Situated along one of the most beautiful beaches on the east coast of Mauritius the Belle Mare Plage offers an exceptional range of amenities. The resort is set amongst a 150 hectare private natural park, along a 2km white sandy beach protected by a beautiful offshore coral reef, making it ideal for all kinds of water sports.
Belle Mare Plage. The two courses share some common characteristics as they are both cut through similar terrain with volcanic rocky outcrops natural water hazards and dense tropical forest giving them a unique style. However The Legends is much tighter and shorter, requiring accurate tee shots and precise iron play, whilst The Links is a little more forgiving, longer and generally in better condition. Green fees at both courses are complimentary to hotel guests.
The Belle Mare Plage offers a selection of rooms, suites and villas. The suites offer exclusivity and total comfort with a private furnished balcony or terrace, and large, luxurious ensuite bathrooms. All rooms and suites have been beautifully furnished in a modern wood and marble style with sitting areas, a/c, separate bath and shower, hairdryer, safe, Satellite TV, internet access, mini bar and 24 hour room service.
The Belle Mare Plage offers some of the finest sports and recreational facilities on the island. The boat house offers a selection of water sports including waterskiing, glass bottom boat trips, windsurfing, kayaks, snorkelling. There are also two 18 hole championship golf courses (daily green fee per person is included in the room rate), tennis courts, table tennis, volleyball and French bowling and much, much more!
With a total of 7 excellent restaurants and 6 bars on offer at The Belle Mare Plage you'll never be short on choice. Choose from buffet or A La Carte dining, Italian to traditional Mauritian dishes, fine dining or relaxed and casual there's something for everyone at this world class hotel. The resort also features 5 bars ranging from casual poolside bars to glamorous evening cocktail bars.
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