|*From Departing from Johannesburg including current airport taxes current airport taxes of|
|Room Category||Nights||Basis||** Price||Valid||Ref No|
|Privilege room||7||HB||R23,360||01 Dec - 20 Dec '19||#9838||Show Description||Enquire Now|
|Privilege room||7||HB||R37,635||21 Dec '19 - 05 Jan '20||#9839||Show Description||Enquire Now|
|Privilege room||7||HB||R19,250||07 Jan - 14 Jan '20||PG||Show Description||Enquire Now|
|Comfort room||7||HB||R18,055||01 Feb - 03 Apr '20||#10332||Show Description||Enquire Now|
|Comfort room||7||HB||R18,550||04 Apr - 17 Apr '20||#10333||Show Description||Enquire Now|
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Prices correct as at 23 October 2019
Decorated in royal blue shades and light wooden elements, each of the 115 rooms features a terrace or a balcony overlooking the blue lagoon or a green garden. The forty-four rooms with a special annexe for children are an ideal option for families, while couples who seek privacy will be delighted by the Sandy Lane Village.
The ‘Comfort’ rooms open up onto the swimming pool or the garden. The interior space is furnished in royal blue shades accented by white spaces, combining lightness with a tropical atmosphere.
The Superior rooms freshly redesigned and decorated in royal blue shades and light wooden elements feature a terrace or balcony overlooking the lagoon or garden. The superior rooms offer a real comfort and all the necessary equipment to relax.
The ‘Family’ rooms at Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel can accommodate a couple with two or three children. The annexe gives additional space that will delight your children and give parents privacy and peace of mind.
The ‘Privilege’ rooms are in the Sandy Lane Village, a wing of the hotel exclusively reserved for couples, with its own swimming pool in an elegant setting. The room opens up onto an intimate terrace or balcony.
Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel has two restaurants and two bars with very different atmospheres. Depending on your mood, you can sample local specialities or go for international cuisine, both in very relaxed settings with views of the deep blue lagoon.
Senses Restaurant - Thematic Restaurant
The main restaurant, Senses, offers a wonderful view of the bay and coral reef, welcoming guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The buffet style meals consist of local specialities’ as well as international dishes to satisfy everyone’s palate and preferences, including vegetarians.
Sandy Lane Restaurant - Chic & exclusive
With your feet in the sand, enjoy delicious food in an elegant and trendy décor. At its centre is a beautiful swimming pool – all yours for the taking. The Sandy Lane restaurant is on the sand, open to the sea in the day and the stars at night.
Foot Loose Bar - The soul of the party
Curl up on a sofa or on the deck of the pool overlooking the lagoon, sipping a local cocktail. As night falls, the atmosphere warms up with its music and shows. Don’t miss your first lesson in Kreol for a fun way to get into the Mauritian way of life.
Sandy Lane Bar - A call to relaxation
Between the beach and the pool, the Sandy Lane Bar has a soothing effect, thanks to the distant roar of waves on the coral reef. You will love the shady atmosphere and breath-taking view by day. You will not want to miss the sunset with a cocktail in your hand!
Sea? Land? You choose!
If holidays mean fun in the sun, you will not be disappointed by the range of activities on offer at Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel.
Because motor boats are banned in the sea in front of the hotel you will be able to bathe in completely tranquil surroundings. Don snorkel and mask and a few strokes away you can observe coral and fish in the lagoon. Or there again you could opt for exploring the lagoon above its surface in a kayak or pedal boat, contemplating the beauties of the natural world.
Activities you need to pay for
You can’t leave Mauritius without picking up a few words of the national language! Every Friday, the day is dedicated to learning Kreol. Memorise these few phrases and your contact with the Mauritian population will be special, if not hilariously funny!
The charm of the North West coast
Situated between two fishing villages, Veranda Pointe aux Biches Hotel is in an ideal location for you to take advantage of the pleasures of the sea.
The north-west coast of Mauritius offers lots of tourist attractions by bike, hire car, taxi, or even by local bus.
TRIPS AND TOURS
Walking enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the area on both sides of the hotel, not to mention the beach. The coast is dotted with ‘campements’ - the local name for weekend seaside homes - as well as with public beaches shaded by Filao trees. Just a few minutes away by car, you can see the local fishermen going about their daily life in Pointe-aux-Piments of Trou-aux-Biches. The fishermen lay out their catch of the day in the mornings for the locals to buy. You will see all types of fish found in the tropical seas around Mauritius: the ‘vieille Rouge’, the ‘horned’ fish, whose dorsal fin grows over its head, and also the ‘babonne’. All of these fish are spiced up in a variety of local dishes.
Bicycle towards Triolet…
Twice a week, a short bicycle ride will introduce you to the village of Triolet. This village is always bustling with vendors selling local snacks called gajacks, sari shops, and colourful stalls of fruit and vegetables. The visit to the Hindu temple is not to be missed. Over a hundred years old, its architecture and carvings are as stunning as they are authentic. You will be met by a pandit or priest who will explain the different rituals performed during the many religious festivals celebrated throughout the year.
Pamplemousses by bus
For plant lovers and history enthusiasts, the village of Pamplemousses and its surroundings make for a fascinating visit. The famous botanical garden is a must, with its beautiful endemic plants, giant water lilies, and Chateau of Mon Plaisir, a colonial mansion built in the eighteenth century. The children will love the enclosure which houses giant tortoises and stag. In front of the massive gate leading to the gardens, which is a monument in itself, the Pamplemousses church is worth a visit. Built in 1765 during the French colonial period, it is one of the oldest on the island. A few miles from Pamplemousses, L’Aventure de Sucre welcomes history enthusiasts to an old sugar factory transformed into a museum. It traces the history of Mauritian sugar in a lively and interesting way.
Seven Colours Wellness Lounge
Seven Colours Spa & Cosmetics is the first ever Mauritian well-being brand. Available in all our hotels, it includes spas and well-being salons, treatments and massages, as well as our own line of cosmetics and beauty products.