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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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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
- gourmet en wellness
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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...
We spent 5 idyllic days at this secluded, smallish hotel which ticked all the boxes needed to be ticked for what we wanted & expected out of our stay. It felt quite private & away from the hoards. We had an all inclusive package, which I'd recommend, seeing that drinks & food on the island are generally expensive. Whilst not haute cuisine, the food was varied & reasonable. Our one romantic meal at the beachside restaurant was excellent in both setting & quality. We indulged in "Jungle Juice" cocktails & chilling out by the pool, & took advantage of the free shuttle to Grand Baie for some shopping. We would fully recommend having a massage at the Spa; must rank amongst the best we've ever had. We treated ourselves twice in this respect. We found the staff friendly & helpful throughout our stay & in every department. Our room was on the top floor & was clean & fairly spacious, and we had a view of the sea. The shower room was adequate, although the toilet was a bit cramped. The noise from the evening entertainment area was discernible as our room was located fairly close to the public areas, but this was not too much of a disturbance & finished around 22.00 hrs. All in all, we really enjoyed our stay & would go back again quite happily.
"Wonderful location; wonderful hotel"
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent 10 day holiday here. Cyclone Carlos arrived behind us and we were updated 3 times a day as to risks/actions needed. All handled very professionally and happily passed without incident. All the staff were welcoming, knowledgeable and attentive without being intrusive. The restaurant catered to a wide range of food preferences and, when not able to find something suitable, they happily offered alternatives that were excellent! The bar staff worked hard to modify cocktails to our particular whims - which was greatly appreciated. Our room was also good and, with the hotel closing for refurbishments June to August this year, we look forward to returning and seeing the improvements.
"Excellent place where to stay"
Many thanks to Emilie Jolie for her kindness and fresh smile, all the best for the upcoming baby. Thanks to Danny and Julien for all the proposed activities and friendly meeting we truly enjoyed with local peoples we now keep in touch. And more generally we will ever keep in mind the kindness and affordability of all the staff. Serge, Lucie and Leslie rooms 105 & 103
"If youâ€™re thinking about staying here PLEASE read on ..â€¦ If you have already booked â€¦.. UNLUCKY."
Pros Throughout our two week stay excellent weather all day everyday almost 13 hours of daylight per day. From the small private sand beach the sea is calm, ideal for swimming not deep even if you go right out (about 4 foot deep). On arrival booking-in process quick and included a quick tour of the hotel and facilities while showing each guest to their room. The clean room we stayed in had a good layout with plenty of storage and mirrors for us ladies. The in-room fridge was restocked daily (included as part of all-inclusive package: water, fruit drinks, cokes, beers etc). Lunchtime snacks (part of all-inclusive) obtained from beach bar which arrived within 15 minutes of ordering, well presented, hot, freshly cooked to order, very tasty (burgers, pizza, chips, tuna salad etc) and perfect for lunchtime. The barman in the main bar next to reception knows his stuff and takes a real pride in his work. The hotel gardens around the hotel not big but very well maintained. The main swimming pool is a decent size and cleaned daily. Our fridge and safe both broke-down during our stay, you would expect this to be placed under â€˜Consâ€™ but these were both replaced with new ones by the maintenance man within 10 minutes of being reported. When we arrived the parasols located around the main pool area were in an awful state, worn-out, however during our stay one by one they were replaced with new ones. The hotel provide a free shuttle bus service to Grand Bay which has shopping centre, lots of shops, small beach, marina - a good day out with plenty to see and do. The hotel should be proud of: housekeeper who took care of our room, the young waitress who worked in the restaurant each evening, maintenance man, head barman from main reception bar, reception staff and gardeners as these are the stars of this hotel, they know how to look after their guests. Cons The general feel of the hotel is looking old with an outdated dark design. Outside the hotel the location was rundown looking like a landfill area with stray dogs everywhere, I love dogs but this was heart-breaking. Staff â€“ the male younger members of staff especially at the beach bar are rude, unhelpful and arrogant, it is clear they really donâ€™t want to be there. You should definitely pay the extra and book the all-inclusive package as the drinks and food are very expensive and there are no places to eat or drink within walking distance of the hotel. Drinks - poor selection of drinks, soft drinks cost about Â£3 and cocktails about Â£8 each (this is the price if youâ€™re not all-inclusive) which come in very small plastic cups in the pool area. Food â€“ as part of the all-inclusive package this should include table dâ€™ hote but doesnâ€™t, the hotel have discontinued this option so itâ€™s buffet or nothing and believe me on occasions nothing was significantly better than that on offer. The evening main course food was tasteless, odd combinations, cold (when it should have been hot) and badly presented â€“ same could be said for breakfast where youâ€™ll find the most watered down orange juice ever tasted. There is a la carte restaurant on-site St. Geran but this is not covered by all-inclusive and average price for an evening meal there is Â£60 per person, you do get 20% off this price if youâ€™re all-inclusive. There is signage in the hotel regarding evening dress code but this is not adhered to, anything goes â€“ flip-flaps, shorts etc. for evening dinning. As this hotel offers 4 different types of meal options you have to provide your room number and sign for every single drink and food you order apart from breakfast â€“ the hotel should look how other hotel chains manage this and use a more efficient and environmentally friendly method, what a waste of paper and time. If you want a sunbed around the pool area forget it unless you are prepared to get up between 6am â€“ 7am (I was there in high season) each morning and place your towel out - not the hotels fault down to guests. To be fair there are plenty of sunbeds within the hotel grounds but just not in the correct place, around the pool, not helped by the fact that half the sunbeds around the pool are double size beds (to accommodate two adults) and you will find one guest using a double size. Nice big flat screen TV in your room but the satellite signal/reception are poor. Thereâ€™s a second swimming pool by main reception which is hardy used except for the daily fitness programme as thereâ€™s no room for sunbeds.
"So much just right, but little things could make it so much better"
Travelled to VP & V, booked with Virgin and flew with Air Mauritius, got to say most airlines rarely get a mention - but this long haul flight was as good as long haul in economy could be - big thank you to all the crews, on both flights! We were greeted at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Int. by our travel rep and despite around 40 min queue to get through passport control; within minutes we were on an air conditioned mini-bus with just one other couple, with the assurance of stops at our respective hotels by the driver. The driver was friendly, informative and engaged with us all the time during our 90 min. journey to our hotel to the North of the island, which we were assured consistently enjoyed the best of the islands weather. Having dropped our travelling companions off at their hotel, 10 minutes later we pulled into the V P & V. It is exactly as described, small, boutique and in very close proximity to the coast. The hotels "friendly face" beautiful and very professional Emma (who didn't walk, but "glided") was standing in the reception together with a porter to ensure we received the warmest of welcome. As we were the only guests checking in (which we subsequently found was pretty much the norm) there was no "madness" and infuriating queuing at an under staffed reception, in contrast over a refreshing drink and an ice cold towel, we completed the formalities with Emma. Post the completion of the formalities Emma, guided us to our room - just couldn't have been easier!!! Our room was on the ground floor with massive windows / patio doors over looking the pool and with views and access to the beach which you'd expect to pay a premium for. The room was clean, tidy and showing only the most cosmetic signs of any wear, bathroom was large with fantastic shower and although there was no actual "wardrobe" hanging rails and shelving was in abundance, with a safe which worked and required no key deposit. There was a TV, air-conditioning and a fridge (stocked with local beers an soft drinks) again all worked without any issue, although we did have to turn the fridge off during the nights as it was just a little noisy for us. Whilst we were very pleased with the location, condition and facilities the room provided; it was just a little disappointing to have a single steel frame bed with an bare mattress in the corner, which just took the edge off (maybe being hyper-critical here) but in practice, we used the bed to dump our luggage on and probably would have had or cases spread on the floor without it - but maybe a cover to reduce the impact of the starkness of the bare mattress? As Emma completed her duties of showing us the room and "glided away, tall, professional and very upright" our luggage arrived, the porter was as friendly and welcoming, took the time to show me where the elusive bottle opener for a beer from the fridge was (fixed on the inside to the cabinet door doh!) The hotel is small (which we love) and has a fantastic pool and the beach is nothing more than 20 / 30 meters away (but the steps down to the beach could be a problem for those who are not as steady as they may have once been, but I guess that could be the same anywhere) there always seemed to be empty loungers on both - no matter what time of day - which was just brilliant. There is a bar which serves food and drinks during the day and easily services both the beach and pool. Given this was all-inclusive holiday we were delighted to find we were not required to wear the customary wrist bands normally associated; instead, as a guest, you are required to sign a "bill" for everything, even though the amount due was always 0.00MUR At the end of a dinner one evening we were presented with the 0.00MUR bill and I just initialled it, only for the waiter to tell me "don't mess about, write your room number and sign properly" (gulp!!) but overall not a major issue!! The bar area which is surrounded by a large patio with an abundance of chairs, tables and seats, overlooks another pool, on the other side of which is the slightly elevated dining room, the whole area has un-interrupted views out to sea. So in respect of esthetics - it just ticks all the boxes. Although the sea was the most beautiful colours, we did find it constantly "milky" - but in fairness during our week long stay we suffered 3 or 4 days of really bad weather; constant very high winds and torrential rain - thanks to Cyclone Carlos and this may be the cause. On the point of this cyclone, the hotel were just brilliant, every day we received a letter which was honest and as informative as could be expected - no sugar coating and whilst the forecast was factual yet pretty depressing, we were not disappointed with false hopes or promises. Whilst there was just so much about this hotel, location, condition and staff that you have to say is just so good, overall the food was pretty poor, and on one or two occasions dreadful and this was muted by a number of other guests we spoke to. Every meal was self-service but the choices were pretty limited. Breakfast, in particular; muesli or dried fruit (of any kind) was never an option. I don't want to make too much of this as we never went hungry, but overall I got the impression budgets for food were limited or you were being subtly encouraged to eat in the "pay extra-for" St Geran Restaurant where choice and quality is in diametric contrast, but we were advised, by those who had been, to expect a meal to cost around Â£50.00pp - I'll be the first to admit we didn't try!! However, when the St Geran Restaurant was closed due to the bad weather and guest were eating in the Al a Carte restaurant the contrast in food was clearly visible, and a little unpalatable (no pun intended!!) The hotel manager, who was charming, visible, friendly and very approachable arranged a "meet the staff" evening which I thought was brilliant and gave us an opportunity to meet some of the really hard working people we would not have otherwise. My advice to anyone that asked about VP & V would be; book late and only after consulting an informed / trusted source regarding the forthcoming weather if you are planning to book during the summer months (Nov-April) when temperatures are the best, I understand you are more than likely to expect inclement weather during this time. Expect a limited menu of "reasonable / adequate" food and you will not be disappointed. A week is just not long enough to go on such a long haul trip (12+hrs flight time) as you may be unlucky enough to have 3 or 4 days bad weather. Nice hotel, great location, generally very friendly staff - but don't forget to show your appreciation regularly during your stay with small and regular "thank you's" (100 or 200 MUR is very appreciated) as these people work very hard and I think rely on a little gratitude from the guests!!!! Finally, massive thanks to Man, Awmee, (for best cocktails in the bar ever) Rohan, Danny - entertainment (for all the fun during the rainy days) Marie Noele for keeping our room spick and span - with beautiful towel art!!!!
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