Fresh and forward-looking, Lux Belle Mare promises a stylish contemporary spin on luxury hospitality.
Tucked away in beautifully landscaped tropical gardens near the sleepy village of Belle Mare, this modern Mauritius boutique resort lives on a glorious stretch of the east coast.
Designer Kelly Hoppen breathed inspiration into the interiors, and it's as seductive to honeymooners as fun for multi-generational and family escapes.
Uninterrupted soul-stirring sea views, powder-soft sands, beryl-blue waters and coconut palms swaying gently in the breeze and the island’s largest swimming pool where the terrace gently buzzes by day and feels Balearic by night.
Vibrant cosmopolitan personality, authentic island life, every five-star perk and plenty of surprises.
Lux Belle Mare is a disabled friendly hotel offering excellent facilities through spacious rooms that are especially equipped for the comfort of wheelchair users.
Rooms are located near the main reception area and are wheel-chair accessible, including an adapted room entrance and bathroom entrance, a grip rail in the bathroom, shower seat, and hand rail in the shower area to make your stay more comfortable.
All public areas are easily accessible enabling guests to enjoy all that is on offer within the hotel.
The room is connected to the rest of the hotel by elevator access.
Rooms are designed by Kelly Hoppen to convey a beach house feel with a touch of elegance.
Each suite is equipped with a king-size bed, dressing room and luxurious bathroom with large walk-in shower, two wash basins, bath and separate toilets.
The 48 inch wide LED TV’s; air conditioning; elaborate his-and-hers minibar offerings; high speed complimentary Wi-Fi; and IPTV with movies on demand are just a few of the special features provided in these rooms.
The hotel offers a variety of spa and wellbeing facilities, including a “wellness concierge” to assess the parts of your body under stress and create a personalized programme for your individual needs, Chinese medicine treatments, oil massage techniques, Balinese massages, complimentary yoga and meditation activities and classes, specialized and personalized facials for men and women, and a holistic and personalized approach to spa treatment.
The hotel also offers a range of facilities such as golfing green throughout the unique scenery and volcanic landscape, one of the island’s largest swimming pools, clubs and activities specialized to children – and to teenagers – run throughout the day, horse riding on the pristine stretch of Mauritius beach, and couple’s private evening beach lounges.
Bicycle rides are available to journey through Mauritius, through Palmar beach, to the fishing jetty at Trou d’Eau Douce, and a chance to stop for a refreshing cup of Malai Chai and the chance to sample the popular snack Gateaux Piments.
There are many venues, including snorkelling with the flora and fauna of the local lagoon, diving, waterskiing, and swimming with dolphins.
The combination of reliable wind, the perfect flatwater lagoon and world class waves makes the local waters an amazing opportunity for kitesurfing and windsurfing.
Kayaking, yoga, tennis, beach volleyball, and more is available throughout the day.
The tropical resort getaway is suitable for almost anyone, with a range of activities, explorations, and interests, suitable for relaxing couples and honeymoons on a luxurious holiday, but the accommodation is also suitable as an exciting and memorable small family trip.
Food and Drink
Restaurants follow principles such as use of high quality virgin, cold pressed olive oil; baked, not fried; low dairy or fermented dairy products; vegan options, natural sweeteners only; sea and mineral salt instead of refined salt; unrefined whole grains and flour; fresh and local vegetables to create a new and healthier alternative to many traditional and international meals.
There’s a Josper-style grill, live cooking stations, Asian and Spicy Curry corners, glass tandoor, saj oven for oriental bread-making and a Japanese teppanyaki area in a buffet restaurant of international dishes.
Sweet things also get a starring role, including a dedicated chocolate room where guests can watch and participate in live cooking sessions, a glass oven for viennoiseries and a lavish display of pastries and desserts.
There is also an outdoor lounge restaurant with views of the Indian Ocean, serving breakfast and lunch, with various cocktails and tapas, and chefs cook meals with produce fresh from the sea.
There is an Indian cuisine restaurant led by a Michelin-star earning chef, and also a bar serving dragon-inspired cocktails with a microbrewery with craft beer on tap.
The top table in Mauritius serves a Chinese cuisine, with dim sum, live noodle-making stations, a wood-fired duck oven and a Chinese barbecue station to complete the experience, crowned by a varied selection of Chinese teas and Asian spirits.
A bar serves a variety of traditional Mauritian rums, and a coffee café is serving in all of the latest technology and day-and-night barista service.
The hotel features seasoned expert Leetish Bundhoo, who has won various bartending contests and mastered the art of mixology with a series of uniquely created drinks.
It is not possible to hire mobility equipment in Mauritius but you can hire in the UK and take items with you. Please enquire at www.mobilityequipmenthiredirect.com
. Airlines take mobility equipment free of charge.
Airport transfers available in wheelchair adapted vehicles. Transfer time from Mauritius Airport International is approximately 60 minutes.
Flights available from most UK airports -
Flight time is approx 12 hours
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