphere is proof enough of that. The passion of horse racing is shared by (almost) all Mauritians. And that, irrespective of their ethnicity or social class...
But horseback riding is not practiced only on the Champ de Mars racecourse. There are quite a few equestrian centers on the island. You can most definitely stroll down the wide (and white) sandy beaches of the island on horseback. With the lapping waves in the background, you can enjoy the sun and scenery as a bonus. During the day, the sportiest and most experienced can also take a dip in the sea with their horses! This is a unique experience that can only leave you with good memories. In the evening, enjoy the sunset as you stroll quietly, alone, with your partner or your family.
The beach is not your favorite playground ? Well, you can also enjoy horse riding in lush vegetation on beautiful domains at the heart of the island. Some even extend over 2,000 hectares. You can also find equestrian centers in various localities of the island.
In the East
One of the largest domain of the island is located on the east coast. You can ride for more or less an hour and a half in a breathtaking scenery that will make you see Mauritius in a new angle. The icing on the cake? A whole bunch of activities and services are available for those accompanying the riders !
Ile Aux Cerfs Island
Tucked away in the secluded Eastern Coast of Mauritius, the renowned Ile aux Cerfs Island or literally known as Deer Island is a haven of relaxation, fun and entertainment. The island is spread over a lush vegetation of 100 hectares and is visited by tourists and locals due to its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and with a wide range of activities.
Known also for its best snorkeling areas, Ile aux Cerfs has beautiful coral reef teeming with a vibrant marine life where you can enjoy the rich underwater world. You do not have to be a good swimmer or diver to discover the realm of the marine ecosystem. You can try the underwater sea walk where you will have the chance to feed the beautiful fishes. Or simply try the thrilling parasailing to enjoy the bird’s eye view of the incredible Island and turquoise lagoon.
Also the island consists of many facilities such as small market, bathrooms, restaurants and also a five-star hotel with a golf course designed by the famous golf player Bernhard Lange. The course covers 38 hectares on the southern half of the Ile aux Cerfs Island with the holes snaking up and down the length of the island, boasting naturally undulating topography, volcanic rock outcrops, lakes and gullies, and a variety of tropical trees and plants.
Ile Aux Aigrettes
The virgin nature sanctuary of exotic and indigenous species, Ile aux Aigrettes - a tiny coral island (26 hectares) just off the Southern Coast of Mauritius is a nature reserve under the supervision of the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation. The island is a natural museum and home to many endemic and native animal and plant species.
Its flora is mainly composed of coastal ebony forest and strand scrub vegetations. There are 97 known introduced plant species on the island, and 28 are considered as major weeds. Pink Pigeons, Mauritius Fodies and Mauritius Olive White-eyes have also been reintroduced, along with the Aldabra Giant Tortoises (to replace the extinct giant tortoise species once found here). The beautiful endemic Ornate Day Gecko Phelsuma ornata still occurs on the island naturally. Captive Mauritius Fruit Bats can also be viewed on the island for educational and awareness purposes.
The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation solely manages and conducts tours. The usual tours take between 1½ and two hours and start from Pointe Jérome, around 250m Southeast of Le Preskîl hotel. Longer 'eco tours' of two to 2½ hours are also available. These allow you more time on the island and let you meet some members of the scientific teams working there. Tours involve a good deal of walking; wear comfortable shoes and bring a hat, sunscreen and water. At the end of the tour you can visit a small museum and shop.
Domaine De L’etoile
Domaine de L’Etoile is a huge private nature reserve extending over 1200 hectares of lush green forests and dense valleys. It has kept the island’s most spectacular panorama, indigenous forests, and bountiful valleys. This splendid reserve invites nature lovers to rejuvenate in the Eastern part of the island.
Expect exciting adventure moments such as the giant zip line course of 3,500 meters where you will get to see the breathtaking views, along with thrilling quad and buggy drive, horse riding, hiking and archery.
This former sugar domain is one of the most preserved regions in Mauritius boosting indigenous forests rich of several varieties of plants and trees with the famous ancient ebony trees and endemic species. The Domaine also includes crystalline sources and rivers that extend to distant mountains. Its natural environment favors the survival of wild animals, while you will be able to admire deers, boars, monkeys and bats as well as rare species of birds such as the “Cateau Vert” and the “Crescerelle”.
Head to the serene area of the restaurant where you will have the chance to savour the tantalising dishes with the genuine flavours of the local cuisine.
Belle Mare Beach
The Belle Mare beach is located in the secluded Eastern part of Mauritius. The beach has fine white sand fringed with lush casuarinas trees and is considered as one of the longest beaches in Mauritius.
It stretches from the Belle Mare village to the south till the village of Trou dÈau Douce.
The enticing Belle Mare beach has many top-end resorts and villas due to its incredible location and features.
Its shallow bay and crystal clear sea water has undoubtedly attracted many locals and tourists as well. You can relax, and sun bath or swim in the southern part of the beach, where you can practice a range of water activities such as snorkelling.
Fishing enthusiasts can enjoy deep-sea fishing for tuna, marlin and mako shark which are pretty much popular in this eastern part. Belle Mare also serves as a convenient base camp for a trek to 1,575-foot Lion Mountain, where sweeping views reward those who make the challenging hike to its peak.
Blue Bay Beach
Located in the South Eastern Coast of Mauritius, just some 15 minutes from the international airport, Blue Bay beach is an idyllic relaxing hideaway to get sunburn. The beach is very renowned for its best preserved marine ecosystem, incredibly serene ambiance, and shimmering emerald blue water.
The protected Marine park offers a great spot for glass bottom boat tours, diving and snorkeling. Take the chance to explore the rare beauty of the striking aquatic species, as the bay is a shallow haven of coral and colourful fish in all shapes and forms.
The Blue Bay beach can be somehow packed with many people picnicking during weekends, providing you a chance to mingle with the friendly locals. In addition, you will find plenty of snack food outlets offering tasty local food, or if you are craving for some other kind of cuisines, then there are many nearby restaurants available. But if you want some lone and tranquil time, then you can also visit the gorgeous Pointe Désny beach, where you can sunbathe, and relax.
Blue Bay Marine Park
The Blue Bay Marine Park is a Protected Area situated in the South Eastern Coast of Mauritius. This marine park extends over 353 hectares (3.5 km2) where you can find a diverse and rich fauna and flora especially the corals, mainly for a brain coral of diameter 6-7metres, with 108 of coral, 233 fish species, and 201 species of mollusks.
Besides, it also consists of mangroves, algae, sea grasses, corals, and other marine organisms. Different fish species include Damselfish, Surgeonfish, Butterfly-fish, juvenile Sailfin tangs, as well as tiny Pipefish and large Trumpet fish.
The marine park is an idyllic diving and snorkeling spot, as there is crystal clear water which offers great visibility with an average depth of 5.5m.
This area has the most vibrating marine ecosystem which has been well preserved. With a great view of the reef, fish and of large selection of corals, the Blue Bay Marine Park is a true haven to feast your eyes with the ocean beauty. There are also glass bottom trips where you will have the same privilege access but without getting drenched.
Mahebourg Historical Naval Museum
The Mahebourg Historical Naval Museum pays tribute to the 1810 battle naval of the Vieux Grand Port which lasted several days and was a great attempt by the British to conquer the island. It ended in defeat for the British and both sides suffered heavy casualties. The French victory is inscribed on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
At that time the museum was a hospital which catered for the injured commanders both of the French and English fleets for treatments. The story of the victory is retold in the museum, along with salvaged items - cannons, grapeshot and the all-important wine bottles - from the British frigate Magicienne, which sank in the battle.
The museum occupies three floors, where two of which are accessible to the public. On the ground floor wreckage of sailing ships that took part in the Grand Port battle, original cannon, cannonball, paintings and swords and weaponry of Robert Surcouf, the eighteenth-century corsair, popularly known as the king of the Corsairs. A large relief map shows the complicated reefs of Vieux Grand Port where the great battle took place. The bell, recovered from the wreckage of the St Geran which sunk off the east coast in 1744, is also on display. There is an interesting newspaper cutting of Charles Seabourne, who with survivors from the ship Trevessa, landed at Bel Ombre in the south in 1923 after spending 25 days at sea. On display are the ship's biscuits, a razor and the lid of a cigarette tin which they used to measure water rations. In a separate showcase is a Roll of Honour dedicated to Mauritians who died in World War II.
On the first floor are Labourdonnais' four-poster bed, two palanquins or wooden sedan-type chairs, which were borne by slaves to convey their masters through the country and a collection of coins, curios, model sailing ships and early maps, labelled in French and English.