Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel

Royal Road, Anse La Raie, Mauritius | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Royal Road, Anse La Raie, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel Anse La Raie

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    Travel Blogs from Anse La Raie

    Cooking, massage and candlelight

    A travel blog entry by emma-glyn on Apr 11, 2013

    ... beef which we ordered medium. Unfortunately it was very rare and unedible for Glyn so I had to ask for it to be cooked a bit more. When everyone's so friendly it's hard to make any sort of complaint as you feel bad! They came back with fresh plates and 'voila'd' fir the second time from under the cliches! It was much better so we made effort to say how perfect it was! We finished off with a peach and chocolate sponge which pushed us over the edge! During the meal we were told ...

    Picnic and hotel hopping

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Apr 08, 2012

    6 comments, 3 photos

    ... or “improved”) rum, a sort of rum and fruit juice punch. Then we had rice and chicken with a vegetable sauce, which was very nice. Among other things we talked about what people like to do at the beach in Mauritius. Flic en Flac was full of people, families, teens and young people in groups swimming, picnicking and drinking beer. Many people were walking around in swim suits carrying a liter bottle of what the labels ...

    Famous extinct bird country, DODO disparu

    A travel blog entry by jaearr on Feb 11, 2011

    6 photos

    ... shuttle bus we hop in to go shopping at the Caudan Waterside enclosed Mall. The welcome dancers greeted us with lots of fancy gigs. First order of business Suzanne manicure and my Hair cut which we found quickly by asking the standby peace officers in French; Some relief for us to negotiate prices and quantities. Very little buying and lots of touching the merchandises. ...

    Flic en Flac (no I'm not cussing)

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 13, 2009

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... clearly to be a win-win-win situation. After the visits, Jocelyn and I conferred and we both felt this was by far the best solution we have seen, for this year and hopefully for future years as well.

    Hopefully I can get the US embassy tomorrow morning too, and have some more pages sewn in my passport. I only have one blank page left and South Africa will require it for its visa sticker and stamps. Marjolaine almost wasn’t allowed to board a plane ...


    A travel blog entry by b.herring on Jun 22, 2008

    ... and family having get togethers and local fisherman with their bamboo rods stood out on the little rocks. As per usual we had a rummage through the little rock pools and this time we found what looked like a snail out of its shell, a slug with a lump on it really with bright spots on it and it spat out ink! We also saw some local rich French kids who were out kite surfing as it was a little blustery by this point and they had some skills! Then ...