The legendary hotel of Mauritius is opened after restoration
The fifth of November in the North-West coast of Mauritius will open a five-star Trou aux Biches.
Although the hotel is only rebuilt, Trou aux Biches is not a new hotel, rather updated. Trou aux Biches Mauritius belongs to the hotel chain Beachcomber Hotels and was built in 1979. For 30 years, this romantic place was perfect for couples and for honeymoon. Many hundreds of couples associate their joint happiness with Trou aux Biches.
In 2008 the hotel was completely demolished, but at the same place begun the construction of new buildings. Investment in a complete upgrade of the resort exceeded 100 million euros. But the result more than justified all the costs and expectations.
The room Fund of the new five-star hotel Trou aux Biches is 333 suites and private villas. All the comfortable rooms impress with elegance and special atmosphere of luxury and privacy. Based on the type of real Mauritian village of Trou aux Biches has a perfect infrastructure. The hotel imeetsya pools (including private pools in villas) with sea and fresh water, six restaurants, Spa-center Clarins. It offers a large number of sports entertainment: fully equipped gym, yoga and aerobics classes, tennis courts, diving, snorkeling, water Polo and other water sports. Visitors can take romantic boat trips on the hotel-owned boats and yachts.
For the youngest guests a kids ‘ club the Bob Marlin Miniclub and a restaurant with a special menu and great entertainment. But if visitors will be satiated with peace and tranquility, just 10 minutes drive from the main tourist area of Mauritius – Grand Bay (Grand Baie), with its many restaurants, clubs and nightlife.
The owners of Trou aux Biches has done everything possible to the time spent in their hotel, remembered by guests for years to come.
In addition to the Trou aux Biches hotel chain Beachcomber Hotels owns seven hotels in Mauritius and one in Seychelles. And in 2011 -2013 years, the planned opening of two new resorts Royal Palm Marrakech in Morocco and Domaine de Harmonie in Mauritius.