Lodges

Constance Le Prince Maurice

A promontory of Mauritian luxury

Constance Le Prince Maurice

The hotel’s location, away from it all on the edge of a leafy peninsula on Mauritius’ east coast, adds to its ambiance of privacy and exclusivity. Turquoise waters lap the white-powder beaches and run beneath the twelve private villas and distinguished floating restaurant. Thatch, wood, palm and water all combine offering guests a five-star experience with a luxury village-style resort feel. We’re not the only ones who like it … the hotel dominated the 2016 World Travel Awards winning four prestigious categories including World’s Leading Luxury Resort.

At the lodge

The hotel

The hotel was named after Prince Maurice Van Nassau, a pioneer of the spice trade in the Indian Ocean and it's only fitting that each treasured space, from your sun lounger on the beach to the Sisley spa and floating restaurant - is fit for royalty. Although opulent and grand, the public areas are softened by the thatch roofs and watery oasis created by the myriad of swimming pools and surrounding azure sea. There are four gourmet restaurants on site.

The rooms

Guest rooms ooze luxury and convenience and are characterised by their wooden Mauritian style. The interior design incorporates the principles of Feng Shui. Newbies will enjoy sleeping on a bed high above the ground, which helps the circulation of your Qi. The beach villa offers a special experience as your exquisite thatched apartment is perched over the Indian Ocean. You don’t get more “near the water” than this.

On safari

Experiences

It's a watery wonderland so why not explore it. The hotel is armed to the teeth to make your watersport dreams come true. The checklist includes snorkelling, diving, fishing, sailing, paddle boarding, water skiing and more. If you fancy a round of golf there are two courses to choose from. The hotel gets our nod because of its attention to detail for the little ones, with an impressive kids club accommodating children from age four to 11.

When to go

Mauritius by month

January

Season: Wet

February

Season: Wet

March

Season: Wet

April

Season: Wet

May

Season: Dry

June

Season: Dry

July

Season: Dry

August

Season: Dry

September

Season: Dry

October

Season: Dry

November

Season: Dry

December

Season: Wet

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