The Archipel restaurant, one of three to choose from
Looking through the lobby to the pool
Book in for a massage by the ocean
Visit the U-spa for some pampering
It was the stunning lagoon setting, soft sandy beaches and the wooden walkways that disappear into the mysterious mangroves that drew us to Le Prince Maurice. The intimate setting of this resort, nestled along its secluded peninsular on the north-east of the island, naturally lends itself to romance and tranquillity – you can actually feel yourself relax and life slowing down from the minute you arrive.
The accommodation is of a very high standard with only suites and villas available. They are all set amidst verdant, tropical gardens with beach, sea or lagoon views – choose a suite on stilts to fully enjoy the tropical marine life in le barachois below your feet.
Guests can enjoy complimentary golf at the two 18-hole championship courses only five minutes away. When you want a break from the active lifestyle, you can make the most of the highly recommended spa or be caressed by the cooling tropical breeze whilst enjoying any of the exquisite restaurants.
Reasons to book at The Prince Maurice
Boutique style resort – relax and unplug in this tranquil setting.
Suite or villa accommodation only – The villas on stilts set out on the lagoon are the perfect honeymoon setting
Exceptional cuisine across all restaurants in a stunning lagoon setting
3 Restaurants & 3 bars and a wine Cellar
Le Barachois floating restaurant is a must-try experience.
Complementary golf at the nearby Legends and Links 18-hole championship golf courses – 5 minutes away with free shuttle.
Two communal pools including a 24m lap pool overlooking the ocean.
The only hotel on Mauritius to offer fly fishing.
Divine U Spa & gym
Complementary kids’ club – from age 4 to 11 years
Complementary water sports: water skiing, hobbie cats, windsurfing etc and a weekly free kitesurf tutorial
“I have never been back to the same hotel in my years of travelling this fantastic globe, and wondered if I had made a mistake in choosing to return to Le Prince Maurice. I need not have worried. The hotel was even more luxurious after its refurbishment, and the service… well, what can I say.”