Constance Le Prince Maurice enjoys an idyllic location on the north-east coast of Mauritius. It is 15 minutes from the airport by helicopter and 35 km from the capital Port Louis. Constance Le Prince Maurice is situated on 60 hectares of private land which is completely unspoilt, sheltered from the prevailing winds and ensuring maximum privacy for its guests. Its tropical gardens consist of rare and luxuriant vegetation and the calm turquoise lagoon blends perfectly with the fresh green hinterland and the secluded beaches of brilliant white sand. A natural fish reserve situated in the western part of the hotel adds to the uniqueness and natural beauty of the location.
Constance Le Prince Maurice evokes the splendour of a distant era: the spice trade. Prince Maurice of Orange and of Nassau, after whom Constance Le Prince Maurice is named, was indeed the one who pioneered the discovery of those 'divine essences', in the Indian Ocean. One of the most symbolic of all spices – nutmeg – has been chosen to be the hotel's logo.
The Junior Suites, all with thatched roofs, are distributed in units comprising each 8 Suites. 68 of them are on ground floor or first floor. 8 are on stilts above a natural fish reserve (no swimming allowed). They include one bedroom with an indoor sitting area and a terrace or balcony, one bathroom with double vanities, shower and separate wc. Interleading Junior Suites are available.
The Senior Suites are situated in individual thatched roof villas, 9 of them are with private heated swimming pool and located on the beach while three others are on stilts overlooking a natural fish reserve (no swimming allowed). Senior suites have one bedroom, a living room with dining/sitting area with adjacent shower and toilet, walk-in closet, outdoor soaking bath and a wide terrace.
L' Archipel restaurant, located in the main building, overlooks the pool and the beach. In an elegant setup, opened on nature and water basins, it offers an 'à la carte' menu with light, spicy flavoured gourmet food. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A new Asian Corner has been opened within the restaurant and will serve four nights a week a fantastic selection of Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Indonesian and Indian cuisine . There will also be a slight Mauritian influence - for example there is 'Mauritian flavoured Maki' as a starter. The Asian Corner is available to guests on a half board basis at a supplement.
Le Barachois enjoys a spectacular preserved setting on the lagoon and a panoramic view on a mountain range. Its entrance via a snaking gangplank through the mangrove trees adds a magic spell to the place. This floating restaurant, unique on the island, is open for dinner and offers daily specials including grills, seafood and Mauritian delicacies.
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