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Anonymous asked 4 months ago
Has anyone stayed at the Constance Belle Mare In Mauritius? We’re staying in June and wanted peoples reviews of the hotel!

Anju Ruby answered 4 months ago

Hello..Its the best choice..stayed there and also worked there..every moment will be a memory cherished for life..feel free to ask for any questions..ill be happy to help

Jessy Lochun answered 4 months ago

Super hôtel but just the cocktails terrible but very good choice

Jayne Dickinson answered 4 months ago

I am here now, 4th time. It is truly amazing. Great food, service. Lots of water sports/activities and entertainment . Beautiful beach … Perfection so far

Jane Balmer answered 4 months ago

I’ve stayed many many times in Mauritius ‘winter’ at Constance Belle Mare Plage, occasionally there has been rain and a breeze, it isn’t a strong gust of wind. The beach is perfect and the hotel fantastic. Would strongly recommend 🌴

Carolyn Parkinson answered 4 months ago

Stayed at the Constance in the Seychelles which was very good so I imagine it will be a good choice

Alex Shelton answered 4 months ago

Been twice one of my favourite hotels on the island having toured the islands visiting many. Only concern is that time of year could be a little windy albeit it does have some shelter in the bay it is in

Navin Navin answered 4 months ago

the best

Krystyna Veerasamy answered 4 months ago

Stayed once and loved it – good beach!

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