These apartments are set in a secluded spot just off the main streets of the buzz of Flic en Flac. Located on one of the best beaches on the West coast of Mauritius they are in easy reach of shops and restaurants. You are in the perfect situation to make the most of snorkeling and other water sports which are all on offer nearby as well as the lively nightlife should you wish.
Reasons to Book Cap Ouest
Brand new property set in two acres of palm-strewn, beach-facing gardens.
Spectacular sunsets every night.
One of the best beaches on the west coast.
Close proximity to hotel facilities and the buzz of Flic en Flac.
Superb snorkeling the on the resort’s own coral reef.
If you have ever dreamed of stepping directly onto a white sandy beach from your front door then a Beachfront Apartment is what you have been looking for. Your apartment commands uninterrupted views across the Indian Ocean to the horizon where you can watch the sun set at the end of every idyllic day of your holiday. It is the perfect haven from which to experience beachfront living.
3 or 2 bedroom apartments
All bedrooms have queen sized beds
All Master bedroom have their own TV and a mini safe.
With luxuriously spacious open-plan living on offer indoors, it is fortunate that your Penthouse gives you such fabulous panoramic views from its wrap-around, glass-fronted balcony or you may never venture outside. You can take full advantage of the tropical vista from your private plunge pool. It really is heaven on earth.
“Location is top and the beach is one of the best beaches in Mauritius as told to me by a local. The apartment complex is private with its own swimming pools and security. Inside there are plenty of room and is very well equipped with everything you would need. We were also provided with a supply of essentials like fruits, tea, coffee, coke, beer, milk, juice, yoghurt, butter and bread to start our stay. The maids also come daily to clean up. There is free Wi-Fi. We also had complimentary breakfast prepared for us the first day we arrived. ”