Into The Blue! at Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa (adults Only)
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Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa, Mauritius, Poste Lafayette, Mauritius


Into The Blue!

Sep 1, 2018 - Sep 7, 2018

6 Nights at Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa (adults Only)

Mark Twain once wrote, 'Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius'. He was right.

€139 / Night

Superior Double

Adults 2
Check-in: Sep 1, 2018
Check-out: Sep 7, 2018
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Description :

Indulge in a sumptuous 4-star accommodation beside soothing sounds of the ocean. Each room greets you with minimalist design and eye-catching blue hues reminiscent of the Indian Ocean. Enjoy views of the gardens, mountains and ocean as you take advantage of thoughtful conveniences such as satellite television and Free high-speed, wireless Internet.

Situated in the main building, the Superior Garden Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling glass with large sliding doors to maximize the views. Each also includes a terrace or Juliette balcony allowing guests to bask in the perfect weather of the island from their rooms.

Room Amenities :

  • Hair dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • Air conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Minibar
  • LCD TV
  • Private bathroom


Accommodation in a cosy and delicate design room; 
Half-board meal;
Inroom tea and coffee facilities;
Pool acces;
Relaxing area with more than 100 sunbeds;
Access to three restaurants: Phi Restaurant, Aqua Beach Restaurant and Aqua Beach Bar;
Access to a large spa.

Mark Twain once wrote, 'Mauritius was made first and then heaven, heaven being copied after Mauritius'. He was right.

The tropical island, once a haunt for pirates, is now best known as a safe haven with luxury hotels on white sand beaches with volcanic mountain backdrops. It is an island for exploring, with Indian temples, colonial houses, botanical gardens, and opportunities to spot rare birds among soaring ebony trees, walk with lions or swim with dolphins. Mauritians, a fusion of French, Indian, Creole and Chinese peoples, are renowned for their hospitality and visitors to the islands generally rave about the service.

With its clear blue waters, white sandy beaches and tropical climate, Mauritius is often a go-to destination for honeymooners and affluent jet setters looking to unwind. But don't let the sparkling ocean and island vibes fool you, there is more to this tropical paradise than coconuts and days upon days of snorkeling. With plenty of history, culture and buzzing nightlife, those who travel to Mauritius will find there's more to do than while away the days on a sunbed.

Isolated and uninhabited for thousands of years, Mauritius has developed a unique flora and fauna – the most famous of which is the dodo, which helped put this speck in the Indian Ocean on the world map – and it remains one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots. The island is surrounded by the world’s third largest coral reef, which shelters a rich marine life, some of the rarest birds fly over ebony trees in the forested interior, and endemic species survive on offshore islands. 

  • Grand Bay was the first area of the island to fully experience the tourist boom. A shopping and leisure paradise, Grand Bay is also where Mauritians go when they want a fun-filled night out (restaurants, bars and discos). Recently renovated, La Cuvette beach is well worth a visit.
  • Pereybere — The wonderful Pereybere public beach is popular because of its shopping facilities, restaurants and pubs. This is one of the best beaches for swimming.
  • The Bazaar of Port-Louis — Literally translated as "The Market of Port Louis" — here you will find a variety of local snacks and tropical fruits, the cheapest food you will find in the capital city. Numerous shops sell well made traditional crafted objects such as the "goni" basket. 
  • Ile aux Cerfs — A paradise for water sports and has one of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius. You cannot afford to miss this tiny island, delicately poised on the ocean, a real pearl in the Mauritian landscape.  Boats depart regularly from Trou-d'Eau Douce village in the East which has some of the best seafood restaurants on the island. A variety of vessels serve the route including catamarans, yachts and "pirate-ships". 
  • Beaches— The eastern part of the island is known for its long sand bank beaches and famous hotels such as "The Coco Beach Hotel" and the 5-star "Le Touessrok".
  • Blue Bay — Bluest water and most amazing white sand beaches you will ever see... Take the trip across the island from Port Louis and see what this quiet place has to offer. Very busy with the locals on weekends. Try to go during the week. Glass bottom boats are an excellent outing. Part of Blue Bay has been designated a Marine Park, and the snorkeling trips by boat to this area, offered for sale on the main public beach, are well worth trying.
  • Deep sea fishing — Mauritius is ideally positioned for game-fishing. Depending on the time of year it is possible to catch blue or black marlin , sailfish , wahoo , yellow fin tuna , giant trevally , dogtooth tuna , bonito , dolphinfish, sharks and many more. 
  • Scuba diving — When you dive in Mauritius you can explore coral reefs, multi-colored marine life, ship wrecks dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries, or some ships sunk more recently which create beautiful artificial reefs. There are numerous dive sites strewn all around the island. One of the well-known and popular dive sites in Mauritius is the Cathedral, which is located off the Flic en Flac on the western coast of Mauritius.
  • Hiking and trekking — In Mauritius with breathtaking views of mountains, rivers, and forests. Enjoy a hiking trip through the fields, trekking on a zip line or on a bike, and discover this magnificent nature paradise Mauritius being a volcanic island has several breathtaking summits and valleys to explore on foot. 
  • Water ski — Water-skiing is one of the most popular water sports in Mauritius. You can enjoy water skiing along several of Mauritius’ coasts or in a few of the lakes. The best area for water skiing is considered to be the north area of the island, along the coasts, where the lagoon provides full protection from the big waves of the open sea and offers ideal water skiing conditions of very calm sea
  • Tamarind waterfalls — The Tamarind Falls (also known as Tamarin Falls) are a beautiful attraction of the southwest of Mauritius. These falls are awkward to reach, but no doubt, it's worth the effort. Tamarind Falls on the Interior portion of the island is an incredible string of about 7 waterfalls surrounds by green mountains and is tucked away beyond a sugar cane filled. 

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Beautifully situated on a gorgeous island in the Indian Ocean, the Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa, Mauritius offers a serene tropical getaway. This remarkable adult-only resort on the eastern shores of Mauritius features breathtaking vistas, while the sand and clear aquamarine waters lie just outside the door. Guests enjoy numerous beach activities as well as proximity to local attractions such as the Grand Bay tourist hub and Flacq market.

To further enhance your exotic beach vacation, this 4-star accommodation includes elegant interior design and modern amenities such as mini bars and Free high-speed, wireless Internet. Dining is also a pleasure with 3 on-site restaurants, perfect for celebrating special occasions over the finest local and international cuisine. When you’re not out enjoying the sand and saltwater, take advantage of relaxing services at the spa or take a dip in the lavish swimming pool. Additionally, Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa Hotel features a stylish conference room with gorgeous views, suitable for small functions of up to 16 delegates.

Enjoy a memorable dining experience while the sounds of calming waves and tropical birds play in the background. Start with an extraordinary breakfast, and then let the chefs at 3 on-site restaurants wow you with their delicious Mauritian cuisine and other foods inspired by recipes from around the globe.

Radisson Blu offers a variety of amenities to promote a stress-free vacation. Take advantage of conveniences like car rentals, One Touch Service and an experienced concierge team with a Yes I Can!SM attitude. The hotel also offers signature Radisson Blu services like Express Checkout or Grab & Run breakfast, perfect for guests rushing to an early engagement.

Services and activities include:

  • Aqua gym
  • Beach volleyball
  • Bicycle tours
  • Bocce ball
  • Car rental (at an extra cost)
  • Cocktail demonstration
  • Cooking classes
  • Fitness Centre
  • Glass-bottom boat
  • Kayaks
  • Pedalo boats
  • PADI DIVE (bookable via the hotel at an extra cost)
  • Swimming pool (heated up to 27 degrees during winter)
  • Spa

The Poste Lafayette resort is not only a visual utopia but is also convenient to attractions other than the beach. The island’s small size allows for easy access to almost any destination, and guests may use public bus transportation or reserve a private car. Explore Bras D’Eau National Park which is 10 minutes away, or watch the sunset from the volcanic crater Trou aux Cerfs. Visit the vibrant capital of Port Louis and shop at the popular Central Market located on the west side of the island. For guests flying to Mauritius, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Airport (SSR) is about an hour drive from the hotel on the southern part of the island.


Bras D’Eau National Park - 5 km
Riverside Shopping Complex - 8 km
Sky Dive - 9 km
Flacq market - 15 km
Ile aux Cerfs Island - 20 km
Pamplemousses Botanical garden - 15 km
Grand Bay tourist hub - 18 km
Port Louis - 30 km
Paul and Virginie monument at Poudre D’or - 15-minute drive

Radisson Blu Poste Lafayette Resort & Spa is exclusively for people 18 and older.

Hotel Reception

Check in : 02 PM
Check out : 12 PM

Hotel Amenities

Business Center
Wi-Fi Internet
Swimming Pool

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