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Trou Aux Biches Beachcomber Resort and Spa
Why we like it
- All luxury villas and suites each feature a private pool
- The lively Bob Marlin Kids Club entertains young explorers aged three to 12 years
- Overlooks one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius
- The resort boasts six restaurants offering cuisine from Asia to the Mediterranean
- There is a large range of complimentary water sports available
- A luxurious Spa by Clarins with 20 treatment cabins
- Great option for families
For that extra special stay, book one of the pool villas located in a separate village on the resort offering privacy and exclusivity.
Victoria Holdsworth was brilliant-so helpful and responsive, efficient and charming.
- CH, Surrey
Trou Aux Biches Beachcomber Resort and Spa is set on a 35 hectare estate with beautiful tropical gardens and a beachfront setting; it is a sublime place to relax and be pampered in the Indian Ocean. The resort is perfect for couples and families alike, and offers a wide range of complimentary land and water sports as well as a state of the art gym facility. All Villas, Beach Front Suites and Senior Beach Front Suites have private pools. The resort's Junior Suites, Family Suites and Tropical Suites are all housed in thatched chalets in a crescent shape overlooking the pool area. All rooms are contemporary in décor and are light and airy and all have feature their own private outside seating area. The Trou aux Biches has six restaurants, four of which are located in the complex of L'Oasis where the shops and main pool can also be found. Specialising in international cuisine are L'Oasis and La Caravelle. The smaller speciality restaurants, namely Blue Ginger, Mahiya and Il Corallo offer fine dining whereas Le Deck, open for lunch and dinner focuses on light meals and casual dining. The children's club has its own club house and outside area including a paddling pool and their own beach area. The modern teen's club consists of three different rooms and provides the perfect setting for teenagers to meet and make friends or socialise in peaceful comfort under the discreet supervision of the staff.
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.