Guests give this hotel an exceptional rating of 9,6 / 10
This hotel is member of the Leading Hotels of the World
Constance Le Prince Maurice is located 45 km from the airport and 35 km from the capital, Port Louis. This luxurious five-star hotel is set within 60 hectares of unspoilt land, amidst rare and luxuriant vegetation. Protected from the winds, this peninsula is a peaceful location offering a real sensation of exclusivity and a unique emotion, an experience where spicy aromas blend with the perfume of the warm ocean.
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.
Choisy Road, Poste de Flacq, Mauritius
Reviewed February 26, 2020
Very good food. Breakfast and dinner a la carte are exceptionally good.
Most of the sea is too shallow to swim.
You can only really swim in a small strip to a raft.
The beach is well maintained and is completely accessible every day. In general, the facility is extremely well-kept and offers countless photo opportunities.
The suite is spacious with a large terrace and can only be recommended. 1st floor not ground floor.
The staff is always friendly and helpful.
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Reviewed May 2, 2018
A hotel in a class of its own! The service staff can read every wish from the lips. The food is very good and this in all three restaurant.
Now to the golf courses (my hcp 3.0, Backtees): Both courses are very beautiful, demanding and completely different from each other.
I liked the legend a little better. It has more water hazards, the tracks are narrower and you have to play with precision. The greens, however, are easier to read than the links. In addition, the European Senior Tour makes every year stop on this place.
The left is a hilly place. So exciting to play because you beat the 2nd beat always in trouble. However, the biggest challenge is to read the greens.
Both courts are not particularly long from the back tees with just over 6050 meters. But since the fairways are very wet, the balls do not roll... so these places can be long.
The two places are with the Telfair the most beautiful on the island. Anahita is in my opinion overrated, because the tracks are so wide that you get the feeling to be on a driving range. Île de cerf is not the place for itself, but the environment and also you play many holes blind.
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