One of the finest and most prestigious hotels in Mauritius, the elegant Royal Palm Hotel, a member of the "Leading Hotels of the World", provides the ultimate in Mauritian hospitality. If your priorities are tranquil surroundings, privacy, superb food and accommodation, then look no further.
Located in a prime position in the tourist hotspot of Grand Baie on the North coast of Mauritius, all the rooms and many of the main areas look out over a calm shimmering sea. Only a few metres from the hotel is one of the best beaches in Mauritius - stunning golden sand and warm waters make it the spot to spend most of your days. Your nights will be spend in ultimate luxury in the hotel's fine rooms. Featuring air-conditioning, satellite tv, en-suite bathrooms, internet connection and superb views you will feel right at home.
When it comes to eating, you will struggle to find a better gastronomic experience than the hotel's famed fare. Known for having one of the finest tables in the Indian Ocean, Royal Palm meets the highest of standards. The hotel’s distinguished chefs invite you to sample an inventive menu featuring local fresh products and seafood, European cuisine and Mauritian delights. The hotel has two unique dining options, Le Bar Plage and Natureaty. Le Bar Plage is the beach-side restaurant; Natureaty is sea-side with an open-plan kitchen and specialises in themed menus. There is also the relaxing spa, where you can experience a number of relaxing treatments to further enhance your experience.
The prevailing winds being offshore on the North Coast means that the sea conditions are perfect for water sports. Spending your days out on the water is the thing to do in the North. Whether you choose to take a catamaran trip out to one of the outlying islets for a beach barbecue or stay closer inshore and enjoy watersking, parasailing, windsurfing and a whole host of other activities. With clear waters, the conditions are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving and further out to sea you can land a monster fish on a deep sea fishing expedition. The North also has at least two inland places of interest, which are "La Nicoliere" drive and the Pamplemousses botanical Garden, where you can see the famous waterlily pond.