QuestionsAccommodation-HotelsSeeking quiet, 4 or 5 star hotel in Mauritius
Anonymous asked 2 months ago

I will be in Mauritius from July 18th for 10 days. While my flight is booked, I am still searching for a quiet hotel on the west coast. Music with strong basses can be bothersome, so I am looking for a 4 or 5 star hotel that prioritizes calm and relaxation. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thank you!

Pöö Jä answered 2 months ago

Pearl beach. Small hotel music not too loud

Ganessen Vythilingum answered 2 months ago

Hello. La pirogue 4 star and Sugar Beach 5 star. Both are sisters. And you can also enjoy Both premises accordingly.. Welcome soon

Nundita Nundlall answered 2 months ago

Sugar Beach

Gail Hayman answered 2 months ago

We found the Intercontinental in Balaclava very relaxing and calm.

Rose Anton-Sattel answered 2 months ago

Chalet Chamarel

Sandrine Castagnet answered 2 months ago

On the west coast of Mauritius le morne is fairly quiet or Belombre hotel very quiet. May be try tamassa or any hotel in belombre. North very loud.

Annelies Van Beest answered 2 months ago

The Oberoi in Balaclava.

Annelies Van Beest answered 2 months ago

Many hotels are 200+ rooms and therefore entertainment is part of it.

I would advise to look into the smaller boutique hotels and therefore i recommended the Oberoi in an earlier answer to your post.

Also keep in mind that barking dogs can be an issue all around the island.

If you want to consider the beautiful east coast, look up Salt of Palmar !

Esther Irene answered 2 months ago

I only know East Coast and would say Salt of Palmer

Issoop Bankur answered 2 months ago

What you say about Riu Turquoise????

Helen Busse answered 2 months ago

I found the 5 star JW Marriott in Le Morne a lovely quiet resort. It has a stunning beach and fantastic restaurants.

Steve Judge answered 2 months ago

Sands Suites-Flic n Flac

Sylvie Baudoux answered 2 months ago

La Pirogue ! Sans hésitation

Fiona Hobday answered 2 months ago

La Pirogue

Neervan Gungaram answered 2 months ago

Hilton at Flic en Flac

Pietro Soggiu answered 2 months ago

Le Cannonier

Carol Laing answered 2 months ago

Marguery Villas

Elisabeth Schirkoff answered 2 months ago

Le coin de mire hôtel attitude à Bain boeuf j’y suis allée 6 fois et je recommande fortement tout y est parfait dans une ambiance Mauricienne !

Anne-Lise Nuteau answered 2 months ago

Dinarobin beachcomber

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