3-star comfort, relaxation by the garden pool, and one of the longest beaches on the island nearby: on Mauritius’ west coast between Port Louis and Black River, the Mansina Hotel awaits with excellent bathing, wellness, and excursion facilities, as well as exciting weekends with a karaoke bar and nightclub.
A calm palm garden meets the turquoise ocean and the long beach of Flic en Flac/Wolmar. The Standard Rooms for two or three guests let you choose between a terrace or balcony from which to enjoy the tropical greenery that surrounds you. Walk from the hotel estate itself towards stunning sunset views! Relaxed hours by the pool, oceanic diving excursions, and wellness for body and soul are also all present here, so all you need for more adventure is a rental car. Besides the hotel’s own restaurant, Le Flamboyant, which serves breakfast every day (included), as well as lunch and evening meals, there is a snack and cocktail bar available, and several other alternatives in the surroundings, from barbeques to street food stalls. The hotel also serves up some nightlife: on Fridays and Saturdays, the Saxo Beach Club allows you to dance the night away. Meanwhile, from Thursdays to Sundays, you can also enjoy the Saxo Karaoke Lounge Bar. Other days can be spent playing pool or table tennis, or discussing an excursion towards Black River Gorges National Park. The staff at Mansina are also at hand to help with planning if you wish. And finally, anyone looking to get some work done during their stay can book the 169 square-metre conference room, with its excellent technical facilities, as well.
Mauritius offers much more than just beaches, but that having been said, the eight-kilometre long beach between Flic en Flac and Wolmar is certainly a popular spot that you won’t want to leave behind. The lagoon here also offers excellent conditions for swimming, while the beach of Tamarin, 13 km away, is ideal for surfers. Those who want to see more than just the ocean should head north to the capital city and harbour town of Port Louis. From Fort Adelaide, you can see the best possible view of the city, getting a miniature snapshot of numerous cultures and religions at once, all of which can be found on the island. The central market is also worth a visit, and here you can discover the variety of Mauritian cuisine. If you head south from the hotel, the national park is a veritable green paradise full of rainforests and waterfalls.
42 warm natural and wood-tone Standard Rooms with terrace or balcony and a garden view.
Boards: Bed & breakfast, Half board
Amenities: Air conditioning, Balcony or terrace, Fan, Minibar, Safe
Ground floor or first floor, terrace or balcony with garden view, that’s the first choice that you will have when it comes to booking a Standard Room at the Manisa hotel. Warm earthy tones and massive, decorative wooden furniture pieces offer tropical flair, while a shower and separate WC along with a minibar and safe are also part of the facilities. And the “outdoor living room” of sorts contains a pool and palm trees for you to enjoy...
Christmas: compulsory supplement applies for the gala dinner (24.12) - €50/adult or €26/child (3-12 years old).
New Year's Eve: compulsory supplement applies for the gala dinner (31.12) - €65/adult or €32/child (3-12 years old).