Luxury Mauritius

Mark and David's verdict
Mauritius is known by some as the three-star island with the five-star hotels, but that's not saying enough for the white sandy beaches or the forested highlands in the southwest. And maybe it's not saying enough for the hotels either, many of which are six-star retreats staffed by some of the nicest people on the planet.

Recommended tour operator: Beachcomber Tours

Beachcomber Tours says

Of all the luxury hotels on Mauritius, few are as stylish or as welcoming as the Beachcomber group of resorts.

  • Great service
  • Luxury hotels
  • Superb beaches

Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa boasts a superb setting on the private Le Morne peninsula – there is a dramatic mountain to one side and the sparkling Indian Ocean to the other. Dinarobin Beachcomber could hardly be better located.

Guests enjoy a choice of luxury accommodation including sumptuous suites positioned directly on the beach. The hotel’s friendly staff offer flawless service, and delicious cuisine is available in a choice of eight restaurants, four of which can be found along the beach at Dinarobin Beachcomber’s sister hotel, Paradis Hotel & Golf Club.

Dinarobin Beachcomber is home to one of the island’s finest spas. It also boasts spacious grounds, a choice of watersports and a free Kids Club for children aged 3 to 11. For golfers, the 18-hole Paradis Golf Course is right on your doorstep, plus there are a further two courses available locally where guests of Dinarobin Beachcomber enjoy discounted green fees.

Beachcomber Tours has specialised in selling tailor-made luxury holidays to Mauritius for more than 32 years and offers a choice of eight resorts perfect for an indulgent break, a family holiday, a honeymoon or a wedding abroad.

Click here for more about Dinarobin Beachcomber, Beachcomber’s other luxury hotels in Mauritius and the latest special offers.

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