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um espetaculo de hotel.... tudo perfeito.... atendimento unico, areas de lazer perfeitas, restaurantes de otima qualidade, em frente a praia, piscinas sao um atracao a parte , o hotel possui umas 3 uma mais bonita q a outra.... recomendooo
"Honeymoon in Mauritius"
After our blessed and AWESOME wedding we were blown away by the beauty and spoilt factor whilst checking in. The resort is truly breathtaking and the staff eager to please. Being our honeymoon we awarded ourselves the luxury of this beautiful resort. Included in the package we secured is a candlelight dinner - disappointing to learn that it is amongst other diners. We would have to pay extra should we want a private spot on the beach (as we understood) or on the private Ocean Vista deck.
"High quality relaxation"
An amazing holiday, where the sum of the parts felt more than each part on its own. Highlight for us was all coming together at the mystique bar each evening for sundown husband and younger daughter fresh from yoga class, elder daughter and wife from gym or spa. A brilliant way to close off a relaxing day and make the big decision about where to eat dinner. Our room was wonderful - ground floor so we opened our terrace doors each morning and watched the sea as we lay in the mega comfortable bed. Our room was a 100m from the beach, with nothing blocking our view of the sea. The room had a huge main bed and also a great bed made up for our two daughters so all 4 of us were accommodated in one room extremely spaciously and comfortably. Great bathroom!! Lovely room maid - Kanishma (I really hope i have the spelling right!) - she did the most incredible towel origami and we came home each day to crocodiles, elephants, crabs and more - beautiful personal touches that made you feel you were in a much smaller hotel! Pool - we stayed at the main pool as the other one was adults only. Great pool - sun beds comfortable and spaced out so you never felt crowded. Great pool staff who would come with cocktails at the blink of an eye even if you looked thirsty and hadn't yet ordered! They knew we were on the premium all inclusive (PAI) (hugely recommend) so we all got our favourites esp the children! Spa very nice - i had a massage which was pretty perfect and they also had some lovely products. Boathouse - pedals and kayaks and Lasers and never seemed to be a queue. Went out snorkelling with them. We used the hotel next doors dive school (Maritim) which I am very glad about). Restaurants - all good. Wish we had gone to Mystique more for lunch - we seemed to miss out on that option when it was explained to us on arrival - best lunch we had. They also do lovely sushi and tapas in the evening. Mystique is definitely the under sold restaurant here and it is a gem, esp for sundowners. Kangan- fabulous food served beautifully by Kushal. Definitely the best restaurant they have for special occasions and even on the PAI not a huge amount extra to pay. Fusion good but nothing close in comparison. Beach Grill is a bit overrated on other advice sites i have seen - a nice setting but slightly pedestrian. Seasonal tastes - great for breakfast, busy for dinner- which table and waiter you get makes a huge difference to your experience.
"Why is there a window into my bedroom from the bathroom'"
We stayed here for our wedding anniversary last month, after deciding it wasn't too far from Johannesburg, where I was working. After a long flight, and a longer taxi transfer - this hotel is in the middle of nowhere, you get dropped at the entrance - you get taken to the bar area and given cool drinks. Then one of the staff relieves you of a credit card, reels off a long list of where to go, where to eat, subsidies, and the like - by which point your head is spinning...then a golf buggy takes you and your luggage to your room. We were in block 14, which overlooks the "tranquility pool", which is adults only, and bliss - fairly quiet, and is next to the beach bar. Parasols have call buttons on, so you don't have to wait forever for a beer that will set you back a small fortune. Even tap water costs here. Blocks 6 and 8 are each side of the main facilities block, so might smell of food, or might be noisy from the bar/piano in the evening. Nice airy room 1411 (on the first floor), not sure why we have to have a picture window looking from the bathroom through the bedroom - do I need to see the sea whilst I clean my teeth' And hear all my husband's ablutions' Plenty of wardrobe space, though very dark - don't put black clothes on the bottom shelf! Amenities were replaced sporadically, maybe there's a shortage of cotton buds in Balaclava. Nice balcony looking out over the pool, and the sea. Walk through the villas to the buffet restaurant - plenty of outside seating, where you'll be plagued by flies, cheeky sparrows and bulbuls. Inside is still open air, there are no walls here. Serving areas are a bit hectic, no clear queuing - as the horrid woman who accused me of queue jumping one evening discovered - you may have ruined my dinner, however you didn't quite wreck my holiday. Indian food at Kangan is excellent, don't get carried away and over order. Compliment to Niki, who needs to go into comedy. Fusion was a little over engineered for my tastes, Mystique is tapas style, and delivered in a random pattern. The beach is coral, bring beach shoes. The hotel beach towels are on a one per person basis, and too small to cover the loungers - so if you have room, bring your own. And so to the Executive club lounge....what a disappointment. To start with, it's tucked behind reception, and has a glorious view of - a brick wall. No beach, and certainly no sunset action here. The buffet spread at breakfast is good, being a smaller version of the buffet restaurant. No idea what happens at lunch, or afternoon tea...however do not, in any way expect to use the evening canapés to pre-load before dinner and save money. It seems to be a sad selection of cheese, crackers and olives. No cocktail sticks, so hummus & tapenade have to be scooped up - or grab a teaspoon. The crackers run out, then cheese runs out, then they bring more...hummus - and eventually crackers - though no cheese. or vice versa. Just so disorganised! Try a G&T, see if you can taste the gin - and then realise why everyone is on wine. Drinks are also far too early - from 5.30 - and seating is limited - so everyone comes straight from the beach in shabby shorts and T's, and takes it in turn to go shower whilst one saves a seat. I guess the minimalistic canapés is also one reason you don't get too many kids in here either. I just hated having to decide between watching sunset, or having a pre-dinner drink... Word to the wise - get thee to the duty free whilst waiting for luggage. Then mix your own G&T, and sit on the beach to watch the sun go down. And drink beer at £1 per tin by the pool. Switch off the coffee machine, or it glows all night. You may also need to switch off the telly, whilst we christened Evil Edna, as it has a huge blue glowing power button. Like wise the air-con control, which is green. In fact, what with the red light on the anti-mossie diffuser, the room is practically radioactive! Expect to spend a fortune on taxis if you don't hire a car, as it's fairly remote - not even to walk to the hotel next door.
"Amazing Hotel, great staff"
This hotel was incredible from the moment we arrived, everything had an air of luxury about it, the staff was so so good, they would recommend drinks and food for us. We came here at the end of our honey moon after 11 days in South Africa, we stayed in an ocean delux room which was stunning with the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in. A great place to relax and unwind, would recommend to anyone. My only critic and this is probably just because they have so many honeymoon couples was that nothing additional or special was done to mark the occasion, not that I expect it but every other hotel we stayed in did something above and beyond. But all round a fantastic experience.
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Check-in: 14:00, Check-out: 12:00