Set on the South East of the island not far from the airport we love that Paradise Beach combines luxury self catered beach accommodation with authentic Mauritian charm. Here you will unplug from the world, relaxing on one of the best beaches in Mauritius and marvel at the clear waters & tropical fish in the lagoon. When you are feeling more active take a trip to the historic village of Mahebourg and immerse yourself in the buzzing market and sample the spicy street food, rent a scooter and explore like a local or try scuba diving.
Penthouses 286 sqM
Your luxurious, modern Penthouse offers spacious accommodation both inside and outside thanks to the large covered terrace. You will enjoy a blissful sense of grandeur as you are spoilt for choice between whether to dine in your well-appointed dining room or al-fresco on your generous terrace. We find that it’s easier to let the weather make the decision for you.
3 en-suite double bedrooms & 1 twin room
Plenty of space for up to 8 people
Generous living area and open-plan kitchen
Sea view covered terrace
€430 – €975 / night
Premium Apartments 158 sqM
You have the choice between a ground floor Premium Apartment which opens onto the gardens and gives direct access to the beach or a first-floor Premium Apartment with more elevated views from its balcony. Whichever choice you go for, you will love the comfortable luxury of your apartment and the furnished terrace where all relaxation is accompanied by the gentle rush of the waves rolling up the beach.
3 bedrooms: King size bed in Master bedroom, Queen size in Bedroom 2 and twin single beds in Bedroom 3
Spacious living area which includes an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area
€255 – €700 / night
Features in all accommodation
Air conditioning & fans throughout
Flat screen 40″ LCD television
Ipod docking station
Mini safe in master bedroom
“My boyfriend and I spend a wonderful week at this apartment…..our only regret is that our stay was far to short! Our apartment was beautifully furnished and fully equipped. We spent the previous week on the island in the north and vowed never to stay there again as this part of the island was not as populated and busy as the north. We have vowed to be back soon.”