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Long Beach Golf & Spa Resort
Why we like it
- All rooms and suites have views of the lagoon
- Wide variety of culinary experiences
- Three large swimming pools
- Excellent children's club for four to 11 year olds and a teens club for 12 to 17 year olds offering a variety of interesting activities with their own space
- Access to two championship golf courses
In the evening enjoy the lively central square; built on the concept of 'Italian life', this area is the heart of the hotel and is surrounded by restaurants, bars, and boutiques.
Victoria Holdsworth was brilliant-so helpful and responsive, efficient and charming.
- CH, Surrey
Nestling on the edge of one of the island's longest, widest and most beautiful natural beaches is Long Beach Golf & Spa Resort. All of the rooms have views over the crystal clear waters of the lagoon, and the contemporary decor reflects this harmonious atmosphere.
Long Beach Resort has an extensive list of activities of which to enjoy. From the peaceful haven of the Spa with its many treatments to the golfing activities in the two championship golf courses available.
For dining, guests have an array of options that will satisfy a diverse palate, all of which of course are supplied with fresh produce.
Further activities such as yoga or aqua gym classes or a game on the floodlit tennis courts are available, or for the more adventurous guests mountain bike excursions and even a climbing wall. However, for those who simply wish to unwind, the glistening white sand beach beckons.
11 hours 40 minutes
GMT +4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from endemic area
Best time to travel
May - December
Mauritius experiences a hot and humid summer from December to April and cooler, drier conditions from May to November. Under the influence of the prevailing south-easterly winds, the east coast is slightly cooler and wetter than the west. The winds can bring a welcome relief to the east coast in the hottest summer months but are more blustery here in July and August. The cyclone season lasts from December to March. Although a direct hit is rare, cyclones far out at sea can bring some days of squally rain.