QuestionsAccommodation-HotelsHas anyone stayed at the Ravenala?
Anonymous asked 4 months ago
We will be staying at the Ravenala , has anyone stayed there if so what’s it like x

Prince Prince answered 4 months ago

Hotel is ok

Belinda Leigh Meyer answered 4 months ago

We absolutely loved it

Regine Asboth answered 4 months ago

january 2023 it is great

Wendy Ward answered 4 months ago

We stayed for 10 nights early December. It was great! Lovely beach with attentive waiters, and nice pool areas. Lots of loungers and plenty of free activities at the boat house, snorkelling, kayaking, glass bottom boat trips. The food was amazing! Can highly recommend

Erika Muller answered 4 months ago

Do they have buffets everyday??

Fritz Rioux answered 4 months ago

We were there in June
Love it. 12 Restaurants and good for children

Benita Rook answered 4 months ago

Yess in June. Very good overthere nice and warm staff, good restaurants, you need to book them in advance

Laura Aucott answered 4 months ago

Stayed in December and we loved it. Staff are fantastic, view from the adults only rooms was gorgeous and the restaurants and drinks were all fab! Don’t make the mistake we did and not realise until the last night thay there is a full wine list included, you don’t have to just drink “house” wine

Julie Ann Green answered 4 months ago

Went in August. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it.

Sarah England answered 4 months ago

I wouldn’t go back but only because there are far better beaches in Mauritius. Otherwise it’s a nice hotel with good food choices and lovely staff.

Raj Tirbooman answered 4 months ago

Glad you did your research b4 booking 👍

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