My husband and I have just returned from the Indian resort, we booked last minute all inclusive holiday. We flew BA direct were met at the very organised airport and were on our way to the hotel, by private car within half an hour of landing. The transfer took an hour, we were met by customer services with cold hand/face towels and a drink. We were shown to our superior room, even though it was still only 9am. The room was on the ground floor, very white contemporary style, very clean, newly decoarted, with a sofa seating area, large double, TV, phone, 2 pin and 3 pin socket points but only one of each. The bathroom/dressing room area was big with a large walkin shower, separate bath, toilet and hanging space. The free safe was also in this section. There was a small fridge with a good selection mini bar, stocked up every day and included in our package. We had french doors onto a seating area and this was about 50 metres walk to the sea. The food in the main restaurant was buffet style, very nice, something for everyone! The pasta dishes/stir frys/fresh fish were cooked in front of guests and was all very good. We ate in the Indian restaurant once, currys were nice with a good choice. This was a fairly small restaurant which made it more intimate for couples dining. We ate in the Eden restaurant twice, this was fine dining with waiter service, but lacked atmosphere and was quite rushed. I organised a special birthday meal for my husband, this was fabulous 5 course with lobster main,flowers,candles and music, cost £50 a head though!! Served in the main restaurant in the romantic area for couples.
No tummy troubles what so ever!
Mainly French guests at this hotel, the others made up with South Africans,Russian and English. The Spa was a lovely area away from the wind and was free to all inclusive guests from 9am - 12noon.
Staff were good on the whole, restaurant staff the best and the bar staff the worst, especially the younger ones and at pre dinner times.
Beach towels free, changed daily. Plenty of bed chairs with thatch canopes. Only one public toilet area, very nicely decorated but strong sewage smell present and two toilets closed in the ladies.
All inclusive well worth the extra because food and drinks very expensive.
No beach bar this is being refurbished but beach house open and watersports and glass bottom boat trip all free.
Wifi free and available small gym and disco hidden behind gym. Probably a bit quiet for teenagers.
Evening African dancers and live bands were excellent.
This is a kite/wind surfers hotel, so mainly young couples with or without families. This part of the Island is No 1 in the world for kite surfing hence beach is windy. If we had known this we would probably have chosen another hotel as we this is not our sport. We only had a couple of calm days when the swimming was perfect. We went on a speed boat trip( with Karlos) from the beach, this was by far the highlight of our holiday. Collected from the beach at 8.30 till 4pm off to snorkle and swim with dolphins, was amazing then onto a little island for lobster bbq, fun games dancing and african music all for 2500 rupees. We also hired a car with driver from 9am -4pm costing £95 he took us all around the southern part of the island, well worth the money,but take mosquito spray if you go to the turtle/crocodile park.
We had a very nice holiday and cant wait to go back to Mauritius.
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- Also Known As:
- Indian Hotel Le Morne
- Indian Resort Mauritius/Le Morne
- Indian Le Morne