Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa
North Coast, Mauritius
The charming Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa is situated on the northern shores of Mauritius by Anse La Raie. Nestled in a tropical garden around a sheltered cove and beach, this small and intimate luxury boutique hotel is a romantic haven for couples.
At a Glance
Small, intimate hotel suitable for couples and honeymooners
Secluded white sandy beach sheltered by a rocky peninsula
Close to Grand Baie for shopping and restaurants
Nautical themed rooms with white wash walls and blue touches
The Club Lounge is accessible for those staying in Club Junior and Club Senior Suites
The location of the beach in the cove makes the beach very quiet and exclusive. This is unique for Mauritius as all beaches are public, but you will not find locals here
All rooms are seafacing
The two pools mean you are not surrounded by lots of guests, keeping its quiet and intimate atmosphere
Personalized service being a boutique hotel
Packing and Unpacking service
Dine Around is available in all the restaurants
Stay in a suite and enjoy the benefits of the club room; complimentary snacks and drinksAlice Moseley
Enjoy a sundowner at the Indigo Bar atop the cliffs for fantastic views over to the islands in the distanceScott Dunn team
Dotted throughout the resort are “Love Nests’, cabanas for two on a first come first served basisAna Albiol
The views from the Indigo bar at the top of the resort offer a spectacular view out to sea - ideal place for a sundowner!Jack Mace
Whilst all beaches in Mauritius are public the cove at the hotel make the beach inaccessible to outsiders resulting a small but private beach.Emma Mark
Reserve a table on one of the individual jetty's overlooking the water.Scott Dunn team
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Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa has stunning architecture, renovated and restyled in 2013. Located on a secluded white sandy beach sheltered by a rocky peninsula on the North coast of Mauritius, offering panoramic views over the ocean and five islets.
This romantic, luxury hotel boasts a tropical garden with bushes of multicolored hibiscus and fragrant frangipani. Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa offers a relaxed and traditional Mauritian atmosphere, and the in-house trained staff are dressed in saris and churidars, providing a discreet and personalized service that reinforces the feeling of being cocooned in an idyllic haven.
Paradise Cove has recently undergone a major refurbishment, with the emphasis very much on intimacy and luxury. There are 67 very comfortable air-conditioned rooms, all with balcony or terrace overlooking the lagoon. Their modern comfort blends harmoniously the indoors with the outdoors. The interiors are a calming nautical theme with white wash walls and blue touches.
The four excellent restaurants serve a mix of international, Mauritian and Creole food. There are also small huts for two built on stilts right on the beach amidst a coconut grove, ideal for couples wanting a romantic candlelit dinner to the sounds of the lapping waves of the cove. Perfect for a romantic setting.
A variety of complimentary water sports are available, including waterskiing, paddle boarding, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling and kayaking. Scuba diving, kite surfing, submarine safaris, surf casting, big and small game fishing and parasailing are also available at an additional cost. Land activities include biking, fitness activities, tennis and yoga.
There are also plenty of excursions on offer such as visits to the fisherman village of Cap Malheureux, bicycle tours, endemic garden visits, visits to Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, Pirogue trips to Ile d'Ambre, speedboat trips to Ile de Paul and Virginic, speedboat trips to Flat Island with lunch at the Governor's House, full day catamaran trips with a barbecue lunch, full day yacht trips, private cruises in a 12-seat catamaran with dedicated crew, and sunset cruises.
Paradise Cove Boutique Hotel has 67 rooms and suites, available in 4 different categories: Deluxe, Deluxe Premium, Club Junior Suite and Club Senior Suite.
The refined decoration and furniture, the materials and colors chosen endow the rooms with a soft and serene atmosphere, favouring comfort and intimacy.
All the rooms open on a terrace or a balcony fitted with a double armchair for real relaxing moments; they open up on the cove with its love nest sunbeds and the lagoon in the background.
These 50m² rooms are situated on the ground floor and on the first floor. They all open up on a terrace or a balcony. They offer a beautiful view on the garden and the white sand cove.
Situated on the first and second floor, these 50m² spacious rooms are comfortable and charming. Rooms also include a DVD player and Ipod docking station. The half board package includes a bottle of sparkling wine and a candlelight dinner on arrival
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Situated on the ground and first floors, the 60m2 Club Junior Suites offer intimacy, comfort and romanticism. Guests have access to the VIP Club Lounge/ The Club Junior Suite is equipped with a DVD player, a docking station for Ipod, and a Nespresso coffee machine.
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Spacious and comfortable, these 90m2 suites have a large inner and outer living space. The Club Senior Suites have access to the VIP Club Lounge. Suites have Wi-Fi, 2 flat TV screens, one of which is a 3D TV, a DVD player, a docking station for Ipod, and a Nespresso coffee machine.
The Paradise Cove Hotel & Spa is very much a destination for couples and only guests over the age of 18 years are welcomed.
Four restaurants and two bars including The Cove, Seafood restaurant where little dining huts for two are spaciously set out for maximum privacy, The Asian Fusion Restaurant and Indigo with incredible sea views.
The Dine around is available in all restaurants on a minimum of a 5 night stay.
The "Spa Cinq Mondes" offers a range of world rituals from Taoist Chinese massages to tropical aroma and flower baths and hamam. For more active guests there is the fitness center and two floodlit tennis courts along with a games room with billiards table. At The Paradise Cove Hotel and Spa there are two fresh water pools.
At the Paradise Cove Hotel and Spa, there are several complimentary activities including; water-skiing, glass bottom boat trips, snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing and laser dinghies, pedalos, kayaks. For guests interested in scuba diving, parasailing, submarine safari, deep sea fishing, and private cruises in 12-seater catamaran with dedicated crew there will be additional costs.
Location & Directions
North Coast, Mauritius
Paradise Cove Hotel and Spa is located on Northern shores of Mauritius, 60km from the airport and 5km to Grand Baie. The northern coast of Mauritius has an abundance of sheltered beaches and lagoons, making it an ideal tourist and watersports destination. Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean and is situated off the southeast coast of the African continent, just 900km east of Madagascar.
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).