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Veranda Paul et Virginie
Veranda Paul et Virginie is een 'Adults Only' hotel en nodigt u uit voor een ontspannen en romantisch verblijf in een idyllische setting. Het hotel is in koloniale stijl gebouwd, een subtiele combinatie van hout, steen en rieten daken.
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Over Veranda Paul et Virginie
Direct aan het strand in het vissersplaatsje Grand Gaube ligt het kleinschalige romantische hotel Paul & Virginie. De kamers hebben een lichte kleurstelling en beschikken over airco. In de spa kunt u zich laten verwennen en het hotel biedt gratis surfen, kajakken, waterfietsen en snorkelen aan. Er zijn twee prachtige zwembaden en op tien minuten lopen bevindt zich een duikschool. Twee maal per week brengt een shuttle service u naar Grand Baie. U zult zich in dit hotel ongetwijfeld vermaken.
- adults only
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(32 m2) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of terras, zeezicht.
(38 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of terras, zeezicht.
(42 m2) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, balkon of terras, zeezicht. Inclusief dagelijks á la carte diner in St. Geran Restaurant (niet mogelijk op dagen dat privé-evenementen plaatsvinden in het restaurant) en een Catamaran Cruise inclusief lunch en drankjes (één p.p. per verblijf).
'All-Add-In': Ontbijtbuffet, lunch en diner in het hoofdrestaurant, middagthee met pannenkoekjes, thee & koffie in kamer, geselecteerde (non-)alcoholische dranken waaronder frisdrank, sap, mineraalwater, lokaal bier, selectie van cocktails en lokale sterke drank, huiswijn per glas (bij de bar tussen 11.00 - 23.00 uur), geselecteerde dranken uit de minibar waaronder frisdrank, lokale sappen, water en lokaal bier (een maal per dag aangevuld), picknickbox indien klant het resort overdag verlaat, gebruik van selectie van land- en watersporten.
Gelegen aan het strand in het vissersplaatsje Grand Gaube.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Zwembaden
• Shuttle service naar Grand Baie (2x per week)
• Duikschool (in nabije omgeving)
• Watersportmogelijkheden zoals surfen, kajakvaren, waterfietsen, snorkelen, zeilen en waterskiën
• Excursies per catamaran
Aan de noordwestkust van Mauritius ligt het plaatsje Grand Baie, een gezellige havenplaats met boetieks, restaurants en een bescheiden uitgaansleven. Langs de noord- en noordwestkust bevinden zich schitterende stranden en vele kleine baaitjes. Stelt u zich voor dat u met blote voeten door het poederachtige, witte strand langs de oceaan loopt...
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"Fantastic hotel, Fantastic people"
from the first minute arriving at the resort, we were made to feel welcome and special. The rooms all face the gorgeous bay, beach and pool. All the staff are superb, especially Man, ormi, darwin and Julian, but this doesn't mean the rest of the staff do any less. Every day there was plenty of choice for all meals which was healthy and very tasty food. The hotel is probably in the best position on the island. In a word it was paradise
Just had a fabulous weeks holiday can't wait to go back everything perfect , staff attentive, idyllic surrounding's, nice food, plenty to drink, what more could we ask for, would highly recommend, in our opinion 5*****all the way.
"Nice hotel, nice food"
Positive points: 1)Nice spacious room and bathroom, cleaned daily. Our room had a sea and pool view. 2) good variety of watersports available and the men in the boathouse were very helpful and kept watch. They came out on the coast guards boat quickly to check we were alright cus we hadnt got back on the paddle board after falling off (lost our sunglasses) so good to know they were keeping an eye out. 3) food very nice and good selection 4) reception staff helpful and will assist in anyway 5) waiting staff generally attentive also 6) good drink selection 7) lovely massage 8) departure room for use on day of departure after check out, and still able to use hotel facilities etc Negatives: 1) advertises free tennis, but wanted to charge us Â£10 to buy tennis balls 2) not much selection at the a la carte restaurant. Delicious food, but not a a great deal of choice 3)very expensive to book a taxi via the hotel, much cheaper to get a cab from outside or get the bus. Their taxi prices are extortionate. 4) we asked the man on reception to take our bill in rupees at the end of the stay because I was not using a UK bank card and so needed the money taking in local currency to avoid charges.He took it in pounds despite me querying this twice. I checked my bank statement which showed it had been taken in pounds. I brought this up at reception and the man phoned the bank and assured me it had been taken in rupees. I spoke to my bank who assured me it had been requested in pounds. This means the hotel used their own exchange rate instead of me allowing to use my own banks exchange rate, thus costing me more money. I was angry because they couldn't comprehend their mistake so clearly training is needed in taking card payments. It was a sour end to an otherwise lovely holiday. In summary, lovely hotel, lovely food, great facilities, generally good service, but they try to squeeze pennies out of you where they can
"The staff make the hotel"
Well, after the overnight flight from London straight through and what seemed a long car journey to the hotel as it is from deep south to extreme north I was not expecting quite what we received upon arrival. The welcome was so warm, the entrance and welcome desk area provides a real 'wow' factor, such great views and comfortable dÃ©cor. We were welcomed with cold towels and a refreshing drink. I think it was Francesca that personally checked us in, provided us with a short facility tour whilst accompanying us to our room - 322. Could not have asked for more. The room was on the second floor, meant some stairs but well worth the exercise as this room provides one of the best balcony views I have ever had - looks out over the ocean and the balcony is set so it provides almost 100% privacy - not so on the ground floors though. The rooms I would best describe as adequate, the toilet area is tiny and I found the lighting quite poor but again, adequate. They are kept spotless by the staff who clean them at different times during the day, never early, so you don't have to worry about be woken, unless you want to sleep past 10.30. Towel art is amazing. The hotel and grounds are kept spotless and wherever you go you will be greeted with a smile and short conversation from everyone - the staff are some of the most friendly I have ever met and will always ask if you are OK and happy, in fact I would go as far as to say they make the hotel what it is...... If you take the time to converse with the guys they are full of information and stories but always asking if you are happy and if all is OK - for my wife and I all was well so our conversations were always about what's going on etc. The bar is well stocked and pretty much what I would expect from an Indian Ocean style All Inclusive, what made it special was the attitude and attention paid by the staff - mention something once (can I have this drink without that) and they would remember this for the rest of your stay. Signing for drinks is a bit archaic, but you have to have some form of control. Thanks Awme and the Guys. If you bump into a guy called Rakesh, watch some of his card tricks - the Mauritian version of Dynamo, well almost (thanks mate the star trick worked well). The restaurant was well laid out, supervised by 2 guys that have no greater requirement than for you to be happy and again they provide the greatest attention to detail and your requirement - first morning at breakfast, decided to retire from the table to the lounge and order a Cappuccino from the bar - from then on in, every day we were asked if would like to take our Latte or whatever in the lounge after breakfast (now that is service). I found some of the food 'spicing' quite samey but there was always a fish, meat, chicken and veggie option, it's worth noting if, like me there was an evening or lunchtime when you did not see anything that you fancy, let the guys know and the chef will prepare you something else especially or grab a pizza from the beach bar, it's your choice, I had a chicken curry with chips, very tasty. There is no reason for anyone to moan about the type of food. BTW, the dessert decoration is incredible. Special thank you to Man and Rajeev for looking after us. I suppose the biggest 'disappointment' for me was nothing to do with the hotel, it was the condition of the sea in the 'lagoon'. I am a very keen snorkeler and have always found the water and fish in the Indian Ocean amazing, not so off the beach here. The water is so shallow at low tide you cannot swim in it, the water is cloudy due to the type of sand and there are virtually no fish - I assume to overfishing by the locals. Still, as you would expect the hotel offers you a 'free' option - the glass bottom snorkelling boat. Goes out to the reef every day, costs nothing and if you listen to the lads who man it and take their advice, the reef water is clear, no real current and plenty of smaller fish - if you want large sharks/tuna/barracuda etc you'll be disappointed. Water sports depend on the tides, again, can lead to disappointment but you will see why when you are there - just have to lie in the sun on very comfortable sun beds a bit longer. make sure you read the board at the desk. The beach and pool never seem 'crowded', another plus in my book. The pools are clean and warm, the beach is cleaned, look out for the resident hound, we called him 'fleabag' the locals call him Dave - very friendly and keeps 'his' beach clear of stray dogs and some of the locals - all he asks for is a little bit of pizza or bacon. The entertainment in the evening is quite varied, was not always to my taste, but I'm fussy - well done to Deny and Julian for getting an old bar fly like me to dance and even contribute to the Karaoke in the UK versus France song contest - never before has this happened and most enjoyable it was. Trips can be organised via the tour operators, reception or if you wander down the road a bit by Sun Tropical Tours - we did the 'walk with lions' absolutely amazing. So, in summary, would I go again, most definitely and I would ask for the same room. Would I be better prepared, maybe for the snorkelling and I'd try and drop a few pounds so I can enjoy more food etc. Would I like to meet all the guys again, most definitely. Would I change anything with the hotel, maybe exploit the 'beach bar' a bit more, loads of 'potential there' but on the whole no. Would I recommend the hotel, yes most definitely. We met some lovely people, staff and holidaymakers alike. Well done ALL at Paul Et Virginie, YOU ALL made the holiday for us, hope to see you all again.
"Thank You - this was everything we wanted it to be...."
We got married here at the start of October and the staff were fabulous. The hotel has 80 rooms that all face the sea and an adults only policy... We had a privelige room on the second floor and could not of been happier at the view from the balcony. This is a quiet hotel set in a small village on the north eastern edge of the tourist zone - not the place for someone who needs the buzz of the city. The main restaurant is called the Isle de France and offers a combination of table de hote and buffet ( lunch and breakfast are also served here). The food is extremely well cooked/prepared and the offer is weighted in favour of asian cuisines and the meat eaters! If, like me , you are a vegetarian, seek out Man - he will look after you and prep something pleasing for you to feast upon; he is a star that made my holiday extra enjoyable as I usually struggle to get a balanced diet when away.... There is another restaurant , the St Geran, but we did not use this as it is an extra charge on top of an all inclusive package. The weather was glorious - it is in the mid twenties in October with only a small amount of rain. In the north east, it can often be cloudy and is a bit windier than inland but the overall package is a good mix for an all purpose holiday - the weather will be a bit more consistent in November/December but the schools are off for all of these months ( and the beaches are public property ). January and February bring in Cyclone season...
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