QuestionsAccommodation-HotelsLagoon Attitude or The Ravenala Attitude?
Anonymous asked 2 weeks ago

Can't choose between Lagoon Attitude and The Ravenala Attitude for my 50th celebration with a friend. Seeking a peaceful holiday. Any advice appreciated.

Iain Thomson answered 2 weeks ago

the ravenala is great just for the choice of restaurants

Vikash Nowbut answered 2 weeks ago

Ravenala better sir

Sarah Lake answered 2 weeks ago

Lagoon for me

Louise Johnson answered 2 weeks ago

Lagoon Attitude Hotel

Emma Bailey answered 2 weeks ago

We are at lagoon attitude now and it’s stunning! Highly recommended. Good choice of food, drinks, entertainment and sunbeds!

Eastcape Mauritius answered 2 weeks ago

Will go for the Lagoon

Diya Auckaloo answered 2 weeks ago

Ravenala ✌️

Peter Hughes answered 2 weeks ago

We loved the Lagoon when we stayed there 2 years ago for our 30 th wedding anniversary.We very much enjoyed the the fact that it was adults only and the choice of restaurants was excellent and the service fantastic

Katie Fletcher answered 2 weeks ago

Definitely lagoon Attitude !! Food, staff location all perfect. We can’t wait to go back.

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Clare Cooper answered 2 weeks ago

Lagoon Attitude

Mandy Mullett-merrick answered 2 weeks ago

Ravenala we’ve been there twice and it was absolutely amazing..

Leslie McLaren Clark answered 2 weeks ago

We’ve booked a family suite at the Ravenala.
It’s the only Attitude that has family suites.
We don’t want yo share a bed, so this was the best option for us.
Hope you make the right choice 😄

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