Constance Le Prince Maurice
Constance Le Prince Maurice has the only over-water bungalows in Mauritius. Every suite is sensational, from the stilted Junior Suites to the Senior Beach Suites with their own private pools. From its sunken marble baths to the floating restaurant in its own private lagoon, this hotel offers the ultimate in luxury Mauritius was named after Prince Maurice van Nassau, the pioneer of the spice trade in the Indian Ocean
Constance Le Prince Maurice has the only over-water bungalows in Mauritius. Every suite is sensational, from the stilted Junior Suites to the Senior Beach Suites with their own private pools. From its sunken marble baths to the floating restaurant in its own private lagoon, this hotel offers the ultimate in luxury
Mauritius was named after Prince Maurice van Nassau, the pioneer of the spice trade in the Indian Ocean
All suites are air-conditioned and equipped with hairdryer, minibar, TV with internal DVD channels, VCD player, stereo CD, telephone/answering machine, in-room safe, and out-going fax.
Free Sports & Leisure Facilities
- Hobby-cat sailing
- Snorkelling trips
- Glass-bottom boat excursions
- Laser Boats
- Pedalo trips
- 2 Floodlit, synthetic grass tennis
- Practice Putting
- Golf - Green fee free of charge at Legend and Links Golf Courses of Belle Mare Plage The Resort. (5 mins drive & free shuttle)
Paid for activities
- Scuba diving (PADI & CMAS) Link
- Catamaran cruises
- Kite Surfing
- Boat trips in the Barachois
- Deep Sea fishing
- "Le Boss" boat excursions
- Tennis, diving and Golf lessons
- Beauty treatments at L'Institut de Guerlain
- Hair dresser & beauty treatments
- Ayurvedic Treatments
- Body Doctor Fitness
Spa: Pamper yourself in Paradise!
Le Prince Maurice boasts a U Spa by Constance with Sisley Spa, offering the ultimate in relaxing treatments such as shiatsu massages and revitalising facials.
76 Junior Suites
In thatched buildings with a maximum of 8 suites. 68 on either the ground or first floors, and 8 on stilts on a natural fish reserve. Located:
- along the beach
- in a tropical garden facing the sea
- on stilts overlooking the fish reserve
12 Senior Suites
Individual villa type with thatched roof.
- 9 on ground floor level with a private swimming pool, and access to the beach
- 3 on stilts on the border of the natural fish reserve (without swimming pool)
- Comprising living room with dining/sitting area with adjacent shower and wc, walk-in closet, outdoor soaking bath, and terrace
Comprising one bedroom, indoor sitting area, terrace or balcony, bathroom with double vanities, separate shower, wc and bath. Junior suites with connecting corridors are available.
One Princely Suite
350m2, comprising two junior suites and one senior suite. Inside garden/patio, guests wc, mini kitchen for staff use, terrace/dining area, and two swimming pools. Located directly on the beach in a secluded part of the hotel grounds that offer utmost privacy.
Belle Mare Plage The Links
The two championship golf courses, The Legend & The Links are of international standard. Each 18 holes is a real challenge for professional and amateurs alike, recognised by the PGA and various other federations, these courses were conceived to annually host a number of international competitions including the Mauritius Open.
Opened in 2002 Constance Belle Mare Plage's second championship golf course within the resort. Designed by Rodney Wright and Peter Allis Challenging 18 hole golf course equipped with a practice fairway built according to USPGA specifications own Golf Academy with professional and qualified golf instructors coaching sessions available both individually and in group, free green fee for guest staying in Constance hotels.
"A friendlier course well I use the word “lightly” as doesn’t have the same amount of water in play but can be tricky and especially on the back 9! The course again is very well set up with more room for error of the tee boxes and which is great for the higher handicapped golfers. Also another difference is I find the greens can be very tricky and also makes you think of every approach shot from the fairways. It again is a lovely course maybe not as scenic as the legends and also not as flat! So always advisable to get a buggy." Stuart Thompson - Chaka Travel Mauritius Golf Specialist
Stuart's favourite hole: 10th
What a way to start the back 9! Tee off from an elevated box with out of bounds on the right and trees on the left it is very tricky drive and also on your second shot you have to content with the lake coming in from the left towards a very tight green!
Mark's favourite hole: 18th
A challenging par 4 that can quickly turn a close game on its head, I speak from experience having had to pay for drinks after putting one in the water. Not a long par 4 but definitely a treacherous one if the winds blowing!
Belle Mare Plage The Legend
Opened in 1994 Constance Belle Mare Plage's first championship golf course set along one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius Designed by South African champion Hugh Baiocchi 18 hole championship golf course laid in the heart of an indigenous forest Built according to USPGA specifications & Tif Dwarf grasses for perfection free green fee for guest staying in our hotels.
Teeing off at the par three 17th hole is a feast for the eyes and a test for the nerves. You are playing across the lagoon, but we have found that it is actually not a difficult as the green is fairly large, the sting in the tail is that the green is also tricky and a par score can be hard to achieve if you end up a long way from the hole. The course has a lot of water and thick scrub so take plenty of balls but having played it on many occasions we love this course. This is a walking course and buggies are optional and cost approx. £20 per person. Caddies are also available and cost around £3 to £5 for 18-holes.
"The course itself is a brilliant test of golf as you have to choose your club selection wisely from the tee box as most of the fairways can be a tight and not a big lot of room for error! Also to add to the challenge is “water” on nearly every hole to give it that full championship feel rather than just a holiday golf course that people may think it might be. It’s a fantastic walking course and very scenic with herds of deer quietly wandering the course." Stuart Thompson - Chaka Travel Mauritius Golf Specialist
Stuart's favourite hole: 4th
A fantastic par 5 with a tee shot that you have to work the ball from right to left as you have water on the right and left for the length of the hole, making the first 2 shots a challenge.
Mark's favourite hole: 18th
Having played the iconic 17th you end your round on the superb par 5 18th. Water to the right off the tee box means driving to the left of the fairway and having to lay up, a more aggressive line allows the bigger hitters to attack a larger very well protected green.
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