Constance Le Prince Maurice
- Children can discover a world of their own at the Constance Kids Club
- Stroll down a lantern-lit gangplank through mangrove trees and enjoy a romantic dinner at Le Barachois, the restaurant that floats above the calm waters of the lagoon
- Indulge in a “Rum Spirit” at the spa – not a cocktail but a massage with rapturous vanilla, cinnamon and aged rum fragrances
- Access to two complimentray golf courses at their sister hotel Constance Belle Mare Plage
A member of the “Leading Hotels of the World”, the Constance Le Prince Maurice sits proudly in an intimate and secluded setting on the east coast. The ultimate romantic hideaway where stunning architectural design meets relaxed luxury.
The spacious Junior Suites are built in a traditional design using local stone and thatched roofs, reflecting traditional Mauritian influences and the spice route theme of the hotel. Beautifully decorated Villas with private pools are perfect for those travelling with family or friends. Some of the suites and villas are on stilts perched above the natural fish reserve on the edge of a lagoon. Two and three bedroom options are also available.
If you can tear yourself away from your lounger there is plenty to keep guests busy, from waterskiing, wakeboarding and Hobie Cat sailing, to yoga, tennis and beach volleyball. Golfers can enjoy challenging rounds on two championship courses, The Legends and The Links, at sister hotel Constance Belle Mare Plage, just a short shuttle ride away. Both courses are complimentary for guests.
If gastronomic excellence is high on your wish list then savour the elegant gourmet treats or barefoot snacks on the beach with the hotels selection of delectable dining options. Banish any gourmet guilt with a visit to the Spa de Constance and de-stress with a Constance massage using Sisley products. Children and teens can also enjoy specially designed fun and playful treatments at the spa like a bubble foot bath and Coco foot massage!
Constance Le Prince Maurice Room Details
Junior Suites are located in thatched villa-style buildins housing up to eight suites in single or double-storey buildings scattered through the gardens facing the sea between beaches. Eight have direct beach access and eight are set on stilts over the 'barachois' (natural fish reserve). All are lavishly appointed and have a sitting area. Interleading Junior suites can be requested.
The 12 thatched individual Villas (nine with beach access with private heated pool, three on stilts over the barachois without pool), each boast a separate living/dining room and more spacious bathroom with whirlpool bath plus an outdoor private courtyard sunken bathtub and a guest shower/wc.
The new (2012) Family Suites comprise a main ensuite bedroom similar to Junior Suites but with the addition of a children's bedroom with bunk beds and en suite shower bathroom to the side. 10 are on the ground floor or first floor with sea or garden views and two have direct beach access.
Located directly on the beach in a secluded area offering the most privacy, the Princely Suite comprises two Juior Suites and one Villa linked by three terraces with dining/seating area, two private pools and a kitchenette for service staff.
No. of Rooms: 88
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Restaurants / Bars
L'Archipel is located in the main building and overlooks the beach and is partly open air. It offers an a la carte menu with Mauritian influences and themed buffet dinners. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
La Barachios is a unique floating seafood restaurant and comprises of 5 wooden decks over the natural fish reserve and natural lagoon with unspoiled views of the mountains. Open for dinner only and ideal for sunset drinks
Le Beach Deck is located on a wooden deck directly on the beach. Open for lunch and themed dinners
Asian Restaurant situated in the Laguna bar area is open for lunch and dinner and offers Asian specialities including sushi
Laguna Bar is open until midnight and over looks the pool and beach
Lotus Lounge is a trendy lounge bar and open till 11.30. Ideal for pre dinner drinks
Wine Cellar adjoining Archipel offers a dedicated area for wine tasting
With its classic tropical climate, Mauritius is generally blessed with warm, sunny weather throughout the year; however, you may prefer to visit the island during the cooler, drier months of May to October, when it is not quite as humid.
The South-East trade winds mean that generally twice as much rain falls in this area of the island at this time, so we recommend staying on the North West coast as they are protected by the mountains. Cyclones are possible between Novemeber and April.
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