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Coastal Road, Trou aux Biches, Mauritius
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#4 of 9 hotels in Trou aux Biches
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Set in the heart of a lush tropical garden, Casuarina Resort & Spa is a Mauritian resort located across the beautiful beach of Trou Aux Biches in the North West of Mauritius, 30 mins from the Capital, Port Louis and 10 mins from the lively village of Grand Bay. Known in the past as the fisherman’s village, Trou Aux Biches is very famous for its long stretched white sandy beach, its geographical location and for its outstanding seabed, key area for diving sports and to discover the splendid flora and fauna of the Indian Ocean. The hotel has a unique Tropical architecture, with white walls made of limestone and thatched roofs. Originally built in 1973 with only 15 bungalows, there were 94 rooms expanded onto 7 hectares of timeless landscape of mature trees and swaying coconut trees. Supporting facilities include 3 inviting restaurants, 2 swimming pools, a gym and a Balinean styled Spa.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Airport transportation
Car hire
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Baggage storage
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Park View
Languages Spoken
English, French


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Preet Sanmukhiya wrote a review 2 Jul
Centre de Flacq3 contributions2 helpful votes
- Arrival experience: you are shown the Back of House to lane by the security to keep your car. No recognition. You walk back to the reception you are given the room card and sent off to your room by a bellman. - Room maintenance and preparation: Well painted however toilet door doesn’t work at all. No bed cover provided for extra bed. - Pool towel- Was given on first day as it was out of stock - Fire Extinguishers missing everywhere and Fire alarm no active - All riser doors left open - Staffs really no polite at all - Not hotel fault: however, room disturbance by neighbors fighting early morning - Breakfast buffet is more rush than in supermarket - The worst part feel - most of Staffs are not helpful at all. Asked them about the tennis table around the pool and i was informed it was broken. However, after 15 mins, some one else is using it. When asked about it, staff become really rude infront of Manager with even the Manager stopping the staff. After the staff left, the manager say don’t worry he seen everything and action will be taken. It was clear nothing will happen. Good point: Spa team and service was great. They were very helpful and provide a good service.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Ins2014 wrote a review 1 Jul
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom12 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice resort, friendly staff and good location! Beach is across the road and although it is rocky, you can walk 1 min to the neighbouring beach which is clear and amazing! The chef 'Sunil' is an amazing cook! As it is their winter the hotel was not busy in the weekdays but over the weekend very busy with the local families coming for a break!
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Room Tip: All rooms are good
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Roam580831 wrote a review Jun 2022
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Came to Mauritius to get married and had a fantastic experience. Hotel was relatively quiet as winter equivalent but weather still dry good. Hotel food was very good if not quite similar . Rooms were very clean and lady called Rakshita helped make our break perfect by advising of an upgrade to nearby sister hotel, Le Cardinal, for our wedding night. The staff were very friendly and we are definitely thinking of returning. Mauritius is a beautiful country and well worth a visit if you can.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
mafalda c wrote a review Jun 2022
Province of Turin, Italy11 contributions
Great environment we were really well, all the staff was very kind and caring, the bar was very well stocked, the room where we were staying was very large, spacious well furnished and above all very clean, to appreciate also the attention they have towards saving water and attention to food waste, the only suggestion is to vary a little on the kitchen, the food was very good but for those staying for more than 3 days it is repetitive If we have the opportunity we will gladly return to the casuarina. PS. If you need u. Taxi driver do not hesitate to ask at the reception Max is a great driver and always ready to advise you on the best restaurants and places for recreation
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
BertieWhite1 wrote a review Jun 2022
Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom24 contributions31 helpful votes
Two years later than planned we arrived at Casuarina Resort and instantly relaxed. We were holidaying with our two mums (a fit 90 and 71 years young!) As others have said this is a 3 star hotel but a 5 star attitude to making sure you have a great holiday. Bar and restaurant staff are friendly and helpful. Food is excellent; amazing curries on an evening as well as other hot dishes. Great breakfast - fresh papaya and pineapple and omelettes cooked to order plus two types of croissant kept mums happy until lunch. The food was so good we all ate too much (3 course lunch and dinner is not our usual style) but we just couldn't resist trying it all. Sadly the bathroom scales now tell us how well we had eaten! We didnt do organised trips but used the hotel taxi - Ali took us to Botanical gardens and another day to the Central Market, waiting for us each time - recommend talking to him about doing day or half day trips We had been upgraded to sea view rooms; the rooms were very comfortable but be aware that the lovely gardens and trees do partly obscure the view but the sunsets through the trees were amazing. If you want to have a clear view of the sea book somewhere else. Thank you to Leena for keeping our room so clean and always greeting us with a smile. The ladies in the spa gave us a fabulous massage on our first day there - a great way to start the holiday. We booked the Corail helicopter Magic tour - it was just amazing - if you can afford it we highly recommend it - fly down the coast to the underwater waterfall then back flying over the gorges and waterfalls - truly a trip of a lifetime!! Thank you for a wonderful holiday
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Date of stay: June 2022
Adriï D wrote a review Jun 2022
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Hello, I strongly recommend u casuarina one of the best hotel amazing food, room all good. The animateur are very welcoming. The boat house has free activities offered by the hotel U will really enjoy with them…….
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
vanessen m wrote a review Jun 2022
Mauritius47 contributions3 helpful votes
Nice and tidy room. I liked the fact that even if your partner is in the room and you take the key card with you, the lights and air conditioner remain ON. Food was good. Even if there were no vast choices, the limited choice was enough. I also liked the fact that beer, wine, soft drink and water was available as self service, thus you do not have to wait for the waiter to serve you. The barman Rakesh (If I remember well the name) was nice and offered us lots of suggestions on the drinks
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Date of stay: June 2022
Clair J wrote a review Jun 2022
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We have recently returned from the Casuarina Hotel having spent three weeks with them. We had the most amazing, relaxing and rejuvenating three weeks, that were well needed! The staff are friendly, helpful and always on hand to help. The hotel is old and is not as modern and equipped as newer hotels, but please do not let that deter you, this hotel is quaint, simplistic, clean, but this hotel has charm, character and a more intimate charm. The hotel was very quiet in the week, but at weekends it became very busy with locals and did get quite noisy. Again, this was never a problem for us as we went to local beaches on these days if we felt we wanted a quieter day. The food was very good quality, the only negative I can give is that it was rather repetitive. The entertainment team, work very hard and we enjoyed joining in with them! Vijay, Michael and I cannot remember the other man's name, sorry! But they all were so friendly. Akshita, even got us to join in with Zumba, and despite our reservations, we really enjoyed it! The bar staff work tirelessly and consistently, and a massive thankyou to Nitesh who was amazing with his magic cocktails! As we have said the hotel was spotlessly clean and our room, a room overlooking the pond and partial seaview was perfect. Reshna daily made our room smell and look lovely. All in all, we did not want to leave, and we have a serious case of holiday blues...
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Adventure796047 wrote a review Jun 2022
Mauritius2 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed over starting May 2022, and could only write a few comments about our stay now after vacation, though we are still on the last part of our trip. We arrived very early in the morning, tired from a long trip, and had no idea there was a check-in time to get our room. Nevertheless, during the waiting period, we were lucky enough to have an acquaintance, (Mr. Rajesh, not sure if this is well written), the gentleman was from FRAM, and my wife and I were both amazed by his knowledge about the island and the way he answered to all our questions about the trip, things became simply easy after meeting this nice fellow. Overall, thanks to the great service, we have enjoyed our long and beautiful stay.
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Date of stay: May 2022
Response from Rajesh BUTON, General Manager at Casuarina Resort & Spa
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear Adventure796047, Thank you for having taken the time to review our property. We are pleased to learn that your overall stay was most enjoyable and that you particularly appreciated the quality of service provided by our team. We look forward to having you back in the future for another memorable experience. Best Regards Rajesh Buton General Manager
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Pink wrote a review Jun 2022
Doncaster, United Kingdom706 contributions576 helpful votes
Just returned from a 12 night stay at Casuarina on All Inclusive basis. On arrival after a very long flight from the UK we were greeted at reception and provided with a cold drink of juice, ribbons (to identify us as AI guests) and were then provided with a brief overview of the hotel - meal times, drinks etc. Staff all very pleasant and speak English, French and Mauritian. We are grateful to have received the rooms we requested which are the only ones that give you a true ocean view (paid and booked Ocean View rooms). As the small beach is across the road and obscured by trees it isn't an unobscured view but you can see the Indian Ocean. Both rooms had a very large bed, balcony, chair and table with a bathroom. Very clean (apart from the old, dirty patio furniture out on the balcony) but rather dated with worn, dark wood furniture and a peach coloured bathroom. Everything functional though and as we only required a base from which to explore this beautiful country we truly felt that we'd received exactly what we paid for. There are two pools - both very small and the water is lovely and cool. Not many sun loungers and you do lose the sun from around 3:30pm this time of year due to the surrounding foliage (beautiful big trees!) So if you like a full day in the sun head to the beach instead. Pool towels provided daily. Not the best but they do the job. If you like fluffy, pristine pool towels bring your own. Entertainment was a traditional Mauritian band with dancers for around an hour once a week. Very lovely to see and great music. Other than that it's the bar staff playing Socca music on a laptop - feel free to have a dance! During the day there's aqua aerobics & Zumba on a small scale and the staff are always happy to have a game of darts or table tennis with you if you ask them. For us this is perfect as we aren't keen on full-on animation and noise. The Great thing is that at 11pm on the dot everything went quiet, the staff left & the night was over with so you can guarantee a good night's sleep. Weekends are much busier with local people who retire to the beach after a long week in the city. Food is fine and as expected. Always plenty of choice - omelettes and eggs freshly cooked with chicken sausages, pancakes, bread, cereals & fruit in the morning. Lunch comprises of a few hot items, salads and desserts and dinner hosts the Curry Corner - usually a fish or vegetable curry, lentil danl and rice alongside other items such as pizza, freshly cooked meat, fish, salads & desserts. Shout out to Guresh the chef on breakfast - the best omelettes! We did eat out on a few evenings as it became rather repeatative. Lunches were limited here as we spent most of our time exploring the island. Drinks are most certainly watered down here. If you came to get drunk you'll be disappointed. It appears they're giving you a lot of hard alcohol when they pour quarter of a litre into your glass, but trust me it really isn't. On a good point, nobody really gets lairy or embarrassing as a result of being drunk at least. There's some nice restaurants towards Mon Choissy or in Trou aux Biches itself, or in Grand Baie a 15 mins taxi ride away. Bars and clubs are currently closed due to the pandemic. Nitesh our favourite bar man was lovely throughout - mixing us drinks on request and providing us with bottles of water on our last day after checkout. All the staff here are so pleasant, happy and seem genuinely pleased to have tourists back on the island after a 2 year closure of the international border. The beach accross the road is very disappointing. The sand is pitted with small stones and rocks, making it difficult to gain access to the water however, an 8 minute walk to the left with bring you into Trou aux Biches beach at Beachcomber which is a nice, wide, white sandy stretch. You'll not be able to take a lounger or place down your towel for a good half mile though due to it being privately owned, so keep walking until you get to the public beach (about 15-20 mins walk in total) just after Beachcomber. There's food trucks, an ATM & some beach sellers in the car park plus some toilets. If you take a right outside the hotel and walk down the road for 25 mins you'll find yourself at the beautiful Mon Choissy public beach which is stunning! Very natural - no loungers, shops, hotels, toilets, vendors so it's lovely and quiet, absolutely pristine & the water is crystal clear. Bring your snorkel! If you are a diver there's a dive centre onsite. Dont forget to take some fruit down to the pond at the front of the hotel (gardens) where you'll find 6 beautiful little white ducks. They'll waddle over to you to say hello for sure! Their favourite is pineapple. Please don't give them bread as it harms them. Overall a lovely base for exploring this stunning country. Would definitely return.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Saturdays and Sundays very busy with locals. Take meals early on these days otherwise there'll be...
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Response from Rajesh BUTON, General Manager at Casuarina Resort & Spa
Responded 2 weeks ago
Dear Pink, We thank you for having taken the time to review our property following your recent stay with us. We are glad to learn that your overall stay was enjoyable. Rest assured that the negative aspects of your stay have been noted and that your feedback will help us to improve our service. We look forward to welcoming back soon for a 100% memorable experience. Warm regards Rajesh Buton General Manager
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casuarina Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Z'ile Beach (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Refresh Restaurant And Appartments, L'Ananas, and Cabanne des Fruits de Mer.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Casuarina Resort & Spa have airport transportation?
Yes, Casuarina Resort & Spa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Casuarina Resort & Spa offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Casuarina Resort & Spa?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.