When I explore a new destination, I make it a point to stay in multiple places to immerse myself in the surroundings and engage with diverse individuals, enriching my overall experience.
Address Boutique: I spent three nights at Address Boutique, and it was worth every cent of the $456 I paid. The view from the hotel was breathtaking, and the luxurious breakfast spread made my mornings special. The room was spacious, providing all the comfort I needed, and the staff went above and beyond to assist me. The dinner menu, with a charismatic chef at the helm, offered delectable options at quite an affordable price.
Voile Blue Hotel: Voile Blue Hotel, a charming boutique hotel, provided me with a cozy two-night stay for $194. Each room came equipped with its own kitchen amenities, giving guests the option to cook if desired. The highlight was the lovely pool over looking the beach. The breakfast was decent but somewhat limited, I found lunch and dinner options a bit on the expensive side for my budget.
Astreo Beach Hotel: My three-night stay at Astreo Beach Hotel, priced at $270, was a memorable experience. As a sister company to Preskil, they offered a range of free and discounted water activities, adding excitement to my trip. The hotel exuded a cozy atmosphere with a breakfast buffet that satisfied my morning cravings. The rooms, though small, were immaculate, and the ever-smiling staff made my stay even more enjoyable.
My visit to these three hotels in Mauritius was delightful, each offering a unique experience. I booked my stays through Booking.com and Agoda and would recommend these accommodations to anyone planning a trip to Mauritius.