Hotel Ambre

Address: Mahebourg, Mauritius | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Mahebourg, is near Le Touessrok Golf.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ambre Mahebourg

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Mahebourg

Another pleasant visit

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 27, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... to ask and it was clear they want to serve as best they can, not only the members in Mauritius, but those who come to visit in the autumn too. I reminded them again that I often do advertising for the Feast in Mauritius (in fact I’m doing so now!). The excellent tourist infrastructure including great hotels and restaurants at very reasonable prices, attractions that include dolphin spotting catamaran tours, all sorts of watersports and even a tourist submarine ...

Mauritius

A travel blog entry by peteranderica on Mar 28, 2014

8 photos

... documents back to the crew. That was it. What a waste of time and effort! We followed this up with a leisurely breakfast before joining our tour at 1000am. Before doing this, however, we spent some time on deck watching a local group of musicians and dancers performing for us all on the quayside. They were noisy, lively and very good. Also from the ship we had a good view of Port Louis with volcanic peaks and ridges providing a dramatic backdrop. The ...

Tales From A Land Down Under

A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on Oct 26, 2013

11 comments, 6 photos

... didn't quite have their sea legs in check for the trip, but I thought they did ok, mostly. It was just unfortunate that where we anchored overnight happened to be quite rolly, at least they got a good taste for it. Port Douglas didn't have much to offer other than a fairly large beach, a good lookout point and some tourist shops. I was chuffed to finally see bottles of vinegar attached to signs warning of jellyfish stings, not that I had any intention of going swimming, but it ...

Friendly, Indian origins and French influence

A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen on Jun 20, 2012

38 photos

... It is like they are feeling guilty about charging you many times the normal value, so they prompt the bartering

On Friday, I toured North Mauritius. One area was called “Goodlands” which well describes the region. Lots of crops primarily sugar cane. I loved the Botanical Garden at Pamplemousses. Watched a bird go fishing from a lily by dropping bread into the water. A former Cane Mill has been converted into a Cane ...

Mauritius: Some call it de Gangster of Love

A travel blog entry by nathananddarja on Sep 03, 2011

45 photos

... settled for a view from the distance.


We continued down the road to a Hindu holy lake called the Grand Bassin. By the road there, they have a 100 foot tall statue of Shiva that was quite impressive and nice looking. It so happened that this day was another big holiday on the island, this one for the Hindus. It was a festival of Ganesh, one of the most popular Indian gods. If you are not familiar with the name Ganesh, you’ve probably seen ...