Bar & Restaurant - Swimming Pool - Weddings - Wellness - Kid's Corner - Car Rental - Mauritius

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Snack Bar
Located by the swimming pool, the snack bar of 40 covers is open from 7:30am till 11pm daily.

It offers light snacks and tropical cocktails during the day, happy hour, tropical cocktails.

Our buffet breakfast is served in the newly built restaurant (100 covers) in December 2004. Half board guests have a choice of a table d'hôte 3-course international menu or a buffet.

Our popular barbecue buffet is presented to you once a week, theme dinner buffet (Indian, Chinese & Creole) regularly.

Live music
is featured at least twice a week. A management cocktail is offered regularly to promote interaction among guests etc.

Sega show
(our Mauritian fokloric dance show) is programmed every fortnight.

Our prices are very reasonable and we believe to be competitve, whether be it in another hotel or in a restaurant / bar. Beer price is Rs. 75 (~£1.40).

As light meals, you have choice between toasted sandwiches, lots of salads, chips, omelette, fried rice, chicken chopsuey among others.

The 3 course set dinner daily menu is around €13 per person (children: ½ price). Those who reserve on half board (breakfast & dinner) will be glad to know that vegetarians and kiddies menu are available upon request. Dinner can also be served earlier for children.

A new 'A la Carte' menu has been prepared to start the 2005. Guests have the possibility to dine either near the pool side at the bar, in the main restaurant or right on the beach, feet in the sand !

Some popular A la Carte choices are

the prawn salad served with braised heartpalm
fresh lobster grilled and served on a Crustacean sauce
pan fried tiger prawns in a lemon butter sauce
red snapper fish on a bed of spinach and served with herbs & tea sauce
baked eggplant stuffed with crabmeat


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Choice of tropical cocktails
Tropical Fruit Buffet
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One of the many table settings which we can provide for you
Possibility of sitting at the pool side
Or under the shade

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Apart from our perfect location in Grand Bay, our bungalows of superior quality are serviced daily and have hotel facilities including a private beach, swimming pool, outdoor spa and a snack bar. All our accommodation have direct telephone, satellite television and modem point for internet access to a localnumber in Mauritius. We have a 24 hour security service both at our beach and at the entrance.

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Sega show at sunset

Once a week, a Mauritian Night is scheduled at our pool restaurant, starting at 7pm with a sega show and followed by a Mauritian Buffet dinner or BBQ dinner.

The séga song and dance in Mauritius are a soulful expression of feelings for many locals. When conditions of work for the African slaves during the 18th century were miserable, they could numb their unhappiness drinking the arrack (obtained from the sugarcane), sing and dance the night away to the rhythmic beats of the séga.

Today, times have changed but the séga has maintained its significance in our society. Many young aspiring and successful local singers (mostly descendants of the African slaves) have kept the tradition alive. They are putting into words, poignant messages of peace and love and sung in our mother tongue, Créole.

The traditional instruments used are guitar, the 'triangle', (a piece of iron rod made to the shape of a triangle) and the ravanne, which have small iron plates on the side, to add more interest. To ensure a better sound from the ravanne, the musician usually pre-heats the surface in the naked flame.

A very sexy dance, the séga involves a lot of hip movement and only the brightest and most colourful costumes are good enough to dance the séga. The skirts are long, ruffled and cut very wide to allow for the spinning movements.