Paradis Hotel & Golf Club
Le Morne Peninsula, West Coast, Mauritius
Paradis Hotel & Golf Club is a luxury family resort on the south west coast of Mauritius, offering fabulous sporting facilities. Set in 150 hectares, it is bordered by seven kilometers of protected beaches and the largest lagoon on the island.
At a Glance
Set against the backdrop of the iconic Le Morne Mountain
Its very own 18-hole international golf course and golf academy
Shared facilities with neighboring Dinarobin
Bordered by seven km of beach
Choice of eight restaurants
A paradise for water sports enthusiasts with a spectacular lagoon
A Spa by Clarins
The hotel has a helipad
Children from age 6 and upwards can have their own special golf lessons on the hotel's golf course.Gemma Dobson
You can dine in any of the restaurants at Paradis and also at the sister hotel, Dinarobin next doorAlice Moseley
For a true Mauritian dinner, dine at La Ravanne. To get there take a boat from Blue Marvin Jetty!Alice Moseley
Keen golfers can try out the 18 hole championship golf course which has Le Morne as a stunning backdropScott Dunn team
There is a nightclub here but it is discreet and not intrusive so if you like to have some optional nightlife this is a great choiceVictoria Douglas
Look out for the 1120 lbs Marlin proudly displayed in the Blue Marlin restaurant caught by a previous guestVictoria Douglas
Try the sashimi in the Blue Marlin - delicious and a great light lunch optionVictoria Douglas
When playing golf hole number 16 is pretty special with spectacular sea viewsVictoria Douglas
Take a trip to the Ile Aux Benititer across from the resort on the Paradis catamaran for a hour of beachcombing or relaxation on this uninhabited island.Ana Albiol
If you fancy an early morning jog the 7 km of beach front could be your perfect running track.Jack Mace
The family suite is a perfect choice for families with younger children and really good value.Kirsty Harper
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Paradis Hotel & Golf Club
Paradis Hotel & Golf Club is set on the spectacular Le Morne Peninsula, between the dramatic Le Morne peak and one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius. This luxury hotel covers a 150 hectare estate bordered by a beautiful stretch of protected beach and the largest lagoon in Mauritius - providing perfect waters for a range of water sports.
The hotel shares its facilities with its sister hotel, Dinarobin Hotel Golf & Spa, giving guests an extensive range of leisure activities. Together, there are eight restaurants offering an eclectic mix of international and Mauritian cuisine and include venues for more formal dining, as well as relaxed beach front snacks. There is a good selection of accommodation of all types, from Family Suites to luxurious Junior Suites and Beach Front Rooms.
The resort has a beautiful golf club, Golf du Chateau and an international championship golf course which is 18-hole par 72, with amazing views from every hole. With its ideal lagoon position, the conditions are perfect for a range of water sports, and guests can enjoy waterskiing, windsurfing, kayaking, pedal boat, glass bottom boat, snorkeling and sailing. Keen divers can take advantage of the PADI affiliated center at the Hotel and deep-sea fishing can also be arranged. There are six flood lit tennis courts and gym for those who'd rather stay on dry land, and a newly renovated spa for some extra pampering. The Bob Marlin kid's club welcomes children from three to 12 years old and organizes a range of age relevant daily activities.
Paradis is enhanced by typical Mauritian architecture and furnishings. The luxurious spacious rooms, suites, family suites and private villas are spread out along the inviting sands, giving guests views of the tranquil blue waters.
All rooms and suites include individually controlled air-conditioning, bathroom with bathtub, shower and W.C, minibar, hair dryer, safe, international direct dialling telephone, television with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi internet access, complimentary tea & coffee facilities.
The Deluxe Rooms overlook the lagoon and are located within the hotel gardens. The bedroom has a seating area, the en suite bathrooms have a walk-in wardrobe and they have a terrace or balcony. Some can be interconnected.
The Tropical Rooms are located within elegant two and three storey villas in the hotel gardens overlooking the ocean and the main beach area. They have a spacious and beautifully furnished bedroom, large bathroom and dressing room area, large terrace or balcony and some can interconnect.
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The Deluxe Beachfront Rooms are located within the hotel gardens, and have a bedroom with seating area, en suite bathroom with walk in wardrobe, terrace or balcony. Some rooms can interconnect.
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The Ocean Beachfront Rooms are located within the hotel gardens with a prime location close to the beach. They feature a spacious and beautifully furnished bedroom, large bathroom and dressing room area, large terrace or balcony and some can interconnect.
The sea facing Senior Suites are located on the ground and first floors close to the beach. They feature a large bedroom and living room with, large dressing room, huge bathroom with unique atrium style shower, guest WC, double width balcony or terrace. The upstairs suites have stairs from the balcony, giving access to the beach and gardens.
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The Ocean Beachfront Suites are located in a quiet location overlooking the sea. They feature a separate lounge area, enormous bathroom with luxurious whirlpool bath, double width balcony or terrace. First floor Suites have private stairs to the gardens and beach.
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For a superb Family Vacation in Mauritius, the Family Suites at Paradis have two large bedrooms, one perfectly tailored to children. They have an open plan seating area, two en suite bathrooms, two terraces or balconies (the terrace door from the children's room can be locked).
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Newly designed in 2016, the Ocean Beachfront Family Suites offer an ideal mix of privacy and space, with a private entrance connecting two separate ensuite rooms. Fantastic views over the lagoon at a quieter end of the resort, these are perfect for families with children of all ages.
The three bedroom Paradis Villas are fantastic if you are traveling in a larger group. These exclusive villas are located right on the beachfront. They feature three bathrooms, two of which have beautiful outdoor showers, fully equipped kitchen, utility room with laundry facilities, huge lounge with glass facade for ultimate sea views, outside, spacious terrace with day bed, couch and table for six. They have easy, safe access to beach where shallow bathing is ideal for children and non-swimmers. There is open air wooden decking with loungers and beach barbecue for al fresco cooking. Guests benefit from an exclusive valet service available to do shopping, cleaning and breakfast preparation, available early morning to mid afternoon. Chefs and waiters can be hired to cook and serve evening meals.
DVD player, iPod dock and coffee machine
Maximum Room Occupancy
6 people (4 adults and 2 teenagers, or 4 adults and 4 younger children)
This villa boasts the top category at the Paradis and has the same features as the Executive Villas but enjoys an extra master bedroom and bathroom, which is on a first floor level.
Children are most welcome at Paradis Hotel, and a mini club for children 3 to 12 years is located at the heart of the hotel, close to the main areas. The decor and atmosphere evoke the traditional Gaul village of Astérix, the famous character of the series of French comic strips. The mini-club has its own restaurant, TV, large play area, bouncy castle and no pool.
Babysitting services are available.
Kids under three years are accepted, provided they are accompanied by their parents or a baby-sitter employed by the hotel.
There are eight restaurants and bars to chose from at the resort. The Mini club cares for children from 3 to 12 years old with daily activities. The hotel has an 18 hole international golf course as well as a golf academy welcoming beginners and seasoned golfers alike. Other facilities include six floodlit tennis courts, an infirmary, sports center, Wi-Fi, departure lounge with showers and dressing rooms and 24 hour shuttle service between Paradis and Dinarobin, where guests can use the facilities.
Activities, most of which are complimentary, include: water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaks, pedal boats, glass bottom boat trips, snorkeling, sailing, gym, swimming pool, fitness center, sauna and steam, bicycle riding, bocciball, football,Volley-ball, table tennis, trekking and tennis (six floodlit courts).
Location & Directions
Le Morne Peninsula, West Coast, Mauritius
Paradis enjoys a superb location on the island’s South-western tip. Situated on the Morne Peninsula, the resort is set against the backdrop of the iconic Le Morne Mountain and edges onto one of the most scenic shorelines on the island.
When to go
Mauritius enjoys a typically tropical climate with year-round heat, although the southeast trade winds help it never to feel too muggy. The summer months are from December to April, when it can nevertheless be extremely humid, and the winter, such as it is, runs from May to November, and is cooler and drier.
The best months to visit Mauritius are May to early December. January and February, the peak cyclone months, are best avoided by water-sports enthusiasts and divers. Cyclones rarely hit Mauritius (although Rodrigues has suffered far more regularly than the mainland) but cyclones way out at sea can bring days of squally rain.
Coastal temperatures range between 25°C and 33°C in summer and between 18°C and 24°C in winter. On the plateau it will be some 5°C cooler. The highlands are also the wettest part of the island – it can rain here at any time of year, and even when it’s not raining the area can be cloaked in low-lying cloud. When the winds are at their strongest in July and August it can be blustery on the east coast, though the breeze brings welcome relief in summer.
Apart from the Christmas-New Year peak, Mauritius doesn’t really have high and low seasons. The situation is more dependent on outside factors (such as the French school vacations, which cause a big increase in demand and prices in August).